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Russia Ukraine War: Putin’s army wavered, Russian soldiers withdrew from this Ukrainian town

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Russian troops withdraw from the southern city of Kherson and its surroundings in Ukraine.
Zelensky said he pretended to walk away from Kherson to get caught in his lap.
The withdrawal of its army from Kherson is another blow for Russia.

Moscow. In the midst of the ongoing war for 8 months, Russia is slowly retreating. In this episode, the Russian army announced that it was withdrawing from the southern city of Kherson and its surroundings. This is seen as another humiliating blow for Russia in the eight-month fight. However, Ukrainian officials did not immediately confirm this decision. In recent days, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said the Russians were pretending to leave Kherson to implicate their scheme.

Zelensky called the attempt to persuade civilians to enter the Russian-held “battlefield” a “drama”. The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Army in Ukraine, General Sergei Surovikin, told Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Wednesday that it was impossible to supply various goods to Kherson and other parts of the West Bank. Shoigu then accepted his proposal to retreat and erect a line of defense on the east coast.

The withdrawal of its army from Kherson is another blow for Russia. It was the only provincial capital captured by Russian forces during the eight-month battle. General Sergei Surovikin informed Shoigu that it was no longer possible to supply the city of Kherson. Other than that, he said I understand it’s a very difficult decision. Let’s say that Kherson is one of the four major regions that the Putin government has announced to include Russia.

Volodymyr Zelensky on Monday night urged the international community to “force Russia to engage in genuine peace talks” and listed his terms and conditions for talks: return of all Ukrainian lands occupied from the war, compensation damages and the prosecution of war crimes.

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