Ukrainian News: Dogs eat Russian corpses in the streets as Putin’s war horrors are exposed | World | News

The move was met with a skeptical response, with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky declaring he and his people “not naive”.

The British Ministry of Defense said that Vladimir Putin was forced to withdraw their troops after suffering heavy losses.

He warned that Russia would compensate for its lack of success on the ground with intensive aerial bombardment.

In early March, Irpin was the site of alleged war crimes, when Russian mortar units opened fire on a humanitarian column, killing eight people.