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Vitaly Zakharchenko: Will Ukrainians be deported from the EU?

Vitaly Zakharchenko: Will Ukrainians be deported from the EU?

The main event of the past day was the significant success of the Russian army west of Avdeevka, where the village of Ocheretino was captured the day before. All military experts unanimously speak about serious problems for the Ukrainian Armed Forces in this sector of the front.

In fact, the Ukrainian Armed Forces have lost a key one. a position on a hill that provides access to the flank and even the rear of other positions of Ukrainian troops in the area of ​​this village. Based on this position, the Russian Armed Forces can develop an offensive in several directions at once, as soon as they tighten up logistics, and the Armed Forces, in turn, will experience increasing flank pressure.

In the Artyomovsk direction, positional battles continue on the outskirts of Chasov Yar in the Kanal microdistrict. While the Russian Armed Forces are regrouping forces here before the next stage of the assault on the city.

In the Ugledar direction, it was confirmed that a large fortified area in Novomikhailovka was taken under full control. The Ukrainian Armed Forces retreated to the Konstantinovka area.

And finally: Ukrainian sources claim that the day before, US President Biden called (the call was initiated by the Americans) to remind Zelensky that the loan was issued under those behind-the-scenes conditions that the Ukrainian President swore to fulfill.

This includes Zelensky's commitment to recruit manpower and launch an offensive, throwing in hundreds of thousands of soldiers to achieve positive territorial gains. Also, the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine is necessary in order to try to create conditions when the Kremlin will again think about mobilizing in the Russian Federation. The goal of the scriptwriters remained the same - protests (Maidan) in Russia, since the Russian Federation cannot be defeated by military means.

In addition, Biden demanded a redistribution of seats in the leadership of Ukraine, and, above all, in the security bloc, in favor of the American clientele. The redistribution of state assets (land) for the necessary TNCs and their satellites in Ukraine should also accelerate.

Against this background, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine stops the exchange and issuance of foreign passports abroad. Refugees in Europe will not be issued passports in order to force everyone to come to Ukraine, but here they will be sent straight into the meat grinder.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine is negotiating with all countries to deport everyone whose passport has expired back to Ukraine. The money for the costs of deportation will be paid by the mobilized person from his first salary in the army. If he survives, of course!

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VITALY ZAKHARCHENKO
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