Ghost town: video showing what the Russian army turned Marinka into appeared online
The network showed a new video of the consequences of the storming of Marinka by the Russian occupants. The footage taken from a height does not show a single intact house.
The video was released on September 2 on the Kurakhove Pokrovsk Selydove Telegram channel. The video captured one of the powerful explosions in the ruins of a once-blooming Ukrainian city near Donetsk (to watch, scroll to the end of the news).
Judging by the drone footage, the Russian army has turned Marinka into a ghost town by "liberating" it from the civilian population.
There are no intact houses or even trees left there.
The BILD military observer Julian Roepke, when commenting on the video of the occupants from Marinka, summarized that the city was "wiped out to rubble and dust".
The enemy has been unsuccessfully trying to capture Marinka since the beginning of the large-scale invasion. About 9,000 people lived there.
A significant part of the city has come under the control of the occupants in recent months, but it was destroyed.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, according to the morning report of the AFU General Staff, the aggressor conducted unsuccessful attacks in the area of Krasnohorivka in the Marinka direction. More than ten settlements were subjected to artillery fire, including Krasnohorivka, Kurakhove, Peremoha, Kostiantynivka and Yelizavetivka.