Veloroso: “The defense minister could shoot himself for being the one who let things get to this point”
The second number in the pro-Russian administration of the Kherson region, Kirill StrimosovTake it on the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, due to the failures of Moscow’s forces in Ukraine, which suggests that he is killing himself. “Many people say that the defense minister, as an officer, could simply shoot himself because he was the one who let things get to this point,” Strimosov, the deputy governor of the region in southern Ukraine, said, citing the New York Times. Kyiv army counterattack.
Biden: A meeting with Putin at the G-20? to decide”
The final meeting between Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin at the G20 summit in Indonesia next November “has not been decided yet.” This was stated by the US President in response to a question from the journalists accompanying him before his departure for New York.
Azov: “Russia tried to recruit our captured soldiers”
The representative of the Azov battalion said that Russian forces tried to recruit battalion soldiers after they were captured at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol. Azov’s Chief of Staff, Bogdan Krutievich, said the Russian army had invited troops from the battalion to join the Moscow cause by promising to “destroy the West and the United States.” Krutevich noted that the battalion personnel were favorably viewed in the Russian army due to their military qualities. “Guys, fight well,” the Russian soldiers said to them, recalls the representative of the Azov battalion, who was talking with the Ukrainian agency UNIAN. But the division’s troops refused to join the Russian army because “Ukraine is their homeland” and the only purpose is to “fight everyone who attacks their country”, be it Russia or any other country.
Kyiv: 22 torture chambers discovered in Kharkiv
The Ukrainian authorities denounced the discovery of 22 torture chambers in the Kharkiv region, in areas formerly under the control of Russian forces. This was stated by Serhiy Polvinov, head of the investigation department of the regional police. “Practically in all cities and large cities where Russian forces have settled, places of detention of civilians and prisoners of war have been found. “The main methods of torture include beating, suffocation and electrocution, among other practices,” the news agency “Ukrinform” quoted him as saying. The last of these rooms is in Piski-Radkivskii, in the Izyum district, where jackets and bags of Ukrainian army personnel were found.From previous information, it appears that dozens of Russian soldiers were regularly present in the building used for torture.
Zaporizhzhia, three dead in the Russian attack
The death toll from the Russian missile attack that took place this morning on some residential buildings in Zaporizhia, Ukraine, has risen to three. This was announced by the state emergency service of the region, citing Ukrainska Pravda. “Employees of the State Emergency Service have recovered the bodies of three people from under the rubble of a building,” the statement said. And the previous report talked about the killing of two women.
Moscow: “We are committed to avoiding a nuclear war”
Russia “does not intend to participate in increasing the degree of nuclear rhetoric applied by the NATO-based states.” This was stated by a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova. TASS reports. “The Russian Federation is fully committed to the principle of the inadmissibility of nuclear war,” he added.
Putin: “The pressure on sanctions will increase”
It is important to understand that the pressure of sanctions on Russia will increase. In this regard, we need flexible and effective action plans, calculated in the short and medium term, and implemented consistently. ”
Kyiv: “The Russians are beating civilians to sow fear”
“During the night, seven Russian missiles hit people sleeping peacefully in their homes in Zaporozhye. Others hit during the day. The Russians continue to deliberately target civilians to sow fear. Russian terrorism must be stopped by force of arms, sanctions and complete isolation.” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba writes on Twitter.
Moscow: The West dictated to Zelensky a decree against dialogue with Putin
The West dictated the decree issued by Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, which excludes talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin, as well as previous Kyiv steps. This was stated by a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, as reported by TASS. The spokesman noted Kyiv’s refusal to implement the Minsk agreements and its decision to stop peace talks with Moscow in the spring. “It was clear at the time that this was done at the request of Western countries that do not want an end to hostilities,” he said.
EU prepares to respond in case of a nuclear attack
Eurochamber asks the EU to prepare to respond in the event of a Russian nuclear attack. This is the content of the report on the Russian escalation in Ukraine, which was approved by the European Parliament by 504 votes to 26 against, with 36 abstentions. Putin’s nuclear weapons and the creation of a special international tribunal for crimes against Ukraine.
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