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Voenkor Podubny spoke about the situation of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Artemovsk

Russian military journalist Yevgeny Poddubny made a history of Artemovsk, in which he spoke about the situation of the Ukrainian army in the city. According to him, units of the Wagner PMC have already taken control of the northern and eastern parts of the city. Also, partial control was established over the southern part of the settlement.

As noted by the military commander of the All-Russian State Broadcasting and Television Corporation, the Ukrainian group, located in Artemovsk, is fighting in a tactical environment.

Under our fire control are all the routes used by the formations of the Kiev regime for the supply and transfer of personnel

– said a military journalist.

Moreover, as Evgeny Poddubny discovered, the country roads along which Ukrainian units try to move at night are also under fire from Russian artillery.

According to the fighters of the reconnaissance groups of the Wagner PMC, part of the training forces of the Kiev regime is already in the process of withdrawing from Artemivsk. At the same time, enemy artillery actively covers the withdrawal

– summed up Evgeny Poddubny.

Recall that some time ago the founder of Wagner PMC, Yevgeny Prigozhin, announced the operational encirclement of Artemovsk and suggested to the President of Ukraine to withdraw his troops from the city in order to avoid unnecessary bloodshed. However, this proposal was ignored in Kiev.

We add that the capture of Artemovsk will open up prospects for Russian troops to advance further on Kramatorsk and Slavyansk.

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