The Kremlin is declaring it will ‘eliminate nationalist battalions’ before leaving Ukraine.
“The main task is to liberate [Ukraine] from these nationalist battalions after all. The operation continues and the tasks that have been set are well known. They must and will be accomplished. There must be no doubts about that,” the Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.
As Peskov pointed out, “peaceful life is returning where nationalist battalions do not take civilians hostage and where these nationalist battalions do not open fire on social facilities and houses.”
“However, in those places where nationalist battalions are engaged in what I spoke about, there is fierce struggle and all of them must be eliminated there,” the Kremlin press secretary said.
The majority of these forces are in East Ukraine, with many nationalist leaders reportedly under siege in the port city of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov.
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