Speed is now key to driving out the Russian “scumbags” and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has stated “we are no confident the occupiers will have no foothold on Ukrainian soil.”
The Russian army has faced a shocking defeat after Ukrainian forces have recaptured a village close to the city of Lysychansk.
Luhansk’s governor, Serhiy Haidai, said Ukraine’s armed forces are now in “complete control” of Bilohorivka.
He added, “It’s a suburb of Lysychansk. Soon we will drive these scumbags out of there with a broom.
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“Step by step, centimetre by centimetre, we will liberate our entire land from the invaders.”
Vladimir Putin has been rocked by the defeat and Ukrainian forces are now targetting Crimea.
Russia’s Black Sea fleet has relocated some of their submarines from the port of Sevastopol in Crimea to Novorossiysk in Krasnodor Krai, southern Russia.
In the latest intelligence briefing from the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) they said the relocation of the Black Sea fleet is most likely due to the recent change in the “local security threat level” as the Ukrainian’s have a long-range strike capability.
The MoD briefing said, “The command of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has almost certainly relocated its KILO-class submarines from their home port of Sevastopol in Crimea to Novorossiysk in Krasnodar Krai, southern Russia.
“This is highly likely due to the recent change in the local security threat level in the face of increased Ukrainian long-range strike capability.
“In the last two months, the fleet headquarters and its main naval aviation airfield have been attacked.
“Guaranteeing the Black Sea Fleet’s Crimea basing was likely one of Russian President Vladimir Putin’s motivations for annexing the peninsula in 2014.
“Base security has now been directly undermined by Russia’s continued aggression against Ukraine.”
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