He said this on the air of the state TV channel “Russia 1”.
“The operation will continue and it will be brought to an end,” Peskov said.
At the same time, he did not specify what is currently understood by the “end” of the full-scale war started by the Russian Federation with Ukraine, which the Russian authorities call a “special military operation” (“SVO”).
According to Dmytro Peskov, fighting with Ukraine has become “significantly more difficult”, because, as he put it, “NATO has de facto already entered this conflict”.
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“But this in no way affects all of our goals,” the Kremlin spokesman added.
“This probably requires our internal, economic mobilization. One thing is the Kyiv regime, and another thing is NATO’s potential. This is an additional burden. But our potential allows us to continue the operation in these conditions,” said Volodymyr Putin’s press secretary Peskov , who also holds the position of deputy head of the Administration of the President of the Russian Federation.
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