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"Poland could be a threat to Russia" Kremlin stated

Kremlin stated “Poland could be a threat to Russia”

After Israel's announcement that during his conversation with Naftali Bennett, Putin apologized for Lavrov's recent statements, the Kremlin's spokesman Dmitry Peskov refused to confirm the Russian President's apology. Speaking to reporters on Friday, Peskov declined to confirm or deny that Vladimir Putin, in a conversation with the Israeli prime minister on Thursday, apologized for the…

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"Fierce and brutal battles" in Azovstal - Traitor helped the Russians

“Fierce and brutal battles” in Azovstal – Traitor helped the Russians

Russian forces launched another offensive against the Ukrainians in steelworks plant Azovstal in Mariupol on Thursday. A path to the plant's tunnels was allegedly shown to the Russians by a factory electrician who was described as a "traitor" by Ukrainian Interior Ministry adviser Anton Herashchenko. According to The New York Times, a Ukrainian commander claimed…

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Mariupol, Russia

“They will be eliminated” – Russia’s ultimatum to surrender Mariupol

The Ukrainian troops in Mariupol received an ultimatum to surrender, but according to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the ultimatum was completely ignored. According to the ministry's statement, the surrounded Ukrainian soldiers at the Azovstal plant were offered to voluntarily lay down their arms and surrender to save their lives. However, the ministry said that…

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Ukraine: "We temporarily lost access to the Sea of ​​Azov" - Chaos in Mariupol

Ukraine: “We temporarily lost access to the Sea of ​​Azov” – Chaos in Mariupol

Ukraine's Defense Ministry said it had "temporarily" lost access to the Sea of ​​Azov. PHOTO By, CC BY 4.0 This Ukrainian statement comes at a time when Russian forces are increasingly approaching the complete occupation of Mariupol, having achieved the complete siege of this city. фото Олексія Мосейченка (Ukrainian Ministry of Defence) "The occupiers have had…

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