"I truly believed (and still believe) in political dialogue, negotiations and other pacifist stuff. I will not, in any way, comment on the President's steps aimed at resolving the situation in the Donbas ... But they just wanted to blow me up with a landmine. Me. Dnipro battalion commander Bereza. And then anyone they could get to... After all the dialogues, talks, and memoranda they decided to assemble a mine ... So I had to be a live bait for a while. This small fish that swims in a circle, waiting to be snatched from the reeds ... But nevertheless, I am full of energy, optimism and hope. Why? Because the bastards cannot even make a decent bomb," Filatov wrote.
"And on the next day after Russia forgets its "sons," they will turn to dust, which we can easily shake off our boots ...," concluded the deputy governor of the Dnipropetrovsk region.
Filatov promised to provide all details about the planned attack today at a briefing in the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration.