Moscow, the latest threat from Dmitri Medvedev: 'We are ready to use nuclear energy for the annexed regions'

The vice president of the Russian Security Council says he is ready to use nuclear energy in the four annexed regions. US and Great Britain against Iran: 'Continue to support Russia'. Putin calls for guarantees to reopen the wheat agreements. And Zelensky is alarmed: '40% of energy networks are seriously damaged'

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The Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitri Medvedev threatens again. And this time with nuclear power, which he says he is ready to use in the annexed regions. Skyrocketing tension between London and Moscow which is 'evaluating' how to respond to 'Britain's attacks' on Nord Stream and Sevastopol. England and the United States against Tehran for the kamikaze drones supplied to Russia. Putin wants guarantees to talk about the wheat agreements: no more ships are leaving from Ukraine. Zelensky, at the gates of winter, is alarmed: '40% of energy infrastructure is seriously damaged'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video4

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NO POWER - The Russians warn of the escalation of the conflict and announce new evacuations in the annexed territories of Kherson due to the high risk of a bloody battle, which had already led them to remove 70,000 people from their homes. In fact, the Ukrainian counter-offensive continues and the Army General Staff, in its daily bulletin, announces that it has killed 650 Russian soldiers in a single day, for a total of 72,470 soldiers killed since the beginning of the conflict. But the situation in the country is critical. According to Volodymyr Zelensky himself, 40% of the energy infrastructure would be 'seriously damaged': 'I am sure that we will restore everything and, in a calmer moment, when the situation in our energy system has stabilized, we will continue to export electricity to Europe'. But in the meantime electricity is in fits and starts, above all 'because of the attacks with missiles and kamikaze drones by the Russian Federation'. There would be 300 kamikaze drones shot down since last March. However, Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yury Ignat admits that 'unfortunately, in the last 24 hours there have been several targets hit'. Not only. Ignat doesn't hide his concerns Cnn for the ballistic missiles that Moscow intends to buy from Iran, where the drones would also arrive: “We will use all means of protection against these missiles. They will probably be delivered to northern Ukraine, from where they can threaten the entire country.' But these are missiles with a range of up to 700 kilometers: “We have no effective defense. In theory it is possible to bring them down, but in reality it is very difficult to do so with the means at our disposal. We have air defense, not missile defense.' According to the broadcaster, Tehran is about to send about a thousand additional weapons to Putin.

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IRAN IN THE SIGHT - And Great Britain is once again pointing its finger at Iran. The foreign ministry wrote on Twitter: “Despite the denials of the Kremlin and the Iranian government, a Russian official admitted that Iran has supplied drones used by Russia to target Ukrainian civilian infrastructure. Iran's support for Putin's brutal and illegal war is regrettable.' The same accusations come from John Kirby, spokesman for the American Security Council: 'It is clear that Iran continues to support Russia and its operations to kill Ukrainians'. And precisely the defense ministry of Kiev reveals in a note that it has learned that the Iranian government is about to send three other types of drones to Moscow: 'They will be sent across the Caspian Sea to the port of Astrakhan'. Meanwhile, London continues to reject allegations of sabotaging Nord Stream, explaining that Putin is only trying to 'divert attention from the failures on the battlefields'. And he has a strong hand in the EU, which considers the Kremlin's accusations 'totally unfounded'. But Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, relaunches through the agency Interfax , believing that Britain is also behind the attack on Sevastopol: 'These actions cannot be allowed to pass.' Italy also enters the tug of war, when the Russian ambassador in Rome, Sergey Razov, in an interview with Oval Media , says he 'does not exclude' that our country has sent men to war as well as weapons. All this before a correction arrives in the evening from the same embassy which specifies that Razov was referring to 'cannons' and not 'soldiers'. But to fan the flames of the escalation, via Telegram, is once again the vice president of the Russian Security Council, Dmitri Medvedev, who threatens the use of the atomic bomb in the annexed regions. Medvedev argues that if the West wants Ukraine to win the war and to take back all the territories and to 'snatch them from Russia, threatening its existence as a state', this could trigger 'clause 19 of the Foundations of State Policy of the Russian Federation in the field of nuclear deterrence”. And he adds: “Is this not a direct provocation of a world war with the use of nuclear weapons? The West is provoking a global war. Only the victory of Russia is a guarantee of peace”.

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NEW WHEAT DEALS - There are no more ships loaded with grain leaving Ukrainian ports. Zelensky calls for 'reliable long-term protection'. But they are the same guarantees demanded by Putin, who believes that the safe corridors for the grain were used by the Ukrainians to launch the attack on Sevastopol. He spoke about it to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, proponent of the Istanbul agreements of July 22, during a telephone conversation. The Ankara leader says he is confident in a forthcoming solution. A result in which the UN secretary general Antonio Guterres also hopes: 'The United Nations is working with all interested parties to maintain the agreement on Black Sea cereals and remove obstacles to the export of Russian food and fertilizers'. On the energy front, instead, the words of European Commissioner Kadri Simson arrive: 'Ukraine's gas storage facilities, which are enormous, are currently 32% full: Ukraine and the EU have enough stocks to face this winter . Next year will be tough on the storage front and that's why we have planned joint purchases at the European level and Ukraine will be able to participate'. The latest demonstration of solidarity in Kiev finally comes from Hollywood, in a videoconference held by Ben Affleck. The actor was invited to go to Ukraine.

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