Putin meets Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who brakes on the conflict: 'This is not the time to make wars'. And Joe Biden warns him about the use of nuclear weapons: 'Don't do it.' Kadyrov calls all Russian regions to arms. In Izyum signs of torture on the corpses of the mass graveVladimir Putin: 'We want an end to the conflict, but Kiev rejects the negotiations' Photo Video
Vladimir Putin meets Indian leader Narendra Modi in Samarkand. He says he wants the conflict to end 'as soon as possible', but that Kiev does not want to negotiate. But then he says: “We are only using part of the army. We are not in a hurry ”. Joe Biden: 'If he used nuclear weapons, the answer would be consequential.' The Chechen leader Kadyrov calls all Russians to arms: 'A battalion for each region'. In Izyum, signs of torture were found in the corpses of the mass grave discovered after the liberation. - Photo | video | video 1 | video 2 | video 3
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TORTURE AND BOMBS - After the discovery of a huge mass grave in Izyum, details emerge of the bodies thrown inside: many of them had ropes around their necks and their hands tied, writes Reuters. Which suggests a death not under bombs or missiles, but through torture. Volodymyr Zelensky, who had invited the Western press to check for himself, explains on Telegram: “More than 400 bodies were found in a mass grave in Izyum. With signs of torture, among these children, some victims of missile attacks, fighters of the Ukrainian armed forces ”. And thunders: “Russia leaves only death and suffering behind it. You will not escape. You will not be able to hide. The punishment will be rightly terrible ”. He shows the photos of the bodies and attacks: “The whole world should see it. A world where there should be no cruelty and terrorism. But all of this is there. And his name is Russia ”. Meanwhile, the Kremlin does not stop. Oleksandr Vilkul, head of the military administration of Kryvyh Rih, the Ukrainian president's hometown, reports: “Thirteen cruise missiles in three days. Iskander, Kh, and the most expensive Russian missiles, the Kinzhal, which they have only a few dozen. It seems crazy, but this is our reality ”. On the other front, Leonid Psechnik, head of the self-proclaimed Republic of Lugansk, accuses Kiev of being behind the explosive attack in the Prosecutor's Office in the center of the homonymous city, in which the prosecutor, Serghei Gorenko and the deputy, Ekaterina Steglenko were killed : 'It is proof that Ukraine, under the leadership of the current leadership, is a terrorist state.'
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NO TO LONG RANGE WEAPONS - The United States has announced that it will not send long-range missiles in the next military aid package to Ukraine. Kiev, and a part of Congress, called for Atacsm systems, with a range of 300 km. But the Russian ambassador to Washington Anatoly Antonov had warned that the shipment of weapons capable of hitting 'large Russian cities, as well as industrial and transport infrastructures, would fall into the area of possible destruction. Such a scenario would mean direct US involvement in a military confrontation with Russia ”. And sources in Washington explain to CNN that a dangerous escalation is to be avoided. An escalation on which, moreover, the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov intervenes, calling the entire Russian population and asking that each region provide a thousand volunteers for the conflict: 'Russia is a federal state in which each region can take initiatives and a of these should be self-mobilization. There is no need to wait for the Kremlin to declare martial law or the end of the special operation in Ukraine, each regional leader is able to train and hire at least a thousand volunteers. We could have an army of 85,000 men ”.
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THE WORDS OF PUTIN - Vladimir Putin met the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Samarkand, who tried to stop him on the conflict: 'Your Excellency, I know that today is not the time for war'. The reply was cryptic. In fact, the Russian leader replied that he understood the 'concerns of India' and that he wanted to end the special operation in Ukraine 'as soon as possible'. However, Kiev 'refuses the negotiations'. A few hours later, however, he revealed a completely different strategy: 'Little by little, the Russian army is occupying more and more territories. I draw your attention to the fact that we are not fighting with a full army, we are fighting only with a part of the Russian army, only with a contracted unit. ' It will go on until the “liberation of the Donbass. The operation continues, we are in no hurry '. Not only. The reply to 'Ukraine's attempts to damage Russian infrastructure' will be 'more serious if they continue'. Finally, he reveals an agreement that will soon be signed with Ankara, in which Turkey agrees to pay 25% of Russian gas in rubles.
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DO NOT USE NUCLEAR WEAPONS - In the final communiqué of the G7 in Berlin, unconditional support for Kiev is confirmed: 'We, the Presidents of the Parliaments of the G7 States, strongly condemn the aggressive war waged by the Russian Federation against Ukraine in violation in the last six months. of international law. We call on the Russian Federation to cease hostilities immediately and withdraw its forces from Ukraine. We affirm our unconditional support for the territorial integrity, sovereignty and independence of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders. ' And Joe Biden, interviewed on “60 minutes”, warns Putin not to dare to use nuclear or chemical weapons: “Don't do it, don't do it. If I did, the face of war would change ”. Washington's response in that case 'would be consequential' and Moscow would become 'even more pariah in the world'.Source: oggi.it