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Panic in Crimea will continue to grow

Sep 28, 2023

Panic moods on the Crimean peninsula will intensify in the future.


The adviser to the head of the President's Office, Mykhailo Podolyak, informed about this on the air of the Yedyni Novyny telethon, the correspondent of Ukrinform reports.

"Panic moods are a difficult issue. The Russian Federation is in a state of panic for life. That's why they threaten everyone. To compensate for their panicked moods, they always talk about the fact that we will now go somewhere, do something, and so on. And these panicky moods in Crimea will gradually develop," he said.

According to him, for this, it is necessary to increase the intensity of fire impact on what is happening in Crimea.

"We saw yesterday, and we see today, that this influence is increasing. And we already have enough tools for that. Crimea is gradually coming under key fire control from Ukraine," Podolyak informed.

The adviser to the head of the OP noted that the Russians currently live in Crimea under the expectation of attacks, under sirens, and understand that Crimea is a territory of great danger for them and that the airspace is no longer so powerfully controlled by them.

He stated that the Russians do not have a railway, for example, a connection through such cities as Melitopol, Berdyansk, etc., to the Rostov region.

"And the main thing - 80% - provision - goes precisely through Crimea. There is a huge infrastructure of storage capacities in the Russian Federation. "Crimea today is the key to significantly reducing the fighting capacity of the Russian occupation groups," said Podolyak.

According to him, one of the strategic tasks for Ukraine is to cut off the key direction of ensuring the Russian occupation group. That is, as the adviser to the head of the OP explained, it is about taking under fire control, in particular, the Kerch Strait, and destroying the huge warehouse infrastructure.

He noted that the Russian Federation currently wants not to lose the war, but it is necessary to be aware of the fact that it must lose, and this is the only chance to come to some rules of the game after the war.

Separately, Podolyak expressed the opinion that historically Ukraine has already been recorded as one of the greatest countries of the 21st century.

"Ukraine has already proven that it can pay the highest price (for its right to exist - ed.). And today, it seems to me, there are few countries that are ready to pay such a price for the right to be themselves", - believes the adviser to the head of the OP.

Author - Serhii Kolomiets, 28/09/2023

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