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Zelenskiy rend visite aux troupes près de la ville de Bakhmut

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President Volodymyr Zeleskiy visited Ukrainian troops near Bakhmut on Wednesday (22 March) and presented medals to those who he described as heroically defending the country’s sovereignty.

Les forces ukrainiennes ont réussi à tenir à Bakhmut pendant huit mois malgré de lourdes pertes dans l'une des batailles les plus sanglantes depuis la guerre à grande échelle de la Russie. invasion il y a treize mois.

Des images sur les réseaux sociaux montraient Zelenskiy vêtu d'un sweat-shirt sombre et d'un pantalon militaire distribuant des récompenses en tenue de combat à des soldats fatigués. C'était dans ce qui semblait avoir été un grand entrepôt.

“It is an honor to present awards to our heroes. Zelenskiy, under the video footage, wrote that he wanted to shake hands with them and express gratitude on Telegram.

Your fate is so tragic, but so important. He said, “To defend our land and return everything to Ukraine to our children.” “I bow down before all the heroes and your close comrades that you lost in the east, as well as throughout this war,” he said.

Zelenskiy depicted “Fortress Bakhmut”, a symbol for defiance that is draining the Russian military dry, as Zelenskiy.

The battle for Bakhmut was fought in trenches using relentless artillery and rocket attacks across a heavily mined battlefield. Commanders from both sides described it as a “meat grinder”.

Zelenskiy visited the frontline troops many times during World War II. The Wednesday visit came days after Russian President Vladimir Putin visited Mariupol. This was his first visit to any Russian-occupied region of Ukraine’s industrial Donbas since the war started. It was also the closest he’s been to frontlines.

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