MOSCOW, November 7. /TASS/. There is no threat of a major breakthrough for Ukraine in the Lugansk People’s Republic (LPR), Rodion MIroshnik, head of the LPR’s mission in Moscow, said on Monday.
"It is still tense there (on the contact line in the LPR - TASS), with shootouts continuing, but there is no threat of a major breakthrough. Now, we are out of reach, at least," he said in an interview with the Solovyov Live television channel.
He also said that the current task is "to push the Ukrainian armed units back, which are hindering restoration works" in the LPR’s northern territories, which need "quite urgent restoration."
Spokesman for the LPR’s People’s Militias Ivan Filiponenko said earlier that Ukraine’s losses during the past day amounted to 70 troops.