"Azov" showed unique melee footage with the occupiers in Zaporozhye (VIDEO)

Azov SSO
Azov SSO
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Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Kostiantyn Golubtsov

Published: June 06 2022 at 03:42 pm
Source: myukraineis.org

Soldiers of the Azov SSO in battle pushed the Russian occupiers away from their positions in the Zaporozhye direction.

This was reported on the official website of the unit in the Telegram.

According to the military, during the operation, they came close to the Russians and entered the battle, opening fire on enemy positions.

"The video shows a close battle with the invaders in the Zaporozhye region. SZO AZOV fighters came close to enemy positions and opened fire on Russian targets. As a result, Ukrainian soldiers pushed the Russians out of their positions, and some of the occupiers remained fertilizer in the Ukrainian land forever, "the unit's website said.

It should be noted that the Azov SSO was formed on February 24, 2022 as a separate unit of the Special Operations Forces of Ukraine by veterans of the Azov and performs tasks to protect the territorial integrity of the country from the Russian aggressor.

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