November 29, 2022

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Ukraine war: President Zhelensky expects Russian storm to hit Kiev at night

Russia occupied Ukraine
Russian storm awaits Kiev on Zelenskyj night: “The fate of the country is now determined”

Prepares his comrades to attack the capital Kiev overnight: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Seleskij

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At the behest of Vladimir Putin, Russian troops marched on Ukraine – the world responded with horror. Follow the news status and background information on the live blog.

Russia invades Ukraine – worst fears over the past few weeks: war breaks out in Europe From the north, east and south, Putin’s forces are advancing in the neighboring country. Reactions to the aggression around the world were alarming. The European Union and the United States have responded with comprehensive sanctions against Moscow, but have not yet sharpened their swords: Swift excludes Russia from international tariffs.

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  • DieterHoss

    The European Union and NATO member Bulgaria have closed their airspace to Russian aircraft in solidarity with Ukraine and the escalation of military conflicts following the Russian invasion. The ban, which takes effect at midnight, will affect all licensed airline vehicles issued by the Russian Federation, according to the Ministry of Transport in Sofia. The Southeast European country then bans Russian flights from taking off, landing and overhead. The airspace in Bulgaria’s sovereign territory is also closed to them.

  • DieterHoss

    New EU sanctions against Russia are in effect. This emerges from legal action published in the EU official journal on Saturday night.

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    Following the EU, Great Britain and the United States, Canada has announced sanctions against Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov over the war in Ukraine. “We will impose sanctions on President Putin and his co-architects of this barbaric war, his chief of staff and Secretary of State Sergei Lavrov,” said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. “These men bear the greatest responsibility for death and destruction in Ukraine.” Trudeau argued that Swift should exclude Russia from the international tariff system.

  • DieterHoss

    According to the Pentagon, Ukrainian troops are “bravely” defending their country against Russian aggressors. “We see clear signs that Ukrainian forces are attacking again and bravely defending their country,” Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said Friday. There is also evidence that they were successful. We do not know if the Russians have been able to carry out their plans in the last 24 hours as they thought., According to Kirby. However, the situation will change, so no prediction can be made.

  • DieterHoss

    In his emotional speech in the evening, the President of Ukraine called on his comrades to defend their homeland. “The enemy will use all his strength to defeat our resistance”, Zelenskyy said. “They are preparing to attack Kiev that night.” He called on all Ukrainians to “stop the enemy as much as possible.”. People need to remove all special signs that vandals place on streets and houses. “Burn everything in your possession with enemy military technology!” If the attackers also target kindergartens, they should be prevented from doing so, Zelenskyj continued. “All prayers are with our soldiers. We trust them. Take care of them!”

  • DieterHoss

    The Russian Defense Ministry says Russian troops have entered the small Ukrainian city of Melidopol. This was stated by the Russian state agency Rhea Novosti, citing a report by the Russian Defense Ministry on Thursday evening. Accordingly, Russian forces first landed in the Sea of ​​Azov in the Sea of ​​Azov, marched out, and finally occupied Melitopol “without resistance.” The city was said to be surrounded by the Ukrainian side and small groups of Russian soldiers entered the city. The head of the regional administration said in a video message that these are now trying to occupy important infrastructure. This was reported by the state news agency Ukrinform.

  • DieterHoss

    The UN Security Council resolution against Russia’s occupation of Ukraine has failed. As expected, Moscow vetoed Moscow’s speech in a vote at the most powerful body of the United Nations in New York on Friday – but neither China nor the other two countries voted. Eleven states of the 15-member council voted in favor of the text. Western diplomats saw this as a success in their attempt to diplomatically isolate Russia and create a rift between Moscow and Beijing.

    According to the DPA, the draft resolution “strongly condemns” the Russian occupation and reaffirms Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity, as well as its independence and unity. It calls for an immediate withdrawal from Russia and a return to the Minsk agreement. The US-sponsored text, among other things, called for the Security Council to decide, “The Russian Federation must immediately, fully and unconditionally withdraw its troops from the Ukrainian border into Ukraine.”

  • DieterHoss

    Russian President Volodymyr Gelensky expects Russian troops to attack Kiev on Saturday night. In a statement on Friday evening, he called on the people to firmly defend the capital. “The fate of the country is now being determined,” he said.

  • DieterHoss

    The Chess Olympiad 2022, presented to Moscow, will not take place in the Russian capital due to the war in Ukraine. This was announced by the FIDE World Chess Association. The tournament was to be held from July 26 to August 8 with chess players from about 190 countries. In a personal statement, Latvia’s former finance and finance minister, Fide chief executive Dana Reizniece-Ozola, condemned the attack. “Brutal Russian Invasion”.

  • DieterHoss

    According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ukraine has called for emergency aid in the wake of the Russian invasion. IMF President Kristalina Georgieva said the IMF had several options to support the Ukrainian government and would continue talks with Kiev to clarify how to help. It will work with the World Bank and other allies to “coordinate our support and ensure that Ukraine is as productive as possible,” Georgieva said. The IMF initially did not provide any information on the amount of emergency aid Kiev wanted or the methods of potential lending.

  • DieterHoss

    Britain has closed its airspace to Russian private jets. “I have tightened our ban in the UK to prevent any Russian private jet from taking off or landing in UK airspace – with immediate effect,” Transport Secretary Grand Shops tweeted in the evening. The actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin are illegal “Anyone who benefits from Russia’s occupation of Ukraine is not welcome hereShops explained.

  • DieterHoss

    The United Nations has demanded safe and free access to humanitarian workers following the Russian invasion of Ukraine. UN Assistant Coordinator Martin Griffiths said in New York that the number of people in need of assistance in Ukraine was not yet clear. However, he estimates that another 1.8 million Ukrainians will be evacuated, in addition to the estimated 100,000 who have already fled. Griffiths said the UN therefore relies on “safe, unrestricted access and security” for humanitarian workers. Aid deliveries will begin “as soon as the security situation allows in all conflict-affected areas of Ukraine.”

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    Russia has criticized Western sanctions against President Vladimir Putin and Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said on state television on Friday evening that this was an example of a complete weakness in foreign policy. “Who are you going to talk to?” She recalled that Russia was a nuclear power.

  • DieterHoss

    British Prime Minister Boris Johnson addressed the people of the two war-torn countries with a video message: “To the people of Ukraine: The glory of Ukraine. To the people of Russia: I do not believe this war is going on in your name. This crisis, this tragedy, can and must end. Because the world needs a free and sovereign Ukraine, “said Johnson.

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