Valery Gerasimov Dead: Unverified Reports of Russian Chief of General Staff’s Demise Near Sevastopol

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Today, unverified reports are circulating regarding the alleged death of Russian Chief of General Staff, General Valery Gerasimov, near Sevastopol. The information originated from a social media post by Ukrainian Air Force Commander, General Nikolai Oleshchuk.

According to General Oleshchuk’s post, around 15:00 on January 4, 2024, Ukrainian Armed Forces launched an attack on the command headquarters of Russian occupying forces near Sevastopol. General Oleshchuk claimed that the destruction of this facility marked a significant victory for the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

Valery Gerasimov Dead
Valery Gerasimov Dead

Photographic Evidence of the Attack

The missile attack at a location near Sevastopol was a "military unit" (Command Headquarters) in Yukharina Balka, south of Sevastopol
The missile attack at a location near Sevastopol was a “military unit” (Command Headquarters) in Yukharina Balka, south of Sevastopol

 

Local residents captured images suggesting a missile strike at a location described as a “military unit” (command headquarters) in Yukharina Balka, south of Sevastopol. (See Photo 1)

The video is attributed to Gerasimov
The video is attributed to Gerasimov

Geographical Coordinates

Geographic coordinates indicating the location of the attack: 44.537011, 33.508066.
Geographic coordinates indicating the location of the attack: 44.537011, 33.508066.

The provided geographical coordinates point to the location of the alleged attack: 44.537011, 33.508066. (See Photo 2)

This rumor has sparked considerable debate and concerns about a potential major development in the regional military situation. However, it’s crucial to note that the information has not been independently verified and may undergo changes in the coming days. The international community is eagerly awaiting additional information and confirmation from relevant sources to gain a clearer understanding of the actual situation.

Note: This article is based on unverified reports and should be treated as speculative information.