At present, Russia has removed from the territory of Belarus all stocks of ammunition for artillery systems and MLRS, which were created in the interests of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the eve of the attack on Ukraine, — Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov, Deputy Chief of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces said.
Russia is plunging into chaos, - Polish special services Mass detentions in Moscow, panic actions of the internal services, raids on the streets, fires destroying Russian cities, explosions at military bases - the latest data indicate that Russia is sinking into chaos, - said the Commissioner of the Polish government for the security of information space Stanisław Żaryn.
The invaders damaged the world's largest radio telescope During the occupation, the Russian military was stationed on the territory of the experimental observatory in the Chuguyiv district of the Kharkiv region. They dug trenches and left behind a lot of ammunition and their remains. According to Olga Naumenko, deputy head of the investigation department of the Chuguyiv district police department, the building of the institution is destroyed and most likely cannot be restored.
Mass arrests of military personnel have begun in Moscow — the Main Directorate of Intelligence of the Ministry of Defence of Ukraine. "A complex of "measures" directed against the military began in the Russian capital. The traffic in the centre is blocked," the message reads.
Putin proposed to declare 2025 as the year of the 80th anniversary of victory "in the Great Patriotic War" and unity in the fight against Nazism in the CIS, according to the Kremlin's propaganda media reports. CIS – Commonwealth of Independent States – is a regional intergovernmental organization in Asia and Eastern Europe that includes several post-Soviet countries.
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.
Britain's new prime minister has vowed to challenge Putin's regime at the G20 summit Rishi Sunak is off to Bali this Sunday afternoon for the G20 summit of the world's largest economies. British officials were preparing for this meeting, believing that the Russian president would be there.
French intellectuals called on Macron's government to act as the best ally of Ukraine To count on the primacy in the EU, France must make a turn in foreign policy, moving closer to the positions of Eastern and Central Europe, finally abandoning the role of a "balancing force" in the face of Moscow and significantly increasing military support for Ukraine.
Russia has ordered 2,400 Shahed kamikaze drones from Iran — Zelensky at the G7 meeting "And therefore ... it is important that we have enough missiles to the air defense and anti-missile systems provided so that these systems are integrated with our system of defense." The President of Ukraine also said that only one person is blocking peace, and that person is in Moscow.
The US has declared that it is treating Russian President Vladimir Putin's threats to use nuclear weapons to defend land it will soon claim in Ukraine "seriously." John Kirby, a spokesman for the US Department of Defense, claimed that while the US was not altering its "strategic deterrent posture" against Russia, Putin had acted irresponsibly in stating that his nation would use all available means to defend its borders.
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Maxim Loktev, the deputy military commissar for Moscow, announced on Tuesday, September 27, who was exempt from mobilization, including individuals with reservations, large families, and the ill. The following will not be called up in compliance with Russian Federation legal requirements: Reserved citizens are those who work for companies in the defense industry, have been medically determined to be temporarily unfit for military service, are group I disabled or are caring for four or more children under the age of 16 who are dependent on them.
Iran confirmed supplies of new weapons to Russia: "Where they are used is not the seller's problem” The agreement between Iran and Russia was concluded on October 6, when an Iranian delegation arrived in Moscow. One of the Iranian diplomats confirmed that the Russians had requested more drones and Iranian precision-guided ballistic missiles, particularly the Fateh and Zolfaghar missile types.
Russian President Vladimir Putin requested a fractional preparation of reservists to reinforce his powers in Ukraine, a disliked get that started uncommon fights the nation over and prompted exactly 1,300 captures. The risky order follows setbacks for Putin’s troops nearly seven months after they invaded Ukraine.
Ukraine’s presidency says strikes have been reported in “many” cities in Ukraine, a day after Moscow blamed Kyiv for an explosion on a bridge connecting Crimea to Russia. “Ukraine is under missile attack. There is information about strikes in many cities of our country,” Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of the president’s office, said on social media, calling on the population to “stay in shelters”.
Moscow comments after Ukraine claims it arrived at the Russian border Russia's tactical activity in Ukraine will proceed, the Kremlin said Monday, after Ukrainian powers a recovered huge area in a counter-hostile in the nation's east. "The extraordinary military activity proceeds and will go on until the targets that were initially set are accomplished," Kremlin representative Dmitry Peskov told columnists, adding that he saw "no possibilities for dealings" between Moscow and Kyiv.
Russian military leaders discussed when and how Moscow might use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine
Russian military leaders discussed when and how Moscow might use tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine - The New York Times. This has caused concern in the United States. At the same time, US officials said they saw no evidence that the Russians were taking steps to prepare for a strike. President Volodymyr Zelensky said he was not sure that Russia would use nuclear weapons, but refused to assess Russia's actions. "I am not sure. I do not want to give an assessment, because Russia likes to do the opposite..."
Following the partial mobilization intended to support Russia's activity in Ukraine, at least 726 individuals were detained at rallies in 32 locations throughout Russia, with over half of them in Moscow, according to police monitoring group OVD-Info. Russian authorities on Saturday detained more than 700 people at protests against the partial mobilization ordered by President Vladimir Putin this week, according to an independent monitoring group.
Moscow's decision to hold "referendums" on joining Russia in occupied Ukrainian regions was both anticipated and unexpected. Presumed, because Russian officials and their municipal proxies have been discussing such votes since the beginning of this year's all-out invasion. Unexpected, given that such talk has died down in recent weeks.
As Russian troops retreat after dropping the important thing Ukrainian metropolis of Lyman they want to installation a brand new frontline to defend their dwindling gains -- however one key deliver direction has already been reduced off. The railway traces in northeastern Ukraine converges at Murmansk Vuzlovyi earlier than heading south toward Svatove, with inside the Luhansk region, now claimed through Moscow as an annexed Russian territory.