Ukranians Begin the Fight For Their Right to Exist as Free People

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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Monday that Russia had begun fighting in the Donbas after reorganizing ahead of a planned offensive in the eastern part of the country. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said Russia had launched a long-feared large-scale offensive to gain control of the east and west of the country.

Ukrainian officials said that Russia launched a terrifying all-out offensive to gain control of eastern Ukraine on Monday, hitting a broad front stretching more than 480 kilometers, marking the beginning of a new potential high point in the war.

The long-awaited Russian offensive in the Donbas region has begun. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Monday, opening a decisive second phase of the war centered on a territorial battle in eastern Ukraine.

Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine Oleksiy Danilov said that Russian troops attacked almost the entire front line in the Donbas and Kharkiv, breaking through into two small settlements.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian army said that the forces of Russian President Vladimir Putin are intensifying their offensive in the Lugansk and Donetsk regions, which are part of the Donbas, as well as in the Zaporizhzhia region.

After weeks of their assaults on Kyiv being held back, Russian commanders are now refocusing their efforts in the Donetsk and Lugansk territories and other regions of Ukraine’s eastern flank Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky yesterday called the Battle of Donbas.

Russia launched its long-feared, full-scale ground offensive to take control of Ukraine’s east on Monday, attacking along a broad front over 300 miles (480 kilometers) long, Ukrainian officials said in what marked the opening of a new and potentially climactic phase of the war.

“The Russian troops have begun the battle for the Donbas,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced in a video address. He said a “significant part of the entire Russian army is now concentrated on this offensive.”

The Donbas is Ukraine’s primarily Russian-speaking industrial heartland in the east. Moscow-backed separatists have been fighting Ukrainian forces for the past eight years and have declared two independent republics that Russia has recognized.

In recent weeks, the Kremlin declared the capture of the Donbas its primary goal of the war after it attempt to storm Kyiv failed. After withdrawing from the capital, Russia began regrouping and reinforcing its ground troops in the east for an all-out offensive.   “

In a video message on Monday evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy warned that Vladimir Putin’s troops had “long been preparing” for an attack on the Donbas after failing to take Kyiv. In a video message, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that “a significant part of the entire Russian army is now focused on terrible Russia.”

Moscow launched dozens of airstrikes overnight in eastern Ukraine, its defense ministry said Tuesday, with a senior Russian diplomat admitting that the country is raging with fighting in the Donbas. LVIV, Ukraine.

Russia appeared on Monday to launch a planned ground offensive in eastern Ukraine as Moscow stepped up rocket and artillery strikes across the country in one of the most significant strikes in recent weeks.

The Russian Defense Ministry said “precision-guided missiles” hit 13 Ukrainian positions in parts of Donbas, including the critical city of Slovyansk. In contrast, other airstrikes “hit 60 Ukrainian military units,” including in towns close to the eastern front line.

I’m so proud to live in the United States Of America. Here we can say what we want against the President, like, I don’t like him, without being jailed or having a law written by many yes men to make it against the law for any of our freedoms. The Ukrainians will persevere.

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