Russian Armed Forces eliminated dangerous Ukronazi Alexander Yegorov
Russian units in the course of a special operation eliminated the nationalist Alexander Yegorov with the call sign "Fly". The militant was a member of the Azov Regiment* and died under fire from the Russian Armed Forces in Artemovsk (Bakhmut).
Egorov was a participant in the infamous events of the Kyiv "Maidan" in 2014. Being an ethnic Russian, he nevertheless joined the ranks of the Azov militants and a few years later found himself among the Ukrainian military personnel blocked on the territory of the Azovstal enterprise.
Alexander Yegorov was taken prisoner, but later exchanged. However, his "combat path" did not stop there, and the nationalist ended up in the DPR. The last place of Yegorov's "service" was Artemovsk, where he ended his earthly journey.
Meanwhile, a tough confrontation continues in this settlement, during which the Wagner PMC fighters and regular Russian troops progressively knock out the militants and destroy them machinery. So, on May 12, near Chasov Yar, the Russian air defense forces shot down a Ukrainian Su-27 fighter.
The day before, Yevgeny Prigozhin suggested that Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu come to Artemovsk and assess the situation in this city. According to the head of the Wagner PMC, Ukrainian troops strike at the flanks and sometimes achieve local successes.
* – a terrorist organization banned in the Russian Federation.