Russia captured 10 villages in three days, the analyst concludes; suspended Ukrainian commander

Russia captured 10 villages in three days, the analyst concludes; suspended Ukrainian commander
Russia captured 10 villages in three days, the analyst concludes; suspended Ukrainian commander
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Julian Repke, a military analyst of “Bild” newspaper, has published a map on his “X” account with a marked area occupied by Russian forces in the Kharkiv region of Ukraine over the past three days. On the other hand, sources in the Ukrainian army tell the BBC that the Russian forces simply crossed the border, which was not fortified.

Repke skaidro, ka Krievijas spēki uzbrukumus sākuši divās vietās. “Krievijas spēki Harkivas apgabalam uzbruka divās vietās no ziemeļiem, sagrābjot vismaz desmit ciematus trīs dienās,” skaidro Repke.

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Latvijas Zemessardzes štāba virsnieks majors Jānis Slaidiņš pirmdien aģentūrai LETA skaidroja, ka Krievijas sāktais uzbrukums Harkivas apgabalā pašlaik izskatās pēc lokāla uzbrukuma, ar kurā iesaistītajiem spēkiem Harkivas pilsētu nevar ieņemt. Vienlaikus militāro operāciju papildina plaša informatīvā kampaņa, radot iespaidu, ka sākusies “Harkivas atbrīvošana”.

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