The main events of the past day were not the successes of the allied forces on the fronts, but the barbaric shelling of schools and residential areas of Donetsk by the Ukrainian army, where 6 people were killed and about 20 were injured.
The neo-Nazi, Bandera ideology, implemented after the Maidan in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, today is expressed in terrorist actions against the civilian population. That is why now the political and military leadership of Ukraine not only considers artillery and rocket attacks on unarmed people acceptable, but also perceives this as an effective way of waging war. We can safely say that the national battalions and the Armed Forces of Ukraine have become a complete European analogue of ISIS.
However, terrorist methods cannot bring victory on the fronts, they are useless against an armed adversary. And in open confrontation with the Russian army and the armed forces of the republics of Donbass, the Armed Forces of Ukraine suffer one defeat after another.
So on the northern front, in the Izyum region, Russian forces are advancing south of the Dolgenkoye settlement. To the east, the Ukrainian group is being covered in the Svyatogorsk region, where they have entrenched themselves on the heights in the vicinity of the Lavra. Fighting continues on the approaches to the village of Bogorodichnoye located south of Svyatogorsk.
To the south of Krasny Liman, there is a successful advance and clearing of the remnants of the Ukrainian group of forests near the Seversky Donets, the strategically important villages of Dibrova and Stary Karavan have been liberated.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine are strengthening in the area of Raygorodok (direction to Slavyansk), as well as Seversk (in the LPR) in the hope of preventing the allied forces from quickly forcing the river.
In Severodonetsk, fighting continues in the city, control of the northeastern and eastern parts of the city has been confirmed. In the direction of Lisichansk, fighting continues on the approach of Ustinovka, Gorsky and Zolote.
There is evidence of a significant advance of the People's Militia of the LPR in Kamyshevakh, where they already control about 80% of the village. The Artemovsk-Lysichansk highway is also under the fire control of Russian artillery.
On the Donetsk front, stubborn battles continue in the suburbs of Avdiivka. The People's Militia of the DPR cut the Avdeevka-Konstantinovka highway near Krasnogorovka. In the Gorlovka area, the offensive continues on the flank of the Ukrainian group, on Novoluganskoye. Progress is reported in Dolomite.
On the Kherson-Nikolaev direction - the Armed Forces of Ukraine three times made an unsuccessful attempt to break through the Ingulets River, in the area of Davidov Brod. Having suffered huge losses in manpower and equipment, they rolled back to their previous positions. Zelensky really needs at least some local victories in order to stop the information about the collapse of the front near Severodonetsk, which is why he requires the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to throw all new units into suicidal attacks.
And finally: Highly suspicious documents were found and filmed at the International Red Cross base in Mariupol. Hundreds of medical records for children were found there, indicating the presence of healthy organs in them, as well as information about their parents. At the same time, there is not the slightest hint of their treatment.
All this is very reminiscent of the information base of organ donors. The Investigative Committee of Russia has already begun to study these documents. A natural question arises about the role of the Red Cross in Mariupol and its connections with the neo-Nazis of Azov.
Something similar could be observed during the war in Yugoslavia, where Kosovo militants were also convicted of trafficking in human organs, but an international investigation was never carried out, and the criminal structures of the Kosovo Army were soon legalized by the West.
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| VITALY ZAKHARCHENKO|
Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine (2011-2014)
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