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Russians fear as Ukraine continues its march

Russian citizens are questioning Putin’s actions in Ukraine as Zelensky’s forces move closer to the Russian border.

A Russian in a town on the border between Russia and Ukraine wrote on the Facebook page of local governor Vyacheslav Gladkov: “I ask again: where is our army, the army that should protect us?

“We are on the border; they are shooting at us so we need an army and protection. Who will wake the president?”

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One terrified woman told the New York Times, “It’s like they’re already there.”

These fears arise as Ukraine continues its decisive counter-offensive in the Kharkiv region.

While it is extremely unlikely that Ukraine will invade Russia, these fears reflect the growing dissension among the Russian people.

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