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Another Version Of Russian General Zavadsky's Liquidation Appears

Another Version Of Russian General Zavadsky's Liquidation Appears
VLADIMIR ZAVADSKY

It may not have been a landmine.

Yesterday, on November 28, the news that Russian Armed Forces General Vladimir Zavadsky, deputy commander of the 14th Army Corps, was allegedly blown up on a mine in Ukraine appeared in the Network.

However, today some Russian military correspondents said that there is a second version of his liquidation, the Supernova+. Telegram channel reports.

The second version says that on November 28 Zavadsky was liquidated near Krynki on the left bank of Kherson region. Allegedly, he came under fire from a Ukrainian BTR-82A.

If the second version is correct, then the AFU are already actively not only using armoured vehicles on the left bank, but also trophy vehicles. As of the end of December 2022, the AFU took 177 Russian BTR-82s as trophies.

It is also not excluded that the fire at Zavadsky was carried out by Russians. Perhaps, in this way the Russian Armed Forces took revenge on the high command for being thrown into an assault, the outcome of which is known in advance.

We remind you, analysts from the Institute for the Study of War reported that the day before the AFU were fighting with the army of the Russian Federation around Poima and Krynki. It also became known that the Russians in this area massively exploded on their mines, which caused a riot among the occupants in Krynki.

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