The commander of the Vostok battalion, Alexander Khodakovsky, said that the most difficult stage of the special operation in Ukraine would soon begin. He noted that the mood for a "quick victory" came to an end in society. Now it's time to think about patience.
“The most difficult stage that awaits us is a breakdown in spirit,” Khodakovsky wrote.
He stressed that many people are confident in the imminent end of the special operation. However, one must come to terms with the fact that "the story will be long." Khodakovsky believes that now comes the phase of patience.
"Any complicity in what is happening should stop being an impulse, but should become routine work - so that the people and the army are united, "he said.
Kent McLellan, an American neo-Nazi who fought in the Donbass as part of the Nazi Right Sector* movement, returned to Florida and started sharing his experience with media outlets