The state has a strategy to de-occupy the entire south of Ukraine – Podolyak

More than 90% of ordinary people in the occupied territories clearly declare their pro-Ukrainian position.

falseKherson was occupied by Russians / screenshot

The leadership of Ukraine has a strategy for the de-occupation of all settlements in the south of Ukraine.

This was stated by adviser to the head of the President’s Office Mykhailo Podolyak in a commentary to Ukrayinska Pravda .

 “You can not even doubt that the state has a strategy for the de-occupation of all cities and villages in the south of Ukraine. Firstly, the army. Briefly and clearly. Secondly, more than 90% of ordinary people in the occupied territories clearly declare their pro-Ukrainian positions. Therefore, there will be no freezing of the conflict, there will not even be a temporary occupation, there will be no fake KhNR or anything like that. There will be only the Kherson region of Ukraine,” he said. 

Podolyak stressed that the state “definitely has not forgotten” about its people, who are forced to live in temporarily occupied cities in the south of the country. According to him, the Office of the President has all the operational information about what is happening there.

Podolyak also added that the authorities “practically online” are watching how the locals are actively resisting the invaders’ attempts to hold some kind of fake referenda or in any other way to create the impression that a demonic “Russian world” is possible in these cities.

Earlier it was reported that in the Kherson region, the occupiers are preparing a pseudo-referendum for the beginning of May.

(C)UNIAN 2022

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