Russian President Putin will visit the occupied Donbas, but the date of the trip has not yet been determined.
This was reported in the statement of the press secretary of the head of the Kremlin, Dmytro Peskov.
"As for the president's trip, I have no doubt that when the time comes, that trip will happen," he said.
In addition, he added that Putin has "big" plans for Donbas.
"The development plans are big. You can see that construction is underway, and new facilities are being introduced, vigorous efforts are being made to restore all life support systems. These are water pipes, and energy supply, and social facilities. The work is being actively conducted, and many are working there thousands of people," Peskov added.
As reported, earlier the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, again made a cynical statement about Donbas. He also praised the fighters of the so-called "DPR" and "LPR" fighting against Ukraine.
We will remind, during an open lesson for schoolchildren, Putin invented a new "goal" of the war in Ukraine, declaring the alleged creation of an anti-Russian enclave.