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Alyona Mazurenko - Friday, 20 May 2022, 23:55
The Head of Luhansk Oblast Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, considers the statements of Russian Minister of Defence, Serhiy Shoigu, regarding the plans to seize the Luhansk region, to be "nonsense". According to Haidai, Shoigu does not understand the real state of affairs in the Russian army.
Source: Serhii Haidai, Head of Luhansk Oblast Military Administration, on Telegram
Quote: "According to Shoigu's statement, the Ruscists will allegedly take control of Luhansk Oblast 'soon', 'in the near future' - so much for a defence minister, if he doesn't understand the timeframe of his 'military operations’. At war with the ‘pros’!
The nonsense voiced today is only to distract the Russians from understanding the real state of affairs, that their Ruscist army is losing.
The ‘Secand Army of Ze World’ is Soviet equipment in reserve with nothing to fuel it. Thanks to Shoigu for his yacht, [bought] instead of maintaining the Russian army.
The orcs [Russian troops - ed.] have not achieved any victories and dread our counteroffensive, which will be accompanied by a process to de-occupy our territories. All of our territories."
Details: According to Serhii Haidai, the task of the Luhansk region is to repulse the aggressors for as long as possible.
The Head of the Oblast Military Administration believes that the counteroffensive of the Ukrainian army may begin in June.
According to him, the Luhansk region is currently the hottest spot in Ukraine, the region is holding back the aggressors from advancing further into other regions.
In particular, the aggressors are still planning to go on the offensive again in Bilohorivka.
Haidai also added that the evacuation of civilians was scheduled for 21 May.
Sergei Shoigu, Russian Minister of Defence, has assured that Russia would soon occupy the entire Luhansk region, and it would form new military units in the west of the country in response to the intention of Sweden and Finland to join NATO.