Russian troops partially withdrawing from Kyiv region – General Staff

Russian troops partially withdrawing from Kyiv region – General Staff

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Russia continues to partially withdraw its troops from the north of Kyiv region towards the state border with the Republic of Belarus. The invaders also are removing the looted property.

The General Staff of Ukraine wrote this on Facebook, Ukrinform reports.

"The Russian troops continue to partially withdraw from the north of Kyiv region towards the state border with the Republic of Belarus. The convoys also include civilian vehicles (trucks, buses, minibuses, cars), which were stolen by Russian invaders during the temporary occupation of territories. In addition, the enemy is removing looted property," the report says.

In some areas temporarily occupied by the enemy, the invaders are trying to force entrepreneurs to switch to paying for goods and services in Russian rubles.

"The JFO units repulsed 7 enemy attacks in the Donetsk and Luhansk directions over the past day. Our soldiers destroyed 3 tanks, 2 armored personnel carriers, 2 vehicles and 2 artillery systems. An Orlan-10 UAV was also shot down," the General Staff said.

The General Staff noted that Ukraine's Defence Forces continue to successfully carry out their tasks, pursue the retreating enemy, break through the occupiers' defensive positions and gradually liberate Ukrainian lands.

The war with Russian invaders has been going on in Ukraine since February 24.

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