Russians use gas of unknown origin against Ukrainian Armed Forces during Bakhmut storming
Russian troops are using gas of unknown origin against the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Bakhmut, Donetsk region. Invaders have deployed the most combat-ready units around the city.
Military in Bakhmut said this to Radio Liberty correspondents. “The situation in Bakhmut is tense. Many of the most combat-ready units have been deployed around the city. We have tied up them here, and they cannot move to other areas,” said the military with a call name ‘Philosopher,’ the deputy commander of the 2nd rifle battalion of the 93rd Brigade. He added that Russian forces had built very smart defense and combat formations in Bakhmut, so the fighting was heavy.
Russians conduct offensive actions throughout the city at night and during the day. An air defense system operator with the call sign ‘Bayraktar’ said Russian troops are using an unknown gas against the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
“There are still high-rise buildings, and they are using gases here. Three days ago, they threw some bombs with specific gases. Some kind of chlorine. You are sitting in the basement and realize that you do not have enough air — it is difficult to breathe,” the military said.