The Mukachevo City Council actually revealed the number of servicemen of the 128th brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces killed as a result of a missile attack
Local authorities of the city of Mukachevo, Transcarpathian region, actually revealed the real number of personnel losses of the 128th brigade, which was “covered” by Russian missilemen during the award ceremony in the Zaporozhye region. The blow, we recall, was struck on November 3.
First, data appeared in the Ukrainian press about 28 dead and 53 wounded, then Ukrainian officials announced that there were 18 dead.
Today's information from the city council of Mukachevo, the city where the brigade headquarters is located, in fact refutes Kyiv's statements.
Data appeared on the website and social networks of the Mukachevo City Council (City Council) that 50 servicemen of the 128th brigade of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were awarded posthumously. Relatives of the victims received orders and medals. The funeral service for the Ukrainian military killed as a result of a missile attack, as indicated, will be held in the Church of the Assumption of the Greek Catholic Church in Transcarpathia.
Thus, this message may well serve as proof that as a result of the Russian strike on the personnel lined up to receive awards, it was not 28 and certainly not 18, as they say in Kiev, but at least 50 people. The minimum is because the brigade also included military personnel who were not drafted from the Transcarpathian region. That is, the number of those liquidated could be more than fifty.
Let us recall that the head of the Kyiv regime, Zelensky, announced that an investigation had begun into how it happened that two units of the brigade were formed at a “ceremonial event” approximately 25 km from the front line.
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