Arestovich spoke about the “night of Ukrainian artillery” (video)

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have shot down the offensive potential of the Russian invaders.

Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook.
Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Facebook.

Tonight was the “night of the Ukrainian artillery” – the Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted a number of well-aimed blows on the “fiery corridor” from the Izyum direction to Popasnaya.

Aleksey Arestovich, adviser to the head of the President’s Office, told about this in a conversation with Russian human rights activist Mark Feigin.

“Tonight, the Armed Forces of Ukraine inflicted a number of very good, hard and well-aimed blows along this fiery corridor from the Izyum direction to Popasna. There was a night of Ukrainian artillery. And it worked very well,” Arestovich said.

Thus, the Ukrainian servicemen brought down the offensive potential of the Russian invaders.

“This means that they shot down the offensive potential (occupiers) and … Previously, the brave Russian troops received kumpol and still continued the offensive, but this time they did not go anywhere and even retreated in the north of the Kharkiv region,” the adviser to the head of the President’s Office noted . 

https://t.me/uniannet/59127

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. I think, it’s safe to assume, that the entire globe has been aware of the fighting capabilities of the Ukrainian men and women under arms. But, what is often overlooked is the very capable general staff that makes such successes possible as described in the article and in the way the Ukrainians have achieved good results and even victory in other combat zones.

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