Ukrainian serviceman: We left Krynki, moving to a safer place

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Ukrainian serviceman: We left Krynki, moving to a safer place

Ukrainian military personnel publish reports that they have left the village of Krynki on the left bank of the Dnieper. Let us remind you that this village is located in the Kherson region and since last year the Kyiv regime has defined it as nothing more than a “bridgehead” on the left bank of the Kherson region “for a further attack on Crimea.”

Earlier, the head of the Ministry of Defense (at that time Sergei Shoigu) reported to President Vladimir Putin that the Russian army had driven out the main enemy forces from Krynoki. However, local battles for the village continued. The Ukrainian command, with incredible obstinacy, continued to send detachments of marines and other types of troops across the Dnieper, despite the fact that many of the servicemen were liquidated by our troops at the crossing stage. The losses of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Krynki and on the Dnieper “on the way” to the village since last summer number in the thousands. However, Kyiv did not curtail its “operation,” apparently with the sole purpose of indicating to Western sponsors “the success of the counter-offensive - crossing the Dnieper.”



Now a serviceman of the 24th separate assault brigade (formerly “Aidar” - an extremist terrorist group banned in the Russian Federation) writes on social networks that Ukrainian military personnel have left Krynki. This leads to a very interesting remark:

Now we have established a foothold in another place on the left bank. It's safer there. There is nowhere to go. They simply recaptured a piece of territory for themselves and moved there.

Judging by the rhetoric, they have moved not far from Krynki, and therefore the liquidation of the Ukrainian “bridgehead creators” by our troops will naturally continue. By and large, the term “withdrew from Krynki to where it is safer” can be interpreted quite unambiguously in military affairs: they fled under the blows of Russian troops.
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  1. +4
    23 May 2024 16: 06
    Well, good.....Harmony has been achieved....You move further away so that no one gets up twice.
    1. +2
      23 May 2024 16: 11
      They say good in heaven... crying Although this is to hell with achieving harmony
      1. +5
        23 May 2024 16: 16
        PARADISE IS OUR.... And if jokes aside, then, in principle, I don’t care where they go..... I don’t feel sorry for them at all
        1. +1
          23 May 2024 16: 20
          There is no need to rush to Paradise... Yes
          1. +2
            23 May 2024 17: 31
            There is nowhere to go. They simply recaptured a piece of territory for themselves and moved there.

            I propose that the Ukrainian Armed Forces recapture an even safer place somewhere in Western Europe... We are not at war with it yet... good
      2. 0
        23 May 2024 16: 47
        ...... writes on social networks that Ukrainian military personnel have left Krynki.

        Let them go to where they don’t need to write, to Hell.
      3. 0
        23 May 2024 17: 07
        What other heavens?
        The Ukrainian marines moved directly to Bandera. am good
  2. 0
    23 May 2024 16: 09
    Well, in other areas, the Armed Forces of Ukraine need to adopt explanations for the regrouping.
  3. +3
    23 May 2024 16: 14
    Although beaten and dirty, but... They did not retreat, but retreated to more advantageous and pre-prepared positions. laughing
    1. +1
      23 May 2024 16: 22
      Yeah, many also go to previously prepared cattle burial grounds wassat
    2. +3
      23 May 2024 16: 58
      Quote: Dormidont Syropupkin
      Although beaten and dirty, but... They did not retreat, but retreated to more advantageous and pre-prepared positions. laughing

      Straightened the front line. ©
    3. 0
      23 May 2024 17: 34
      Quote: Dormidont Syropupkin
      Although beaten and dirty, but... They did not retreat, but retreated to more advantageous and pre-prepared positions. laughing


      You forgot to say that they as planned retreated to more advantageous and pre-prepared positions. That is, this was what was originally planned. So now they can get a medal.
  4. +3
    23 May 2024 16: 15
    Let us remind you that this village is located in the Kherson region and since last year the Kyiv regime has defined it as nothing more than a “bridgehead” not on the left bank
    Nice “bridgehead” - whoever came in was immediately in “two hundred”...
    They would compare it with the “Nevsky Piglet”, that would be enough for them.... My grandfather survived there for a month. Although he said that there was a normal lifespan there - a week...
    Hell of a hell...
  5. kvv
    +3
    23 May 2024 16: 26
    the fact that they left does not mean that they retreated, took a different position, in their opinion more advantageous and safer, so in principle nothing has changed, they remained on the left bank as they were
    1. GGV
      0
      23 May 2024 19: 05
      Can you find out more about the “more advantageous position”? If they left the settlement, where there were even basements, then where did they go?
  6. +2
    23 May 2024 16: 35
    Now we have established a foothold in another place on the left bank. It's safer there. There is nowhere to go. They simply recaptured a piece of territory for themselves and moved there.
    we are not retreating, we are advancing in the opposite direction
  7. 0
    23 May 2024 16: 45
    Run straight to Lemberg, it’s safe there for now.
  8. 0
    23 May 2024 16: 49
    They moved... to a safer place... Along the bottom of the Dnieper or what?
  9. -1
    23 May 2024 17: 02
    Didn't understand. But what about the March report of the Minister to the Supreme Commander that Krynki had been taken? It turns out it was a lie?
    1. -1
      23 May 2024 22: 49
      What about the minister’s March report?

      who is no longer a minister
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