Ukraine: Biden, Zhelensky Invasion – do not want to hear from us about the world

Russian forces are integrated into the Donbass. Ukraine is losing the front line against Russia due to the lack of weapons, despite the fact that “Chevrodonetsk, Lychisansk and other cities in the east are still standing” and Kiev troops have counter-attacked in the southern Gershon. Bitter care comes directly from Ukrainian intelligence, which has appealed to Western nations to provide Kiev with the weapons it needs to thwart Vladimir Putin’s invasion – which has never stopped. One request – according to the government of Volodymyr Zhelensky – is that allies respond much slower and less generously than initially expected.

Ukraine returns – therefore – to ask for arms against Russia, complaining about the shortage of ammunition. D “He wants to destroy every cityZelensky: “In the Donbass but as long as there are artillery from our Western partners we will do everything to stop the Russians”:.

US President Joe Biden, said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky “Do not want to hear” US warnings ahead of Russian invasion of Ukraine. “I know a lot of people thought I was exaggerating, but I know we have information that supports (analysis),” Biden said. Then the US President added: “(Russian President Vladimir Putin) would have crossed the border. No doubt, and like many others, Zhelensky did not want to be heard. I understand why, but in the end (Putin) did.”

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Mariupol Meyer talks about the buildings demolished by the Russians, there are still corpses inside, which end up on the ground with ruins. The mayor – who fled Mariupol towards Ukraine-controlled territory – initially claims that “the occupiers involved Mariupol residents in carefully removing the rubble”, but when they saw the actual number of bodies that came later, they immediately evacuated the locals. “The actual number of corpses beneath the ruins of ruined houses is alarming – Boisenko writes on the telegram channel of the Mariupol City Council – that in almost all the destroyed buildings 50 to 100 people were killed and 1,300 buildings were demolished.” The mayor added that as the demolition of the buildings was carried out indiscriminately, the bodies of Mariupol residents killed in the fighting were carried to the ground with the rubble. The municipality of Mariupol estimates that at least 22,000 residents of the southeastern Ukrainian city were killed in the first three months of the war. “Unfortunately, the actual number of people killed may be higher than reported,” says Boychenko.

Meanwhile, France is ready to “take part in an operation” to “block the port of Odessa”. Scholz in Bulgaria today.

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