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The interlocutor assured the media that not a single Ukrainian fighter entered the territory of Russia
The New York Times, citing an anonymous Ukrainian official, reported minor casualties among these units.
Units consisting of purely Russians allegedly “suffered losses” during the operation in the Belgorod region. However, this did not affect the combat capability of these military men. This was stated by the American edition of The New York Times, citing an “anonymous Ukrainian official.”
The interlocutor assured the media that not a single Ukrainian fighter entered Russian territory and added that “the Ukrainian military plays a predominantly auxiliary role, protecting the Ukrainian border in this area in case of a Russian counterattack.”
He added that the units involved in the operation allegedly suffered losses, but not so significant as to affect their combat effectiveness. He did not provide additional details.
The media did not explain how this official has access to such information.
Recall that the Russian Volunteer Corps (RDK) and the Legion of Freedom of Russia (LSR) launched an operation to liberate Russia from the regime of Vladimir Putin.
Ukrainian intelligence said that a “safety zone” was being created on Russian territory to protect Ukrainians.
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