As Ukraine’s Seven Months War draws to a close, the front lines fly Vladimir Putin continue. The Kremlin leader insisted on annexing the occupied territories, for which he decided to use his puppets in the Donbass.On Tuesday, he persuaded them to organize Emergency referendum to join the Russian Federation. said and done.
Dennis Pushlin Yes Leonid PashnickThe leaders of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics respectively took the lead in pushing for consultations. They will start on Friday, September 23rd and run until Tuesday, September 27th. Vladimir balance; and the pro-Russian territory of Zaporozhye, by Yevgeny Baritsky.
Such voting is illegal in the Kremlin under Ukrainian and international law, which does not matter in the Kremlin. Western countries see this as a farce whose sole purpose is to annex these territories.
Once its goals are achieved, Moscow is likely to launch a new offensive, taking a new step in the dangerous escalation of tensions over its “special operations”. The biggest worry is that they start using nuclear weapons. Here’s why Joe Biden wanted to warn Putin in his speech to the UN General Assembly: ‘We will not allow nuclear war’Assure the President of the United States.
According to international analysts, Putin is likely to rely on the results of the consultations to justify the new attack. In order to execute them, he will have to give strength to his troops.That’s why this Wednesday he ordered Partial mobilization of 300,000 reservists. Seven months later, the conflict at the gates of Europe continues and the world is still on edge. But who are these Putin puppets?
Pushlin and Pashenic
Denis Vladimirovich Pushilin (41) is the self-proclaimed leader of the Donetsk People’s Republic, which declared independence from Ukraine in May 2014. he took office on an interim basis September 2018after the assassination of former President Alexander Zakharchenko in an attack on August 31, 2018, as the newspaper reported at the time Kyiv post.
The Donetsk “People’s Committee” planned to replace Pushlin in elections on November 11, 2018, but those elections were never recognized by Ukrainian or international law; they were won by Pushlin, who continued to hold the post.
Conflict broke out in Donbass in 2014, but Russia has consistently denied any involvement in what was happening in eastern Ukraine at the time. However, Moscow has been providing military, economic and political support to the pro-Russian movement to control the Donetsk and Luhansk regions that make up the Donbass.This proves to be In December 2021, Pushlin became a member of Russia’s ruling United Russia party. Two months later, Putin ordered an attack on Ukraine, “Special Action”.
In November 2017, few thought that Leonid Ivanovich Pasechnik (52) would become the leader of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic. But it is.He succeeded Igor Plotnitsky and He himself made the announcement on local televisionaccording to the newspaper, claiming he had dismissed Plotnitsky “for health reasons” Kyiv post.
According to the newspaper’s information, before taking office with the support of the Kremlin, Pasechnik was the military chief of Russia’s Ministry of State Security (MGB), an agency that serves Russia Kyiv Post.
Both he and Pushlin signed treaties of friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance with the Kremlin. February 21, 2022, three days before the outbreak of war. “I congratulate you,” Putin said to them immediately after they signed.
In 2014, Pasechnik fought alongside pro-Russian militants and became Minister of State Security of the Luhansk People’s Republic on October 9 of that year. Four years later, he became head of the republic. And, like Pushlin, he became a member of Russia’s ruling United Russia party in December 2021.
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