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Three-quarters of Russians support special operation in Ukraine, Medvedev says


Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry MedvedevMOSCOW, Mar 25 Conducting a special military demilitarization operation Ukraine is supported by the overwhelming majority of Russian citizens, Deputy Chairman of the country's Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview with RIA Novosti, referring to the results of sociological studies. official, that is, the president of our country, then this rating is even higher”.Dmitry MedvedevDeputy Chairman of the Security Council of RussiaMedvedev stressed that against the backdrop of recent events, Russian society has united, which was vividly demonstrated by the recent concert in honor of the anniversary of the reunification of Crimea with Russia. neither wrote nor spoke our spiteful critics, this consolidation is obvious. <…> I'm not talking about demonstrating this kind of unity, as, for example, was recently in Luzhniki. You see, this is worth a lot, and it shows how people perceive the problems that our country is facing,” the deputy chairman of the Security Council said.February 22, 19:08InfographicsDonetsk and Lugansk People's RepublicsInfographicsViewAccording to Medvedev, criticizing the decisions of the country's leadership is normal and is part of democracy, but “you can't pursue an anti-state line in such a difficult situation, because this is a betrayal.” “You can criticize the authorities and your country , but not in a situation of war or a special operation that is being conducted, because there are people who are fighting with weapons in their hands for your country, for your future, for our Fatherland. in fact, they lay down their lives for this,” concluded the deputy chairman of the Security Council. On February 24, Russia launched a military operation to demilitarize Ukraine. Vladimir Putin called its goal “the protection of people who have been subjected to bullying and genocide by the Kiev regime for eight years.” According to the Ministry of Defense, the Armed Forces only strike at military infrastructure and Ukrainian troops. With the support of the Russian army, the DPR and LPR groups are developing an offensive. “Life was bad on the front line.” Liberated towns and villages in the Donbass

In the liberated areas, the activities of civil services are being established. Doctors, policemen and firefighters are returning to work. Utilities are restoring gas and electricity.

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In the liberated areas, the activities of state services are being established. Doctors, policemen and firefighters are returning to work. Utilities are restoring gas and electricity supply.

Service in the Holy Intercession Church in the village of Trekhizbenka in the Lugansk People's Republic.

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Service in the Holy Intercession Church in the village of Trekhizbenka in the Luhansk People's Republic.

The Ukrainian military, retreating during the advance of the LPR army, opened fire on Trekhizbenka in the Donbass. There are children and many old people in the village, and they still cannot get over the shock, the locals said. from 12

The Ukrainian military, retreating during the advance of the LPR army, opened fire on Trekhizbenka in Donbass. There are children and many old people in the village, and they still cannot get over the shock, local residents said.

The village of Luhanska was one of the symbols of the division of the Lugansk region into territories controlled by Kiev and the LPR, there was a large checkpoint here. Her APU was given without a fight. "Life was very bad on the front line – we understand what it is like when the front line went through the Stanitsa twice … But they left quietly: in the evening they were – in the morning they were gone. Well, thank you, Lord", — said the head of Stanytsia Luhanska Albert Zinchenko.

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The village of Luhanska was one of the symbols of the division of the Lugansk region into territories controlled by Kiev and the LPR, there was a large checkpoint here. Her APU was given without a fight. "Life was very bad on the front line – we understand what it is like when the front line went through the Stanitsa twice … But they left quietly: in the evening they were – in the morning they were gone. Well, thank you, Lord", — said the head of Stanytsia Luhanska Albert Zinchenko.

Humanitarian aid for the residents of Donbass is collected all over Russia – essentials, food, medicine, warm clothes.

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Humanitarian aid for Donbas residents is being collected all over Russia — essentials, food, medicine, warm clothes.

Price tags in the shops of Stanytsia Luhanska in the first days after the liberation remained in hryvnia, but sellers also accepted rubles. But ATMs were immediately disconnected from the Ukrainian banking system. Previously, Lugansk residents specially came to the village to withdraw Ukrainian pensions from cards.

