Dmytro Yarosh: ‘Right Sector’ to fight until complete liberation of Ukraine from Russian occupants

 

War in the Donbas

Article by: Yuriy Yatsyshyn

The Right Sector views the agreements reached with the Kremlin-controlled separatists as contrary to the Constitution of Ukraine and reserves the right to carry on military action, its leader Dmytro Yarosh wrote on his Facebook page Friday.

The agreements signed in Minsk have no legal force, contradict the Constitution, and, therefore, aren’t legally binding on Ukrainian citizens. Besides, Russia and president Putin aren’t going to observe them anyway, Mr.Yarosh points out.

Mr.Yarosh also appealed in his post to President Poroshenko to engage the U.S. and Great Britain in the next round of peace talks, as these two states follow clear-cut anti-Kremlin policies, unlike Germany and France.

The Right Sector leader also suggested switching to more flexible military tactics in the ATO – not clinging to particular localities appointed by politicians, regular maneuvering, deploying reserves for simultaneous attacks in a number of directions, etc.

The level of hostilities is growing, new Russian terrorist groups are entering into Ukraine daily, leaving Ukraine no chance of a permanent ceasefire without inflicting a major defeat on the enemy’s main force, the nationalist leader notes.

Thus, if the Ukrainian army is ordered to pull back heavy artillery and vehicles and observe a ceasefire, the Ukrainian Volunteer Corps will continue fighting in line with its own campaign planning, until complete liberation of Ukrainian lands from Russian occupants, the Right Sector leader assures.

The Right Sector is calling on the Ukrainian people, authorities and government agencies, the Armed Forces and military volunteer organizations to consolidate efforts in the struggle for Ukraine’s sovereignty against the Kremlin empire, Ukraine’s perpetual enemy.

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