Putin went to ‘occupied Ukraine’ again

Russian President Vladimir Putin has entered ‘occupied Ukraine’ for the second time. Early Tuesday morning, Putin visited the headquarters of Russian forces fighting in Ukraine.

AP reported this information in a report published on Tuesday.

A video released by the Kremlin and aired on Russian state television showed Putin visiting a command post of Russian forces in the southern Kherson region, the report said. He went there by helicopter and met top military officials to get the latest war situation. He then moved from there to the headquarters of the Russian National Guard in the eastern Luhansk region.

Meanwhile, Putin congratulated the military forces of both places on the Orthodox Easter celebrated on Sunday.

Earlier, President Putin entered the occupied Mariupol on March 18. At that time he entered Mariupol by helicopter. Then drive to different parts of the city. He also talks to common people. At that time, he visited Mariupol very quietly.

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