Boris Johnson flies to Kiev and promises new weapons. Missiles on a railway station in Dnipro: 22 dead

The British premier returned to Kiev offering another 66 million dollars in war material. Missile attack on Chaplyne train station: it is a massacre. The US warns Turkey: 'Sanctions risk'

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The missiles hit the Chaplyne railway station in the Dnipropetrovsk region last night, killing 22. Boris Johnson unexpectedly flies to Kiev and promises new war aid for 66 million dollars. The United States warns Turkey: Ankara risks sanctions for trade with Moscow. Volodymyr Zelensky thunders: 'Russia must put an end to nuclear blackmail'. - Photo | video

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WAR FRONT - Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu explained from Shanghai yesterday afternoon the reason for the slowdown in the offensive in Ukraine: “We are strictly respecting the rules of humanitarian law during the special operation. Our attacks are carried out by precision-guided weapons on elements of the military infrastructure of the Ukrainian armed forces, such as command posts, airports, depots, fortifications or defense facilities. Everything is done to avoid civilian casualties. Obviously, this is slowing down the pace of our offensive, but we are doing it on purpose ”. But the promise lasted a handful of hours: in the evening a Russian missile attack on the Chaplyne railway station, in the Dnipropetrovsk region, caused a massacre, killing 22 people, including an 11-year-old child, and injuring another 50. . The press office of the Ukrainian police then speaks of almost 30 attacks in 24 hours suffered in Donetsk in 12 locations: Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Toretsk, Slovyansk, Mykolaivka, Krasnohorivka, and the villages of Pivnichne, Nelipivka, Karlivka, Opytne, Kostiantynopol, Shcherbynivka. And four bombings were reported to the military infrastructure of Myrhorod, in the Poltava region. After the UN condemnation of the trial that the Kremlin is holding in Mariupol, harsh comments from the United States arrive. US State Department spokesman Ned Price says: “By planning to set up so-called 'courts' in the Russian-controlled city of Mariupol against brave Ukrainian defenders, the Kremlin is attempting to remove President Putin's responsibility for a war of aggression. and distract from the overwhelming evidence of the atrocities committed by Russian forces in Ukraine. The announced show trials are illegitimate and a parody of justice, which we strongly condemn. All members of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, including domestic and foreign volunteers incorporated into the armed forces, are eligible for prisoner-of-war status if they have been captured and must benefit from treatment and protection commensurate with their status, according to the Geneva Convention '. The spokesman for the National Security Council of the White House, John Kirby, calls instead a 'farce' the annexation referendums that the Kremlin is preparing in the Donbass.

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BORIS JOHNSON A KIEV - On the day of Ukraine's independence, the interim US deputy ambassador, Christina Tomlinson, on the sidelines of the 'march for freedom' organized in Rome, once again wanted to make American support felt in Kiev: 'We are here for support Ukraine and we will be with Ukraine until the end. It is very important to be here tonight to show our support for this country and for the government and people in Ukraine ”. And on Twitter, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez wrote: “Ukraine today is the heart of Europe. Freedom and democracy will always win over imposition and violence. Today, as six months ago, Spain is and will always be at the side of the Ukrainian people in their struggle to defend a free and peaceful future ”. But the real surprise was Boris Johnson's third trip to Kiev to meet Zelensky. The British Prime Minister has pledged $ 66 million in war material including ammunition and '200 drones with cutting-edge technology that will allow Ukraine to better track and target Russian invasion forces'. And again '850 micro-drones specifically designed for use in towns and villages to detect approaching enemy forces'.

Volodymyr Zelensky, fury over the UN: 'If you have only words, the United Nations must be dismantled. We need a trial like in Nuremberg '- guard

THE NUCLEAR POWER PLANT - UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres reports his concern to the Security Council over the six months of war, focusing in particular on the situation in Zaporizhizhia: “Any further escalation could lead to self-destruction. The safety of the plant must be guaranteed and the plant must be re-established as a purely civil infrastructure '. IAEA director Rafael Grossi has meanwhile announced that talks have begun with Alexei Likhachev, the director general of the Russian state atomic energy agency Rosatom, in view of the inspection of the plant which will begin in these days. While Zelensky thunders: “Russia has brought the world to the brink of a nuclear catastrophe. The Russian bombing of Zaporizhzhia puts Europe under the threat of radiation, this is a fact. Moscow must immediately put an end to nuclear blackmail ”.

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THING HAPPENS TO MOSCA - Washington warns Ankara with a letter from the Treasury revealed by the Wall Street Journal: Turkey risks sanctions for the trade it is carrying out with Moscow. Part of the letter reads: 'Turkish companies cannot expect to trade with sanctioned Russian individuals or entities and to maintain ties with the United States.' And then: 'Turkish banks cannot hope to have links with sanctioned Russian banks and to maintain their relations with world banks, as well as to have access to US dollars'. Meanwhile, in Russia, the former mayor of Ekaterinburg, Evgheni Roizman, was arrested on charges of 'public acts aimed at discrediting the Armed Forces'. He is one of the last opposition leaders who was still free in the country. In Belgrade, where demonstrations of solidarity with Moscow have been seen since the beginning, a mural finally appears, under a bridge over the Sava River, dedicated to Darya Dugina, the daughter of Putin's ideologist killed in an attack. Under the work, a sentence: 'Death of a Russian girl who went to heaven in the August rain'.