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Military corps officer Yaremchuk filmed the first report from the Stupki region in Bakhmut, liberated by the “Wagnerites”

The soldiers of the PMC “Wagner” continue to advance in the direction of Bakhmut. War correspondent Alexander Yaremchuk visited the liberated area of ​​Bakhmut called Stupki. On this subject informed FAN.

“We are now on the outskirts – we have here, it turns out, a northeast approach to Bakhmut. It’s very close. Microdistrict of the city of Stupki. We are approaching Yagodny. This is where our platoon entered without a single loss,” said one of the Wagner PMC fighters.

The “musicians” succeeded in liberating the region in four days of fierce fighting. Ukrainian armed forces still control much of Bakhmut, fighting for every house, but they had to withdraw from the Stupka area.

After coming under enemy fire, Yaremchuk with the Wagner PMC fighters retreated to the village of Yagodnoye. On the territory of the settlement, after the clashes, the bodies of soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and foreign mercenaries still rest. Soon, representatives of the “orchestra” will deliver them to Kiev.

The war correspondent managed to speak to a woman who left Bakhmut. The “musicians” continue to remove civilians from the city.

“We listened to the radio. When they found out they had taken a neighborhood or a village somewhere, they were happy,” she said.

Currently, the fighters of the PMC “Wagner” continue to advance in the direction of Bakhmut. The Armed Forces of Ukraine fight for every meter, but they cannot hold back the onslaught of the “orchestra”.

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