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On Saturday, the Main Intelligence Directorate of Ukraine posted to Facebook to announce that two soldiers had died and 28 more had been hospitalised due to the consumption of poisoned pies. Apparently the Russian troops died near Kharkiv, the township of Izium after eating poison laced pies, which were gifted to them by Ukrainian citizens.  

The 28 Russian troops are intensive care, there are also several hundred troops suffering with “severe illnesses” after consuming poison laced alcohol also gifted to them by civilians.

The Facebook post stated the following: 

“Ukrainians resist the occupiers by all available means.”

“As a result, two occupiers died at once, another 28 were taken to the intensive care unit. Their current state is being clarified.”

“About 500 more servicemen of the 3rd Motorised Rifle Division of the Russian Federation are in hospitals due to severe alcohol poisoning of unknown origin.”

Apparently, Russia has classified the loss of these troops as “non-combat losses” as it moves its focus to the Donbas region.

Izium is a strategically important township to Russia as it would allow troops to operate sustained attacks into the Donbas region from there and also is a crucial location for Russian resupplies it is in close proximity to the Russian border. Controlling this city would also enable Russia to coordinate with troops fighting further south and isolate Ukraine’s southern forces from their northern ones. 

The poisonings come as a response to discoveries of mass civilian graves in the city of Bucha on the outskirts of Kiev. Russian forces handed back the city on April 1st.

Since then a mass civilian grave has been found in the city.

At this stage it is unclear who has committed the atrocities against the civilians of the city of Bucha , as it cannot be verified at this 

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