In the near future, Russian troops may be surrounded in Liman – Arestovich (video)

Ludmila Zhernovskaya 23:30, 09/19/22 UNIAN

The Armed Forces of Ukraine liberated several settlements towards him.

Arestovich spoke about the situation at the front / photo from UNIAN
Arestovich spoke about the situation at the front / photo from UNIAN

In the near future, the Armed Forces of Ukraine may surround the city of Liman in the Donetsk region.

Oleksiy Arestovich, adviser to the Office of the President of Ukraine, announced this in a conversation with Russian human rights activist Mark Feigin on YouTube.

According to him, the Ukrainian army already has two footholds on the left bank of the Oskol River.

In addition, Ukrainian troops liberated several settlements in the direction of Liman. The adviser to the Office of the President did not name them. 

“The advance is also on the left bank, the advance is also moving towards the Liman. At such a pace, within a short time, the Liman can fly into the encirclement or be taken, and then the operational space opens up to Svatovo,” Arestovich said.

https://www.unian.net/player/g2xgNHYt

In the near future, the Armed Forces of Ukraine may surround the city of Liman in the Donetsk region

He also commented on the news that the head of the “DPR” Denis Pushilin suggested that the leader of the “LPR” Leonid Pasechnik join forces to prepare for a pseudo-referendum  on the entry of the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions into the Russian Federation.

“One can only imagine how shitty they are doing militarily if they are trying to ensure the inviolability of conditional borders with the status of Russian territory,” Arestovich added.

Earlier it was reported that the Ukrainian army has been  controlling the left bank of the Oskol River in the Kharkiv region since September 17.

https://www.unian.net/war/v-blizhayshee-vremya-voyska-rf-mogut-popast-v-okruzhenie-v-limane-arestovich-video-11985066.html

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