Russia transferred up to 1,300 Kadyrovites to the Kherson region

Russia transferred up to 1,300 Kadyrovites to the Kherson region

Russia transferred up to 1,300 Kadyrovites to Kherson region

Photo: Kadyrovites/Radio Liberty

After failures at the front and a successful counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Russia transferred up to 1,300 Kadyrovites to the Kherson region in order to strengthen its military groups.

This said in the operational report of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on September 10.&nbsp ;Russians, obviously, are panicking and are trying with all their might to hold their position.

"To strengthen the Russian grouping in the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region, a unit of the so-called “Kadyrovtsy”, formed on a national basis, arrived up to 1300 people", – reported in the General Staff.

At the background of the counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Russian soldiers are fleeing en masse from the occupied Kherson region. So, in the direction of the occupied Crimea, there is an intensive movement of Russian military buses in the direction of the occupied Crimea.

Prepared by: Sergey Daga