Hundreds of artillery shells were fired during Russia’s withdrawal from a southern Ukrainian city

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has released horrific footage of hundreds of artillery shells being fired in quick succession – as Russian forces were forced to withdraw from The strategic city of Kherson, Ukraine in the southeast.

“For every meter of our land – fire!” The ministry wrote together Post the video On Twitter late Thursday.

The video showed artillery shells creating dozens of fireballs as they fired – and the sky soon turned into a mist of smoke.

It was not immediately clear when – or exactly where – the footage was filmed.

The ministry released the video that appears to have been bragging when it appeared Russian forces withdrew Across the western bank of the Dnipro River, which divides the southern Kherson region in Ukraine.

Ukraine’s Defense Ministry has released shocking footage of hundreds of artillery shells being fired in quick succession as Russia withdraws from southern Ukraine.


Picture of hundreds of artillery being fired.

The video showed artillery shells making dozens of fireballs as they were fired


Picture of hundreds of artillery being fired.

Images from the video showed the sky turning into a mist of smoke as artillery shells were fired.


While the Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday that it completed the withdrawal without losing one of its 30,000 soldiers, the Ukrainians painted a picture of a chaotic retreat that saw Russian forces abandon their uniforms or drown in an attempt to flee.

Ukraine’s Defense Intelligence Agency announced on Friday that Ukrainian units were entering Kherson – and warned any Russian soldiers still there not to surrender.

A Ukrainian demonstrator is seen during a solidarity protest with Ukraine in Krakow's main square.
A demonstrator supports Ukraine in the main square in Krakow, Poland.
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The agency said Kherson had returned to Ukrainian control after its occupation since March and threatened to “destroy” any Russian soldiers who resisted.

“You have only one chance to avoid death – immediate surrender,” the Defense Ministry’s Main Intelligence Directorate said in a statement on the Telegram messaging app.

A building was destroyed after a battle between the Ukrainian and Russian armies in Arkhangelsky.

A building was destroyed after a battle between the Ukrainian and Russian armies in Arkhanhelsky in the Kherson region.


A woman is seen in her home following a battle between Ukrainian and Russian forces in Arkhanelsky.

A woman is seen in her home following a battle between Ukrainian and Russian forces in Arkhanelsky.


The statement also guaranteed the safety of any Russian soldier who surrendered.

Russia’s withdrawal from Kherson represents another major setback Russia in its nearly nine-month war in Ukraine.

The recapture of the city could provide Ukraine with a strong position from which to expand its southern counter-offensive Other territories occupied by Russiaincluding Crimea, which Moscow captured in 2014.

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