The Polish fighters along with Russian volunteers, took the Grayvoron border checkpoint and published a video of the raid.
The fighters of the Polish Volunteer Corps (PVC) stated that, together with the Russian Volunteer Corps (RVC) and the Freedom of Russia Legion, they also participated in raids on the territory of the Belgorod region of the Russian Federation.
“Everyone asks us one question, did we take part in the operation on the territory of the Belgorod region ...
The answer is unequivocal: of course, yes!
The Polish Volunteer Corps participated in the combat mission together with the Russian Volunteer Corps.
The first assault group of the PVC took part in the operation. All returned from the mission safely. The task was completed successfully. We can point out that we were the first, together with one of the RVC battle squads, to reach their destination,” said the Polish volunteers.
According to Russian media, the fighters of the Polish Volunteer Corps, together with Russian volunteers, took the Grayvoron checkpoint on the territory of the Russian Federation.
As the website Charter97.org reported, the fighters of the RVC and the Freedom of Russia Legion began the second phase of the military operation on the territory of the Russian Federation.
Russian volunteers have broken through the border of the Russian Federation and are moving towards the settlement of Shebekino in the Belgorod region.
The RVC soldiers destroyed the leadership of the Russian military in the Interior Ministry building in Shebekino with the Grads systems. In addition, during the fighting, an enemy truck with ammunition and the Tyulpan self-propelled mortar were damaged. Also, Russian volunteers destroyed a cluster of enemy equipment in the village of Novaya Tavolzhanka, near the town of Shebekino.
Later, information appeared that Russian volunteers entered the suburbs of Shebekino.