Moscow considers a meeting with Joe Biden possible. The G7 alongside Ukraine and Zelensky relaunches: 'No dialogue with Putin, talks possible only with another leader'. Mass grave and torture chamber discovered in Donetsk. Medvedev threatens the worldVladimir Putin and Dmitri Medvedev, one of the staunchest supporters of the Ukrainian invasion Photo Video
Russian Foreign Minister Sergej Lavrov opens to a face-to-face between Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden. But Volodymyr Zelensky is not there: 'You only talk with another leader in power'. A torture chamber discovered in Sviatohirsk, Donetsk. And other mass graves are popping up. Almost 30% of Ukrainian energy facilities affected by shelling. The G7 alongside Ukraine. Germany delivers an air defense system. And Dmitri Medvedev, deputy president of the Security Council, threatens: 'If missiles are supplied to Kiev for a long time, world war will break out'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks Kiev, the song of the Ukrainian refugees in the subway after the Russian attacks
WAR FRONTS - New horrors in Donetsk, where the authorities have exhumed 78 bodies, including those of some children, as informed by the General Prosecutor's Office of Kiev. Another 34 bodies were exhumed in Sviatohirsk, also in Donetsk. A torture chamber was also found here. At the Cnn , Ukraine's Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko says nearly 30% of the country's energy infrastructure was hit by Russian missiles in two days. And the north of the Chernihiv region was left without electricity. These are, in particular, the districts of the city of the same name, Koryukiv and Novgorod-Siversky. Despite the reconstruction of the roads proceeding quickly, even in just 24 hours as in Dnipro, and despite an exchange of prisoners that led to the release of 32 soldiers from Kiev, the Russian attacks do not stop. Zelensky himself gives an account of this in his evening video to the nation, speaking of a 'second wave of terrorist attacks against Ukraine'. The raids would have been carried out with '28 missiles, of which 20 shot down' and 'more than 15 drones, almost all Iranian. Most have been shot down. Restoration work is happening quite quickly and efficiently across the country. Were it not for today's attacks, they would have already restored the power, water and communications that the terrorists damaged yesterday. And today Russia will achieve only one thing: it will delay our recovery a bit. But where there has been destruction, infrastructure will be rebuilt everywhere.' Then, he launches Odessa's candidacy as a World Heritage Site with a video to the UN: 'Odessa, like all the other cities in Ukraine, is the target of Russian bombing. Please support Odessa! Show clearly at the Unesco level that Russian terror must end.'
THE AMBASSADOR'S WORDS - The Italian ambassador in Kiev, Pierfrancesco Zazo, speaking to the microphones of Door to door , does not hide his extreme astonishment at the bombing of the capital: “The missile attack on Kiev by the Russians was a real shock. In recent months, life in the Ukrainian capital had returned to a more or less normal life. It was a rude awakening to reality.' Zazo deems it 'certainly an act of retaliation for the Ukrainian action of the bombing of the Kerch bridge. But no one expected the Russians to attack Kiev, which has always been considered the spiritual and religious capital of the Russian world'. Today and tomorrow the defense ministers of NATO countries will discuss 'how to continue to strengthen NATO's posture of defense and deterrence, i.e. the deployment of other combat-ready forces in Eastern Europe, along the eastern flank and ensure a greater integration of a vast range of capabilities” as the American ambassador to NATO, Julianne Smith, states. And second The mirror Germany reportedly delivered the air defense system Zelensky had long requested to Ukraine.
HYPOTHESIS MEET BETWEEN BIDEN AND PUTIN - Interviewed by the program 60 minutes from the tv channel Russia-1 , Russian Foreign Minister Sergej Lavrov, answering a question about a hypothetical meeting between Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin on the sidelines of the G20 in Indonesia, says: “We have repeatedly said that we never refuse meetings. The idea that the president of the United States is ready for such a meeting is based solely on his response, 'we'll see' to a question.' But Zelensky relaunches with a highly improbable hypothesis, which distances any glimmer of peace, addressing those of the G7: “There can be no dialogue with the current Russian leader, who has no future. We must acknowledge this obviousness. There can be talks only with another leader of Russia, respecting the UN Charter, the basic principles of humanity and territorial integrity of Ukraine, or in a different configuration, so that the terrorist leader has no 'opportunity to influence key decisions'.
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THE G7 AND MEDVEDEV'S THREATS - The deputy president of the Russian Security Council, Dmitri Medvedev, returns to threaten the West. And he writes on Telegram: “The fastest way to escalate the conflict in Ukraine to the irreversible consequences of a world war is to provide the psychopaths of Kiev with a long-range MLRS.” From him, Joe Biden, at Cnn talks about Putin's speech at the time of the invasion: 'I think he thought he would be welcomed with open arms, that Mother Russia was at home in Kiev, that he would be welcome and I think he just completely miscalculated.' The G7 sides with Kiev and attacks Belarus, which it considers Moscow's 'accomplice'. As for the bombing of the population, “we condemn these attacks in the strongest possible terms. Indiscriminate attacks on the innocent civilian population constitute war crimes. We will ask President Putin and those responsible for this.' The president of the EU Commission, Ursula von der Leyen summarizes the issue in a tweet: “The G7 condemns Russia's escalation of violence against civilians in Ukraine. We will stand by Ukraine as long as necessary and have strengthened our sanctions against Russia. Belarus' support for Russia's aggression must have consequences. We also discussed actions to reduce energy prices.' On Thursday, Putin will meet Turkish President Recep Tayyp Erdogan in Astana, who does not lose hope for mediation.