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Ukraine pushed Putin’s army back to the Russian border, Zelensky said – still do not understand, who are we?

Kyiv : More than six months have passed since the war between Russia and Ukraine. It is clear that this war is not going according to Putin’s mind. Ukrainian forces on Sunday retaliated in the eastern part of the country, forcing Russian forces to retreat. On Monday, Ukraine continued its retaliation in the war against Russia, claiming it had liberated villages one after the other. Ukraine says it has carried out a surprise operation in one area, pushing the attackers back to the border. Earlier on Saturday, Russia’s Defense Ministry admitted that it was withdrawing its troops from two places in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

“In some areas, our defenders have reached the state border with the Russian Federation,” said Ole Sinihubov, regional governor of northeastern Kharkiv. It is noteworthy that on 24 February, the first day of the attack, Russian troops crossed the border into this area. Russia acknowledged the military developments, saying it was regrouping. It has been difficult to independently verify military claims throughout the war. On the one hand there is the Russian media controlled by the Kremlin which is claiming Putin’s victory, while the Western newspapers are showing Ukraine in a strong position.

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The mayor said – you are a hero
Ukrainian officials also said that electricity and water supply in the Kharkiv region had been restored by about 80 percent, after Russian attacks on power stations and other infrastructure on Sunday caused power outages across Ukraine. Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov wrote on Telegram, ‘You are a hero. Thanks to everyone who did everything possible to bring city life to normal as soon as possible during the difficult night for Kharkiv.’

‘You don’t understand, who are we?’
The General Staff of Ukraine’s armed forces said its troops had liberated more than 20 settlements in the past day. President Volodymyr Zelensky on Sunday once again challenged Russia, saying, ‘Do you still think you can scare us, break us, force us? Did you really not understand anything? I don’t understand who are we? what we stand for? What are we talking about?’



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