“Luhansk People’s Republic” leader says Ukrainian troops draw closer but “no reasons to panic”


Leonid Pasichnyk, leader of the self-proclaimed “Luhansk People’s Republic” (“LPR”), said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have drawn closer to the “borders” of the “LPR”, but there are “no reasons to panic”. 

Source: TASS, a Russian propaganda news outlet, quoting Pasichnyk

Quote from Pasichnyk: “The situation is very tense. The enemy made an attempt to advance along the entire front. Throughout most of today, [the enemy forces] were stationed close to the LPR borders. I want to reassure everyone that there are absolutely no reasons to panic. Life in the republic continues as usual.”

Previously: The Armed Forces of Ukraine have liberated a total of 388 settlements with a total population of over 150,000 people since 6 September.



  1. “Luhansk People’s Republic” (“LPR”), said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine have drawn closer to the “borders” of the “LPR”, but there are “no reasons to panic”.

    I would bet my mortgage that this piece of shit already has his suitcase packed, and will be the first to leave once the liberation of Luhansk is underway.

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  2. In addition, information is spreading among the personnel of Russia’s 14th Separate Special Operations Brigade that one of the “special military operation” stages” should be completed by December 1, 2022. After that, the plan is to withdraw regular units of Russian military personnel from part of the occupied territories. These territories will probably be transferred under the control of the “volunteer battalions,” most likely the 1st (Donetsk) and 2nd (Luhansk) Army Corps.

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  3. No, anyone who was loyal to Ukraine will not panic. They are waiting in anticipation. But, all the rest of the cockroaches can start seeing how they can escape. The big bugs and their families have already fled.

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