June 19, 2024

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Live War in Ukraine: Putin compares West to “fascist Germany and Italy”.

Live War in Ukraine: Putin compares West to “fascist Germany and Italy”.


North Macedonia delivered 12 helicopters to Ukraine

North Macedonia’s civil servants will propose to the government to donate 12 M-12 helicopters purchased in Kiev several years ago to Ukraine. Slobodan Pecat.

According to North Macedonian Defense Minister Slavjanka Petrovska, these helicopters are “at the end of their service” and should eventually be destroyed.


Actor Orlando Bloom visits Kyiv

The British actor announces on his account instagram He made his first trip to Ukraine since 2016 as a UNICEF ambassador in recent days.

He explains that the children’s center he visited was built deep inside the kyiv metro to ensure their safety.


Putin has consistently signed up against the West and rejects any military alliance with China

Asked about the ongoing news channel Rossiya 24, Vladimir Putin insists there is “no secret” in Sino-Russian cooperation. “Russia does not form a military alliance with China and does not threaten any country,” the Russian president was quoted as saying. RIA Novosti.

According to him, “the West has begun to build a new axis similar to that built by the fascist regimes of Germany and Italy and militarist Japan in the 1930s”.


Two people were killed and one injured in the Donetsk region

According to the governor of the region, Pavlo Kirilenko, two of them, Pivnychne and Chasiv, were killed yesterday. Another civilian was injured in Avdivka, he added telegram.


“You have to assume that you want Russia to fail,” says Garry Kasparov

“Propaganda spreads fake news, fake maps, fake reports all the time. The only way to convince them otherwise is for Ukraine to start piling up victories, the now “foreign agent” according to Moscow promises.

(LP/Rodin Panica)


According to the Ukrainian military, more than 170,000 Russian soldiers were killed

In His daily pointUkrainian civil servants say 170,550 Russian soldiers have been killed since the start of the conflict, including 660 in the past 24 hours, although this information could not be independently verified.

The army also claims to have disabled a total of 3,600 armored vehicles.


Russia condemns Kiev for “taking Belarus as a nuclear hostage”.

After Vladimir Putin’s decision yesterday to deploy “tactical” nuclear weapons in Belarus, Kiev reacted to “hostages” on Moscow’s loyal ally Minsk.

“This is a step towards internal destabilization of the country,” said Oleksiy Danilov, secretary of the Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council.


Germany prepares to expel 30 Russian diplomats

According to a German weekly attentionInterior Minister Nancy Fesser wants to crack down on Russian spies.

Annalena Berbach, her colleague at the Foreign Office, plans to expel more than 30 Russian diplomats accredited to Berlin.

Officials said these diplomats from Moscow would use their diplomatic immunity to illegally recruit German informants.



According to General Yakovle, Putin is using the nuclear threat to counter his difficulties

“It proves that things are bad for him. Every time, it raises the fear of nuclear power,” explains General Michel Yakovlev, guest of France Info.

He specifically recalled that “Bugmouth was a battle of no strategic importance” and that whatever the outcome of this battle, “there is one last city.”


The IAEA chief will visit Zaporizhia in the coming days

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Croci will visit the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant “next week,” the agency announced. on his site.

A visit, the exact date of which was not specified, but was aimed at “assessing the serious situation in terms of nuclear safety and security at the installation and underlining the urgent need to protect it during the ongoing military conflict in the country”. .


Russia to deploy ‘tactical’ nukes in Belarus

The Russian president also said Moscow would deploy “tactical” nuclear weapons on the territory of its ally Belarus, which sits at the gateway to the European Union.

“There is nothing unusual here: the United States has been doing this for decades. They have been stationing their tactical nuclear weapons on the territory of their allies for a long time,” he said in an interview broadcast on Russian television. “We agreed to do the same. »


Putin threatens to use depleted uranium bombs

“Of course, Russia must answer. We have, without exaggeration, hundreds of thousands of such bombs. We are not using them at the moment,” the Russian president explains during a television interview.

(Kavril Grigorov/Sputnik/AFP)


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