Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is in Samarkand, Uzbekistan to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit, Friday, said Russia will continue its offensive in Ukraine’s Donbass, regardless of Kyiv’s attempts to counterattack. Speaking to reporters, the Russian president also said that the plan for a “special military operation”, as Moscow refers to its invasion, remains the same and will not change.




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Putin accused Ukraine of attempting “terrorist attacks” on Russian territory, including in the vicinity of nuclear power plants | Photo: Sergey Bobylev | Source: Reuters

“The plan for the special military operation is not subject to modification,” Putin said. Kyiv has threatened that Russian forces may launch larger attacks in Ukraine than they have so far.

The Russian armed forces launched several major strikes in Ukraine. Let’s just say they were warning shots. If the situation continues like this, our response will be more serious.”


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He added that the entire Russian army is not fighting in Ukraine, it is fighting soldiers only on the basis of a contractual relationship. Basic service soldiers also serve in the Russian Armed Forces.

On Friday, Putin accused Ukraine of attempting “terrorist attacks” on Russian soil, including near nuclear power plants.

At the same time, Russia itself has been the target of international criticism for a long time after its forces occupied the Ukrainian Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

Kyiv and Moscow accuse each other of continuing attacks on it, and the IAEA has so far unsuccessfully requested the creation of a demilitarized zone around the vast facility.

Putin blames Ukraine for suppressing Russians

Moscow has long explained the invasion of Ukraine as its forced response to the threat posed to Russia by a “Western-dominated party.” Ukraine, blaming Kyiv for several years of suppressing the Russian-speaking population of Donbass.


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And Putin himself in February, when the offensive began, spoke of the need to “disarm” and “disarm” the neighboring country.

The Russian war in Ukraine has left thousands dead and devastated Ukrainian cities, but observers say Russian forces have failed to achieve their stated goals.

However, reports of Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure and residential areas continue to come from Ukraine on a daily basis.

In recent weeks, the Ukrainian side launched a counterattack in southern and northeastern Ukraine, forcing the Russian forces to retreat.

So far, Moscow has not used the words counterattack or counterattack in connection with Ukraine’s advance, explaining the liberation of the Kharkiv region by Ukraine and the withdrawal of its soldiers as a rearrangement of Russian forces.

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