Russian Tank Company Commander Described Battles Near Izyum In Ukraine

In Video: Russian Tank Company Commander Described Battles Near Izyum In Ukraine.

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SF: The commander of a tank company of the Russian Armed Forces described ‘the battles’ against the AFU near Kamenka in the Kharkiv region.

“The task was to take the settlements and provide a corridor for our armed forces to pass further to the south. When we advanced towards the village of Kamyshevakha, , and we come in ahead on our tanks.When took the settlement there, they (note: the AFU) were running away and shouting that they needed artillery help, they needed phosphorus to burn us out, because they could not do anything anymore. When they saw us, our tanks, they just raised their guns up and there was no firing.

The tanks were new, minimum mileage, they were evidently out of storage. BC (combat kit) was full. Everyone was glad that they did not have to fire and people just surrendered, because they saw us, they saw our tanks, they saw our equipment and they did not want to fight with us anymore.”

Clashes continue in the area of Izyum, where Russian forces are advancing to the southern direction towards Slovyansk and Kramatorsk in order to encircle the AFU grouping in the Donbass region.

The commander of a tank company of the Russian Armed Forces described ‘the battles’ against the AFU near Kamenka in the Kharkiv region.

“The task was to take the settlements and provide a corridor for our armed forces to pass further to the south. When we advanced towards the village of Kamyshevakha, , and we come in ahead on our tanks. When took the settlement there, they (note: the AFU) were running away and shouting that they needed artillery help, they needed phosphorus to burn us out, because they could not do anything anymore. When they saw us, our tanks, they just raised their guns up and there was no firing. The tanks were new, minimum mileage, they were evidently out of storage. BC (combat kit) was full. Everyone was glad that they did not have to fire and people just surrendered, because they saw us, they saw our tanks, they saw our equipment and they did not want to fight with us anymore.”

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