Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov Claims To Take Komyshuvakha City From Ukrainian Troops

Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov Claims To Take Komyshuvakha City From Ukrainian Troops
Chechen Leader Ramzan Kadyrov

International Military - Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said the town of Komyshuvakha in the Luhansk People's Republic had been "liberated from Ukrainian occupation." Kadyrov shared pictures of the capture of the city on his official Telegram channel.

The image shows Chechen soldiers in the town of Komyshuvakha, a settlement in the Severodonetsk Raion district of the Luhansk Oblast region of eastern Ukraine.

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Kadyrov claims that the city is now in the hands of the pro-Russian army, the so-called Luhansk People's Republic (LPR), a breakaway state in eastern Ukraine recognized by Moscow but not by most of the international community. "The final stage in the liberation of Kamyshevakhi from armed nationalist formations has been completed," Kadyrov said.

"A lot of manpower and resources are allocated by Kyiv to maintain a strategically important settlement. Once again, they are dealing with the harsh reality, and to be more precise, with our fighters. No equipment or infantry can withstand the onslaught of allied forces," continued the statement. Kadyrov.

The news of the approaching Chechen special forces became a signal for Ukronazis to immediately withdraw. And even being a minority, our people inspire true horror in them, he added.

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At the same time, Chechen fighters treated the civilian population with understanding and sympathy. The grandmother in this photo, incidentally, survived the hostilities. Shortly after being found, he was immediately evacuated to a safer location where he will be provided with all appropriate assistance," Kadyrov said.

Russian troops invaded Ukraine on February 24 in what the Kremlin still calls a "special military operation." June 15 marked the 112th day of the invasion.

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported that between February 24 and June 15, Russia had lost 32,750 personnel, 1,440 tanks, 3,528 armored fighting vehicles, 722 artillery systems, 230 multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS), 97 anti-aircraft warfare systems, 213 combat aircraft, 179 helicopters, 2,485 motor vehicles and fuel tankers, 13 ships, 591 unmanned aerial vehicles, 55 units of special equipment. A total of 129 enemy cruise missiles were shot down.

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