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Russia will push further into Ukraine after 'chaotic' fall of Avdiivka

21/2/2024 6:48
        President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday that Russian troops would push further into Ukraine to build on their success on the battlefield after the fall of the town of Avdiivka where he said Ukrainian troops had been forced to flee in chaos.
        
        The town, which once had a population of 32,000, fell to Russia on Saturday, Putin's biggest battlefield victory since Moscow captured the city of Bakhmut in May 2023.
        
        Television footage released by Russia's defence ministry showed that almost every house in Avdiivka had been branded with war.
        
        Putin said on Tuesday that the Ukrainian order to withdraw from the town had been announced after Ukrainian troops had already begun to flee in chaos. He said that all captured Ukrainian troops should be accorded their rights under international conventions on prisoners.
        
        "As for the overall situation in Avdiivka, this is an absolute success, I congratulate you. It needs to be built on," Putin told Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu in the Kremlin.
        



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