Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba is asking Italy for new weapons and an air defense system. The IAEA finds no evidence of the dirty bomb. Nearly 900 civilian corpses found in liberated areas. Moscow: 'Risk of escalation with London'More missiles on Ukraine. Fiery battles in Kherson Photo Video
Bombs on Mykolaiv in the night. Russians move headquarters to Kherson. In the liberated cities found 868 corpses of civilians. The IAEA finds no evidence of Moscow's dirty bomb allegations. The Ukrainian foreign minister speaks to his Italian counterpart Antonio Tajani and asks him for more weapons and an air defense system. And Bulgaria is also sending war material for the first time. Turkey will not approve Sweden's entry into NATO within the year. Moscow tests a ballistic missile and threatens the escalation of the conflict with London over the attack on Sevastopol and the sabotage of Nord Stream. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video4Ukraine, Poland and Russian city Kaliningrad divided by barbed wire Ukraine, Poland and Russian city Kaliningrad divided by barbed wire
THE BATTAGLIA DI KHERSON - It has long been thought that Kherson will be the mother of all battles. The Russians have moved tens of thousands of civilians from one bank of the Dnipro River to the other accusing Kiev of wanting to blow up a dam on the river. He accuses that obviously Kiev rejects claiming that the Kremlin wants to carry out a false flag attack. However, the Ukrainian National Resistance Center informs that the Russians would have moved their headquarters right there. And it is exactly on the right bank of the Dnipro that Volodymyr Zelensky's army struck yesterday, taking over the Antoniv bridge. Every day, according to the General Staff in Kiev, Putin's soldiers suffer appalling losses: another 730 dead in 24 hours, for a total of over 74,000 soldiers killed since the beginning of the war. A war where, however, too many civilians die. Aleksey Sergeev, head of the Department for Organizational, Analytical and Rapid Response Support of the Ukrainian National Police, reveals that the bodies of 868 killed civilians were found in some settlements in the Kharkiv, Donetsk and Kherson regions. Among them 24 children. But the Kremlin does not stop: yesterday they launched three missiles, 16 air raids and 40 multiple launch attacks on 25 locations, before bombing Mykolaiv in the night. Zelensky met US Senators Christopher Coons and Rob Portman in Kiev, and then wrote on Twitter: “We discussed the situation at the front, the missile terror of the Russian Federation and the priority areas of aid for Ukraine: defense and economy. We believe in joint victory!” Then, in a joint press conference with the President of Greece, Katerina Sakellaropoulou, he said: “If Russia uses nuclear weapons, the world we live in will no longer exist. That is, there will be a completely different world, in which the power that used nuclear weapons will cease to exist altogether. I am absolutely certain of this.' And he finally clarified that in the case of Russia's participation in the G20, Ukraine will not be there.
NO DIRTY BOMB TEST - Officials from the US embassy in Moscow have visited basketball player Britteny Griner, who is imprisoned in Russia, whom they hope to deport along with Paul Whelan, another US prisoner. As for the Kremlin's accusations about the dirty bomb, i.e. contaminated with radioactive material, which Kiev is allegedly preparing, the outcome of the IAEA inspection arrives, which came after a visit to three Ukrainian plants: 'Our technical and scientific evaluation of the results we have so far is that there is no sign of undeclared nuclear activity and materials in these three locations.
MOSCOW AND LONDON AT SHORTS - Meanwhile Vladimir Putin tested a ballistic missile, the Bulava, launched from a nuclear submarine in the waters of the White Sea. And he did so on the same day that the Russian foreign ministry protested the British embassy in Moscow over the sabotage of Nord Stream and the Sevastopol attack, which it believes London is behind. In a statement, the Kremlin announced that in the event of an escalation, the responsibility 'will fall entirely on the British side'. And again, the note continues, 'the participation of British military specialists in the training of Ukrainian forces for sabotage purposes' is allegedly underway in the Black Sea and in the Sea of Azov: 'We have information that the British Navy has provided to the Ukrainian side submarine drones”. London continues to deny and deny. However, Rishi Sunak's government has already made a decision: to try to prevent the international transport of Russian oil sold at a price higher than the ceiling set by Western countries.
ITALY DISCUSSES NEW WEAPONS IN KIEV - In the evening, Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba wrote on Twitter that he had met his Italian counterpart: “In our phone call, my Italian interlocutor Antonio Tajani and I focused on ways to speed up the delivery of the latest Italian assistance package to the security of Ukraine and we also discussed the next military aid package: I stressed the importance of including air defense systems in it”. More weapons will arrive in Kiev from Bulgaria, which for the first time has decided to send war material. Turkey, on the other hand, is holding back Sweden's entry into NATO. They tell it to Bloomberg Ankara officials who requested anonymity, but who are certain that Parliament's ratification will not arrive before the elections scheduled for June 2023. This is not a simple postponement: to date Stockholm has not yet satisfied the extradition requests of suspected terrorists advanced by Turkey.
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