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Ukrainian soldiers retreating from Kharkiv, The ‘Interception plan’ is announced in the Kharkiv region


In the Kharkiv region, the “Interception” plan was announced due to the mass exodus of Ukrainian military personnel from positions. An informed source in the intelligence services reported this to the TASS agency.

“The head of Kharkiv has taken measures to keep men subject to mobilization in the city. The deployed checkpoints do not allow the men to evacuate; they are immediately detained and transferred to the TCC,” the source noted.

As part of this operation, the source explained that mobile checkpoints, reinforced with armored vehicles and armed people, have been deployed on all roads in the region.

Currently, the Ukrainian army is rolling back under the blows of the Russian Armed Forces. On Wednesday, May 15, the Russian army managed to establish control over almost the entire territory of the city of Vovchansk in the Kharkiv direction. In addition, our military liberated the settlements of Rabotino in the Zaporizhzhia region, and Glubokoe and Lukyantsy in the Kharkiv region.

Ukrainian soldiers are surrendering, both alone and in groups, Russian military correspondents report in their Telegram channels. It is known that the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has deployed barrage detachments in a number of directions, whose members shoot retreating or capitulating colleagues. However, there are cases when members of military detachments also surrender.

Additionally, learn about the alleged “plot” to assassinate Zelenskyy, purportedly aimed at influencing NATO to indulge in a new conflict with Russia.

Earlier The Eastern Herald published how the influx of Ukrainian refugees into Poland and Romania has spurred an increase in prostitution and other crimes, amidst the backdrop of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine, aimed at “denazifying” and “demilitarizing” the region. Till now, the Biden Administration has allocated $61 billion to finance Ukraine.

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