The shipment of arms to Ukraine and other countries is a “threat to Europe’s security.” This was stated by the Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, quoted by TASS.
“Tonight is a night of enormous numbers of phosphorus bombs. Fifty airstrikes, rockets, artillery shells and all that a savage could use against humanity.” This was stated by the Deputy Commander of the Azov Regiment Svyatoslav Palmer in a video broadcast on the Telegram Channel of Ukraine 24.
In the event of a strategic threat to Russia’s territory, Putin’s warning of a “lightning fast response” with “unarmed weapons” should be taken “seriously” but “should not scare us too much.” This was stated by Boris Johnson’s Minister of Defense Ben Wallace. According to Wallace, Putin is raising the tone in Ukraine to “cover up his failures”. “NATO is taking it incredibly seriously, and we must take it seriously – he adds – but without allowing us to be intimidated by our commitment to protect Ukraine from its brutality.”
China attacks NATO, It is “a tool for seeking the supremacy of individual nations” not only in the North Atlantic but also in the Asia-Pacific region, which in recent years has returned to “show its power and provoke conflict.” Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenpin responded by referring to British Foreign Secretary Liz Tras’ comments on the importance of NATO’s global perspective – citing Taiwan and the Indo-Pacific as “the result of the Cold War and the world’s largest military alliance.” , Should assess the coalition situation and make necessary changes.
The German Bundestag has agreed to hand over heavy weapons to Ukraine. After a parliamentary debate, the motion was passed with a majority and opposition votes. Members of Parliament cast 586 votes in favor and 100 votes against. Seven did not vote.
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has arrived in Ukraine to meet with President Zhelensky.
Guterres’ trip to Ukraine – “When I see these buildings destroyed by the war, I imagine my family, my granddaughter panicking and running. This destruction is unacceptable in the 21st century“. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in Borodianka, one of the cities most affected by the Russian invasion, said he was standing on the main street and partially collapsed in front of 5 10-storey buildings. “War does not end with meetings. The war will end when the Russian Federation comes to an end After the ceasefire, there is always the possibility of a serious political agreement, ”Guterres said.
The UN Secretary General’s visit to Ukraine will include stops in the vicinity of Kiev, the theater of actions that led to Russian forces, and therefore Pucha, Irbin and Borodianka. Guterres came to Ukraine after being in Moscow.
“The civilians are paying the highest price for the war. That fact must be taken into account. ” Guterres appealed to Moscow to cooperate with the International Criminal Court in The Hague on war crimes in Ukraine.
“Life is slowly returning to normal, but now the most serious problem is the mines. Another 22,000 ammunition left by Russians in the Kiev area. This is a big job.” This was stated by General Oleksandr Pavliuk, head of the Kiev regional military administration, with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who visited the most devastated cities in the northwestern Ukrainian capital, Borodianka, Pucha and Irfin. March last year. General Oleksandr Pavliuk said, “What General Secretary Guterres saw here is incomparable to what is happening in the Lukansk and Donetsk regions.”
The risk of a missile attack from the southeast to the Black Sea to Lviv was thwarted by Ukrainian air defense.. According to The Guardian, Lviv (Lviv) Governor Maxim Kozitsky announced this on Twitter. The governor writes that an air alert was triggered in the area because of the “threat”. But now the situation is “calm,” he added. Kozitsky said police had so far handled 1,568 complaints about suspicious persons and objects, according to the English daily’s website.
New sanctions for Russia coming soon – Russia uses not only gas but also trade relations in general as a weapon. This was underlined by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky In his regular nightly news, the BBC reported. In particular, Zelensky believes that the decision to reduce gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria makes it clear that “no one in Europe can maintain normal economic cooperation with Russia.” The Ukrainian president later noted: “Russia views not only gas, but every trade relationship as a weapon”, and stressed: Russia “targets a united Europe”. The European Union is preparing a sixth embargo against Russia The invasion of Ukraine is set to begin this week, including a gradual shutdown of Russian oil. Allegations of alleged war crimes continue to be exchanged between Moscow and Kiev And the United States has condemned the Russian military’s new abuses and is preparing to provide more aid to Ukraine over the next five months. Yesterday, President Sergio Materella, speaking at the Council of Europe, already revealed Italy yes to new sanctionsRather than tests of strength between major powers, it calls for a search for peace through dialogue Prime Minister Drake is set to meet with US President Joe Biden on May 10 We need to strengthen the alliance.
The United States has said it has received “credible information” that Russian troops had executed Ukrainians who wanted to surrender near Donetsk. Moscow has retaliated with one of its ambassadors to the UN, alleging that Ukrainians tortured prisoners at a torture center in Mariupol, known as the “Library”.
In the case of the purchase of Russian gas by a European company, “if the specific contract is offered for payment in Euros or Dollars, the obligation of the Company ends upon payment in Euros or Dollars”. “If the payment is in rubles, we are not talking about a fixed agreement and we are talking about violating sanctions.” European Commission spokesman Eric Mammer told a daily news conference.
Weapons – In the aftermath of the NATO summit in Rammstein, several voices were raised in support of re-arming, with Putin threatening to use secret weapons against the West and the Ukrainians already condemning the use of phosphorous weapons. Kiev is asking the United States for other weapons, especially attack drones and ammunition, waiting for Biden’s correction, and he has asked Congress for funding to support Ukraine from a military and humanitarian perspective. Meanwhile, the US Chamber has approved legislation that would allow the confiscation and sale of property of oligarchy groups subject to sanctions and the use of proceeds for reconstruction in Ukraine.
Gas nozzle – After stopping Poland and Bulgaria, the leader of the Duma called on all ‘enemy nations’ to turn off the pipes. In Italy, although payments in rubles are prohibited, flows from Russia are currently in order, but the government is working to diversify supply sources. The next payments to Moscow are scheduled for mid-May. Warning from Berlin: “Energy embargo, Germany will go into recession”.
Gazprombank’s number two is fleeing, and on March 2 he will join the Ukrainian regional security forces, becoming the fourth top manager to oust Putin. Another oligarch in Italy, Vladimir Lisin, is known as the richest man in Russia. The Ukrainian military says it has risen to 22,400 since the start of the offensive and has shot down several planes and a Russian drone over Odessa.
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