New Ukrainian attacks with drones, now the alarm sirens are also resounding in Russia

An oil tank at Kursk airport, 160 km inside the Russian border, is on fire. In the evening air alert in that of Engels. Moscow calls for a meeting of the UN Security Council. Washington: 'We have not supplied Kiev with weapons to strike Russia.' The Kremlin: 'No prospects for negotiations'

  Ukrainian members of the volunteer unit Khartiia attend a training to operate drones The war of drones: after those kamikazes used by the Russians, Ukrainian drones move the war to Putin's territory Photo Video

New Ukrainian attacks on Russian territory: an oil tank on fire at Kursk airport and an air raid in the evening at Engels airport. Moscow addresses the UN Security Council and excludes any type of negotiation. The United States: 'We have not supplied Kiev with weapons to strike in Russia'. Zelensky visiting the Donbass front. The Kremlin: 'Kiev lost 8,300 soldiers in the month of November alone'. - Photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4 | video 5

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THE DRONES WAR - Now the alarm sirens are also sounding in Russia. After the attacks on the airports of Ryazan, southeast of Moscow, and that of Engels, an oil tank was hit at Kursk airport, 160 km inside the territory of Vladimir Putin. Once again it is the drones that have struck, the extra weapon of this conflict: first the Iranian-made kamikazes used by the Russians, capable of escaping the Ukrainian anti-aircraft. Now the Soviet-made drones, which Kiev uses to penetrate Moscow's defences, demonstrating their fragility. In the evening the sirens sounded again at Engels airport and other unconfirmed drone raids were reported within the borders. Ned Price, spokesman for the US State Department, points out that the United States 'has not supplied Ukraine with weapons to strike outside its territory, but to defend its sovereignty from Russia's aggression. We have not enabled Ukraine to strike beyond its borders, we are not encouraging Ukraine to strike beyond its borders. All we are doing, all the world is doing, is supporting Ukraine's independence.' But the head of the Pentagon, Lloyd Austin, says: 'We are not preventing Ukraine from developing its weapons.' Of course, after the attack on Kursk, the Kremlin let the Tass which will adopt 'the necessary measures to guarantee security following the continuous terrorist attacks by Kiev on Russian territory'. And he called for a meeting of the UN Security Council. Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations, stated on Telegram: “In our speech at a Security Council meeting today, we called for another Security Council meeting on Ukraine on Friday, December 9. The topic is the supply of Western weapons to Ukraine. There is something to talk about.' In the latest report by London's 007 published on Twitter, it underlines how the attacks on Russian territory with drones constitute the 'strategically most significant failures' in Moscow's defensive line, considering that the targets hit are located 'much further inside the Russia compared to previous similar explosions: Engels is more than 600 km away from the territory controlled by Ukraine”.

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ZELENSKY NEL DONBASS - From the command of the Tenth Brigade of the 108th assault battalion, between Bakhmut and Soledar, the Ukrainian military explain to the she will run : “Our drones work like armed scouts, they spy on the Russians from the air and bomb them, they are able to stop the advances of tanks; they help us against an enemy superior in number of men and means of transport, but technologically inferior and conditioned by obsolete strategic concepts'. Volodymyr Zelensky made a surprise visit to the Sloviansk front in Donbass, forty kilometers from Bakhmut, thus addressing his soldiers: 'Next time we will meet in our Ukrainian Donetsk and Lugansk, and I'm sure, also in Crimea'. But the Russian attacks continue, even with a missile attack on the birthplace of the leader of Kiev, or Kryvyi Rih. In Kherson, the building of the water service was hit: a 43-year-old employee was killed in the raid. Bombs also on Kramatorsk, in the Donetsk region. Maria Pirogova deputy of the People's Council of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Republic, sanctioned by Kiev and the West, was instead killed by the Ukrainian counter-offensive. And the pro-Russian mayor of Donetsk, Alexei Kulemzin, denounces a bombing with Grad rockets that killed and killed six civilians. However, for the Russian Defense Minister of the Army Sergei Shoigu, Zelensky in the month of November alone would have lost 'over 8,300 soldiers, 5 aircraft, 10 helicopters, 149 tanks and more than 300 armored vehicles'. And from the Kremlin security services comes a request for the arrest 'in absentia' at the Lefortovo court in Moscow for the Ukrainian deputy prime minister Irina Vereshchuk and for the deputy foreign minister Emine Dzhaparova, on charges of violating Russian territorial integrity.

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NO TO NEGOTIATIONS - Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for the Kremlin, excludes negotiations: 'To resolve the situation in Ukraine, the objectives of the special operation must be achieved'. And he adds that Putin 'agrees with the statements regarding Ukraine according to which the resolution of the situation must aim at a just and lasting peace'. Thus he continues the arms race: Washington votes for a new package of weapons for the defense of Kiev worth 800 million dollars. And he sells 116 Abrams tanks to Warsaw for a value of 3.75 billion dollars: 'The equipment will improve Poland's ability to deal with current and future threats by providing it with the right tools to deter adversaries and participate in NATO operations' . So specifies in a note la US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA).

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THE CASE OF HUNGARY - Hungary still stands in the way and blocks the unanimous adoption, in the Council of Economy Ministers in Brussels, of the multiannual macro-financial assistance package for Ukraine. But then the Hungarian premier Viktor Orban, quoted by his spokesman on Twitter, let it be known: 'Today's news concerned Hungary's veto on financial assistance to Ukraine is false news. Hungary is ready to provide financial assistance to Ukraine, on a bilateral basis. No veto, no blackmail. However, we want to convince EU member states that common EU debt is not the solution. If we continue down the road to a debt community, there will be no turning back.'

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