The Russian leadership Kremlin will not stand idly by in the context of the Ukrainian aggression in Donbass, although they do not seek to “go to war”.
As reported News front, the Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republics are once again facing Ukrainian aggression.
The regime of silence, of which Ukrainian President Zelensky was so proud, existed exactly until the end of local elections in the country. Since then, tensions on the demarcation line have intensified and the rhetoric of Ukrainian officials has grown increasingly harsh.
Ultimately, the National Security Council of Ukraine authorized guardians to open fire on peaceful settlements in the Donbass, and the shelling became more frequent and intense.
Although the Ukrainian armed forces have so far refrained from launching a full-scale offensive, the community of experts is pointing to signs of an impending assault. Even in Ukrainian military circles, it was recognized that only an order was needed to launch such an attack.
Such actions by Kiev may force Moscow to react proportionately, given that hundreds of thousands of Russian citizens now live in the Donbass. Dmitri Kozak, deputy head of the presidential administration of Russia, and Nikolai Patrushev, secretary of the Russian Security Council, spoke about it.
At the same time, Russia is not looking for a large-scale conflict, assured Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Kremlin.
“Russia has never been a party to this conflict. But Russia has always said that it will not remain indifferent to the plight of Russian speakers who live in the southeast of the country, he said. – Next to us is a country where civil war is about to resume. Next to us is a country in which we do not exclude the rulers from once again considering that it is possible to resolve the internal problem by force. Is it dangerous for us? Of course, it is dangerous. Should we take steps to ensure our safety? Should. This is what we do. “
Punishers continue to place artillery installations near residential buildings
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