Scorched earth and not a single living soul: what Klishchiyivka, destroyed by the occupiers, looks like now. Video from above
Klishchiyivka, Bakhmut district, Donetsk region, has been completely destroyed by Russia's full-scale invasion. There are no residents in this village now, nor are there any surviving houses.
The scale of the destruction was shown by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine on Facebook. The video was posted on Wednesday, October 4 (to watch the video, scroll to the bottom of the page).
The footage was captured by a drone of our soldiers from the Luty Brigade of the Offensive Guard. The soldiers of this unit are taking part in the battles on the flanks of Bakhmut. Thanks to the courage of Ukrainian defenders, the occupiers were driven out of Klishchiyivka.
"This is what the 'Russian world' looks like.Scorched earth, destroyed houses. Russia brings only destruction, pain and hatred," the Ministry of Internal Affairs said in the post.
Absolutely all the houses in the footage are destroyed. Many houses have survived fires. Some are left with only remnants of exterior walls and piles of concrete.
Many craters are visible on the ground. The shelling damaged the trees so much that there are no leaves on them.
- Earlier, the Ukrainian military, participants in the battles for the village of Klishchiyivka in Donetsk region, told about the cost of liberating the village. The soldiers emphasized that everything was "not as simple as it is shown on TV."