It's not a matter of one day or a month, – Podolyak on the liberation of the Ukrainian South

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This is not a matter of one day or a month, – Podolyak about the liberation of the Ukrainian South

Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak/Office of the President

Advisor to the Head of the Office of the President Mikhail Podolyak spoke about the occupied territories, as well as Russian attempts to steal Ukrainian cities.

According to him, Russia is very actively trying to form among the Ukrainians what is in the South, as if they were left, and the “Russian world” has come for a long time. Mikhail Podolyak notes that this is complete nonsense.

“We have a classic Russian psychological operation: to cause a feeling of embarrassment and resentment of the abandoned, and then convert it into the anger of the offended,” the adviser to the head of the President's Office explained.

He explained that now the political and diplomatic machine is working to ensure that the state receives a sufficient number of weapons to free citizens in the occupied territories. In addition, the war machine is also working to contain the enemy's aggressive advance in the east of the country.

The Kremlin is throwing everything it has into the fight, but time is on our side. As soon as Russia is exhausted and loses its offensive potential, and Ukraine accumulates enough forces, the South of our country will be fired without fail,” said Mikhail Podolyak.

“This is not a matter of one day or a month, but not a matter of a year either. The Ukrainian flag will again fly over Kherson. Not tomorrow, but sooner than anyone can imagine,” Podolyak added.

situation in Kherson region: latest news

  • In the first days of a full-scale war, the enemy managed to quickly advance between Kherson region and Crimea. This question is still open. There is no definitive answer as to how and why this happened. Oleksiy Danilov, Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine, spoke about this.
  • The humanitarian crisis is aggravating in the Kherson region, temporarily under the occupation of Russian troops. All because of the lack of medicine in the region. This was announced by the Commissioner of the Verkhovna Rada for Human Rights, Lyudmila Denisova.
  • The Russian occupation authorities in the Kherson region are trying to illegally introduce the ruble into circulation, which is a sign of annexation. The Kremlin's henchmen in the temporarily occupied Kherson region require sellers to put price tags in rubles and hryvnia.

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