The longest month in life: Ukrainians online remember the events of February
Ukrainians on February 1st remember the events of this month in 2022. Almost a year ago, Russia made a full-scale invasion of our state. They note the impression that the last month of winter is endless.
Network users note that February began today, but for Ukrainians it never ended.Channel 24 gathered further reactions and memories of people.
February that continues
Yes, February 24 remains a dark day in the history of many Ukrainians. In the morning, Russia carried out a full-scale attack on Ukraine. That day was the first massive rocket attack. The invaders fired more than 60 rockets, and alarms and explosions were heard in many regions.
Historian Vladimir Vyatrovich wrote that February is the shortest month of the year, but turned out to be the longest in life.
February has not ended yet, but it is already starting again, – they write on the net.
Ukrainians remember that February was really furious not only in 2022. In February 2014, there were bloody events of the Revolution of Dignity and the beginning of the occupation of Crimea.
People also remember how at the beginning of February 2022 they did not believe that there would be a full-scale war. They were convinced that the maximum that can be expected is an escalation in the Donbass.
The threat of a new Russian attack: in short
- Analysts suggest that Russia in February-March 2023 will carry out a new offensive. The enemy planned to mobilize 200,000 troops, who could be thrown into the so-called “revenge”.
- Military expert Alexander Musienko believes that one of the potential areas where Russia could launch new attacks is the north of Lugansk and Kharkiv regions.< /li>
- Head of the Lugansk OVA Serhiy Gaidai noted that the Russians still hope to reach the administrative borders of Donetsk and Luhansk regions
- President Volodymyr Zelensky commented on a possible re-offensive of the occupiers. He stressed that Ukraine now needs the support of partners. However, according to him, Russia did not stop revenge in the Donbass.