Russia: “We will leave the wheat agreement in case of violation of Kyiv”
Russia reserves the right to withdraw from the wheat agreement if Ukraine violates its obligations. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin, citing the Interfax agency.
Kyiv: 23 torture chambers discovered in Kharkiv region
23 torture chambers were discovered in the Kharkiv region, 3 in the Kherson region and one in the Donetsk region. In the Kobyansk Territory there were 8 torture chambers. ” This was stated by Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Denis Monastirsky, as reported by Ukrinform. Monastirsky added that investigations are underway to document crimes and identify those involved in violations against Ukrainians in torture camps. I am optimistic that the perpetrators of these torture cases will be found. As for some of them, we already understood who was there.” The minister said that he was very impressed with the torture chamber in Balaklia: “There were hundreds of detainees. It was in a police station, where up to 40 people could be held in cells at the same time.
US: North Korea supplies Russia with ammunition
North Korea supplies Russia with “a large amount of artillery shells”. This was stated by a spokesman for the US National Security Council, John Kirby, as reported by CNN.
US: ‘No indication that Russia is preparing for a nuclear attack’
“There is no indication that Russia is preparing to use nuclear weapons against Ukraine,” White House National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said, adding that he had no comment on the New York Times article that there had been discussions between Russians. Military leaders on the use of nuclear weapons: “We have been clear from the start, Russia’s words about the potential use of nuclear weapons are very troubling and we take them seriously. We continue to monitor but see no indications that Russia is preparing for such use.”
Moscow: “We will present evidence of their involvement in the attacks in Crimea and Nord Stream to Great Britain”
Russia will provide the British Ambassador in Moscow Deborah Brunert evidence of Britain’s involvement in the attack on the base of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol and sabotage work against the Nord Stream pipelines. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a media briefing that the ministry would later disclose the material. TASS reports.
Peskov: “Putin has not yet decided whether to run for president”
Russian President Vladimir Putin has not yet decided whether to re-run the Kremlin. This was stated by Dmitry Peskov, a Kremlin spokesman, at a press conference in response to a question about the presidential elections scheduled for 2024. Putin has been in power since 1999. He has been President of Russia since 2012 and previously between 2000 and 2000. 2008. He was also Prime Minister from 1999 to 2000 during Boris Yeltsin’s presidency, and again from 2008 to 2012. Putin last year signed a law allowing him to run for two additional six-year terms, which could extend his government until 2036.
Medvedev: “Lift the moratorium on the death penalty”
The moratorium on the death penalty in force in Russia can be lifted if an additional tool is needed “to protect the interests of our people, our state and our society.” Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev wrote on Telegram. “The death penalty has been suspended in modern Russia. Very humane” and “other than what happens in all major nuclear-weapon states, such as the United States, China and India.” But “I would like to emphasize once again that, even in the context of the current Constitution, the Russian Constitutional Court can, if necessary, overcome the moratorium on the execution of the death penalty.” Medvedev then said that the possible lifting of the moratorium on the death penalty “is related to the means that must be chosen to protect the interests of our people, our state and our society.”
Kyiv: “a hospital was bombed in the Donetsk region”
According to a tweet from First Deputy Foreign Minister of Ukraine Amina Dzibar, the maternity ward and outpatient clinic of the Toritsk Hospital in the Donetsk region were damaged by Russian bombing during the night. Dzibar published the photos, adding that the attack targeted houses, apartment complexes and administrative buildings.
The United Kingdom imposed sanctions on 4 other Russian rulers
The United Kingdom imposed sanctions on four other Russian rulers. They are the founders of the Evraz Group Alexander Abramov and Alexander Frolov, as well as the general director of the Tatarstan Taif Jsc Albert Shigabutdinov and the son of the president, Irat Shaimiev. The British government said in a statement that the assets of the new defendants on the sanctions list are subject to a freeze, and they are prohibited from entering the country.
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