The war brings new attacks to Russia in the Belgorod region on the border with Ukraine. The shelling that took place in the past hours resulted in at least two dead and six wounded. Since Friday, the number of victims has reached 7, and the affected areas are at least 4. Their yard at the time of the attack.
Platoon attacks and volunteers
He added that among the wounded were two children, a 13-year-old boy who was shot in the shoulder, and an 11-year-old girl who was hit by shrapnel in the eye. The actions are credited to the Russian Freedom Corps and the Russian Volunteer CorpsThe militia consists of elements opposed to Vladimir Putin, and is not an official part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The Legion was coordinated by former deputy Ilya Ponomarev, and is part of an international legion, made up of volunteers and run by Ukrainian soldiers. The Russian Volunteer Corps (RDK) is made up mostly of Russian speakers, some of whom are ultranationalists.
The targets of the attacks
Their raids have a dual purpose: Forcing Russia to deploy troops on the border, by throwing them out from other regions, and influencing the enemy’s morale, forcing them to fight on their own land. “It’s not about dying like heroes,” Legion spokesman Aleksey Baranovskiy told Ukrainian television. “The goal is to distract the Russian army from other directions, these are operations to gain experience in the field and to show in Russia that resistance is possible and must be supported,” he said.
American weapons and means of attack in Russia
The relationship with Kiev, most notably what was written by the Washington Post, quoting American sources. The pro-Ukrainian fighters, who staged a cross-border raid last week, used four tactical weapons offered to Ukraine by the United States and Poland, at least two of which were captured by Russian forces, and rifles provided by Belgium and the Czech Republic, and at least two. One AT-4 anti-tank weapon supplied to US forces and other Western countries.
The question inevitably arises as to the use of weapons provided to Kiev by non-compliant NATO and Kiev’s obligation to keep them safe. Three of the vehicles brought to Russia were supplied by the United States and the fourth by Poland. The raids were signed
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