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Russian Armed Forces Have Pulled Back From A Key Position!

Defense authorities have told the press that Russian forces have left Snake Island in the Black Sea, providing Ukraine a success that would alleviate Russia’s blockade on Ukrainian ports.

Andriy Yermak, the head of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy’s workplace, published on Twitter, “KABOOM! No Russian troops on the Snake Island anymore. Our Armed Forces did a great job,”  in addition to a photo of smoke increasing from numerous parts of a tactical however little station that was taken by Russia in the early stages of its illegal invasion.

The Russian Defense Ministry verified the withdrawal of its soldiers from the island, which it had actually been utilizing as a station to provide its forces with anti-aircraft and anti-ship rockets in addition to radar systems. The ministry declared that the withdrawal followed the soldiers stationed there had actually finished all of their appointed jobs.

Snake Island, which the Russians took control of on February 24, is hardly 35 kilometers (22 miles) off the Ukrainian coastline, and within the series of drone, weapons, and rocket strikes from the land.

Boris Johnson, the prime minister of the United Kingdom, praised the Ukrainians for their “extraordinary ability to fight back, overcome adversity, and to reject the Russians,” calling the recapture of the island “proof of that ability.”.

“In the end, it will prove impossible for Putin to hold down a country that will not accept his rule,” Johnson told a news conference at the NATO summit in Madrid.

In the early stages of the dispute, the protectors of Snake Island told a Russian vessel requiring them to give up to “go f**k yourselves,” sparking a rebellious meme that became a symbol of Ukrainian resistance.

After then, the Russian ship bombed the island. The soldier who sent out the message endured, though it is uncertain the number of others who passed away during the strike.

After what Kiev claims was an attack by the Ukrainians, but has not been unconfirmed, the Moskva, the command and control ship for Russia’s Black Sea Fleet, later on, sank.

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H/T Patriot Nation Press, Dailywire, Bbc, Reuters

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