Sobyanin spoke about the attacks on Moscow enterprises

Against the background of the aggravation of the situation in Ukraine and the sanctions imposed on Russia for the military operation in the republic, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin promised to ensure the normal functioning of the city and protect residents.

“I must tell you that we will do everything necessary – we will ensure the normal functioning of the city and protect Muscovites,” Sobyanin wrote in his blog. “All city programs will be implemented and the development of the city will continue. Moscow has gone through difficult times many times in its history. And she always won. It will be the same this time,” he added.

According to the mayor, now Moscow businesses, including catering establishments and shops that did not support “calls for Ukraine”, are being attacked, and the owners and leaders of these organizations are receiving death threats and murder. Sobyanin also reported on Ddos attacks on the websites of companies and institutions.

The mayor urged not to give in to calls to “take to the streets,” which he said are aimed at undermining the situation in the city and creating an atmosphere of chaos, as was the case in early 2022 in Kazakhstan. Sobyanin warned that street riots would be suppressed.

Most of this “information flow” comes from abroad, the head of the city claims. This is happening against the backdrop of sanctions imposed by Western countries against Russia for military operations in the Donbass and Ukraine. Restrictive measures “are directed not so much against the security of the state as against ordinary citizens,” Sobyanin stressed.

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in the Donbass. According to him, it is aimed at protecting people who are allegedly subjected to “bullying, genocide by the Kiev regime.” At the same time, Putin said there were no plans to occupy Ukraine. At the same time, Moscow, he said, is striving for the demilitarization and denazification of the republic.

Earlier today, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that the military operation would continue until the set goals were achieved. The main task of the operation in Ukraine is to protect Russia from a military threat from Western countries that are trying to use the Ukrainian people in the fight against Russia, the head of the department explained.

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