Kadyrov sends his three young children to the front
Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov announced that he had sent his three minor sons to the front in Ukraine. He wrote that Ahmed, 14, Eli, 15, and Adam, 16, are “ready to show their skills in the special military operation area.” “I’m not kidding. It’s time for them to prove what they deserve in battle,” he added after President Putin’s announcement last month of partial mobilization.
Russian bombs on Zaporizhzhia at night, there are victims
Russian forces launched a missile attack on the city of Zaporizhia in southern Ukraine last night: some infrastructure was destroyed and there are casualties. The head of the military administration of the homonymous district, Oleksandr Starukh, and the spokesman for the city council, Anatoly Kortyev, announced on Telegram. Ukranska Pravda Report. «The enemy launched a missile attack on the center of the oblast (the city of Zaporizhzhya, ed.). Staruch wrote that information is collected on damages and losses. For his part, Kortyev added that some of the city’s infrastructure were destroyed and that there were casualties.
Kyiv: Restoration of the Lyman is essential to the progress of Lugansk
control of the city Liman Lugansk Governor Serhiy Gaidai said Kyiv’s forces may prove to be a “key factor” in helping Ukraine regain lost lands in the nearby Lugansk region.
Gaidai noted that the recapture of Lyman represented the biggest loss for Russia on the ground since the lightning-fast Ukrainian counterattack in northeastern Kharkiv last month. The governor noted that Russian forces captured Lyman in May and used it as a logistics and transportation center for operations in the north of the Donetsk region. According to the British Ministry of Defense, Lyman’s strategic importance is due to its leadership position on a road bridge over the Siverskyi Donets, behind which Russia is trying to strengthen its defenses.
Former CIA Chief Petraeus: If Putin uses nuclear energy, we will eliminate Russian forces in Ukraine
The United States, with NATO allies, will “eliminate” Russian forces in Ukraine if the Russian president Russian President Vladimir Putin Decided to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine. This was stated by retired general and former head of the Central Intelligence Agency, David Petraeus, in an interview with ABC. For Petraeus, Western powers must take the threats of Russian nuclear weapons seriously.
Tactical nuclear weapons, what they are and why worry: Putin has more warheads than the whole NATO
“Just to give you a guess,” Petraeus explained, in the event “I think we’ll answer by eliminating every Russian conventional power that we can see and identify on the battlefield in Ukraine as well as in Crimea and every ship in the Black Sea.” . A nuclear attack “cannot go unanswered. But it doesn’t have to be a bigger answer: it’s not nuclear for the sake of nuclear power. Again, you don’t want to go into a nuclear escalation but you have to prove that this cannot be accepted in any way.”
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