Friday, April 23, 2021

Russia is withdrawing some troops from the border with Ukraine


 Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu arrived on Thursday in the Ukrainian Crimea, annexed by Russia in 2014, where he watched the exercises of the Southern Military District and airborne troops. Shoygu announced that some of the units near the border with Ukraine would be withdrawn to their permanent stationing places by May 1.

According to the order, the units of the 58th Army of the Southern Military District and the 41st Army of the Central Military District and the 76th Assault and Assault Division, and the 98th Airborne Division will return to the places of permanent dislocation.

After this "test", vast reserves of fuel, ammunition, and other materials will be left near the borders of Ukraine and in Crimea and field military bases and warehouses.

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