Russian troops in southern Ukraine refuse to fight due to poor conditions – Baltic News Network

Ukraine’s Southern Operations Command reported on Monday 5 September that the 127th Regiment of Russia’s 1st Corps had refused to carry out the mission due to poor conditions, including lack of support and lack of water. Kyiv independence.

According to the Ukrainian military, a special unit of the Russian occupation forces took action against the personnel and dismissed them from their positions.

At the same time, the Ukrainian Armed Forces are making verifiable progress in the south and east of Ukraine.of War Research Institute reports that Ukrainian forces are advancing in several directions in western Kherson Oblast and have secured the area across the Sivelsky Donets River in Donetsk Oblast.

Experts say the pace of the Ukrainian counterattack will change daily as the Ukrainian military moves to disrupt Russia’s logistics and military capabilities.

Russia continues to suffer losses in southern Ukraine. The Southern Operations Command reports that on Sunday 4 September he killed 104 Russian soldiers and destroyed 6 tanks and her 26 armored and military vehicles. Ukrainian forces also destroyed an ammunition depot and floating bridge and attacked the southern control point and his two control and observation points.

Meanwhile, Russian forces shelled Sumy province 40 times on Sunday, September 4. Sumy governor Dmytro Zhyvytsky said the area around Znob-Novgorod was the hardest hit by the Russian attacks and that he heard 15 explosions during the day. Russia allegedly hit the area with mortars and destroyed the power grid.

Ukrainian forces liberated three settlements on Monday 4 September. President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video speech that his one village in Donetsk province and his two in the south were liberated. Earlier, authorities reported that Ukraine had liberated Vysokopilia in Kherson Oblast.

Energy Ministry: Over 600,000 Ukrainians remain without electricity. According to the ministry, 235,700 Ukrainians are also left without gas because of Russia’s war against Ukraine.

According to Ukraine’s ombudsman Dmytro Lubinets, Russia has illegally deported more than 7,000 Ukrainian children.

He said Russia was making it harder to return children and was even simplifying adoption laws. Only 51 children have been returned so far, he shared. said Rubinets.

Meanwhile, Russian officials said on Sunday, Sept. 4, that the situation around the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine was calm, but on Saturday UN inspectors said they had again lost external power, Britain said. newspaper reports. Guardian.

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) said in a statement that backup lines continued to feed the grid, but the last remaining main external transmission line had been cut off. Only one of the six reactors remained operational. Russian troops in southern Ukraine refuse to fight due to poor conditions – Baltic News Network

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