Soldiers of the Steel Border ambushed a Russian column that was fleeing after an unsuccessful offensive in the Lyman-Kupiansk direction with Stuhna-P (an anti-tank guided missile that’s also called “Skif”). State Border Guard Service of Ukraine reported about it. 

“At least one armored vehicle was destroyed. The number of the adversary’s losses is being clarified,” their message says. 

A few days ago, the 5th Separate Slobozhanska Brigade captured a Russian soldier, S., from the 1307 regiment of the 6th Division of the Russian army. The man served less than a month before getting captured by the Ukrainian military. During the preliminary interrogation, the POW told Ukrainians that he was born in Saratov and had been in the war since the beginning of September 2023. His reason for joining the army was “money.” 

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