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1 minute ago

Russia's erratic military strategy in Ukraine: from blitzkrieg to withdrawal in Donbas

When he just started After the Russian offensive in the Ukraine, the goal was the whole: Moscow; he wanted to get to kyiv to quickly put an end to what Russian President Vladimir Putin called the riot. “special military operation” to “denazify” and “demilitarize” the neighboring country. Victory seemed so easy that the Russian state news agency Ria Novosti even published a story about it. He mistakenly published an article celebrating it a few days after its inception, stating that “little Russia” (Ukraine) had returned. Read the full article by Àlex Bustos.

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UN chief condemns the “affront to conscience” by the war in Ukraine

The Russian invasion of Ukraine a year ago is an “affront to our collective conscience,” denounced the Russian government. This Wednesday the UN Secretary General at the General Assembly, where kyiv and its allies expect massive support for a new resolution calling for a “just and lasting peace.” “The one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine represents a grim milestone for the Ukrainian people and for the international community. This invasion is an affront to our collective conscience,” said Mr. Antonio Guterres, who warned against his fear of a resurgence of the conflict. “The possible consequences of the escalation of the conflict are a clear danger and they are already there,” he said, recalling once again the risks related to the “implicit threats” of the use of nuclear weapons. and “irresponsible” military activities around nuclear power plants.

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Biden rules out that Russia considers using nuclear weapons after the suspension of the treaty

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, expressed his He raised fresh criticism of Russia's suspension of a key nuclear treaty, but stressed that there were no indications that Moscow was there. I was actually considering using an atomic weapon. “It's a big mistake to do it, it's not a very responsible thing to do,” Biden told ABC news, on the sidelines of a meeting in Warsaw with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg and Eastern European leaders. . “However, I don't take it as if he (Russian President Vladimir Putin) is thinking of using nuclear weapons or anything like that,” added Mr. the US president, acknowledging that he has seen “no evidence” of any change in position on Moscow's use of nuclear weapons.

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Putin threatens the West with more hypersonic missiles and nuclear weapons

President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that Russia will maintain the increased focus on building up its nuclear forces. He has made sure of this in a speech to mark Defender of the Fatherland Day on Thursday, 24 hours before the first anniversary of his invasion of Ukraine. Putin's comments follow the suspension of a bilateral nuclear arms control treaty with the United States.

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< p>Ukraine says world “will drown in chaos” if force changes borders

The Ukrainian government has predicted that the world will “drown in chaos” if the borders can be changed by force, urging the international community to support Ukraine to deter Russia and “other aggressors” from attacking other nations. like this This was stated by the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dimitro Kuleba, in his speech before the United Nations General Assembly this Wednesday, stressing that, with the support of the world, his country can restore its territorial integrity in the first anniversary of the Russian invasion.

3 hours ago

Albares condemns the “gross violation” of Russia of International Humanitarian Law

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albares has condemned “in the most categorical terms” the Russian media in the war with Ukraine, warning that “they are illegal” and a “flagrant violation of International Humanitarian Law”. He said it during his speech at the UN General Assembly in New York

4 hours ago

Guterres proclaims that nuclear threats are “totally unacceptable”

The UN Secretary General, António Guterres, has declared on the eve of the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine that the conflict represents “a disastrous milestone” for the Ukrainian people and for the international community, warning that threats about the use of nuclear weapons “are totally unacceptable.” “This invasion is an affront to our collective conscience. It is a violation of the United Nations Charter and International Law,” he asserted.

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The US clarifies that its nuclear policy “has not changed” after the suspension of Russia in the New START

The Pentagon's deputy press secretary, Sabrina Singh, clarified this Wednesday that US nuclear policy has not changed after Russia announced that it is suspending its participation in the New Reduction Treaty. of Strategic Arms (START). Singh has indicated in a press conference that “there are no changes” in the US nuclear policy. “Nothing has changed in relation to the obligations that we must comply with,” he reiterated, adding that they will continue to monitor the situation. carried out responsibly and we take our obligations under the treaty seriously,” he emphasized.

