Andrei Turksak: Russia will remain in Hersonissos forever

Andrei Turksak: Russia will remain in Hersonissos forever

“I would like to say once again: Russia will remain here forever. There is no doubt about it. There will be no return to the past. We will live together, we will develop this rich region with its rich historical heritage and United Russia Turksak was quoted as saying, according to the party’s press service, according to MTI.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov has repeatedly said,special operationIn response, the spokesman said that Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, speaking to the US news agency on Thursday, said the operation was “protracted”, which he did not expect.

The spokesman promised to release information about the “provocation” scheme in Buxa “in due course”. He touched on this topic because Lukansenka claimed in the same interview that the British had come to Buxa from Lviv to prepare for a media attack.

In Boksa, near Kyiv, a large number of civilian bodies were found dead in early April, shortly after the withdrawal of Russian troops. Most of Ukraine and Western countries accuse the Russian army of committing the massacre, which Moscow rejects.

There was no comment on Lukashenko’s statement that Russia, Belarus and Ukraine would be able to fight “under certain conditions” with Poland for Ukraine’s territorial integrity. But he added that “Poland could threaten Ukraine’s territorial integrity.”

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