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Several large, and delicate, elephants in the room in New Delhi by G20

There will be several large, and delicate, elephants in the room in New Delhi today as Group of 20 foreign ministers kick off their meeting. Unlike the Group of Seven developed nations, which are tightly bound in their stance against Russia over its war in Ukraine, the broader G-20 showcases all sorts of complications andContinue reading “Several large, and delicate, elephants in the room in New Delhi by G20”

Targets in north, west, center of Ukraine and Crimean peninsula

Russia hits targets in north, west, center of Ukraine. The General Staff of Ukraine’s Armed Forces reported that Russia launched 24 air strikes and over 50 attacks from rocket salvo systems on Feb. 16. Russia hit targets in the north and west of Ukraine, as well as in Dnipropetrovsk and Kirovohrad oblasts, with drones andContinue reading “Targets in north, west, center of Ukraine and Crimean peninsula”

Situation in Ukraine 2022 December 28

A funeral ceremony held in Kyiv for Ukrainian serviceman Volodymyr Yezhov, who was killed in a battle near Bakhmut on Dec. 27, 2022. Before the war between Russia and Ukraine, Yezhov was a game designer who took part in the design of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. video game series. (Photo by Danylo Antoniuk/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)Continue reading “Situation in Ukraine 2022 December 28”

Pseudo-referendum, Kerch bridge in Crimea and Ukraine claiming to retrieve what it owns

Following the explosion at the Crimean Bridge, Putin gave the order to have the largest-scale coordinated missile attack against Ukraine since the full-scale invasion began on Feb. 24.

The Guardian looking at the fourth week of June 2022

Did Boris Johnson’s survival of a no-confidence vote cause you to emit a bloodcurdling midsummer night’s scream?

Point 93: Putin spins like a viper in a frying pan

Originally posted on Levkiv@Info:
Russian President Vladimir Putin held several meetings over the weekend (July 2-3, 2022) in different compositions and formats. The tense situation with protests in Uzbekistan was the agenda for Putin this weekend. Thus, during meetings on events in Uzbekistan, Putin and his comrades discussed the possibility of Uzbek President Shavkat…

Point 92: Terrorist Putin will increase the escalation

Originally posted on Levkiv@Info:
Last week, Kremlin terrorist Putin held talks with Alexander Lukashenko, the illegitimate president of Belarus. The negotiations did not proceed as smoothly and in such a friendly atmosphere as it might seem. There was even a moment when Putin wanted to poop in his portable case (suitcase) and, having interrupted…

About 100 soldiers from Royal Engineers reportedly being sent to help reinforce frontier

You could find already several messages about thousands of migrants, mainly from the Middle East, who have sought to cross into the European Union at the frontier between Poland and Belarus in recent weeks. The UK and allies have accused Belarusian president Alexander Lukashenko of engineering the crisis, with defence secretary Ben Wallace saying theContinue reading “About 100 soldiers from Royal Engineers reportedly being sent to help reinforce frontier”

Russian bombers fly over Belarus as border crisis deepens

Already for several years people from the Middle-East are wanting to escape wars and horrible conditions in their regions. Them looking for better places to live makes them easy prey for people smugglers and for certain world leaders to use them as a bargaining chip in order to force things on them. Russian strategic bombersContinue reading “Russian bombers fly over Belarus as border crisis deepens”

Iraq to repatriate citizens from Belarus-Poland border

The Iraqi government is to repatriate its citizens stranded on the border between Belarus and Poland, as the migrant crisis continues under deteriorating and harsh conditions.