Russia is convinced to “liberate” the Donbs and demilitarize Ukraine


Despite setbacks on the battlefield, the Kremlin says it will prevail despite “unprecedented” sanctions and an “incredible information war” by the West

Remains of a tank on the outskirts of Kharkov, Ukraine.
Remains of a tank outside Kharkov, Ukraine.EFE
  • Straight War in Ukraine, latest news
  • conflict in europe UN warns about impact of war in Ukraine on food crisis

The Kremlin is shown this Thursday “Absolutely convinced” of the “liberation” of the Donbs and demilitarization After the outlying territories in eastern Ukraine, Surrender of almost all the defenders of the Azovstal pavement In the port city of Mariupol.

“First of all, the Donbs awaits the complete liberation of the historical regions. I am very confident that the Russian army and the popular militias of Donetsk and Luhansk will restore the historical borders,” said Sergei Kiriyenko, Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration, Young Talent New During a stint with Horizons.

Kiriyenko has insisted that Moscow will not settle for this, as it wishes to “demilitarize the surrounding areas so that they stop flying missiles and howitzers in the area of ​​the Donbes.” “The future of the Donbs will be decided by its inhabitants. I am sure they will have that possibility”, he pointed out. In addition, he has confirmed that Moscow will achieve the objectives that were set at the beginning of the “special military operation” on 24 February, although he is aware that “today he is not fighting only with Ukraine.”

He insisted, “A unified West fights against us only in Ukrainian territory and with Ukrainian hands. It is a dramatic situation, but it is so.” “Unprecedented” Sanctions and “Incredible Information Warfare” by western powers.

He has ridiculed Western plans that, after two months of war, the Kremlin would face opposition from millions of people within the country. “The opposite happened. There has been a dramatic increase in social integration and support for the president,” he said.

According to Kiriyenko, the current situation after the annexation of Crimea to the Ukrainian peninsula is reminiscent of 2014, only now around the “Donabs consensus”. by announcing “Special Military Operations”russian president, Vladimir PutinThe defense of the Russian population of the Donbes was used as a pretext, but since then, the Russian army has opened a land corridor to the south. Ukraine To connect Russian territory with Crimea.

In nearly three months of military intervention, Russian Army Donbs. far from conqueringAlthough it is supposed to completely “liberate” Azovstal, a symbol of Ukrainian resistance. Mariupol, Russian officials have passed laws to downplay criticism of the military operation in Ukraine, which has led to an increase in the deportations of some of the most important Kremlin figures.

according to the norms of

trust project

know more

About the Author

The co-owner & marketing chief of "The Business News", Sravya is also good at Writing and communicating. she has good networking skills. she is really passionate about publishing quality news articles. - - You can reach Her at Facebook:- @sai.sravya.3910

Leave A Response