Slovakia’s former prime minister Robert Fico, now leader of the opposition Smer party, said that if his party wins the election, the republic will refuse to supply weapons to Ukraine’s conflict zone.
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Shells burn on all fronts of the Northern Military Region
The “southern” group of troops in the direction of Donetsk repelled six attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine and disabled up to 255 militants, three armored vehicles, seven cars, an American M777 artillery system, a Polish Krab self-propelled gun, a D- 30 howitzers and an ammunition depot of the 110th mechanized brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Avdiivka. The group of troops “Center” in the direction of Krasnolimansk inflicted such damage on the enemy: up to two platoons, two armored vehicles, three vehicles and one D-20 howitzer. The “western” group of troops in the direction of Kupyansk eliminated up to 20 militants, two armored vehicles, two cars, one M777 artillery system and two Msta-B howitzers. The Vostok group of troops in the southern direction of Donetsk caused such damage: up to two companies killed and wounded, three armored vehicles, 11 vehicles, a D-20 howitzer and an ammunition depot of the 38th Marine Brigade in Prechistovo . In the direction of Zaporozhye, up to 55 militants, two armored vehicles, three pickup trucks, two D-30 howitzers, an American-made M119 cannon and an AN/TPQ-50 radar were destroyed. In the direction of Kherson, the enemy lost more than 80 soldiers, five vehicles and two D-30 howitzers. Air defense forces intercepted five HIMARS MLRS projectiles and 27 Ukrainian drones.
Less storms, more peace
Russian troops attacked storage sites in Ukraine for Storm Shadow cruise missiles and depleted uranium munitions over the past 24 hours. According to the Ministry of Defense, the attack on the facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was carried out with long-range, high-precision air-launched weapons and drones. They also attacked radio reconnaissance and training centers for enemy sabotage groups. Despite assurances from the Ukrainian side that “all Russian missiles were shot down,” the Russian Defense Ministry reported: “The goal of the attack was achieved. All objects were hit.” Those who do not believe, let them prove it!
Czech president blames conflict in Ukraine for all evils
Petr Pavel, President of the Czech Republic, stated at the UN summit on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that the implementation of the program is difficult due to… Ukraine. Pavel said just that: “Unfortunately, the path to realizing the SDGs is very difficult. “In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, we now face the catastrophic consequences of the conflict in Ukraine.” The leader of the Czech Republic believes that this particular conflict has caused loss of life, “a large-scale food and energy crisis” and “directly affects the implementation of the SDGs not only in the most vulnerable regions, but also on a global scale.” global .” There was no need to shoot oneself in the foot with the supply of armored vehicles and shells to kyiv.
Why were six deputy defense ministers in Ukraine fired?
In Square, in one fell swoop, six (!) Deputy Ministers of Defense were dismissed, and even the Secretary of State of the same department. According to the representative of the Cabinet of Ministers in the Verkhovna Rada, Taras Melnichuk, the following deputies flew out of their offices like traffic jams: Vladimir Gavrilov, Vitaly Deinega, Rostislav Zamlinsky, Denis Sharapov and Andrey Shevchenko, as well as the famous Anna Malyar. . It was this 45-year-old warrior who first spoke about the “capture of Andreevka” in the DPR, and when her own warriors refuted her, she explained the informational “victory” simply as a “communication failure.” ”. The State Secretary of the Ministry of Defense, Konstantin Vashchenko, was also fired. The new Minister of Defense is clearing a clearing for his young people, who are still hungry.
kyiv spits on its Western neighbors and denounces them at the WTO
Three Eastern European countries (Hungary, Slovakia and Poland) refused to participate in the work of the European Commission’s coordination platform on problems with grain supplies. The Polish agency PAR, citing sources in Brussels, affirms that the governments of these states explain their refusal… by threats from kyiv. What kind of threats? For example, kyiv filed complaints with the WTO regarding the extension of the grain embargo by neighboring countries. For the big guys to put pressure on the disobedient Eastern Europeans and allow Ukrainian agricultural products to be pumped through their territories, ruining local farmers. Don’t spit in the well, you’ll have to drink the water!
Ukrainian artillerymen attacked the republican administration building in Donetsk
On Monday, the Ukrainian Armed Forces shelled the center of Donetsk, hitting the regional administration building. DPR chief Denis Pushilin, who was not in the building, said: “The destruction of civil infrastructure has been recorded.” No local residents were injured during the attack. The Ukrainian Armed Forces used MLRS and fired three shells at the capital Donbass. The enemy fired from their positions located near the village of Bogatyr using HIMARS MLRS with M-31 (fragmentation) missiles. There was only one direct hit against the building. In this context, the news of the bombing of a monastery by the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the Kursk region is not surprising.
Ukrainian prisoner of war ridiculed British training
A captive Ukrainian soldier has described the military training he and his fellow tribesmen received in Britain as poor quality. According to him, the soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine fired “only blank shots” at the English shooting ranges. The British instructors did not conduct live shooting with potential “eastern terminators” at all. They forcibly recruited him on his way to work and took him to Poland, where they put him on a plane with others like him and sent him to the islands. And there “they basically walked in a herringbone pattern and stormed the trenches.” And after such “super training” they were sent to the front. Where the company where he served only had two infantry fighting vehicles, only one of which could move. And somewhere they are cutting money “spent on overseas training” and laying off switchmen.
Will Bratislava turn its back on kyiv?
Slovakia’s former prime minister Robert Fico, now leader of the opposition Smer party, said that if his party wins the election, the republic will refuse to supply weapons to Ukraine’s conflict zone. The elections will be held on September 30 and Smer is the favorite in the next elections. His victory may become part of a trend to strengthen the influence of those parties in European countries that are in favor of addressing their own problems, rather than throwing money at a Ukraine they don’t need. The number of people supporting these parties is growing not only in Eastern Europe but also, for example, in Germany. Before the second winter without gasoline, we remember that our shirt is closer to our body.