January 28, 2023


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Cywile w miastach na wschodzie Ukrainy są kolejnym celem rzeźników z Buczy. O rosyjskiej próbie rozpoczęcia nowej krwawej ofensywy w Donbasie mówił w nocy prezydent Wołodymyr Zełenski.

Butchers from Bokza on their way to the cities of eastern Ukraine. “Get out!”

Civilians in the cities of eastern Ukraine are another target of the Bokza thugs. President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke at night about the Russian attempt to launch a new bloody offensive in the Donbass.

Mass graves discovered and reports of women being raped 1,600 Russian soldiers from the 64th Mechanized Brigade have been charged with war crimes. The latest reports from the front now prove it Butchers from Bokza on their way to new cities in eastern Ukraine.

And Ukrainian intelligence warned that “those who committed the genocide in Bokza may repeat it in other cities.” It is not excluded that the transfer of soldiers to the eastern front is aimed at eliminating unsuitable witnesses and perpetrators of the massacre of civilians in Bokza.

NATO sources warn of a “frightened” and “barbaric” attack.

Serhiy Hedag, head of the Luhansk region authorities, thinks so Russian forces will begin the offensive in 3-4 days and there may be a greater massacre than in Bokza, Mariupol or Irben.

“We are witnessing a steady influx of new troops, equipment and personnel,” he said, adding that Ukrainian defenders are ready to meet uninvited guests in the Luhansk region.

In turn, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Wereszczuk It called on residents of Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk regions to evacuate. She appealed to “run as long as possible.”

The BBC’s Jonathan Beale in Lugansk reported seeing with his own eyes the long lines of cars in which residents were trying to get to the west. He describes the streets as deserted.

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Serhi Hidag stated that 30,000 people have fled the area since the February start of the Russian invasion. There are pictures online of a crowd of people walking around the train station in Kramatorsk to board the trains. The city was already scheduled to leave 8000 residents.

“The evacuation echoes the explosions. The cities of Lugansk are destroyed, but thousands of people are still in them. Run away now!” Sarhi Hajjaj wrote on Facebook.