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Russian President Vladimir Putin’s speech came as Russian troops have so far failed to capture the capital of Kyiv and images showed Ukrainian civilians holding weapons, making Molotov cocktails and blocking roads.

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Putin praises Russian forces for ‘heroic performance of duty’

Russian President Vladimir Putin today praised his special forces for “gallantly performing their military service” during his invasion of Ukraine.

It takes place in the context that the Russian army has so far not captured the capital of Kyiv.

In a televised address, he said: “Specially grateful to those who have heroically performed their military service these days during special operations in support of the Donbas people’s republics. .

“The heroic tradition of special forces is rooted in our military’s centuries-old history.”

His words come as Russian marks the annual Special Operations Forces (SOF) day, a “professional holiday” since 2015.

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Vladimir Putin today praised his special forces for “gallantly performing his military service” during his invasion of Ukraine.

Putin said Russian special forces “were consolidated during the Great Patriotic War (World War II) and continued to be consolidated in Afghanistan, at various hotspots, during the liquidation process.” terrorist groups in the North Caucasus and Syria”.

Putin spoke as his troops appeared to be stepping up their fight to crush Ukrainian resistance, and after suspicions of substantial Russian losses that Moscow did not acknowledge.







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It happened when Putin was said to be in “the lair in the Urals” and had brought Russian oligarchs with him so that they could not flee the country.

Meanwhile, a video broadcast by state television showed Russian forces appearing strong and powerful, without any objections.

It comes as images and reports aired outside Russia show fierce Ukrainian resistance to Putin’s advances.

Pictures show Ukrainian civilians holding weapons to fight alongside Ukrainian forces, making Molotov cocktails and blocking roads.







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In Russia, the words “war” and “invasion” are not used by the state media.

Instead, it was described – echoing Putin’s orders – as a “special military operation” to protect the Donbas by “demilitarizing” and “piloting” Ukraine.

The ministry said today the depth of the offensive into Ukraine was 52 kilometers – or 32 miles.

The ministry has so far not announced any deaths from fighting in Ukraine.







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Kyiv claims that Russian officials have so far admitted only one death – and this could be a mistake.

The head of the Dagestan region Sergei Melikov offered condolences to the family of the murdered officer Nurmagomed Gadzhimagomedov.

Melikov apparently went wrong with the script, saying the paratrooper died because he “did an excellent job in a special operation to protect the Donbas”.







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He blew himself up with Ukrainian soldiers around him, according to Russian accounts that could not be independently verified.

“My condolences go out to the family of Nurmagomed, a resident of the Kulinsky district, a brave son of Dagestan,” said the area boss.

“He showed courage because he was raised that way and because he chose for himself the difficult and noble path of defending the world.

“I mourn with all the family and friends of the hero. I understand that no words can ease the bitterness of an irreparable loss.”

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Gadzhimagomedov is a father with a small daughter.

However, no other regional official has acknowledged the deaths in Ukraine amid signs of an official gag to prevent news of the casualties from tarnishing support for the operation in Ukraine.

The Kremlin has not yet announced the death toll.

Media speculated that Melikov might be forced to resign.

Ukraine has claimed 3,500 or more Russians were killed but there is no independent information.

The Russian military is also said to have suffered multiple injuries during the battle, with hospitals near the Ukrainian border reported to be full and additional doctors ordered to care for them.

Gadzhimagomedov is an officer of the Caucasian Cossack Airborne Regiment of the Airborne Forces of the 247th Guards Airborne Forces.

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