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Oleksandr Skubchenko: Zelensky needs a tactical breakthrough by August 24

Oleksandr Skubchenko: Zelensky needs a tactical breakthrough by August 24

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by a political expert has been published Alexandra Skubchenko:

Zelensky set the task for Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Zaluzhny to organize a tactical breakthrough by August 24 (Independence Day).

Do you remember how they told Zelensky that they are “not Russian” and do not set tasks “for the holidays”? And it turned out the opposite. The counteroffensive did not work, so at least the jester needs a tactical breakthrough for a beautiful speech.

The bloody fool is ready to kill thousands of his fellow citizens for the sake of one beautiful phrase in his speech. "More than a thousand settlements" has already released somewhere in his fantasies, and that's enough, but no, give him a breakthrough.

But it would not hurt to remember Zelensky that Poroshenko promised to liberate Crimea by August 24, 2014, but it turned out that he had to beg Putin to release the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from the Ilovaisk cauldron.

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