According to Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov, For the second day in Tokmak, the occupiers organize a “disco”, which means explosions occur in the city center. Ukrainska Pravda confirms that “residents reported hearing a strong explosion in all areas.”
Tokmak is an important logistical point. Capturing this city in the Zaporizhzhya region will be crucial to the success of the Ukrainian counteroffensive, because it will allow it to attack the supply routes linking Russia to the annexed Crimea.
The situation in this city is very difficult. Local residents are still suffering from the actions of the Russian occupation forces, which commit mass thefts. The Russians have no scruples. The occupiers force civilians to give them their pets, food and canned food.
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However, Vladimir Putin’s army is very concerned about its fate in this region. In recent days, the illegal Russian “passport office” as well as officers were evacuated from Tokmak to Melitopol Federal Security Service And part of the occupation administration.
This does not mean that the Ukrainian army wants to launch a direct attack in this region. They want to “incite action” and “overrun” the Russian defense without incurring heavy casualties. Such a measure costs the Russians dearly, while it costs the Ukrainians relatively little. Reserve forces lieutenant colonel Maciej Korowaj told Wirtualna Polska that the Russians are suffering losses in supplies, and are revealing their locations and marching routes for soldiers.
Ukraine appeals to the residents of Crimea
Ukrainian attacks on Russian targets in Crimea continue. Yesterday, the Ukrainians attacked the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol. Explosions were heard in the city on Saturday as well. This time, as Russian military bloggers admit, the Ukrainians were scheduled to attack the port of Sevastopol.
Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina VereshchukThe Minister of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories appealed to his citizens living in the Russian-occupied Crimean Peninsula to leave the peninsula.
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