Riot erupts in Russian unit in southern Ukraine over poor supplies

Riot erupts in Russian unit in southern Ukraine over poor supplies

Ukrinform
Soldiers with the 127th regiment of the 1st army corps, deployed in the southern part of Ukraine, a riot was recorded over major issues with frontline supplies as the unit even has no water available for its servicemen.

This is reported by Ukrinform with reference to Ukraine’s Operational Command South.

According to available data, Russian soldiers set up a riot by collectively refusing to further participate in hostilities, but the occupying forces’ special services took measures against the rioters and took them out of the unit positions.

As indicated by the Operational Command South, the situation in the South Buh operational zone remains tense and dynamic, while under the control of Ukraine’s Defense Forces.

Read also: Southern frontlines: Ukraine forces destroy Russian ammo depot, pontoon crossing

Positional battles are now underway aimed to improve front-line positions. Ukraine’s primary target is the enemy command system and supply routes. Russian forces continue to resist the Ukrainian offensive, although many are demoralized to a certain extent.

Meanwhile, a Russian naval group in the Black Sea continues to threaten missile strikes from two missile carriers, with a total salvo of 16 Kalibr missiles.

"Taking into account all the threats and risks that the regional escalation carries, OC South once again calls on people not to ignore air raid sirens and follow the emergency protocol," the statement says.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, on Sunday, September 4, the Ukrainian military eliminated 104 occupiers, destroying six main battle tanks, nine howitzers, an ammunition depot, and a pontoon crossing near the village of Lvove.

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