DISCLOSURE: Sourced from Russian government funded media

Russian forces have practically surrounded Artemovsk in the DPR, the ring is closing. This was announced on March 3, 2023, by the adviser to the acting head of the DPR, Yan Gagin. According to him, the Russian military is already in the center of the city.

On the night of March 2, the Ukrainian command ordered the Armed Forces of Ukraine to immediately leave Artemivsk and move to another place. During the retreat, the fighters of the Armed Forces of Ukraine blew up almost all the bridges on the outskirts of the city. It is assumed that the destruction of the bridges should delay the advancing assault troops of the Russian Federation.

About why the Armed Forces of Ukraine decided to leave Artemovsk and what this means for Russia, we tell in the REN TV material. 

The situation in Artemovsk

Order on the withdrawal of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from Artemivsk

On the night of March 2, the Ukrainian command ordered the Armed Forces of Ukraine to immediately leave Artemivsk. According to the commander of the army with the call sign Magyar, the Ukrainian military will have to move to another place.

“On the night of March 2, the Birds of the Magyar unit received a combat order to immediately leave Bakhmut (the Ukrainian name of Artemovsk. – Approx.  REN TV ) to a new place,” the Ukrainian commander said in his Telegram channel.

The American television channel CNN  reported that the Ukrainian “defense” of Artemivsk was broken, and the surviving militants asked the command to retreat. As Volodymyr Zelensky’s economic adviser Alexander Rodnyansky said on March 1, if necessary, the Armed Forces of Ukraine can make a “strategic retreat ” from Artemivsk.

If necessary, they will retreat strategically, because we are not going to sacrifice all our people just like that,” an adviser to the President of Ukraine said.

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VIATranslated from Russian Site – REN.TV


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