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Russia is being hit with ‘the biggest attack’ since ‘Second World War’ by anti-Kremlin forces

14th Mar 24 3:03 pm

Russia is being hit with “the biggest attack” since the “Second World War” as wave after wave of Ukrainian drones are attacking targets inside the Russian Federation.

Anti-Kremlin forces are also attacking Russian positions in the two cities of Belgorod and Kursk Oblast and civilians are being urged to “evacuate,” yet the authorities are remaining silent.

On Tuesday a major oil refinery was on fire in Ryazan and military bases have also been targeted in Veronezh along with an FSB building in Belgorod.

Ukrainian media outlet The New Voice of Ukraine reported, that the attacks on Russia by volunteer forces is “the biggest attack on Russian soil since the Second World War.”

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A Russian Defence Minstry spokesman said, “During the past night and the morning of March 13, attempts by the Kyiv regime to carry out terrorist attacks using aircraft-type UAVs against targets on the territory of the Russian Federation were stopped.

“Air defence duty systems intercepted and destroyed 58 UAVs over the territories of Belgorod (11 UAVs), Bryansk (8 UAVs), Voronezh (29 UAVs), Kursk (8 UAVs), Leningrad (1 UAV), Ryazan (1 UAV).”

The Freedom of Russia Legion and the Siberian Battalion who are anti-Kremlin fighters have launched “massive attacks” against “Putin’s forces” in Belgorod and Kursk Oblast regions.

On Thursday the Russian National Guard are claiming that they are repelling an attack by “sabotage groups” near to the village of Tyotkino in Kursk Oblast.

The volunteer forces are conducting combat operations inside the Russian Federation after crossing the border on 12 March.

Roman Starovoit, Kursk Oblast governor, has said that fighting is ongoing with “Ukrainian saboteurs.”

According to Ukrainian intelligence the anti-Kremlin groups are Russian citizens who are part of Ukraine’s “security and defence forces” who are aiming to “march on Moscow.”

The Freedom of Russia Legion, the Siberian Battalion, and the Russian Volunteer Corps are calling on civilians to “evacuate immediately” and are urging them to “stop following criminal orders” from the Kremlin regime.

They said in a statement, “The liberation of Russian regions from (Russian President Vladimir) Putin’s terrorist regime is underway these minutes. Massive strikes are now being launched against Putin’s forces in the Belgorod and Kursk oblasts.”

“The operation to liberate the Kursk and Belgorod regions will continue until all aims are achieved,” they added.

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