Russia claims Putin visited occupied territories in Kherson and Luhansk oblasts
Vladimir Putin, who allegedly visited the territories of Ukraine occupied by Russia, brought icons to the military (Photo:Kremlin.ru/Handout via REUTERS)
The Kremlin is claiming that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin recently visited the temporarily occupied Ukrainian territories of Kherson and Luhansk Oblasts to meet his invading armies, the Kremlin reported.
They claim Putin visited the headquarters of the Dnipro military group in Kherson Oblast and the “Vostok” headquarters of the terrorist “LNR” organization in Luhansk Oblast. The despot listened to reports from occupation commanders on “the situation on the fronts,” including in Zaporizhzhya Oblast.
Propagandists wrote that the tyrant brought copies of icons with him, which he gave to his troops. They published videos claiming Putin “moved between headquarters by helicopter.” The exact date when the war criminal illegally entered the occupied territories of Ukraine was not disclosed.
Russian propagandists reported on March 19 that Putin visited the occupied city of Mariupol at night. They published several videos showing the autocrat driving through the city at night and talking to locals.
Ukrainian intelligence expressed doubts that it was actually Putin that visited the city.
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