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Russia is moving part of its troops to Belarus - the General Staff

Sunday, 27 March 2022, 13:23
Russia is moving part of its troops to Belarus - the General Staff

VALENTYNA ROMANENKO — SUNDAY, MARCH 27, 2022, 13:23

Russia continues to move its troops to Belarus to rotate, strengthen and replenish supplies.

Source: daily summary of the General Staff

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Quote: "The movement of Russian units continues to the territory of Belarus. These measures are taken to rotate units that have suffered significant losses, strengthen existing groups, replenish food, fuel and ammunition and evacuate wounded and sick soldiers. Some of the units of the Armed Forces of Belarus continue to be a their drill grounds. "

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In Polissia (the north part of Ukraine), the Russian occupying forces continue to hold on to captured territories, carrying out artillery shelling and aircraft fire. They are also preparing for the rotation of units. 

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In the Siverskyi direction (the north part of Ukraine), the Russian army is continuing to blockade Slavutych, and is trying to take control of Chernihiv. In the Lukianivka and Rudnytske districts, the aggressors withdrew after suffering casualties.

In the Slobozhanskyi direction (the northeastern part of Ukraine), the Russian army is trying to regroup soldiers in the Sumy region. Near Kharkiv, they have been focusing their efforts on replenishing their troops after recent losses. In the Sloviansk area, the aggressors are improving the engineering equipment of the occupied positions. The Ukrainian Defence Forces have restored control over the settlements of Trostyanets and Husarivka.

In the Donetsk direction (the east of Ukraine), Russian occupying forces are trying to capture Popasna, Rubizhne, Sieverodonetsk and Mariupol. They have had no success. They have also failed to attack Krasnohorivka. They suffered losses and left.

In the Tavriiskyi operational area (south of Ukraine), the aggressors continue to fight against centres of resistance in the temporarily occupied territory.

In general, the Russian army continues to conduct full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine, and Ukrainian soldiers continue to effectively resist the Russian invaders: they are repelling occupants’ attacks and liberating the temporarily occupied territories step by step.

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