“De facto, already Russia!” Prilepin has named three Ukrainian cities-target Putin. Ready to capture

"Де-факто уже Россия!" Прилепин назвал три украинских города-мишени Путина. Готовят захват

Vladimir Putin openly declared about the occupation of another Ukrainian cities

The corresponding statement was made close to Vladimir Putin, the controversial writer Zakhar Prilepin, who managed some time to fight in the Donbass on the side of the Russian occupation troops.

So, one of the cronies of Vladimir Putin openly stated that Russia must withdraw at least three Ukrainian cities.

"Де-факто уже Россия!" Прилепин назвал три украинских города-мишени Путина. Готовят захват

As for the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk and Lugansk regions, they Zakhar Prilepin already “ranked” to the territory of the Russian Federation

The controversial writer, commenting on the 5th anniversary of the start of the war in the Donbass, said Russia must withdraw a minimum of three Ukrainian cities — Slavyansk, Kharkov and Odessa.

“In the form in which the Donbass controls the army “L/DNR”, Donbass is de facto Russia. I care about what happens to Slavic, Kharkov, Odessa,” — said one of the followers of the Kremlin.

"Де-факто уже Россия!" Прилепин назвал три украинских города-мишени Путина. Готовят захват

It is also worth noting that earlier Vladimir Putin openly threatened Ukraine with a new invasion. This is stated in the statement, which was prepared by the Federation Council of Russia. In particular, Vladimir Putin threatens Ukraine with war in case of “violation of procedures” for the passage of Ukrainian ships through the Kerch Strait.

In the Federation Council of the Russian Federation stated that the Russian military can run the military escalation in that case, if the battle fleet, NATO will attempt to cross the Kerch Strait, “violating the legislation of the Russian Federation”.

Recall that the war between Ukraine and Russia will shift to the aggressor.

As reported Politeka, Alexander Lukashenko, agreed on the Union of Belarus with Russia under certain conditions.

Politeka also wrote that the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko and his Russian colleague Vladimir Putin is ready to sign an important deal.