De-occupation of Luhansk region may be the most difficult in Ukraine - Head of Military Administration
In Ukraine, perhaps the most difficult thing will be to liberate the Luhansk region from Russian occupying forces because the Russian enemy is drawing maximum reserves in this direction.
Head of Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, stated this.
"De-occupation of the Luhansk region will perhaps be the most difficult in Ukraine as a whole. The Russian enemy continues to draw up reserves, Russian troops had time to prepare, continuous mining, wooded terrain and bombing by Putin - all this complicates the advance of Ukraine Armed Forces in Luhansk direction," he said.
Haidai added that recently Ukrainian Armed Forces "demobilized" a hundred Russian military personnel, and not even a single one was wounded on our side."
Earlier, Haidai said that Ukrainian Armed Forces will have a springboard for an offensive in Sievierodonetsk and Rubizhne direction after de-occupation of Kreminna.