Vladimir Putin in Crimea for the anniversary of the annexation. Kiev: 'Give us the list of deported children'

Vladimir Putin visits a children's center in Crimea on the ninth anniversary of the annexation. And Moscow dictates the conditions for the extension of the agreements on wheat. Cluster bombs over Kramatorsk. NATO jets intercept Russian aircraft over Estonian airspace. The United States confirms the use of Chinese ammunition in Ukraine

  little crime The surprise visit of Vladimir Putin in Crimea Photo Video

Vladimir Putin, officially wanted in 123 countries of the world, visits the Crimea by surprise. And indeed a center for children, after the accusation by the International Criminal Court of having deported thousands of children. Kiev asks for the list of missing minors. Cluster bombs over Kramatorsk and explosions in Sevastopol. NATO jets intercept Russian aircraft over Estonia and the United States confirms the use of Chinese munitions in Ukraine. photo | video 1 | video 2 | video 3 | video 4 | video 5 | video 6 | video 7 | video 8

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A LITTLE IN THE CRIMEA - The Kremlin leader, on the occasion of the ninth anniversary of the annexation of Crimea, made a surprise visit to the region. Dressed informally in a blue cardigan and dark trousers, he visited an art school and children's center in Sevastopol Korsun . Almost a defiant response to the international arrest warrant issued by the International Criminal Court for the deportation of thousands of children. At the Cnn The Hague prosecutor Karim Khan says Putin can be arrested like the Nazis and like Slobodan Milosevic even if Russia does not recognize the court's jurisdiction. This can happen in the 123 countries that have ratified it. Paradoxically, however, these include neither Ukraine, which has reported the crimes to the ICC, nor the United States, which has always opposed it. But where would the children go? The investigators believe they have identified '43 detention and re-education facilities, of which 12 around the Black Sea, 7 in the occupied Crimea, 10 around the cities of Moscow, Kazan and Ekaterinburg, while the others in the Russian Far East regions, of including 2 in Siberia'. Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk writes on Facebook: “I publicly appeal to the Russian Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova and the Russian Commissioner for Children's Rights Maria Lvova-Belova. I propose to immediately transfer to the Ukrainian side the lists of all orphans and children deprived of parental care who were citizens of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, up to and including the age of 18; territories of Ukraine are now in the temporarily occupied territory; they were temporarily taken from the occupied territory of Ukraine to Russian territory.” And Volodymyr Zelensky announces: 'Anyone who produces weapons of terror against Ukraine, who helps Russia to foment aggression, who advocates Russia's destruction of international law, must be marginalized from the world.'

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CLUSTER BOMBS - Just in Sevastopol there were explosions, as reported on Telegram channels and the Ukrainian media. But the offensive resumed ferociously in Kramatorsk. According to the governor Pavel Kirilenko, cluster bombs were used, causing 2 deaths and five injuries, as well as damaging dozens of houses and cars: 'They are intentionally hitting the city, trying to kill as many civilians as possible'. The regions of Sumy and Chernihiv are also under fire from Moscow's soldiers. For the operational command of Pivnich, 18 attacks were allegedly carried out in one day, seven of which in the area of ​​the settlement of Kharkivka: 'There are no losses of personnel and equipment, nor among the local population or damage to civilian infrastructure ”. In Bakhmut, new Kremlin assaults have been repelled north of the city, which has been the center of furious clashes for months. Clashes that are destined to intensify: in fact, the Wagner mercenary group is besieging the city, which has announced the recruitment of 30,000 new fighters from 42 Russian cities by mid-May.

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THE TENSION GOES OUT - And tension on the international scene continues to rise after British and German fighter jets intercepted Russian planes flying near Estonian airspace for the second time in a week. It is a 'Russian Tu-134 military passenger plane, known by the NATO name Crusty, which was escorted by two Sukhoi Su-27 Flanker fighters and an AN-12 Cub military transport plane' as specified by the Raf . Meanwhile, the United States confirms the news that Chinese ammunition has been used in Ukraine. All while Xi Jinping is about to fly to Moscow to meet Putin. Given the latest developments, the Kremlin leader will hardly be willing to mediate. And in the only glimmer still open with the West, that of the Istanbul wheat agreements, Moscow dictates new conditions to extend them beyond 60 days: reintegration into the system Swift of the Agricultural Bank of Russia, the resumption of the supply of agricultural machinery and spare parts to Russia, the unfreezing of the accounts and financial assets of Russian fertilizer companies, the lifting of restrictions on insurance and access to ports for Russian ships and goods. The conditions are included in the letter delivered by the Russian ambassador to the UN Vasilij Nebenzia to the UN undersecretary general for humanitarian affairs and coordinator of emergency relief Martin Griffiths and to the secretary general of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development Rebeca Grynspan .

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Source: oggi.it