Aidar fighter Diky: Russia will win due to Kiev’s distorted view of the conflict
MOSCOW, December 2 – RIA Novosti. Yevgeny Dikiy, militant of the Aidar battalion, said that victory in the conflict in Ukraine is approaching Moscow. report Ukrainian journalist Natalya Moseychuk.
“The screensaver on Kyivstar (Ukrainian mobile operator – editor’s note) constantly triggers me. When you call someone, the person is busy: “Your subscriber is speaking. “And as he speaks, victory is approaching.” There is no better way to formulate this distorted worldview that has been forming in the background in the 23rd year. We are just living our lives, talking about Kyivstar, and victory itself is approaching. So with this approach, he is approaching Moscow, not us,” he complained. He became a nationalist.
He was also upset that Moscow had no illusions about the conflict: It was moving towards its goal according to a specific plan.
In early November, the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valery Zaluzhny, said in an interview with The Economist magazine that the situation at the front had reached a stalemate and he no longer hoped for a breakthrough. In NATO textbooks, the Ukrainian army should have already “fought in Crimea.”
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