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How many pieces will Ukraine be broken into? Referendum to include 4 provinces in Russia from today

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Referendums in the provinces of Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhya will be held from Friday to Tuesday
Western countries fear that Russia will show results on its side and include a large part of Ukraine
Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba said he would take back his territory from Russia

Kyiv, Russia will hold a referendum today in four areas occupied by Ukraine, with its support groups. According to the Reuters news agency report, Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to include about 15% of Ukraine in his country with the help of this referendum. This region is as large as Hungary, which includes the Ukrainian provinces of Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhya. However, Western countries call this Russian decision illegal and unilateral.

Voting will take place from Friday to Tuesday
On Tuesday, Russian-established leaders in those parts of Ukraine announced a referendum, which many countries, including Ukraine, refused to recognize. At the same time, voting in the provinces of Luhansk, Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhya, about 15 of Ukrainian territory, will take place from Friday to Tuesday. Western countries fear that Russia will show results on its side and include a large part of Ukraine in its country. Let us tell you that as part of Putin’s grand plan to rebuild the Soviet Union, Russia also annexed Crimea to Ukraine in 2014.

Ukraine will liberate its territories
Concerned about the Russian referendum, Ukraine reiterated the need to liberate its territories from Russia. Speaking to reporters, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba said the Russians could do whatever they wanted, but it wouldn’t change anything. He added that Ukraine would liberate its territories from Russia at all costs. Know that Ukraine has intensified its attacks with the help of American weapons to liberate its territories from Russia.

Tags: war russia ukraine, Vladimir Poutine

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