Russian pro-Kiev partisans took a village in Russia: Putin's troops fled


By John

Pro-Ukrainian Russian partisans of the “Freedom of Russia” Legion have announced that they have taken control of the village of Tyotkino, in the Kursk region of Russia. “The settlement of Tyotkino in the Kursk region is entirely under the control of the Russian liberation forces,” the Legion wrote on social media, adding that the Russian military is withdrawing. Previously, pro-Kiev volunteers had announced that they had taken control of the town of Lozova Rudka, in the Belgorod region. Russian forces claim to have repelled partisan attacks in the two border regions.

The “Freedom of Russia” Legion announced on Telegram that Putin's troops “fled from the village of Tyotkino, in the Kursk region, abandoning their positions and leaving heavy equipment on the ground.”