Video Period 25 minutes 00 seconds
Russian troops pull out of strategic metropolis following advances by Ukrainian forces. Is that this a turning level within the conflict?
Russia has pulled out of Kherson, the one main metropolis it captured in almost 9 months of conflict in Ukraine.
After weeks of Ukrainian advances, Russia’s army says 30,000 troopers have withdrawn to the east of the Dnieper River.
The Kremlin had solely annexed the area six weeks earlier in a transfer condemned internationally.
Ukraine’s president referred to as the recapture an “historic day”.
Is that this a turning level within the conflict?
And the way may it change army methods on each side?
Presenter: Hashem Ahelbarra
Hanna Shelest – Safety research programme director, Ukrainian Prism
Pavel Felgenhauer – Impartial defence and army analyst
Domitilla Sagramoso – Senior lecturer in safety and growth, King’s Faculty London