Kyiv Region Liberated from Occupiers

by Olha Povaliaieva
Saturday, April 2, 2022
Kyiv Region Liberated from Occupiers

On April 2, the Armed Forces of Ukraine completely expelled Russian troops from the region

Deputy defense minister Anna Malyar announced Ukraine's victory on her Facebook page.

"Irpin, Bucha, Gostomel, and the entire Kyiv region — liberated from the invaders," Anna Malyar.

What events preceded our victory in the region

Earlier, the regional military administration of the Kyiv region set a curfew for Irpin, Bucha, and Gostomel until April 5. Thus, the Armed Forces of Ukraine managed to carry out effective operations to clean up the region from the invaders.

On April 2, during a daily briefing, Oleksii Arestovich, adviser to the head of the president's office, shared information that more than 30 settlements in the Kyiv region had been liberated from the presence of the enemy.

"They had the idea of ​​the occupiers to leave certain forces in order to hold back our troops near Kyiv and prevent them from being transferred to help our troops in other areas, primarily in the east. But this did not work out either because the retreat is a difficult period of hostilities. They simply could not hold the situation and fell down, taking into account problems with logistic support," Arestovich said.

According to British intelligence, the Armed Forces of Ukraine took control of a key and strategically important bridgehead near Kharkiv.

Ukraine wins! Glory to Ukraine! Glory to Heroes!

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