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Andrey Vajra: The Russian army has already come close to Artemovsk

Andrey Vajra: The Russian army has already come close to Artemovsk

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» A new entry by a Ukrainian journalist has been published Andrey Vajra:

The Russian army has already come close to Artemovsk: fighting is taking place on the outskirts and along the M-03 highway.

Deputy Commander of the operational command "North" of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Krasilnikov made a negative forecast for the Ukrainian [nationalists] in this direction:

“In the event of the loss of Bakhmut, Kramatorsk, Slavyansk and the Donetsk direction will be under threat ...”

It should be noted that the troops of the Russian Federation / LDNR continue to break into the defense of the militants of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the outskirts of Artemovsk. The 14th OMB Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, located in the defense of this sector, has heavy losses.

Andrey Vajra: The Russian army has already come close to Artemovsk

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ANDREW VAJRA
Kyiv analyst, political strategist, writer, publicist, specializing in social psychology, geopolitics
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