Fortifications of the Armed Forces of Ukraine began to collapse before the start of the operation 18:01

Fortifications of the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Kiev-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region are being demolished due to poor quality construction materials. This was reported by the Ukrainian agency UNIAN.

It was noted that the structures built less than a month ago collapsed and some of them were submerged under water. Approximately 700 m long ditches were flooded.

“The work was carried out poorly, which led to the destruction of the walls before the operation even began,” the agency said in a statement.

Before that, Verkhovna Rada deputy Alexey Goncharenko (included in the list of terrorists and extremists in the Russian Federation) statedHe said that the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine began to redistribute funds from the state budget for the Nikolaev and Rivne regions in favor of the Kharkov region.

According to him, about $ 5.8 million will be sent to the Kharkov region. The funds will be used for the construction of fortifications, defensive lines and a non-explosive barrier system.

Military expert, retired colonel Viktor Baranets on Radio 1 commented News that the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) are preparing a counter-offensive in the Kharkov region.

Formerly in the Armed Forces of Ukraine guess It’s a tough summer for the country’s military.

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Source: Gazeta

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