Russian President Vladimir Putin’s true plans were apparently revealed in secret documents left in the Ukrainian city of Trostyanets by fleeing Russian troops
Russia’s true plans for Ukraine’s future have been exposed after classified documents were found on the battlefield.
According to documents found in the Ukrainian city of Trostyanets, Russian President Vladimir Putin did not launch the invasion just to get his hands on the Donbass region.
In fact, the documents now being examined show that Putin wanted to take over all of Ukraine and make it Russia.
Oleksiy Sukhachev, head of the State Investigation Bureau of Ukraine, said: “Investigators of the State Investigation Bureau found important documents of the Russian military, which clearly show that Russia is preparing to conquer the entire territory of Ukraine.
“All of this information is being investigated and attached to the case file.”
It’s not clear exactly what the documents are or where on the battlefield they were found, but it’s believed they will provide Ukraine with enough information to prove once and for all what Putin was really up to.
This would be consistent with what NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told reporters in April.
He said: “We have seen no indication that President Putin has changed his ambition to control all of Ukraine and also to rewrite the international order.”
Trostyanets was one of Putin’s first targets and was attacked just two days into the invasion, which has now lasted nearly four months.
The area was largely destroyed and many residents fled to other parts of the country.
One resident, Pavlo, told France 24: “They arrested people and stole their phones so they could call home.
“There were Russians, Chechens and even pro-Russian Ukrainian separatists from the Donbass region who “were the most cruel, expelling people and taking their homes.
“It was dangerous to walk by – there was no food left in the city, no water and no electricity.”
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