The shape of things to come was presented by the former president and prime minister of Russia N. Medvedev
“When the whole of Ukraine or at least the vast majority of it is liberated then it will mean the end of the war,” said former Russian president, former prime minister and current deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev.
N. Medvedev also published on his Telegram account a map of Eastern Europe, where most of Ukraine falls under the rule of Russia, a part in the east to Poland, and the Ukrainian state is left to be a state without an army and strictly neutral, in a pocket around Kyiv!
In the top photo is Ukraine on February 24th and in the bottom photo how its territory will be divided.
In one of the maps published by the former Russian president, seven Ukrainian regions are transferred to Poland, one to Hungary, two to Romania and 13 regions plus the Crimean peninsula to Russia.
Thus, Ukraine would remain only in the Kiev region, according to the map published by Medvedev on the day that Ukraine celebrates, for the first time, State Day.
At the same time, the Russian-speaking leader of Donetsk today called on Russia to liberate most of Ukraine, including Kiev, claiming that the country’s biggest cities are Russian.
“Today is the time to liberate the Russian cities, which were founded by Russians: Kyiv, Chernihiv, Poltava, Odessa, Dnipro, Kharkiv, Zaporizhia, Lutsk,” Denis Pushilin wrote in his Telegram message on the occasion of the anniversary of liberation from the Soviet army of the city of Brest in Belarus, after it was captured by the Nazis in WW2.
The Russians seem to have made their decisions: Operations, medium and high intensity, systematic destruction of Ukrainian infrastructure, except those that will be used for the reconstruction of the former Ukrainian territory.
Now the shape of the war confirms all of the above: Kramatorsk, Konstantinovka and Artyomovsk in Donbas are on fire
Russian bombings are taking place for 48 hours, day and night, against military targets mainly in Nikolaev, in the southwest and in Kharkiv and Donbass in the northeast and east, while Nikolaev, which is the Ukrainian base for the attacks on Kherson and at the same time is the biggest obstacle for Odessa, it is fought day and night with the Russian strikes distinguished by terrific accuracy.
But there is another piece of evidence that confirms the plan to occupy all of Ukraine: Russia hit Kyiv with Kalibr cruise missiles in a barrage of missiles from Belarus.
Russian cruise missiles targeted a military base near Kyiv, partially destroying it, the Ukrainian General Staff of the Armed Forces announced today.
“Around 05:00 in the morning (local and Greek time), the enemy launched an attack by firing six Kalibr missiles against a military unit in Lyutizi, Kyiv region,” Oleksii Gromov, a senior staff officer, told reporters.
According to him, one building was destroyed and two others were damaged, while one of the six missiles was shot down by Ukrainian air defense. These missiles were launched from Crimea.
Other shelling targeted the Chernihiv region in northern Ukraine and was launched from neighboring Belarus, a Moscow ally, Gromov added, citing “casualties” in the Ukrainian military.
Other Ukrainian officials reported Russian shelling in several areas today.
“It was a hectic morning. Once again, we had the terror of missiles,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Telegram, assuring, however, that Kyiv would not surrender.
The governor of the Mykolayiv region in the south of the country reported “massive” rocket shelling that destroyed a school and injured at least one person.