The Kyiv Prosecutor is investigating 5,000 war crimes. Chip giant Intel is halting its operations in Russia. Twitter restricts access to Russian propaganda
Fort, Putin’s two daughters in the crosshairs of EU sanctions
Two daughters from Putin’s first marriage, Ekaterina Tikhonova and Maria Vorontsova, are also in the crosshairs of EU sanctions now at the table of the 27 ambassadors gathered at the Koreber in Brussels. This is confirmed by the Financial Times on the Internet, where among those close to Putin who should be included in the EU blacklist, there is also Hermann Gref, head of Sberbank, the most important Russian bank, and aluminum owner Oleg Deripaska. . Also on the list should be Alexander Shulgin, head of e-commerce platform Ozone, Boris Rotenberg, and Said Karimov, who controls Russia’s largest gold mine.
Kyiv, the bombing of the aid distribution center in Donetsk
At least two people were killed in a Russian bombing of a humanitarian aid distribution center in Donetsk region, eastern Ukraine. This was reported by the local governor, adding that at least 5 people were injured.
China opposes US-JB-Australia agreement on hypersonic missiles
Using the pretext of the crisis in Ukraine and maintaining the security of the Asia-Pacific region, the United States, Great Britain and Australia “are allied over hypersonic weapons, which increases the risk of proliferation of nuclear weapons and intensifies the arms race about which Asian countries must remain vigilant” . This is the comment of Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian, following the joint initiative announced by the three countries on the joint development of supersonic missiles – which will be supplied by China and Russia – as part of the three and four. Half of the military alliance known as Okos.
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