October 4, 2022

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Ukraine – Russia, today’s news from the war: the horror from Bucha to Borodinka

Putin, his ministers, and the generals of the Russian army should be tried for genocide and war crimes, as was the case with Hitler’s generals at the Nuremberg trials. This is the request made by Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, Addressed the Security Council yesterday to the United Nations in his speech. And Zelensky returned at night, via social networking sites, to request the suspension of Russia’s membership in all international bodies, criticizing the United Nations, saying: “As long as Moscow exercises its veto, the United Nations is unable to exercise its functions.” Meanwhile, come out of the Busha massacre The scary history of the army who looted homes and shipped furniture and appliances to their families. The European Union is ready to launch new sanctions, and the conflict is spreading at the diplomatic level: too Italy expelled 30 members From the Russian representative office in our country. On the military level, the war does not stop, and from the cities that were destroyed by the bombing, by Urban In Borodyanka, they appear Testimonies of new horrors. The United States has allocated an additional $100 million to supply the Kyiv army with Javelin anti-tank missiles.

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09.08 Turkey requests investigation into Bush-Erpin case: “We share the suffering of the Ukrainian people”

“Our primary expectation is to open an independent investigation into the events to determine who is responsible.” This came in a statement issued by the Turkish Foreign Ministry regarding the Bucha and Irbin massacres in Ukraine. “Targeting innocent civilians is unacceptable,” the statement said, adding that “Turkey shares the pain of the Ukrainian people.”

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08.55 Ukraine, Kyiv: an oil depot in Dnipropetrovsk was hit

“During the night, the Russian army launched several air raids on the Dnipropetrovsk region and hit an oil depot,” he added. It was written by the head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, Valentin Reznichenko, on Telegram, which was taken by Ukrinform. It is not clear if there have been any casualties.

08.33 Ukraine, 167 children killed since the beginning of the invasion

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Killed 167 children And 279 wounded, according to the press service of the Attorney General. Young lives were killed in the Kyiv province (78), in Donetsk (81), Kharkiv (64), Chernihiv (49), Mykolaiv (39), Lugansk (31), Zaporizhia (22), Kherson (29), the city of Kyiv ( 16), Sumy (16), Zhytomyr region (15).

08.20 Kyiv: 400 people missing from the suburb of Hostomil

About 400 residents of the Kyiv suburb of Hostomil went missing after 35 days of Russian occupation. The complaint comes from the head of the local military administration, Taras Domenko, who spoke on a broadcast from a radio station quoted by Ukrayinska Pravda. She added that authorities are currently searching basements in the area, citing, for example, people who have lost the case of the husband and son of a local doctor who were relocated 12 days ago. Then Domenico spoke of the impossibility of finding the bodies of some of the people who had apparently been killed.

08.14 A car against the Russian Embassy in Bucharest “deliberate act” is not excluded

A car at high speed crashed into the entrance gate of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in Bucharest. The car caught fire and the driver died. Bucharest authorities do not rule out that the accident was a “deliberate act”: reported the Digi24 TV channel, citing law enforcement sources.

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Moscow in 07.48 concentrated on the control of Donetsk and Luhansk

The main focus of the Russian forces is on the operation of “the complete control of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions”: this was noted by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in its daily update. Kyiv notes that there were also continuous attacks in the eastern regions of the country, but without success and assures that the Russian forces continue their offensive on Mariupol, one of the most bombed and destroyed cities due to the fighting, successfully defended by Ukrainian forces. Now over forty days.

07.30 Moscow, there will be a response to any action against Russia

Moscow will provide an adequate response to any action against Russia. This was stated by Maria Zakharova, a spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, in an interview with Radio Sputnik, which was reported by the TASS news agency.

06.40 British intelligence: “Mariopol is under attack.”

According to the British military intelligence services, fierce battles and air strikes are taking place in Mariupol. The report claims that most of the 16 thousand residents who remained in the city suffer from lack of electricity, water and medicine.

06.30 660 million donated to Moldova to help refugees

European and international donors have agreed to send 659.5 million euros in aid to Moldova, Europe’s poorest country, which hosts more than 100,000.
Ukrainian refugees. German Foreign Minister Annalina Barbock confirmed that Germany will work to help Moldova break free from its dependence on Russia for energy supplies.

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06.13 Twitter will restrict Kremlin propaganda

Restrictions on the profiles of the Russian government to reduce the impact of advertising on social networks. Twitter announced them, explaining that official accounts for Twitter users will not be recommended in all categories of the app, including searches. The Guardian reported it.

