The Russians did not know how to use the toilet. “If I hadn’t seen it myself, I wouldn’t have believed it” [WIDEO]

“We always think that we have seen everything. And it always turns out that not necessarily” – commented the politician on Twitter. Heraszczenko published a recording with the account of the owner of the house who returned to the building after the liberation of his home town from the hands of the occupiers.

“If I hadn’t seen it myself, I wouldn’t have believed it. Those morons had a toilet, running water, showers at their disposal, but they bored a hole in the floor and settled there. My God …” – described a resident of liberated territories.

General Oleksiy Hromov of the Ukrainian general staff reported on Thursday that only in the last six days Kyiv has regained control of 29 towns in the Kherson region in the south of the country.

As a result of the counter-offensive in September and October, Russian troops were also forced out of the Kharkiv region in the northeast of Ukraine and the northern part of the Donetsk Oblast.

On Wednesday, the head of the Luhansk region authorities, Serhiy Hayday, announced that the capture of the city of Lyman in the Donbass allowed the Ukrainians to start an operation to liberate the Lugansk region. According to the local administration, the invaders have already been driven out of several towns in the region, located near the border with the Donetsk Oblast.