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Russia ‘evacuates’ hundreds of residents from Belgorod amid a Ukrainian ‘special operations’

by LLB political Reporter
8th Jan 24 10:54 am

Russian authorities have “evacuated” hundreds of residents from the city Belgorod as there has been growing strikes by Ukraine.

On Monday the Belgorod region governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said that around 300 people have been “evacuated” and the authorities received 1,300 request to move children to “school camps” elsewhere.

The Kyiv Post reported that the Kremlin have been attempting to keep some form of normalcy on the home front, but Ukrainian strikes has bought the war directly into Russia, according to AFP.

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Gladkov said in a video on Telegram, “Some 300 residents of Belgorod, who decided to temporarily evacuate, are at the moment being housed in temporary shelter centers in Stary Oskol, Gubkin and the Korochansky district.”

“Over the past 24 hours we received 1,300 requests to send Belgorod children to school camps away from the city, in other regions,” he added.

On Sunday the Main Directorate of Intelligence said that they had destroyed two Pantsir-S1 surfacepto-air-missile sites, valued at $15 million each.

In a post on social media, HUR said, “On January 6, 2024, another special operation… took place, aimed at weakening the aggressor state of Russia.

“As part of a complex mission implemented with the assistance of the United24 platform, the operators of ‘Group 999’ of the HUR of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine struck the positions of the Russian air defence in the territory of the Belgorod region.

“As a result of fire damage, 2 Russian anti-aircraft missile-gun complexes Pantsir-S1 were disabled.”

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