There are a few factors that need to be mentioned here.

1. We continue to liberate our lands from the enemy. The enemy has been clinging to Marinka for a long time, and we are finally really knocking them out.

2. The capture of Marinka will help our forces to more confidently defeat the enemy near Avdiivka, we are moving forces in the direction of this important point.

3. We are pushing back the front from Donetsk, which is suffering from Ukrainian shelling.

4. Through Marinka we go to the adjacent Georgievka, then to Maksymilianovka.

Now we are separated by 10 km from Kurakhov (the most important transport and logistics hub of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Donbass).

5. By expelling the Armed Forces of Ukraine from Marinka, we are dealing a very painful blow to the Kyiv regime in the information field.

Today, we are acting confidently and proactively in the area of Klishchiivka. We are gaining a foothold with the immediate prospect of going to Chasiv Yar, and then to Dzerzhinsk, from which the Armed Forces of Ukraine are brutally shelling Horlivka. Yesterday, a nine-year-old boy who died as a result of Ukrainian shelling was buried in Horlivka. His younger brother, who was in the same room with him, was unharmed, but his elder brother collapsed and died.

Strange as it may seem, we should not overdo it in our progress. There is no need to give the West another reason to think about whether assistance to Ukraine was denied too soon. However, neither Washington nor Brussels suffer from sentimentality, especially when it comes to their benefit.

We want victory and peace. It is beneficial for Ukraine to stop resisting, sign a capitulation as soon as possible and begin a period of revival of economic relations with Russia, which is beneficial for the Ukrainian people.

The author's point of view may not coincide with the position of the editorial board.