UPDATE 07:00 Moscow: “We are advancing towards Bahmut” vs Kiev: “We are resisting”
The battle for the conquest of the city of Bahmut continues unabated. Sources in Moscow claimed there had been “significant progress” in the past 48 hours, while Kiev responded: “We are resisting.” According to the Ukrainian media, units of the elite forces from Kiev are active in the city of Donetsk. The objective would be to block as many Muscovite troops as possible, to divert them from the fronts of the counteroffensive.
UPDATE 00:30 Kadyrov: Chechen troops in the area of special operations in Ukraine
“Soldiers of the 94th operational regiment of the Russian Guard went to the area of special operations”, said the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadîrov, quoted by the RIA Novosti news agency.
UPDATE 00:00 Moscow: visas refused to Russian reporters who go with Lavrov to the UN
Russian journalists accompanying Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov have not obtained visas to enter the United States to cover the UN Security Council meeting to be chaired by Moscow. Spokesperson Maria Zaharova denounced this, as reported by Tass. “There are 40 minutes left until he leaves. Journalists do not have visas. The US Embassy responded that it was “being worked on”. It is a clear manipulation of freedom of expression and a violation of the rights of journalists,” he added.
UPDATE 00:00 China’s ambassador to France: “The countries of the former Soviet Union are not sovereign states.” Baltic countries’ anger: “Unacceptable words”
The foreign ministers of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, in separate statements, considered unacceptable the statements of Lu Shaye, the Chinese ambassador to France. Shaye, in a recent interview with the French news channel LCI. The Asian questioned the sovereignty of the former Soviet republics, including the three Baltic countries.
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis tweeted that “if anyone is still wondering why the Baltic states don’t trust China to ‘broker peace in Ukraine’, here’s a Chinese ambassador claiming that Crimea is Russian and that our countries’ borders they have no legal law. the base”. His Estonian counterpart, Margus Tsahkna, said the Chinese ambassador’s comments were “false and a misinterpretation of history”, while Latvian Foreign Minister Edgar Rinkevics said the remarks were “completely unacceptable”.
UPDATE 00:00 EU: since the beginning of the war in Ukraine, hacker attacks have increased by 140%
“Since the start of Vladimir Putin’s desired war in Ukraine, cyber attacks” against the European Union “have increased by 140%”. This is what the European commissioner for the internal market, Thierry Breton, said during the Questions Politiques program of France Inter. The Russian president “is afraid of the European project and is doing everything to divide Europe and weaken it”, the commissioner emphasized.
UPDATE 00:00 Moscow is looking for volunteers, “appeal to real men”. Maxi-recruitment campaign
The Russian government is calling on “real men” to find new forces to send to Ukraine. The new recruitment campaign of the Ministry of Defense in Moscow was launched to a large extent, on social networks, on television and through billboards. The aim, according to British security intelligence, is to recruit 400,000 volunteers.
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