Operational information on 27.03.2022
The thirty-second day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to the russian military invasion continues.
The russian enemy continues to conduct a full-scale armed aggression against Ukraine.
The russian enemy continues to brake the norms of the International Humanitarian Law in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine, abducts and intimidates local Ukrainian residents, holds civilians of Ukraine as hostage.
The russian occupiers are asking the Ukrainian population for food, behaving non-aggressively , and doing no looting in the settlements of Ivankiv and Orane because of the broke of the russian occupiers supply by the Defence Forces of Ukraine.
The militarization of the Chornobyl Exclusion Zone by the russian occupation forces continues. This militarization seriously increases the risk of damage to the insulation structures built over the station's fourth power unit after its 1986 explosion. Such damage will inevitably lead to a significant amount of radioactive dust entering the atmosphere and contaminating Ukraine and other European countries. The occupying forces of the russian federation ignore threats and warnings and continue to transport and store a significant amount of ammunition in the immediate vicinity of the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
Dozens of tons of self-propelled rockets, howitzers artillery shells, and mortar ammunition are transported daily by the units of the Eastern Military District of the Armed Forces of the russian federation from the logistics rear base located in the Naraulianski Rajon (District) of the Gomel Region of belarus. The transport corridor of the russian invaders passes through the city of Prypiat in a few hundred meters from the isolation facilities of the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Further ammunition is stored in Chornobyl, near the city of Pripyat, which is also a short distance from the Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant. In the city of Chornobyl, the occupiers deployed a temporary Command post of the Eastern Military District and a Command post of the 38th Separate Motorized Rifle Brigade of the Land Forces of the Armed Forces of the russian federation.
According to available information, the Russian occupation forces increasingly use old and poor-quality ammunition. Thus, the 165th Artillery Brigade (Belogorsk), Amur region, part of the russian occupational group of troops, received permission to use such kind old and poor-quality munitions. This increases the risk of their detonation even when loading and transporting. The facts of such self-detonation of ammunition in russian military depots and arsenals are well known and occur regularly.
The Defence Forces of Ukraine continue systematically inflict losses on the enemy in all directions.
We believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine!
Let's win together!
Glory to Ukraine!