Russia announced its support: ‘referendum’ decision from separatist regions

‘Referendum’ decision from separatist regions

Russian-backed separatist leaders in Donetsk Russiaannounced that they would hold a referendum on joining the . Officials in the Russian-controlled Kherson region also announced that they would demand a referendum to join Russia.

The referendum date in Donetsk, Luhansk and Kherson was announced as September 23-27.

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Medvedev, who also served as the Prime Minister of Russia from 2008 to 2012, welcomed the decision and said that a possible attack on these regions would be “considered an attack on Russian soil and they would use all their self-defense forces”. “This is why Kyiv and the West are so afraid of these referendums,” Medvedev continued in his message.


US President Joe Biden said in March that “The direct conflict between the NATO military alliance and Russia
It means the Third World War,” he said.

The referendum decision taken after Ukraine regained control in certain areas in the separatist regions was a matter of curiosity as to how the war, which lasted 6 months, would progress.

* Images of the news are provided by the Associated Press.

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