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Even in space, the Russians celebrated the victory of Luhansk

This is how Russians celebrate in Leshansk and thus Luhansk Province worksas if they were at least at the Brandenburg Gate.

First, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu in a private conversation on state TV cheer up To each other over the seizure of 100,000 eastern Ukraine and praised the army.

Then the Russian federal agency, Roscosmos, released photos believed to be worn by astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) along with the flags of the self-proclaimed Luhansk and Donetsk republics.

Oleg Artemyev, Denis Matveyev and Sergey Korsakov celebrated the victory in a recording posted on the official Telegram channel of Roskosmos.

Caption: “Day of Liberation of the Luhansk People’s Republic! We celebrate on Earth and in space.”

The statement continues: “Roskosmos and our astronauts, who are working on the International Space Station today, join in congratulating the head of the LPR, Leonid Pasiknik, on the ‘New Day of the Great Victory’.”

They also wrote that this day is the long-awaited day that the inhabitants of the occupied territory have been waiting for for eight years, and they are sure that July 3, 2022 will be recorded in the history of the republic forever.

It is not clear how the flags arrived at the International Space Station, though on June 3, Russia’s unmanned Progress spacecraft docked with the space station after launching from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. According to NASA, it carried nearly three tons of food, fuel, and supplies. It can fit a flag or two sciences.

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Artemyev, Matveyev, and Korsakov were the first Russians to arrive at the International Space Station since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24. This recently published photo is also interesting because when they emerged from the Soyuz capsule in yellow uniforms, many considered their appearance as a message of solidarity with Ukraine.

US astronauts Jessica Watkins, Robert Haynes and Kjell N Lindgren work on the station with the three Russian cosmonauts. Neither they nor NASA have commented on the reporting. On the contrary, they celebrated the Fourth of July. (guardian)