Putin Regime ROCKED – Car Bomb Reported!
(UnitedVoice.com) – Russian troops are occupying various areas throughout Ukraine five months into the war. Many residents in regions where enemy forces are taking over aren’t happy. It seems that anger led to the death of a city official — and it may not be the last one.
On Wednesday, July 13, the United Kingdom’s Defense Intelligence revealed someone targeted the Moscow-appointed mayor of Velykyi Burluk. Officials believe the citizenry in the occupied area planted a car bomb, killing the Russian. According to Fox News, residents will likely target more officials as an anti-Russian sentiment spreads. That could worsen the invading forces’ issues, increasing the “pressure on already reduced military and security formations.”
If those guerilla tactics become commonplace, Russia might have difficulty holding onto occupied areas.
The Russian-appointed administration in Velykyi Burluk said one of its mayors was killed on Tuesday in a car bombing.https://t.co/w1XkKEpKTR
— The Washington Times (@WashTimes) July 13, 2022
The car bombing comes a week before a scheduled meeting between Russia and Ukraine in Turkey. CNBC reported that Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar released a statement, saying the discussion should touch on grain exports. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres called the upcoming meeting a “critical step forward” in ensuring the export of Ukrainian food products. Russia has blocked ports, preventing that from happening.
Thus far, it doesn’t appear that the car bombing has derailed those talks.
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