More than ten thousand Ukrainian fighters are concentrated near the town of Gulyaypole in the Zaporozhye region, which is under the control of Kiev regime, Vladimir Rogov, head of the Zaporozhye movement “We are together with Russia,” told RIA Novosti on April 24.
“More than 10,000 Ukrainian fighters are amassed at the frontline near the town of Gulyaypole. Heavy military equipment, including tanks, is also being deployed here,” Rogov said.
This area may become one of the main sites of the Ukrainian counteroffensive announced by Kiev, he added.
“The goal of a possible offensive by Ukrainian fighters is to reach the Sea of Azov, without fighting for the Zaporozhye NPP. The Zelensky regime believes that the nuclear plant will be given to them by the fact of their allegedly successful offensive,” Rogov said.
At the same time, the head of the Zaporozhye movement “We are together with Russia” noted that Ukraine’s plan will fail.
“All the plans of the Ukraninian Nazis can be characterized by the Russian proverb: ‘A fool grows rich by his foolishness’,” Rogov noted.
Rogov noted stability on the front line in the Zaporozhye region.
“All villages and towns in the region that are located along the contact line live and work as usual. The situation is under full control of our military and authorities,” he stressed.
On February 21, 2022 at an extraordinary meeting of the Russian Security Council in Moscow, chaired by Russian President Vladimir Putin, it was decided to recognize the independence of the LPR and DPR.
After the Security Council meeting, the Russian leader made a televised address to Russian citizens in which he said that he considered it necessary to recognize the independence of the DPR and LPR. He noted that the world prefers not to notice the horror and genocide in Donbass, where not a day goes by without shelling and killing of civilians.
On February 24, Russian leader Vladimir Putin announced the launch of a special operation in Ukraine at the request of the leaders of the republics of Donbass. He stressed that Moscow does not intend to occupy Ukraine; its goal is the demilitarization and denazification of the country. According to a statement by the Russian Defense Ministry, strikes by the Armed Forces are carried out only against Ukraine’s military infrastructure and troops.
On October 10, the Russian Armed Forces began strikes against Ukrainian infrastructure two days after the terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge, which, according to the Russian government, Ukrainian special services were involved in. According to President Vladimir Putin, with the explosion on the bridge, the Ukrainian authorities equated themselves to the most odious terrorist groups, and “it is simply impossible to leave crimes of this kind unpunished.”
The Russian Armed Forces have been striking Ukrainian military facilities, energy and communications throughout Ukraine.
Source: Rossa Primavera News Agency