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 "It's a shame, but people in "LPR" wait for Ukrainian army to come," - separatist Soroka bemoans situation in occupied Donbas

Supporter of occupants and separatist Anna Soroka recognized on air of a terrorist-controlled TV channel that the Luhansk region residents despise militants and their widows.

As reported by Censor.NET, Soroka leads the "LPR"-based project "Ne Zabudem, Ne Prostim" (we'll not forget, we'll not forgive).

According to her, the number of residents, living in the occupied territory, who categorically deny any support of militants and rejoice in the victories of Ukraine's army in the Donbas, is growing every day. Soroka fears the extent of such developments and urges militants to urgently take necessary measures against those residents of the Luhansk region who hate insurgents.

"We have villages where one street is Ukrainian and the other one is "republican." The widows of many insurgents simply can not walk these Ukrainian streets! Because people mock at them, saying: "Well, are you happy with your war now?" Soroka complained.

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