The silence of Russia’s televisions about the defeat of Lyman does not hide the principle of reality, which is beginning to make its way even on official channels, therefore – and Vladimir Solovyov spoke these phrases last night – in the near future “we should not expect good news.” Those who admit that there are problems at the front attribute them exclusively to the last generation of weapons that NATO sends to the troops in Kyiv, literally respecting the narrative of the new command.
On the Pervi channel, war correspondent Dmitry Kolko turned reality and explained that “in the past month, since Kyiv announced its offensive on Lysechansk, the 20-kilometer front line has turned into a cemetery for Ukrainian fighters.” NTV correspondent Anatoly Mayorov quoted Lyman, but in ambiguous terms.
“Kyiv sent its most capable units to the Lyman massacre, where we were forced to retreat to different positions due to the threat of a siege,” he said in his correspondence. Russia 1 has come close to reality on the battlefield: envoy Yevgeny Poddubny said that Russian forces are trying to establish new defensive lines in Kremena “to prevent formations of the Kyiv regime from building on their success” and advancing towards Severodonetsk.
The chief publicist, Dmitry Kiselyov, admitted, in a completely different expression from the usual, a “difficult” situation in the Donbass, while insisting that the Russian forces continue to reject the desperate massacre committed by the Ukrainian army armed to the teeth with new Bourne weapons.” Deputy Chairman of the Defense Committee of the State Duma, Dmitry Sablin, who was invited as a guest, admitted that Russia urgently needed to” stop to regroup troops “, also due to the lack of means of all kinds, which had to deal with the enemy. Who has everything.
“We don’t watch a TV series. We can keep going to the end to see how the episode ends. This is real life. And in real life I would really like to attack Kyiv and bring it down in one day, but I realize that 300,000 men mobilized will need time to train.” , to coordinate their fight and to have everything they need to go into battle. This means that for a certain period of time, things will not be easy for us. Now we should not expect good news. We must arm ourselves with good faith and strategic patience. Against whom are we fighting? Satanism in its pure state,” Solovyov said last night, tracing the shocking references Putin used in his Friday speech to a principled expectation, however, of reality.
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