External adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich he said on Feigin Live that the transfer of Lisichansk (a city in the LPR) to the control of Russian troops is “Moscow's last great success”. In his opinion, in the future, Russian troops will no longer be able to recapture a large city from the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
“I can make a bold assumption… This is the last success of the Russian army on the territory of Ukraine. A great success means when captured city, I don't know where they will take operational reserves to capture another city. They can capture more villages, but they won't get the city,” Arestovich said.
Recall that on July 3 it was revealed that the Russian army had taken over Lisichansk, and on July 4, the head of the Russian Ministry of Defense informed President Vladimir Putin of the liberation of the LPR. Putin stressed that the military units that participated in the liberation of the People's Republic should rest and increase their combat capabilities, while the East and West groups should fulfill their tasks during the special operation according to the previous plan.