“They dragged Russian troops into a trap in Severodonetsk”: Arestovich revealed the plan of the Armed Forces of Ukraine
The Ukrainian military “dragged” Russian troops into a trap in Severodonetsk. The enemy suffers losses and receives hard counterattacks.
Aleksey Arestovich, the adviser to the head of the President’s Office, said this on his Facebook page.
“I recently spoke here about the enemy’s increased operational and tactical skills – the Russian troops. And now – watch your hands. We dragged the Russian troops into a trap in Severodonetsk, pretending to” surrender “the city,” he wrote.
According to Arestovich, now the Russian command is in shock. The Russians reported about the “capture” of Severodonetsk, and now they have received a tough counterattack from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. “The defenders of Ukraine are now liquidating Moscow comrades,” the adviser to the head of the Presidential Office noted, even though the occupiers have superiority in aviation and artillery.
“Our troops show incredible courage, and the commanders are tactical talents. There are in a very tough battle. The Russian command is now throwing all available forces to hold (note, not to capture – to hold!) Severodonetsk. Ours are now tearing the enemy like lions, despite his fire superiority,” Arestovich added.
He also recalled that the Ukrainian military had already captured the occupiers, as previously reported by the head of the Luhansk OMA Serhiy Gaidai.
“The battle is not over, our defenders will continue to “tear” the enemy and show real skill, which the enemy envies.”
Hammer the bas****s.
Victory to Ukrainians.
I have a very special interest and sentimental affection for Ukrainians and Ukraine. In 1956 I met a 17 yr. old beautiful Ukrainian girl who had migrated to Australia with her Mum & Dad & younger Sister as displaced persons in 1949 after WW2. They settled in a country town near where I live in Australia with my farming family of 7 brothers & sisters and our Mum & Dad. I was 19yrs and she was 17yrs.
I was fascinated by her. She was so modest, and considerate, and pleasant to everybody, she was the nicest girl I had ever met. Her name in Ukrainia was Helena Kowal, she changed her name to Lena as she thought that sounded more Australian and she wanted to fit in completely, which she did beautifully.
She was born near Kieve in 1937. In 1940, the Russians moved the family to Rostov, and the Dad was then sent to the East to work in a tank factory. In 1941 the German army went through the town and sent the Mum & girls to Germany, where they lived until after the war.
Lena and I were married when she was nearly 20yrs, I was just 22yrs. Everyone she met loved her.
She became Lena Anderson.
We had 3 sons & 6 Grandchildren, they all loved her dearly.
Lena passed away on Dec. 30/2018 aged 81yrs. I am still devastated and wish to be with her. She was my Dear wife for 62 yrs, and I miss her tragically.
I feel connected to the Ukrainian and their plight and I am so pleased & proud of the very brave, very effective, defensive battles being fort by the Ukrainians against the putin horror. Their willingness and thoroughness shown in the daily battles, with the forever prowling, incompetent, threatening, violent murderers, led by a foot-stamping, saber rattling, thug from this aggressive pest of a so-called nation, Russia. There will never be peace with them until they are totally broke and have a decent, humane leader to lead them into civilization where Russian people can live at peace and in harmony with the rest of the world. I am sure there are many, many great people in Russia, they just need to be Free.
Until this latest inhumane act by putin, they were well on their way there!
The “never give in” attitude of the Ukrainian people is brave, patriotic and Noble.
I watch on YouTube every day. I am addicted to the progress of the Ukraine defense and bravery of the Ukrainian people. Thank you, Bob Anderson
Thank You for posting Your wonderful story. God Bless You and the Ukrainian People. Slava Ukraine!
Thank you for your heart-warming story Bob Anderson. You made a wonderful choice in marrying Lena. I too share this great affection for the courage, resilience and unselfish, brave volunteer spirit that prevails so strongly in Ukraine. It is truly inspirational to see a nation united against a common enemy, and determined to resist and remove the invaders with all of their being. Slava Ukraine!