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July 5, 2014 is officially considered the day of liberation of the Sloviansk-Kramatorsk agglomeration and is now a national holiday.
A strategic approach allowed the army to supply transport vehicles, state-of-the-art surveillance devices, unmanned aerial vehicles and even modern weaponry.
Unlike the foreign terrorists, the Ukrainian security forces really tried to restore order and restore the rule of law, without shelling cities and villages into dust.
Sovereign Ukraine had no choice but to fight for survival and mobilize its army in conditions of severed economic ties and an empty treasury.
Approximately 35 million people have the right to vote in Ukraine. More than 5 million people were unable to show up to vote due to the occupation of Crimea and Dondas.
As early as March 13, 2014, the law on the National Guard was passed. There was one important point - the formation of volunteer battalions began under the aegis of the National Guard of Ukraine.
On May 11, 2014, the so-called "referendum on the status of the Donetsk and Luhansk republics" was held in the Donbas. But no country in the world recognized this sham.
The epicenter of events was the Sloviansk-Kramatorsk agglomeration - two cities with a total population of about 250 thousand were merged like Siamese twins.
Over the entire spring 2014, bloody clashes took place in the south and east of the country, including with the use of firearms. They resulted in a huge human toll.
We are trying to get to the bottom of such events as the annexation of Crimea and the ensuing anti-terrorist operation in the East of Ukraine.
The ATO (Anti-Terrorist Operation) has been ongoing for more than three years and hopefully, the end of this war is still out there on the horizon, though uncertain.