Another Russian general killed amid invasion, Russian official says

The governor of St. Petersburg verified that another Russian basic has been killed amid the invasion of Ukraine, honoring him in a ceremony on Saturday, Russian media described.

The deputy commander of the 8th Military, Maj. Gen. Vladimir Petrovich Frolov, died although combating towards Ukraine, a Russian information retailers reported, citing St. Petersburg’s administration’s push assistance.

“Today we say goodbye to a actual hero. Vladimir Petrovich Frolov died a heroic demise in struggle with Ukrainian nationalists,” Gov. Alexander Beglov explained, Russian state information agency Tass documented, citing the push support.

“He sacrificed his daily life so that little ones, gals and the elderly in the Donbas would no extended listen to bomb explosions. To prevent ready for death and leaving property, to say goodbye as if it had been the previous time.”

The governor identified as Frolov a “true patriot” and “brave,” introducing he “fulfilled his navy and human responsibility,” in accordance to St. Petersburg on-line newspaper Fontanka.

Numerous other Russian generals and major armed service personnel have reportedly been killed in Russia’s ongoing invasion of its neighbor, which include deputy commander of the 41st Mixed Arms Military of the Central Navy District Andrei Sukhovetsky, Maj. Gen. Vitaly Gerasimov, Lt. Gen Yakov Rezantsev, and Col. Sergei Sukharev, commander of the elite 331st Guards Airborne Regiment.

Russia, unsuccessful in its preliminary makes an attempt to seize Kyiv, is now readying by itself for a renewed offensive in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas region.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned in an interview with Ukrainian media that negotiations involving Russia and Ukraine could sunset if Russia kills the remaining Ukrainian forces in Mariupol.

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