Ukraine hints on the imminent begin of the counteroffensive: “It’s time to offer yours again”

The Commander-in-Chief of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Valeri Zaluzhni, has hinted at first of the a lot talked about Ukrainian counter-offensive to recuperate the territories taken by Russia within the framework of the struggle, which started greater than fifteen months in the past.

Zaluzhni has shared on his official Telegram channel a video of Ukrainian troopers getting ready for struggle whereas reciting a prayer with overtones of struggle. “It’s time to offer yours again,” the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian Army headlines the publication.

His message comes on the identical time that the authorities of the Russian area of Pskov, bordering Belarus, Latvia and Estonia, have denounced a drone assault in opposition to the executive constructing of a gasoline firm within the metropolis of Litvinovo.

According to the governor of Pskov, Mikhail Vedernikov, two unmanned aerial automobiles appeared this Saturday morning within the airspace of Litvinovo, simply 5 kilometers from the border with Belarus and about 90 kilometers from Latvia.

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Zaluzhni’s message is available in a context marked by statements by the secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council, Oleksii Danilov, who assured this Saturday that the Ukrainian troops are already ready to launch the counteroffensive.

The Ukrainian authorities have commented in current weeks on the beginning of the counteroffensive, though the adviser to the Presidential Office, Mikhailo Podoliak, warned that this operation was not a one-day job, however somewhat a matter of time.

On the opposite hand, Ukrainian navy representatives have reiterated on successive events the necessity for the allied powers to ship Western weapons with the intention to facilitate the work of Ukrainian troops of their try to expel Russia.

After getting the vast majority of European states to decide to sending battle tanks, kyiv has now set fight planes as its principal demand. Although its allies have opened as much as coaching pilots, sending fighters nonetheless appears a great distance off, though it’s true that Poland and Slovakia have already provided Soviet-made MiG-29 jets.