Putin: Zelensky is a disgrace to the Jews
“I have Jewish friends who tell me that Zelensky is not a Jew, but he is a disgrace to the Jews.” This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin in an interview at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum
Stoltenberg, we are aiming at the NATO-Ukraine Council in Vilnius
«We are working on the creation of the NATO-Ukraine Council, where Kiev will sit on an equal footing with the allies. Our ambition is to hold the first meeting of the Council at the Vilnius summit with President Volodymyr Zelensky, ”said NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg at the end of the meeting of the Minister of Defense.
Kyiv: massive bombing in Kherson
The regional prosecutor’s office said that this afternoon the Russian army launched massive shelling of residential areas in Kherson, southern Ukraine. It was reported that six civilians were injured, and that power lines, a clinic and a residential building were hit.
The Kremlin: Putin will soon be in Türkiye
Russian President Vladimir Putin will go to Türkiye “soon”. This was stated by Kremlin political advisor Yuri Ushakov, quoting the Interfax news agency, and said that the visit was agreed upon with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Putin: Changes in the world are irreversible
Global changes in all areas are not temporary, but fundamental, deep and irreversible. This is how Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at the St. Petersburg Economic Forum, as reported by TASS.
Attack on Kiev, Ukraine: 12 Russian missiles were shot down.
The Ukrainian Air Force said it had rejected “six Kinzhal missiles, six Kalibr missiles and two reconnaissance drones” in the morning air strike over Ukraine, including the capital. Air alert stopped in Kiev.
The Kremlin: “Putin remains open to any contact to resolve the war”
Russian President Vladimir Putin is open to any contacts and ideas to discuss various options for resolving the Ukrainian issue: the Kremlin says so, as reported by Interfax. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told the media today that “President Putin was and remains open to any contact to discuss options for resolving the Ukrainian problem.”
700 fighters from the Azov Brigade in Russian prisons
About 700 fighters from the Azov brigade are currently being held in Russia. Emphasizing that the Red Cross and other organizations should pay more attention to Ukrainian prisoners who have been tried in the Russian Federation, Yevgenia Sinelnik, representative of the Association of Defenders’ Families in Azovstal, told Radio Svoboda. “The boys are exhausted, they look like they just got out of a concentration camp. We suspect that they received medical assistance, ”said the representative of the Association of Families of the Defenders of Azovstal, who said that in the prisons “there is no hygiene, no proper treatment for them, and no minimum sanitary conditions.”
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