Russians continue to pull out from Kyiv Oblast to border with Belarus, removing loot, General Staff says

1 April, 02:09 PM
Russia is partially withdrawing its units from Kyiv Oblast (Photo:General Staff of the Armed Formed Forces of Ukraine)

Russia is partially withdrawing its units from Kyiv Oblast (Photo:General Staff of the Armed Formed Forces of Ukraine)

Invading Russian troops are continuing to retreat from the north of Kyiv Oblast to the border with Belarus, taking property and vehicles looted from Ukrainians with them, Ukraine’s General Staff reported on April 1.

Movements by mixed convoys of equipment (tanks, trucks, artillery) has been observed, the General Staff said.

The convoys vary in their length, and also include civilian vehicles (trucks, buses, minibuses, and cars) stolen by the Russian invaders during their temporary occupation of the territories.

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In addition, the invaders are removing other property looted from Ukrainian civilians, the General Staff said.

Earlier, Russian troops were captured on video removing flat-screen televisions from houses and looting gas stations, supermarkets and stores.

Photo caption: Russia is partially withdrawing its units from Kyiv Oblast. (Photo: General Staff of the Armed Formed Forces of Ukraine)

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