The Russians leave a huge mess behind them. And the village is in ruins [GALERIA]

The Ukrainian counteroffensive continues. The Russians are leaving the occupied territories in panic, leaving behind a lot of damaged military equipment. The Russian remains are carefully documented by photojournalists.

The Russians are fleeing. But tons of Russian equipment remain in Ukraine

Recently, more and more information has emerged about Ukraine’s successful counteroffensive. The defense forces successfully attack the Russians and regain the occupied territories. The Russians are forced to evacuate quickly. During their escape, they leave behind not only traces of war crimes, but also a lot of military equipment, often completely destroyed.

In the gallery below you can see what the Russians are leaving behind.

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In the liberated village of Vysokopilla in the Kherson Oblast, all buildings were destroyed or looted

In the village of Vysokopilla, liberated from Russian occupation, in the Kherson region in southern Ukraine, almost all buildings were looted or destroyed as a result of gunfire, police said. Numerous facts of “theft of buildings, thefts of cars, motorbikes and bicycles” by the Russian military were discovered.

“There are practically no surviving buildings in the village – all of them are either destroyed by gunfire or robbed by the military of the aggressor’s country,” the police reported on Facebook.

As reported, 21 proceedings related to Russian war crimes in the Kherson Oblast were initiated in one day.

The Ukrinform agency also quotes the information published on Facebook of the district councilor that the Russians first stole cows from private farms and then shot the animals.


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