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Russia capture’s Kharkiv Oblast village at a cost of more than 7,000 of their troops

by LLB political Reporter
21st Jan 24 2:12 pm

Russia has captured the Krokhmalne village in Kharkiv Oblast that has cost Moscow 7,055 troops on the front in January in the Khortytsia zone.

Ukrainian Ground Forces Command spokesperson Volodymyr Fityo was quoted by Hromadske on Sunday as saying, that

Russia’s capture of the village is a “temporary phenomenon.”

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During a live broadcast Fityo said, “We simply don’t report on the repulse of 100-200 meters, and for Russian propagandists, any victory must be presented to explain why they lost 7,055 soldiers at the front in the Khortytsia zone of responsibility in January alone.”

Fityo said that daily the frontlines move and the village of Krokhmalne in the Khortytsia zone only has only “five houses,” which has “no strategic importance.”

The Russian Defence Ministry said on Sunday that “The village of Krakhmalnoye in the Kharkiv region was liberated,” which was a “successful active operations.”

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