Russia dreams of "razing" Avdiivka to the ground with three-ton bombs. Video
Kremlin propagandists are desperately trying to justify the defeat of the occupiers near Avdiivka, Donetsk region, by the Defense Forces, resorting to the most ridiculous methods. For example, another agitator of the war against Ukraine, Sergei Mardan, compared the Russian invaders to Israel and called for dropping three-ton bombs on the Ukrainian Armed Forces, as the IDF does with Hamas terrorists.
The footage of the phantasmagoric speech was broadcast by propaganda media. In it, the disgraced host says that there is no other way to "denazify" Avdiivka than to raze it to the ground (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
"Our enemies are the same as Hamas is for Israel, these are soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine or any person with a yellow and blue chevron - this is our own Hamas. That's why I hope that this scum that has taken up residence in Avdiivka will be leveled to the ground with three-ton bombs, just like Israel is doing with the terrorists in the Gaza Strip," Mardan says, on the verge of hysteria.
It is unlikely that the propagandist is concerned with explaining to his undemanding audience how an army that has invaded the territory of a sovereign country can claim to be analogous to Israel, which has been constantly fighting aggressors, terrorists, and invaders throughout its existence. If Mardan had understood cause and effect, he would have realized that it is Moscow that today embodies all the signs of a criminal extremist group.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, attempts to encircle Avdiivka did not bring any results to the Russian occupation army. At the same time, the invaders lost many pieces of their military equipment, and the loss of personnel is simply insane.
At the same time, the enemy used phosphorus ammunition in violation of international conventions when attacking the city.
"They use phosphorus, they want to throw their meat around. Our army is holding its ground in difficult battles. We must all remember that the war is on. The enemy's goal remains unchanged - to kill us all," commented Yermak, head of the Presidential Office.