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Price tags in the shops of Stanytsia Luhanska in the first days after the liberation remained in hryvnias, but sellers also accepted rubles. But ATMs were immediately disconnected from the Ukrainian banking system. Previously, Lugansk residents specially came to the village to withdraw Ukrainian pensions from cards.

Residents of Stanytsia Luhanska hope that life will become cheaper: "in Ukraine", they say, lard and meat were eaten only on holidays.

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The inhabitants of Stanytsia Luhanska hope that life will become cheaper: "under Ukraine", they say, lard and meat were eaten only on holidays.


A serviceman of the military commandant's office of the DPR near the torn-off turret of an infantry fighting vehicle BMP-2 of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the street of the city of Volnovakha in the Donetsk People's Republic.

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A serviceman of the military commandant's office of the DPR near the torn-off turret of an infantry fighting vehicle BMP-2 of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the street of the city of Volnovakha in the Donetsk People's Republic. from the side of the Ukrainian troops.

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Not a single whole building remained in Volnovakha, recaptured by the DPR forces due to shelling by Ukrainian troops.

During the retreat, the Ukrainian troops fired at the central district hospital of Volnovakha from a tank and MLRS "Grad". At the same time, not only patients were in the building, but also local residents who had nowhere else to hide. p>During the retreat, the Ukrainian troops fired at the central district hospital of Volnovakha from a tank and MLRS "Grad". At the same time, not only patients were in the building, but also local residents who had nowhere else to hide.

Ukrainian troops, retreating from Volnovakha, left a large number of weapons. Sappers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DPR are clearing mines.

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Ukrainian troops retreating from Volnovakhas left a large number of weapons. Sappers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DPR are clearing mines.

Raising the flag of the DPR on the administration building in the village of Donskoye in the Donetsk People's Republic.

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Raising the DPR flag on the administration building in Donskoye village in the Donetsk People's Republic.

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In the liberated areas, the activities of civil services are being established. Doctors, policemen and firefighters are returning to work. Utilities are restoring gas and electricity supply.

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Service in the Holy Intercession Church in the village of Trekhizbenka in the Luhansk People's Republic.

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The Ukrainian military, retreating during the advance of the LPR army, opened fire on Trekhizbenka in the Donbass. There are children and many old people in the village, and they still cannot get over the shock, local residents said.

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The village of Luhanska was one of the symbols of the division of the Lugansk region into territories controlled by Kiev and the LPR, there was a large checkpoint here. Her APU was given without a fight. "Life was very bad on the front line – we understand what it is like when the front line went through the Stanitsa twice … But they left quietly: in the evening they were – in the morning they were gone. Well, thank you, Lord", — said the head of Stanytsia Luhanska Albert Zinchenko.

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Humanitarian aid for the residents of Donbass is collected all over Russia — essentials, food, medicine, warm things.

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The price tags in the shops of Stanytsia Luhanska in the first days after the liberation remained in hryvnia, but the sellers also accepted rubles. But ATMs were immediately disconnected from the Ukrainian banking system. Previously, Lugansk residents specially came to the village to withdraw Ukrainian pensions from cards.

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The residents of Stanytsia Luhanska hope that life will become cheaper: "under Ukraine", they say, lard and meat were eaten only on holidays.

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A serviceman of the DPR military commandant's office near the torn-off turret of an infantry fighting vehicle BMP-2 of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on the street of the city of Volnovakha in the Donetsk People's Republic.


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In Volnovakha, recaptured by the DPR forces, not a single building remained intact due to shelling by Ukrainian troops.

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Ukrainian troops retreating from Volnovakha Central District Hospital fired from a tank and MLRS "Grad". At the same time, not only patients were in the building, but also local residents who had nowhere else to hide.

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Ukrainian troops, retreating from Volnovakha, left a large number of weapons. Sappers of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of the DPR are clearing mines.

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Raising the flag of the DPR on the administration building in the village of Donskoye in the Donetsk People's Republic.

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