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Putin Seizes Major Fuel Plant

via The Times and The Sunday Times
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Russian forces took control of Ukraine’s coke plant in Avdiivka after Ukraine withdrew its troops due to ammunition shortages.

The plant was captured by the ‘Centre’ grouping of troops, with Russian flags hoisted on its buildings.

Aerial footage showed blasts at the plant, and Russian troops advanced 9 km in the area.

Ukraine withdrew troops to prevent being surrounded by Russian forces, with Putin calling it a victory.

Ukrainian General Oleksandr Syrskyi said the withdrawal was meant to “preserve the lives and health of servicemen.”

“Our soldiers performed their military duty with dignity, did everything possible to destroy the best Russian military units, inflicted significant losses on the enemy in terms of manpower and equipment,” he said.

President Biden expressed continued U.S. support for Ukraine and urged Congress to pass a funding bill for Ukrainian forces.

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