There was also an “observer from Latvia” in Russia’s pseudo-referendums in Ukraine / Diena

Alina Gerliņa, a Latvian citizen living in Russia, allegedly took part in monitoring the pseudo-referendum taking place in the Donetsk region. She complained to the Russian media “RIA Novosti” about the EU sanctions, from which the Europeans themselves are suffering. Gerliņa has already come under the attention of the State Security Service (VDD). She was … Read more

This move by Hungary to “referenda” in Ukraine will not please Putin

If Hungary will not receive funds from the EU reconstruction fund, then the government of Viktor Orban will look for money from other sources, Gulyas said. However, he added that negotiations on these measures went in the right direction. He also noted – answering journalists’ questions – that the government had not applied for a … Read more

Kolar: Putin is playing for his life. He is losing on the battlefield and in the international arena

The pseudo-referendum in Ukraine’s self-proclaimed separatist republics has ended. Annexation is expected to follow. How should the West respond? We all know that referendums are neither legitimate nor legal. There are two reasons why Putin is doing this. He wants to have an argument for the Russians that “special operations” in Ukraine make sense, that … Read more

Russian propaganda is celebrating success far from Ukraine. Part of Africa leans on the side of the aggressor — ČT24 — Czech Television

Africa’s divisiveness in condemning the Russian invasion of Ukraine was evident soon after the start of the war. When the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on this issue in March, representatives of 25 of the 54 African states abstained from voting and did not condemn Moscow’s aggression against the neighboring country, he recalls The … Read more

After the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has removed 80% of its soldiers from the border with the Baltic states and Finland

After the invasion of Ukraine, Russia has removed 80% of its soldiers from the border with the Baltic states and Finland, several high-ranking European officials have revealed to the magazine “Foreign Policy”. An estimated 30,000 Russian troops were stationed along Russia’s border with the Baltic states and Finland before the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Up … Read more

VIDEO. What do Russian citizens think about mobilization and are they willing to go to war in Ukraine?

11:47 AM on September 29, 2022 As has been repeatedly reported, Russian President Vladimir Putin some time ago issued an order for “partial mobilization”, which he believed could help Russia win the war in Ukraine more quickly. Soon after, riots broke out in the streets of Russian cities, and air tickets, for example, to Turkey, … Read more

4 Cities in Ukraine that were destroyed by Russian attacks

loading… JAKARTA – The war between Ukraine and Russia has been going on since February 2014. However, the issue of an attack by Russia on Ukraine has only been heard since November 2021. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will also be a major threat to peace and security in Europe which will lead to a cold … Read more

Ukraine: Erdogan, nuclear war would be catastrophe – World

“The cost of declaring a nuclear war would be catastrophic.” This was stated by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during an interview with CNN Turk, talking about the conflict between Moscow and Kiev. “We shouldn’t think about this, solving the problem through diplomacy would be the most appropriate step,” added the Turkish leader. REPRODUCTION RESERVED … Read more

Ukraine can count on the support of the new government / Article

“You know you can count on our loyal support for the cause of freedom for the Ukrainian people. Stay strong and keep your faith steadfast!” Meloni tweeted to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Tuesday. In a tweet, Zelensky congratulated Meloni on his election victory and thanked Italy for its assistance to Ukraine, which is at … Read more