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Soldiers are constantly bombarded while heavy fighting continues in Donetsk


Soldiers are being bombed “constantly while heavy fighting continues in Donetsk,” says the Ukrainian governor, according to Sky News.

Heavy fighting continues in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, with the military “under constant bombardment,” the region’s governor said, according to epicnews.ro.

Soldiers bombed in Donetsk region near Lugansk and Lyman, two key cities in eastern Ukraine

Pavlo Kyrylenko said fighting was raging near Luhansk and Lyman, two cities in eastern Ukraine.

The Russians are trying to capture Lyman in order to continue their advance towards Sloviansk and Kramatorsk, the governor explained.

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Vladimir Putin became so personally involved in the war in Ukraine that he made operational and tactical decisions “at the level of a colonel or brigadier general”, following a model that led Hitler to disaster in World War II, Western military sources said. by The Guardian.

The Russian president is helping to determine the movement of forces in the Donbas, they added, as the invaders suffered a bloody defeat last week while repeatedly trying to cross a strategic river in eastern Ukraine.

The sources added that Putin is still working closely with General Valeri Gherasimov, the commander of the Russian armed forces, contrary to the statements made by Ukraine last week, according to which the military leader was shot dead.

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“We believe that Putin and Gerasimov are involved in making tactical decisions at a level that we would normally expect to be taken by a colonel or a brigadier general,” the military source said, according to g4media.ro.

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