Shock attack on Vice President of the Russian Security Council and former President of the Russian Federation, Dmitry Medvedev Defined as “bastards and clumsy” against Russia’s enemies. On his Telegram channel he wrote: “I am often asked why my posts are so hard. The answer is I hate them. They are pastors and clumsy. They want our death, the death of Russia. As long as I am alive, I will do everything to make them disappear.” Medvedev’s statements Very serious and dangerous Words that are unacceptable, which gives us great concern Because they come from the Vice President of the Russian Security Council. This is not a signal of a dialogue, it is not an opening towards a ceasefire, it is not an attempt for peace, but they are clear words that threaten those who continue to seek peace, ”the foreign minister wrote. Luigi de Mayo. “It is our duty to stop inciting tensions through provocations and threats – de Mayo continues in the West, against countries that continue to try to put an end to hostilities in Ukraine”.
Zhelensky and the spectrum of a world war
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenksy He hopes the Chinese leadership will “use its influence in Russia to end this war.” “What is happening will lead to World War III, and this should be a priority for all leaders,” Gelensky explained in an interview with The Global Boardroom of The Financial Times.
Welcome sign in Mariupol, ‘Moscow wants to get rid of it and rewrite it in Russian’
Battle on the field, SEVERODONETSK fell
The residential areas of Chevroletonetsk are “completely” under Russian control. After several days of fierce fighting, with repeated claims that the front would turn upside down, the eastern city in Ukrainian hands certainly seemed to have collapsed. With its urban center, 97% of the Lukansk region passed into the hands of Moscow. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, who has exposed himself to more consolidated regional victories in recent weeks, is demanding a direct takeover. However, Ukrainian forces are still stationed in the industrial zone and the surrounding settlements. The last stronghold of a random war – the siege was “too many and too strong”, acknowledged by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky – is a massive azot chemical plant, analogous to the Azovstel steel plant in Mariupol. About 800 civilians, 600 civilians and 200 workers hid in the plant’s bunkers to protect the plant and mitigate potential environmental disasters. Along with them, pro-Russian separatists, who had fought to the last from Kiev, said there would now be troops “forced to take refuge in the plant.” Meanwhile, according to Mayor Oleksandr Streik, large numbers of people have already been forcibly evacuated from Severodonetsk, while 10 to 11 thousand residents are in dire straits without light or water in the city.
600 civilians were tortured in cellars in Gershon “According to our information, about 600 people are being held in cellars in the Kherson area, where they are being subjected to” inhumane conditions and torture “. This was condemned by Tamila Tacheva, the permanent representative of the Ukrainian presidency in Crimea, who often described them as “journalists and militants” who organized “pro-Ukrainian demonstrations”.
Shadow of Mariupol cholera
Mariupol is on the verge of an “explosive” cholera epidemic: it “sinks” in water contaminated with waste and degrades improved pitfalls, exacerbated by the arrival of heat. This was stated by the Deputy Mayor of the Ukrainian city Sergei Orlovio, according to some Ukrainian sites – underlining that the city was isolated by Russian occupying forces.
Attacks in Severodonetsk, buildings destroyed by fire
Ukraine denies visit of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) leader to Russian-occupied nuclear power plant: Kiev government announces
Bodies of Azovstalin
The bodies of Ukrainian militants killed at the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol were returned to Ukrainian authorities by Russia and transferred to Kiev. Reports quoting the Ukrainform Strategic Communication and Information Security Center and the Azovstel Defender Families Association. “One-third of the bodies are from the fighters of the Azov regiment. The rest of the bodies are verified to belong to other military units,” the report said. Family members of the deceased will be called to identify but the work of forensic experts will last three months. On June 4, Ukrainform recalled that Ukraine and Russia exchanged bodies of frontline soldiers in the Zaporizhia region.
Dedication of Germany
German Chancellor Olaf: “We set out to strengthen our support,” he told a news conference in Vilnius with the leaders of the three Baltic states. Germany’s commitment must go in the direction of “a strong war force”.
Michael speaks to the UN, and the Russian ambassador leaves the room
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