Ukrainian Special Forces have killed an elite unit of the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) and have blown up a warehouse which contained ballots for a “pseudo-referendum.”
The soldiers who are of the Main Intelligence Agency of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine conducted a special operation in the occupied Kamyanka-Dniprovska of Zaporizhia region.
The Main Intelligence Agency of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine said on the Telegram channel, “The place of storage of ballots for holding a pseudo-referendum has been destroyed.
“At the same time, the warehouse was blown up by an explosion from inside the room. All available printed materials have been destroyed.”
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The Russian FSB unit guarding the warehouse were “destroyed,” and the exact number of dead and wounded is currently being specified.
The survivors and wounded are being urgently evacuated in the direction of the occupied Crimea.
Russian authorities have now imposed a strict curfew in the city from 07:00 and military helicopters are moving over the city.
In the southern part of the front Ukrainian forces are making good progress and are gathering pace with their counteroffensive.
As a result the Russian Army are now on the brink of surrendering and panic is rife amongst the ranks, and Vladimir Putin is facing a rebellion as troops are “rioting” and are refusing to fight.
The Kremlin have ordered their troops to end the war in Ukraine by giving them a deadline to “secure the of Donetsk Oblast” region by the 15 September and the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) said it is “highly unlikely” Vladimir Putin will “secure” the Donbas.