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What to remember from June 28

What to remember from June 28

Volodymyr Zelensky announced the arrest of a man suspected of coordinating an attack on a restaurant in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. At least 11 people were killed in the attack.

At least 11 people were killed and more than 60 injured in a strike at a restaurant in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine. Those who did these strikes “People Without Humanity”, Volodymyr Zelensky responded on Wednesday, June 28. For its part, the Kremlin said it was only attacking military targets in Ukraine. Here’s what to remember today.

Zelensky announced his arrest after the Kramatorsk attack

Volodymyr Zelensky announced, Wednesday, June 28, then arrested a person“Terrorist Attack” Russian in Kramatorsk, where at least 11 people died and “More than 60 injured” Earlier in the day, according to a recent statement by the Ukrainian president. “Today Security Services (SBU) and special forces of the police arrested the person who coordinated this terrorist attack.“, the Ukrainian president said in his daily evening speech.

“Those who help destroy the lives of Russian terrorists deserve maximum punishment”According to whom the Ukrainian leader warned “There may still be people under the rubble”. Those who did these strikes “People Without Humanity”He continued, believing that such activities fall within the scope “High Treason” Imprisonment for life.

Putin says he does not suspect Russian support during the uprising

Russian President Vladimir Putin said “no doubt” Russian support during Wagner’s armed rebellion last week, which has sparked the country’s worst crisis since he came to power 20 years ago. “I don’t doubt the reaction [des gens] Dagestan and throughout the country”He said during an interview with the leader of this southern Russian republic, according to an extract broadcast by Russian state television.

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Wagner’s armed rebellion led by its leader Evguéni Prigojine last weekend has shaken Russian power, amid the conflict in Ukraine, where the Russian military faces a counterattack by troops from Kiev.

Wagner Group’s presence in Belarus is a “potential threat”

A possible presence of the Wagner group in Belarus “A Potential Threat” To neighboring countries, members of neighboring NATO’s Eastern bloc, Polish President Andrzej Duda said. Belarus announced the arrival of Yevgeny Prigozhin, head of the Wagner mercenaries, on its territory the day before as part of a deal that ended his 24-hour insurgency in Russia on Saturday. Poland shares a border with Belarus, as do Lithuania and Latvia.

Biden calls Putin ‘outcast’

Joe Biden considered Russian President Vladimir Putin “pariah” WHO “To lose[ait] clearly” It is too early to say whether the war in Ukraine, according to the US president, has weakened his Russian adversary because of Wagner’s abandoned insurgency. Asked by reporters at the White House whether Vladimir Putin is now weak, Joe Biden responded: “It’s hard to say, but he clearly lost the battle.”