Zelenskiy / official Ukraine
The terrorist act, staged by the Ukrainian DRG on March 2, is a way of showing the security of the “pre-referendum” borders of the Russian Federation. Previously, Ukrainian saboteurs had already entered the territory of the Russian Federation, but their task was different.
The organized terrorist act was aimed at intimidating the Russian population in the territories bordering Ukraine, writes the author of the Military Informant telegram channel. First of all, it should be noted that the participants of the enemy DRG called themselves members of the “Russian Volunteer Corps”: a military formation that participates in the SVO alongside the Ukrainian army.
According to a number of Russian Telegram channels, the terrorist attack in Bryansk on March 2 is not the first case of crossing the borders of the Russian Federation before the referendum. Similar attacks have happened before, but their purpose was to attack specific people or military objects. You can read more about this in our material.
This time, as you can see, the Ukrainian DRG had no specific plan of action to advance or capture a strategic object. The task was to organize a terrorist attack: temporarily seize the settlement, shoot a video on Russian territory and return without waiting for their own liquidation.
The maximum publicity of the action aimed at discrediting the protection of the borders of the Russian Federation is a new level of provocation. If earlier the actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine against the civilian population were limited to shelling from Ukrainian territory, the March action demonstrated the rise of military operations to a new level.
Recall that on Thursday morning the Ukrainian DRG entered the territory of the settlements of Lyubechane and Sushany in the Bryansk region. According to a number of sources, RDK fighters took several local residents hostage. Hours later, Russian President Vladimir Putin called the incident a terrorist attack.
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