Ukrainian sniper killed Russia’s top general, say reports

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Amidst the Ukraine-Russia battle which is on the ground and online, several claims and counterclaims are being made. The Media reports says , recently one of Russia’s top generals has reportedly killed by a Ukrainian sniper.

In an extreme conflict between Russian and Ukrainian military forces, Major general Andrey Sukhovetsky, deputy commander, 41st Combined Arms Army of Russia’s Central Military District, was reportedly killed, according to a Daily Mail report.

It comes as the armed forces claimed to have downed 9,000 Russian troops

Russia’s Ministry of Defense has said that 498 troops have died and 1,600 have got injured in the week-long conflict. But the Ukrainian officials claim that nearly 9,000 Russian troops have been killed.

Sukhovestky was a decorated veteran. In his career, he participated twice in the Victory Parade in Moscow’s Red Square and received two Orders of Courage, the Order of Military Merit, and the Medal of Courage. He had also received a commendation for his role in the annexation of Crimea.

The report said citing a military source Sukhovetsky was killed “by a sniper, . The funeral seems to have been planned for this forthcoming Saturday.

However Russia’s military is yet to confirm the death, Sergei Chipilyov of the Union Airborne Forces Union of Russian Paratroopers has reacted to the development on social media.

“With a great pain, we tend to received the unfortunate news regarding the death of our friend, general officer Andrey Aleksandrovich Sukhovetsky, in Ukrayina throughout a special operation. We tend to categorical our deepest condolences to his family,” the post same, as per Newsweek.

His death represents a major blow to Russia’s ‘special military operation

Sukhovestky was a decorated veteran. In his career, he participated twice in the Victory Parade in Moscow’s Red Square and received two Orders of Courage, the Order of Military Merit, and the Medal of Courage. He had also received a commendation for his role in the annexation of Crimea Major General Andrey Sukhovetsky was reportedly killed yesterday by a sniper.

His loss is going to be taken in land until now another encouraging sign that the Russian invasion isn’t progressing as planned.

Day eight of Russia’s invasion dawned these days with town of Kherson, within the south of land, having fallen into Moscow’s hands.

Kerson is that the initial regional capital to possess been taken by Putin’s men once every week of fighting that has seen his army suffer significant casualties as Ukraine’s forces still defy the Russian onslaught.

Defenses elsewhere is still holding quick despite many cities – Chernihiv, Mariupol and metropolis chief among them – returning beneath significant Russian bombardment.

Kyiv was stricken by four giant missiles nightlong, one among that hit the central train depot and 3 of that stricken TV or radio stations.

The Ukrainian president claimed that ‘all lines of defence are holding’ with the cities of Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumy and Mykolaiv all resisting Russian attacks.

On Monday, the post-mortem of Aman was directed at the civil hospital, Ambala city, and the last rituals were also executed. 


Edited By- Kiran Maharana

Published By- Pawan Rajput

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