December 12, a bridge, important for 🇷🇺 military logistic, was damaged in Melitopol.
December 14, russian invaders hit the Kherson Oblast Administration building. Fortunately, no one was hurt.
Another exchange of POWs took place – 64 soldiers returned home, including Murekez Suedi, US citizen who supported Ukraine.
“The most important experience we had and the one which we have practiced almost like a religion is that Russians and any other enemies must be killed, just killed, and most importantly, we should not be afraid to do it. And this is what we are doing.” – Valery Zaluzhny for The Economist, December 15.
December 16 saw just another russian mass missile attack. It caused multiple blackouts throughout Ukraine. In Kryvyi Rih, 64-years-old woman and a young couple with 18-months-old boy were killed.
New trend in Christmas décor 2022: Christmas tree made of camouflage net.
Ukraine will win!