Tajani listens to Stoltenberg: We will strengthen the contribution to NATO
Positive phone call with Jens Stoltenberg. I stressed Italy’s commitment to defending Western values. Grateful to our soldiers participating in Kosovo and in all NATO missions. We will enhance our contribution to NATO. Together to defend Ukraine.” Foreign Minister Antonio wrote on Twitter Tagani.
Putin meets Chechen leader Kadyrov
Russian President Vladimir put it in It is scheduled to meet with the Chechen leader Ramadan today Kadyrov. This was announced by the head of the Kremlin to a delegation of mothers of Russian soldiers serving in Ukraine. “I have to meet Ramzan Akhmatovic now, and I have a business meeting with him,” Putin was quoted by RIA Novosti as saying. The Russian president also accepted the request of one of the mothers, Zhardat Aguyeva, to convey her greetings to the Chechen leader.
Putin: Russia will achieve its goals in Ukraine
Russia will “achieve its goals” in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin said this when he met the mothers of some of the soldiers participating in the military operation.
Kherson patients were evacuated from hospitals because of the many rockets
Hospital patients Kherson They were evacuated to other cities in Ukraine due to the systematic Russian bombing of the city. This was announced by the head of the region Yaroslav Yanushevich on Telegram. Ukraine Pravda reports. According to him, the children who were treated at the Kherson Regional Clinical Hospital have been transported to Mykolaiv, patients of the regional psychiatric institution have also been evacuated, and 100 people will be treated in Odessa.
Moscow: I was born complicit in the crimes of the Kyiv regime
NATO is complicit in the crimes of the Kyiv regime. This is how the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Minister, Maria Zakharova, responded on Telegram to the statements of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in support of Ukraine.
Stoltenberg: “Peace negotiations depend on what happens on the battlefield”
Most wars end with negotiations, but what happens at the negotiating table depends on what happened on the battlefield. So the best thing to increase the chances of a peaceful solution is to support Ukraine. “We will not back down,” NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said at a press conference in Brussels ahead of a meeting of allied foreign ministers in Bucharest on Tuesday and Wednesday next week. «Allied countries (Kyiv, ed.) provide unprecedented military support and I expect the foreign ministers to increase their support for non-lethal equipment. At the Bucharest meeting I will ask for more contributions. In the long term, we will help Ukraine move from Soviet-era weapons systems to NATO standards and meet with Dmytro Kuleba to discuss immediate needs and long-term support,” Stoltenberg said. “Putin is failing in Ukraine and responding with more brutal waves of targeted missile attacks Citizens and civilian infrastructure deprive Ukrainians of heat, electricity and water.Times are tough for the rest of Europe and for the rest of the world too.We are all paying the price for Russia’s war in Ukraine.But the price for us is in money, for Ukrainians it is in blood.If we let Putin win, we will all pay a price Higher in the coming years. If Putin, or other authoritarian leaders, see that the use of force is rewarded, he will use it again to achieve his goals. Therefore, it is in our security interest to support Ukraine. We must remember that Russia is the aggressor, Ukraine is the victim of aggression, and Ukraine has the right to defend And we are helping her to do so.”
The Kremlin: Ukraine will not return Crimea
Russia excludes the possibility of Ukraine regaining Crimea. This was stated by Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, quoting TASS, in response to what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.
Russia lost 86,150 soldiers
Russia lost 430 men on the last day, bringing the losses among the Russians to 86,150 since the day of Moscow’s attack on Ukraine on February 24. This was announced in the daily bulletin of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, which has just been published on Facebook, which publishes figures that cannot be independently verified. According to the Ukrainian army’s report, the Russian losses today will be about 86,150 men, 2,899 tanks, 5,844 armored vehicles, 1,895 artillery systems, 395 multiple rocket launchers, and 209 anti-aircraft defense systems. According to the bulletin, which indicated that the data is being updated due to the fierce fighting, the Russian forces also lost 278 aircraft, 261 helicopters, 4,404 vehicles, 16 naval units, and 1,553 drones.
The war in Ukraine, the Russian invasion today, November 25th, enters the tenth month, with an increasing balance of blood and damage.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is meeting today with a delegation of mothers of soldiers participating in the military operation in Ukraine. This was announced by the Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, stressing that it would be a “free” conversation, without a predetermined program. The meeting was organized on the eve of Mother’s Day, which is celebrated in Russia tomorrow.
Meanwhile, in Kherson, 7 more civilians are killed: Russian bombing continues to hit the city.
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