In Ukraine, the priest who taught Russian women to give birth to more "cannon meat" was eliminated
Mykhailo Vasiliev, an odious priest of the Moscow diocese, died in Ukraine. The obituary states that Vasiliev died in Ukraine while performing pastoral duties. Ukrainian soldiers "minus" the Moscow priest on the morning of November 6.
Vasiliev became especially popular in the Russian Federation after he said that Russian women simply need to give birth to many children in order not to miss their sons who were eliminated in Ukraine.
Russia has put an end to its prospects as an arms exporter
This was reported by The New York Times. Citing the data of analysts, the publication noted that the failures of the occupation army of the Russian Federation at the front undermined its reputation as a military power, and financial and export controls by the American and European governments will make it even more difficult for the Kremlin to imagine itself as a reliable long-term supplier of weapons for future deals.
"I don't think Russia will be able to recover as a major arms exporter after this. It's unlikely to happen anytime soon, if at all," said political scientist Ian Storey.
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