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Kharkiv news – Arestovich gave a disappointing forecast for the city and advice to residents

According to the adviser to the head of the Presidential Office, the group of invaders in the Belgorod region on the border with Ukraine can be used to strengthen the attack on Kharkov.

Kharkiv is a classic front-line city / photo UNIAN, Andrey Marienko

Advisor to the head of the OP Alexey Arestovich advises Kharkiv residents to leave the city and take out their children, since the shelling of Kharkov is “for a long time.”

He stated this in an interview with Russian lawyer and human rights activist Mark Feigin.

According to him, the group of invaders in the Belgorod region on the border with Ukraine has reached the stage of operational readiness and can be used to strengthen the attack on Kharkov.

He noted that Kharkiv is a “classic front-line city” that is under attack, so residents of the city should not neglect the alarms.

“Today the enemy tried to move, relatively speaking, to Stary Saltov, to Russkaya Lozovaya … And he is hitting Kharkov with various means …. People are dying, people are injured. children, but in a good way, and take the children out of there, the old people … I’m afraid this whole story with the shelling of Kharkov will be for a long time, “Arestovich said.

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He also noted that in the Izyum direction, the entire group was in motion.

“They are trying to advance towards Barvenkovo, Dolina, Krasnopolye, Bogorodichny, Prishib, Staryi Caravan, Zakotny, Seversk, and also towards Raygorodok, but they cannot force the Seversky Donets there,” Arestovich said.

The adviser to the head of the OP added that in the area of ​​Severodonetsk, the occupiers are trying to attack in all directions, albeit with small forces.

As UNIAN reported earlier, Aleksey Arestovich said that in the near future Russian invaders will shell Kharkivas it became a front-line city again.

Arestovich is convinced that the Russians will definitely not be able to capture Kharkov, but the shelling will lead to new civilian casualties.

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