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Ukraine-Russia war, today’s news

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While Moscow once again accuses the West of actively participating in the conflict, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky recalls “Russian aggression in Crimea” nine years ago, and vows to reoccupy the peninsula: “This is our land.” The assurance comes from Washington that the United States will never recognize the “alleged Russian annexation”.


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Medvedev again speaks of the danger of nuclear escalation

Former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, now number two on the National Security Council, is raising the specter of nuclear catastrophe again, warning that if the West continues to arm Kiev, the danger will be more real.

Zelensky blew up the commander of the troops in the Donbass

The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, removed from his post General Eduard Moskalev, the commander of the joint forces operation, that is, the operation in Donbass. Dismissal Decree No. 113/2023 was published on the website of the Presidency of Ukraine. Moskalev was appointed commander of the combined forces’ operations in March last year.

Stoltenberg: NATO must strengthen the defense of the Baltic region

During the Vilnius Summit next July, NATO will have to “concentrate on strengthening its eastern borders,” particularly the Baltic region. This was stated by the Secretary General of the Atlantic Alliance, Jens Stoltenberg, in an interview with Lithuanian television.

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