Friday, September 29

Moment when Ukrainian troops storm the Russian trench and shoot dead an enemy soldier

This is the dramatic moment when Ukrainian special forces infiltrated an enemy trench and shot dead an enemy soldier as he came around a corner.

Ten Russian soldiers were killed in the attack, which took place in southern Ukraine.

Footage from a soldier’s body camera shows how Russian troops barely had time to react before being “wiped out”.

The video shows how special forces dropped explosive devices and tactically waited at a junction in the trench system for enemy soldiers to pass so they could shoot them dead.

The footage was obtained on Monday from the Special Operations Forces (SSO) of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Special forces drop explosive devices and wait tactically at a junction in the trench system...

Special forces drop explosive devices and wait tactically at a junction in the trench system…

...the Russian soldier emerges from a corner in the trench, in southern Ukraine...

…the Russian soldier emerges from a corner in the trench, in southern Ukraine…

In a statement, the SSO said: “Ukrainian warriors infiltrated the enemy trenches from the rear in a southerly direction and eliminated 10 occupants.

‘In the south, while carrying out their mission, the operators of the Naval Special Operations Center managed to slip behind enemy lines. The combat group of SSO warriors took the enemy by surprise.

‘Some of the enemy soldiers, recovering from the unexpected attack, tried to resist. However, as seen in the video captured by one of our warriors, their efforts were in vain.

Russia invaded Ukraine on February 24 last year, in what the Kremlin continues to call a “special military operation.” Today marks day 481 of the full-scale war.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that between February 24, 2022 and June 15, 2023, Russia had lost about 220,450 personnel, 3,989 tanks, 7,735 armored fighting vehicles, 3,865 artillery units, 610 multiple launch rocket systems, 370 air defense systems, 314 warplanes, 305 helicopters, 3,383 drones, 1,211 cruise missiles, 18 warships, 6,613 motor vehicles and tankers, and 526 units of special equipment.

Russia has claimed its casualties have been much lower, but provides infrequent updates on its latest figures.

Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Hanna Maliar said on Monday that the Tavria strategic-operational group liberated eight settlements near Berdyansk and Melitopol last week.

He named the settlements as Novodarivka, Levadne, Storozheve, Makarivka, Blagodatne, Lobkove, Neskuchne and Piatykhatky.

Maliar added that the Ukrainian army advanced more than four miles into enemy territory during the offensive.

Hostilities around Bakhmut have reduced in intensity. However, last week there were still more than 40 clashes there.

Also, last week, the Ukrainian military reportedly captured more than 80 Russian fighters.

The Russian military has carried out 59 airstrikes and more than 100 rocket attacks against Ukrainian military positions and residential areas in the past 24 hours.

This is according to the spokesman of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Andrii Kovalev, who revealed that more than 20 residential buildings and a school had been destroyed or damaged.

...body camera footage captured by an SSO member shows the Russian soldier being shot dead

…body camera footage captured by an SSO member shows the Russian soldier being shot dead

A statement says that the combat group of SSO warriors

A statement says that the battle group of SSO warriors “took the enemy by surprise”

Kovalev added that the Russians continue to focus their efforts on Lymansky, Bakhmutsky, Avdiyivskyi and Marinsky, where there have been 24 clashes in the last 24 hours.

The UN has engaged with the Ukrainian and Russian governments on the effective delivery of humanitarian aid to those affected by the destruction of the Kakhovka dam.

According to the head of the UN in Ukraine, Denise Brown, the Russian government has repeatedly rejected the organization’s request to access areas of Ukraine under Russian control.

The UN has said: ‘We urge the Russian authorities to act in accordance with their obligations under international humanitarian law.

‘Help cannot be denied to people who need it. The UN will continue to do everything possible to reach all people, including those suffering as a result of the recent destruction of the dam, who urgently need life-saving assistance, no matter where they are.”

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Sunday that “Russia will lose the occupied territories. There is not and there will be no alternative to our steps towards unemployment.’

He added: ‘I am grateful to everyone now in combat, in positions and at combat posts! Thanks to everyone who helps!’

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