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Russian soldiers ridiculed by Ukraine for mess left behind in Izyum

A clip posted on Twitter has laid naked the mess left behind by Russian troopers in Izyum after they had been pushed out of the Ukrainian metropolis.

The Protection of Ukraine account shared the video as Kyiv continues to publicise its profitable counteroffensive within the Kharkiv area.

In response to Ukraine’s measure, Putin has introduced a mobilisation order for 300,000 Russian reserve fighters.

The Protection of Ukraine mentioned of the clip: “Neatness isn’t the most effective advantage of the russian army (sic).

“However like the traditional Sumerians, they keep on with their calendar. 08.09.22 – their final day in Izyum, for a few of them the final day of their lives.”

Within the video a voice may be heard saying in Ukrainian: “September 8, 2022.

“It was the final day when the russians (sic) had been right here, they ran away in a short time.

“That is the place they lived, right here they ate, right here they s**t.

“The second military of the world, superb. The town of Izyum.”

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A mass burial web site was exhumed and located to comprise the our bodies of 146 residents, together with two youngsters.

Most of the useless had been harmless civilians, with fears that they suffered torture and a violent loss of life.

The Kharkiv governor, Oleh Synehubov, mentioned: “There are our bodies with tied arms and traces of torture.

“The deceased had been additionally discovered to have explosive, shrapnel and stab wounds.”


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