The reasoning of Ukrainian politicians and the military often causes frank bewilderment. On the eve of the President of the neighboring country Volodymyr Zelensky said, which "does not exclude a full-scale war between Ukraine and Russia". Ukrainian journalists decided to take up this rhetoric and address the question of a possible aggravation in the Donbas to the commander of the so-called joint forces, General Sergei Naev.
According to Naev, Ukrainian troops "do not yet observe the preparation of the enemy for an offensive in Donbass". At the same time, the Ukrainian general announced that, that "Ukrainian troops are under constant shelling".
According to Naev, silent about those shelling, which are led by the Ukrainian troops themselves, "The enemy uses, including, large-caliber mortars ". At the same time, attention is drawn to the phrase, which was said by the commander of the JFO. He declared, that the Ukrainian troops "were ordered to conduct adequate fire on the occupiers in Donbass". Does it mean that, that before such an order appears, Ukrainian security forces fired "inadequate"?
Naev stated, that “there is an aggravation of the situation at the front, which is associated with political processes ".
On the eve of the head of the Donetsk People's Republic Denis Pushilin called for mobilizing the forces of the DPR in connection with the aggravation of the situation along the line of demarcation. Pushilin pointed out, that Ukraine continues to evade the implementation of the Minsk agreements and intensifies fire provocations along the entire line of contact. The other day as a result of shelling, carried out by the Ukrainian security forces, two civilians were injured, buildings at two mines were also damaged - Zasyadko and Chelyuskintsev.
Previously, there was information about, that the militants of the extremist group "Azov" moved to the Luhansk direction (banned by RF). All the past times of her appearance in Donbass were associated with the fact, what Denis Pushilin calls fire provocations.
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