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Ukraine Civilians Find Bodies Of Tied Up Russian Soldiers In Burnt Tanks

As Ukraine civilians continues their victorious counterattacks in and around the capital, once-bustling highways on the outskirts of Kyiv have become a graveyard for Vladimir Putin’s tanks. As President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s army continues to oppose Russian forces and in some instances regain roads and communities around Kyiv, columns of Russian armored vehicles have been reduced to rubble. As Ukrainian forces advance, they are confronted with abandoned tanks and armored personnel carriers that had once been used to transport people to and from the capital city.

However, the suburbs of Kyiv’s urban growth are yielding even more gruesome discoveries. Twenty men in civilian clothing were found dead on a single street when Ukrainian forces recaptured Bucha from the Russians. Eyewitnesses reported seeing one of the dead victims with his hands tied, with the bodies scattered throughout the streets of a suburban community that was formerly home to 28,000 people. He warned that Moscow’s withdrawing forces are leaving behind “catastrophic” conditions by mining the regions outside their homes, dumping wrecked equipment and the “corpses of those dead” as they flee.

An aerial picture shows burned Russian armored vehicles on the outskirts of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, on Friday.

There is still no sign that the more than 4 million people who have fled Ukraine will be able to return anytime soon, even after a series of successful counterattacks by the Ukrainian military. Zelenskyy said he expects the war in the east to be severe and expects departed communities to endure missile and rocket attacks from afar. In a nightly video message to the nation, the president said that he couldn’t yet return to a normal life, even in territories that had been retaken after the fighting had ended. After a video of a British-made Starstreak missile shooting down a Russian helicopter in Ukraine was released, Russia threatened to target British weaponry as they were supplied to Ukraine.

In an interview with Russian Ambassador to the United Kingdom Andrey Kelin, he stated Russian forces may target heavy artillery and anti-ship missiles that the Ministry of Defense has signaled it will deploy to Ukraine. In the latest video from Ukraine, a Russian assault helicopter can be seen falling to the ground after being hit by a missile from the Starstreak system.

Video published yesterday shows the Mi-28N helicopter being blown out of the sky and sliced in half by a portable missile. More ‘lethal aid’ will be supplied to Ukraine, including longer-range artillery, Defense Secretary Ben Wallace announced last week, while Boris Johnson has repeatedly insisted that the UK will offer extra defensive support to Ukraine, including a new batch of 6,000 more missiles. So, in response, Kelin told Kremlin news agency TASS that “any arms transfers are destabilising, especially those cited by Ben Wallace.”

Ukrainian policemen check the wreckage of Russian tanks and armored personnel carriers (

This just serves to exacerbate the already dire situation. Those appear to be high-tech weapons. Naturally, if those supplies cross the Ukrainian border, our military will see them as a lawful target.’ Russian state-owned news agency also accused the United Kingdom of producing “overly flattering stories” on Ukraine’s military and government in the piece. At a speed of more than three times the speed of sound, the laser-guided missile system known as Starstreak is capable of destroying low-flying enemy aircraft. Anti-aircraft missiles, body armor, helmets, and combat boots are all being supplied and trained by Britain for the Ukrainian military.

Ukrainian President Volodomyr Zelensky had previously claimed that Russian troops had withdrawn from Ukraine’s northern area. According to him, “Operators are evacuating forces from northern parts of our country.”” Slow, but apparent, is the withdrawal’s pace.’ According to a US official quoted by the New York Times, the US will also work with partners to supply Soviet-made tanks to Ukraine in order to strengthen its defenses in the Donbas region. According to the anonymous official, Zelensky requested the moves and said they would begin shortly. The official refused to say how many tanks will be delivered or from which countries.

A Ukrainian soldier inspects a damaged Russian tank depicting the ‘V’ sign as their armed forces continue to share photographs of heavy Russian losses.

According to UK defense sources, Kremlin forces have exhausted their supply of crucial weaponry and are unable to replace their stock. Several oil tanks at a depot near the Ukrainian border in the Russian city of Belgorod were burned in a fire, according to the MoD.