Zelenskyi invited to Washington because Biden believes the war has entered a new stage
Biden invited Zelenskyi to Washington because the war in Ukraine has entered a new stage "The president does think that as we're getting closer to winter, as we're entering ... a new phase of this war, of Putin's aggression, that this is a good time for the two leaders to sit down face to face and talk," he said in John Kirby, coordinator of strategic communications at the National Security Council, told CNN.
China has promised to neutralize Putin's nuclear threat.
The Spectator: The US has banned Poland from transferring Soviet MiG-29 jets to Ukraine, while China has promised to "neutralize Putin's nuclear threat". Initially, the US reacted positively to Poland's idea to transfer its Soviet MiG-29 fighters to the Ukrainian army. But the very next day, March 8, the Americans opposed such a transfer.
Kuleba said that Putin seeks to freeze the conflict and it may become a time bomb
Kuleba said that Putin seeks to freeze the conflict and it may become a time bomb "We need a victory, not a draw. If Russia is allowed to pause now, Putin will create a frozen conflict in the middle of Europe, a giant time bomb that will be ready to explode at any moment.
China seeks to distance itself from Putin, — Financial Times, citing its sources
China seeks to distance itself from Putin, — Financial Times, citing its sources Chinese diplomats have privately signalled that they want to improve relations with Western countries. Beijing is trying to improve relations, especially with Europe, after they were severely damaged by China's support for Russia.
ISW predicts that Russia will continue to conduct conventional military operations until 2023
The Institute for the Study of War (ISW) suggests that Russian President Vladimir Putin is waiting for winter and the onset of cold weather to see if they will change Europe's position in support of Ukraine. ISW predicts that Russia will continue to conduct conventional military operations until 2023, rather than move to tactical nuclear weapons or scale back its targets to achieve concrete results.
Russia will repair the Crimean bridge no earlier than September 2023 - British intelligence On Nove
The Russian Federation has already lost half of its tanks and most of its high-precision weapons in Ukraine - the Pentagon "Putin has failed ... Russia will repair the Crimean bridge no earlier than September 2023 - British intelligence On November 8, the bridge had to be closed to move and install a replacement 64-meter span.
Putin is preparing an attack on the Belgorod region under a foreign flag – ISW
Putin is preparing an attack on the Belgorod region under a "foreign flag" – ISW Kremlin propagandists have begun hypothesizing that Ukrainian forces are seeking to invade the Belgorod region, analysts write, while other propagandists point out that Russian forces need to regain control of the Kupiansk in Kharkiv Region to minimize the threat of a Ukrainian attack.
Armenia challenges Putin as his influence with allies wanes — The Guardian
Armenia challenges Putin as his influence with allies wanes — The Guardian Armenia has asked French President Emmanuel Macron to lead peace talks with Azerbaijan. And this was a challenge to Russian President Vladimir Putin, which indicates the loss of control over regional allies. “Dependence on Russia is destructive, so Yerevan is striving for rapprochement with Türkiye, closer ties with the EU, Iran and China.
China understands Russia will likely fail to defeat Ukraine and become a minor and weakened power
Russia did not warn China about the invasion of Ukraine: the Chinese government now speaks of no confidence in Putin personally, — Financial Times It is also alleged that China's deputy foreign minister was demoted "two levels of seniority" for failing to predict Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Putin To End Ukraine war
Ending war in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin calls for an end to the war between Russia and Ukraine. Following multiple convictions from neighboring countries, the president called for an end to the war. His actions taken by President Vladimir Putin were discouraged by the United States because he showed no interest in bringing peace to the world.
Mobilized Russians are forced to buy their own body armour- British intelligence
British intelligence reports that mobilized Russians are forced to buy their body armour, while equipment for reservists remains scarce Many reservists will probably have to purchase their body armour, which must be issued by the state – modern body armour can be bought in the Russian Federation for 40,000 rubles (about $640), which cost about $190 back in April.
Russia is ready for a dialogue on peace but with a conditions- Vladimir Putin
Russia is ready for a dialogue on peace, provided that Ukraine abandons the territories occupied by the Russian Federation, — Russian President Vladimir Putin in a conversation with Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan "In light of Recep Erdoğan’s readiness for Turkish mediation for a political settlement of the 'conflict', Vladimir Putin confirmed Russia's openness to a serious dialogue, provided that the 'Kyiv authorities' comply with the demands and account for the new territories," the report says.
Belarus President presented Russian President 'putin' a tractor as his 70th birthday- Ukraine Allege
Self-proclaimed "President" of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, presented Russian President Vladimir Putin with a "Belarus" tractor for his 70th birthday Lukashenko flew to Putin in St. Petersburg for the summit. At the entrance to the palace, journalists asked him what gift he had prepared for Putin's birthday, to which he replied:
Joe Biden denied Putin Meeting him at the G20 Summit - Politico
Biden does not want to meet with Putin at the G20 even in the hallway or in a joint photo of state leaders – Politico During the entire Biden presidency, he met with Putin only once – in Geneva. They spoke on the phone several more times, discussing the probable then Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine war update:As Putin looks to forge new business connections, the head of the Ukrainian army
Putin is allegedly planning a significant offensive for the new year, according to Ukraine. Despite several embarrassing defeats on the battlefield for Russia recently, senior Ukrainian authorities claim that Vladimir Putin is planning for a significant new attack in the new year. Oleksii Reznikov, the defence minister of Ukraine, told the Guardian in an interview that while his country could now successfully protect itself from Russian missile assaults on vital infrastructure, such as the electrical grid, there was evidence that Moscow was preparing a broad new offensive.
Zelenska Suggest the creation of a special tribunal to punish Putin and Russian War Crimes
It is not only Putin who should be punished, - Olena Zelenska "I think it's not just one person - Putin - we're talking about a 'collective Putin', and I believe that the whole 'collective Putin' should be punished," said the First Lady of Ukraine.
Britain's new prime minister has vowed to challenge Putin's regime at the G20 summit
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.
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry urged Scholz not to ask Putin to withdraw troops from Ukraine
Ukrainian Foreign Ministry urged Scholz not to ask Putin to withdraw troops from Ukraine German Chancellor Olaf Scholz should not ask but demand that Russian dictator Putin withdraw his troops from Ukraine, Deputy Foreign Minister Andriy Melnyk said. "Mr. Chancellor. I am glad that you called on Putin: "End this war", but these are just words.
General Sergei Surovikin: Who is Putin's firm stance new leader in Ukraine?
Russia-Ukraine war General Sergei Surovikin, nicknamed General Armageddon, is President Vladimir Putin's new strategy in the conflict against Ukraine. His arrangement was declared hours after the assault on the Crimea span. What's more, the new pioneer's most memorable day at work saw Ukraine hit by an enormous rush of Russian rockets - one of the broadest series of strikes saw for a really long time.
Putin's disgusting war in Ukraine is a reason to act quickly against climate change - British PM
Putin's disgusting war in Ukraine is a reason to act quickly against climate change - British Prime Minister "Climate and energy security go hand in hand... Putin's disgusting war in Ukraine and rising energy prices around the world are a reason to act faster on climate change," said British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak in a speech at the UN COP27 climate summit in Egypt.