Zelensky appealed to Ukrainians after the meeting of the NSDC

The President assured that the provocation of the separatists will not change Ukraine’s course on ending the war.

According to the results of the NSDC meeting, President Vladimir Zelensky said that Ukraine confidently approaching the end of war and peace in the Donbass, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Correspondent.

Earlier today, the separatists attacked the forces of environmental protection in the Luhansk region, killing one soldier, four others were injured.

“The situation is completely controlled by our army. We are confident that this provocation will not change the course that we go confidently and closer to the end of the war and towards peace,” he said.

He said that at the meeting of the Council discussed other questions, but decided to start from today’s separatist provocations in Luhansk region.

The President also expressed his condolences to the family of deceased military.

Bring the results of the meeting was For national defense I BEZPEKA Ukrainy.

Bring the results of the meeting was For national defense I BEZPEKA Ukrainy.

Gepostet von Ops of the President of Ukraine am Dienstag, 18. Februar 2020

At the same time, at the headquarters of the OOS reported that the separatists “LC” called its current offensive in the Donbass allegedly an attempt to break the APU.

The staff said that the separatists while trying to break through positions of the Ukrainian military were rebuffed and requested a “silence mode” to pick up the wounded and dead.

“However, having lost on the battlefield, the enemy has decided to hide their defeat and issued a hastily prepared statement, accusing the Ukrainian side in the attempted attack. All content is the enemy of the statements evidence of confusion and loss of control over the situation”, — stated in the message.

Meanwhile, the head of the servant of the people David Arakhamiya told that the situation with today’s fight will be discussed at a public meeting of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on national security, defense and intelligence

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