In Ukraine, the commander of a platoon of snipers of the Russian Federation was liquidated: Stirlitz published a photo

In our country, two senior lieutenants of the occupation troops were destroyed, an officer of the Armed Forces of Ukraine shared.

In Ukraine liquidated the commander of a platoon of Russian snipers, said "Stirlitz" / photo REUTERS
In Ukraine liquidated the commander of a platoon of Russian snipers, said “Stirlitz” / photo REUTERS

In Ukraine, the commander of a platoon of snipers of the army of the Russian Federation, Ivan Dyakov, was destroyed.

The liquidated occupant had the rank of senior lieutenant, Ukrainian army officer Anatoliy Shtefan (call sign Stirlitz) shared on his Telegram channel.

“… Ivan Dyakov took a step of good will – officially denazified and demilitarized,” he said.play video

Ivan Dyakov was liquidated in Ukraine, Stirlitz shared / photo t.me/a_shtirlitz
Ivan Dyakov was liquidated in Ukraine, Stirlitz shared / photo t.me/a_shtirlitz

According to him, Starley Artem Lapin was also liquidated in our country.

Artem Lapin was destroyed in Ukraine, Stirlitz reported / photo t.me/a_shtirlitz
Artem Lapin was destroyed in Ukraine, Stirlitz reported / photo t.me/a_shtirlitz

Recall that  Russian troops invaded Ukraine early in the morning on February 24 . Moscow called the actions of its forces on Ukrainian soil a “special operation” for the “demilitarization” and “denazification” of the Ukrainian state.

Enemies attacked military and civilian facilities, only in Mariupol, Donetsk region, more than 20 thousand people were killed.

The defenders of Ukraine gave a worthy rebuff to the enemy. According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine,  as of July 17, about 38,300 enemies were liquidated on our land .

(C)UNIAN 2022

2 comments

  1. Not so fun for orcs when people shoot back. Wipe out their buddies and maybe repair crews can do some power restoration again. Slava Ukraini!!!

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