Resistance: Partisans Launch New Strike Against Putin

Allegedly, during the course of the Ukraine war, five followers from the inner circle of Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin are said to have lost their lives. This information was reported by the “National Resistance Center of Ukraine” (NRC) on Telegram, as Newsweek reported according to the German new website Münchner Merkur.

The Ukrainian partisans are posing a growing challenge for Russia, as they apparently carry out a variety of such operations. The incident is said to have occurred on November 28 in the Kherson region, controlled by Russia. According to the NRC, the partisans attacked a building where a meeting of Russian personnel was taking place – allegedly based on information from the underground and concerned residents.

These claims could not be independently verified at first, but were supported by a similar announcement from the Russian-speaking Telegram channel Astra, as reported by Newsweek. In the attack on the two-story building, according to the NRC, four Russian police officers were killed and 17 other employees were injured. Among the dead was allegedly also the head of the local police authority. This marks not the first attack of this kind. Since the beginning of the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine, Ukrainian partisans are said to have already sabotaged the delivery of ammunition and fuel for the Russian military. In addition, at the beginning of this week in the Melitopol district, they reportedly blew up a vehicle with Chechen soldiers who were fighting on the side of Russia.

Image:, CC BY 4.0, Vladimir Putin on 10 March 2021.jpg, via Wikimedia Commons (Image size changed)

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