Ukraine Forces Recapture Key Road Outside Kharkiv City

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Publish Date : 2022-03-30


Ukraine Forces Recapture Key Road Outside Kharkiv City

Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.

Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun working. The road was quiet Wednesday morning and machinery was working to clear the road of abandoned and destroyed vehicles. A resident of a nearby settlement came to recover his bullet riddled car, AFP journalists said.Mala Rogan, Ukraine: Ukrainian forces have pushed back Russian troops from a highway outside the country's second-largest city of Kharkiv, and were clearing away the burnt-out wreckage of cars, AFP journalists reported Wednesday. The gains by Kyiv's forces come after Moscow said it would focus its military efforts on capturing the eastern Donbas region of Ukraine, whose border is just south of Kharkiv. AFP journalists about four kilometres (three miles) east of Kharkiv saw abandoned civilian vehicles riddled with bullet holes strewn across multiple lanes of the highway and the corpses of Russian soldiers on an embankment next to the road. "The road was under fire from Russian forces who killed civilians. We pushed them back about 10 kilometres further north," a commander in the 92nd brigade of the Ukrainian army told AFP on the scene. "The road is now open, it is liberated," he said, adding that the area is currently being de-mined and municipal services have begun wor



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