Bucha, satellite images show the bodies in the street before the Russian withdrawal


05.43 Kiev Prosecutor: “At least 5,000 war crimes investigated”

At least 5,000 war crimes committed by Russians are currently under investigation in Ukraine: Ukrainian Prosecutor General Irina Venediktova said in a briefing in Bucha, which was reported by some media, including the Kyiv Independent. “Even in this harsh situation, war crimes are the first to appear in the system, followed by crimes against humanity and genocide,” Venediktova said.

32.05 Mayor of Bocha: “I saw some executions of 320 people killed in the city”

The mayor of Bucha told the BBC that Russian forces had killed at least 320 of his compatriots during the occupation of the city, adding that he had witnessed some of these executions first-hand. “I watched several episodes,” says Anatoly Fedoruk. “There were three civilian cars trying to evacuate in the direction of Kyiv and they were brutally shot and killed. There was also a pregnant woman whose husband screamed not to shoot her. But they shot and killed her brutally.”
Fedorok also told the BBC that Russians in particular were looking for politicians.

04.21 The Pentagon: Funds to Fund Urgent Need for Javelin Systems

Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said the additional $100 million in funding decided by the Biden administration would be used “to meet Ukraine’s urgent need for additional Javelin anti-armor systems.” Kirby noted that the Ukrainians used shoulder-fired missiles “very effectively to defend their country”. The $100 million allocated today brings US military assistance to Ukraine to “more than $1.7 billion since the invasion” and more than $2.4 billion since Biden’s tenure began.

03.20 The United States will send Javelin missiles to Ukraine

Washington announced that it will provide an additional $100 million in aid to support Ukraine’s security. The intervention is intended to supply the Ukrainian military with the Javelin anti-tank missiles it has ordered, and is dependent on a funding package approved by Congress for Ukraine. “Following a delegation from the president, I have authorized $100 million to meet Ukraine’s urgent need for anti-armor systems,” said Foreign Minister Blinken, who is based in Brussels.

02.45 Intel Group suspends all activities in Russia

Chip giant Intel has announced that it has suspended all of its activities in Russia with immediate effect. Expressing its closeness to its 1,200 Russian employees, Intel said steps have been taken to reduce the negative impact of the blockade in Russia on business as a whole.

02.14 WHO will provide antiretroviral drugs to Ukrainian AIDS patients

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that it will provide thousands of doses of antiretroviral drugs to Ukraine to meet the needs of HIV patients in the country over the next 12 months. In Ukraine, about 260 thousand people are affected by HIV, which is the second most affected country in Europe after Russia, and before the invasion of Moscow, about half of them were receiving antiretroviral therapy.

01.57 Zelensky: “Punishments commensurate with Russian crimes”

“Now is a decisive moment, especially for Western leaders,” Ukrainian President Zelebsky said in a speech on social issues, calling for the next round of sanctions against Russia to be “commensurate with the gravity of the war crimes committed by the occupiers.” “Kyiv is now the capital of global democracy, the capital of the struggle for freedom for all on the European continent,” says Zelensky.

01.55 Zelensky: “As long as Russia remains inside, the United Nations does not work”

“The United Nations Security Council exists, security in the world does not exist” and then Russia “discredits the United Nations and all other international institutions in which it continues to participate.” say Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in a letter posted on Facebook. The Ukrainian president says that the United Nations is “currently unable to carry out the tasks for which it was created”. Zelensky called for Russia to be taken out of the body, where it wields its veto, saying that Moscow’s role at the United Nations is to “prevent everything that is constructive and use world architecture to spread lies and justify the evil it does.”

01.07 Cyprus will not send weapons to Ukraine, but stands in solidarity

The head of the Cypriot Defense Ministry, Charalambos Petrides, said that Cyprus will not send weapons to Ukraine at the request of the United States, so as not to reduce its defense capacity. This was written by RIA Novosti, citing media sources. Speaking before the parliamentary committee, Petrides made it clear that there is no such possibility, because the country is under occupation. However, Cyprus stands in solidarity with Ukraine and provides it with humanitarian assistance.

01.05 Lviv, weather warnings continue to be issued

In Lviv and Dnipropetrovchina, eyewitnesses reported explosions, and air alerts continued. “The air defense forces are working, they are protecting our calm atmosphere. The air alert continues. Stay hidden,” reported Okranska Pravda, citing the head of the Lviv Regional Military Administration Maxim Kosietsky.

00.55 Plaintiff: Numerous reports of sexual violence

The Ukrainian Prosecutor General, Irina Venediktova, said that the country’s law enforcement agencies are recording an increasing number of reports about sexual assaults To women, men, minors and the elderly. He added that the Ukrainian government was working to help the victims, according to the Kyiv Independent newspaper.

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