On September 30, the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, signed the so-called "agreements" on the accession of four occupied regions of Ukraine to the Russian Federation, but did not define the "new territorial borders of the Russian Federation."

Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the head of the President's Office, explained that Putin did not do this, because the Armed Forces of Ukraine

de-occupy the so-called "Russian territories" in Ukraine every day. 

Podolyak wrote about this on Twitter.

"The Kremlin hesitates whether to announce "new borders",

because every day the "territory of the Russian Federation" becomes smaller than yesterday.

Putin's Russian Federation is increasingly resembling a metauniverse "Chamber No. 6: virtual territories, imaginary victories, non-existent enemies.

The problem is that patients rush to leave the institution," his post reads.

We will remind, according to the information of the deputy head of the Office of the President, Kyril Tymoshenko, Ukrainian defenders have already liberated 1,534 settlements.

In particular, more than 50 settlements were liberated in the Kherson region, 483 settlements in the Kharkiv region.

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