Summary of Day 172 of Russia’s Attack on Ukraine: Fierce Battles in Pisky Village, Moscow-US Relations Could Destroy

KYIV, – Invasion Russia the Ukraine has entered its 172nd day on Sunday (14/8/2022) since it started on February 24th. Following summary of the Russian attack on Ukraine 172nd day, as reported Reuters. Also read: When Russian Tourists to Finland Are Greeted with a Ukrainian Song… Battle Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said his troops … Read more

An influential man in the background. The economist who won over Putin and is behind Russia’s “gas for rubles” tactic

Russia’s war against Ukraine presents interesting material for research into the effectiveness of economic sanctions, as well as the possibility of responding to them. It is no secret that practically the only area where Russia can do any harm to Western countries is in energy resources, namely natural gas. While the sanctions banning Western politicians … Read more

Russia’s GDP drops 4% in the second quarter – Ukraine Invasion

The Russian Federation’s gross domestic product (GDP) dropped 4% in the second quarter of the year, the first since Moscow sent its troops to invade Ukraine, the state statistical agency said on Friday. The Russian economy has suffered the brunt of economic sanctions after it invaded Ukraine on February 24, including its exclusion from the … Read more

Ukraine: Russia’s “record holder” finally lost his post

Adviser to the Minister of Internal Affairs, Anton Herashchenko, reported this on the basis of Russian Telegram channels. This was also announced by journalist Yurijs Butusovas, based on sources in Russia. He noted that the main strike force of the Black Sea Fleet – the 43rd Naval Assault Aviation Regiment – was stationed at the … Read more

Putin fires commander of Russia’s Black Sea Fleet after bombings at Crimean airfield

Vladimir Putin’s visit to Iran on 19.07.2022. Photo: AFP/Scanpix/LETA Russian President Vladimir Putin has fired the commander of the Black Sea Fleet, Igor Osipov, following the bombings at the Saki military airfield in Crimea, Anton Herashchenko, an adviser to Ukraine’s interior minister, said on Thursday. Most read Fisherman: “such a unit of measure for firewood … Read more

Ukraine-Russia. Attack on an air base in Crimea. United Kingdom: Russia’s Black Sea Fleet weakened

As a result of the recent explosions at a Russian military airport in Crimea, at least five Su-24 and three Su-30 aircraft have been destroyed or seriously damaged. This significantly weakened the aviation of the Russian Black Sea Fleet, assessed the British Ministry of Defense on Friday in its daily intelligence update. Ukrainian Forbes estimated … Read more

Russia’s Nuclear Forces Can Cause Doomsday, UN Please Don’t Use

Jakarta – United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres requested Russia to stop his threatening behavior using nuclear. At the opening of the main conference of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) in New York, Guterres warned that the world faced a nuclear danger not seen since the height of the Cold War. He alluded to Russia’s war … Read more

Ukraine stops Russia’s supply of oil to the EU

loading… The receiving station of the Druzhba pipeline between Hungary and Russia is seen at the Hungarian MOL Groups Danube Refinery, Szazhalombatta, Hungary, May 18, 2022. Photo/REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo KIEV – Ukrainian state oil pipeline operator Ukrtransnafta has stopped pumping Russian crude through the southern branch of the Druzhba system to the European Union (EU). RIA … Read more