According to Andrei Yusov, a spokesman for the department, local residents decided to fight the regime, since the Russian president is the problem of the Russian Federation itself, and citizens have the right to solve it.
The clashes that took place on March 2 in the Bryansk region are the actions of Russians who decided to fight the Kremlin regime of Vladimir Putin. Andrey Yusov, a representative of the GUR, spoke about this on the air of the telethon.
“What we could see today are real citizens of Russia,” he said, adding that local residents decided to fight the regime, since the Russian president is the problem of Russia itself, and citizens have the right to solve this problem.
Yusov also commented on the appearance in the Ukrainian Wikipedia of an article entitled “Bryansk riots”, in which the March 2 incident was called the day “the beginning of the civil war” in the Russian Federation.
The representative of the GUR did not agree with this wording. According to him, for the Russians who participated in such actions, this is the beginning of the liberation of their own country and the atonement for the crimes of their state.
“Whether it will be a civil war, I don’t know. After all, we don’t have such a task,” he said. “We have a task to liberate our territory.”
Yusov believes that this should entail transformation and democratic changes within the Russian Federation.
Recall that the Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Alexei Danilov called the incident in Bryansk a movement of anti-fascist militias. At the same time, the Russian side claims that in the morning about 50 “Ukrainian saboteurs” allegedly entered the territory of the Russian Federation, who allegedly took local residents hostage and killed a man.
Earlier, Focus reported that the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, called for the relatives of the participants in the “Ukrainian DRG” to be held accountable. He also demands the declaration of martial law on the territory of the Russian Federation.
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