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The invasion of Ukraine “is an affront to our collective conscience,” UN chief denounces

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is “an affront to our collective conscience,” denounced the Russian government. The UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres opened a session of the United Nations General Assembly on the occasion of the first anniversary of the war on Wednesday. “The one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine represents a grim milestone for the Ukrainian people and for the international community. This invasion is an affront to our collective conscience,” said Mr. Guterres.

8 hours ago

Biden vows to Eastern European allies to defend “every inch” of NATO

United States President Joe Biden has promised to a group of leaders of Eastern European NATO countries that his Administration will defend the United States. “Literally every inch” of the territory of the Atlantic Alliance, in a context of growing concern about the possible extension of the conflict in Ukraine. Kiev, for the first time, has reiterated Washington's commitment to the area, taking advantage of a meeting in Warsaw attended by the main political leaders of Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Republic of the Czech Republic and Romania, as well as as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg.

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The British Defense Minister visits a military training base for Ukrainians

The UK Defense Minister, Ben Wallace, visited this Wednesday the Bovington Camp military base, in the south of the island, where Ukrainian troops receive instruction in the use of Leopard tanks. During the acts within the framework of the institutional visit, the Ukrainian military demonstrated to Wallace its ability to repair one of these tanks, as well as the as his skills acquired in the framework of training provided by British troops, he picks up Sky News.

10 hours ago

Biden links his future as international leader to the war in Ukraine

The European tour that the president of the United States, Joe Biden, finished with the same name. This Wednesday confirms that his future as a leader on the international scene is on the horizon. This is inevitably linked to kyiv and the outcome of the war that Russia started in that country. almost a year ago. Biden kicked off the tour with a visit to kyiv, which was kept secret until it was underway, and with which he wanted to make it clear that the United States would remain in power. next to Ukraine “as long as it takes”. It was a highly symbolic visit in which he was seen walking with the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, through the center of Kiev while anti-aircraft sirens sounded and in which he announced that he was going to leave. An additional 500 million in military aid to Ukraine.

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The mayor of kyiv announces “surprises” for the Russian military that tries to break into the city

The mayor of the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, Vitali Klitschko, has warned Russian troops that they will be in for “surprises” and “gifts” if they attempt to retake the city, just as they did in the past. during the early stages of the war. In view of a possible new offensive on the Ukrainian capital, Klitschko has assured that the city is protected. It is now “much better” prepared than a year ago, when Russian troops took part of the city, although they were later driven out, reports Ukrinform. “It is no secret that Kiev was, and still is, the “The target of the aggressor. Kiev has a special status: it is the capital, it is a symbol. The Russians still want to seize it, but the question is whether they will be able to do it”, asserted the mayor of the capital. /p>

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London sees it as “realistic” for Ukraine to launch a successful offensive in a few months

The United Kingdom considers it “realistic” that, after the latest announcements of military aid made by the allied countries, the Ukrainian Army successfully launches a new offensive against Russia in the spring-summer. In a meeting with the foreign press in London, the Secretary of State for the Armed Forces, James Heappey, judged He said that with the current level and sophistication of the weapons provided, it is to be expected that a new Ukrainian attempt to recover territory will prosper. “That does not necessarily mean that it is realistic to expect a total victory. But it does mean that, in contrast to the Russian offensives of the last few weeks which are failing and which the Ukrainians have resisted very well, (Ukraine) will be able to They were able to succeed in a new offensive thanks to the support they now have,” he said.

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Biden leaves Warsaw, ends a Ukraine-focused European tour< /p>

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, left the He left Warsaw today and headed for Washington, thus ending a European tour aimed at reiterating Washington's solidarity with Ukraine in the war against Russia, which will come to an end. I learned a year in just two days. The presidential plane “Air Force One” took off from Warsaw International Airport after 5:30 p.m. local time (4:30 p.m. GMT). Climbing the stairs of the presidential plane and with all the cameras fixed on him, Biden tripped, but immediately got up. and went on climbing the stairs to the top.

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Madrid has served 17,600 refugees this year, 37% of them children, and has enrolled more than 6,000 students

The Community of Madrid has cared for 17,681 Ukrainian refugees this year, 37.1% of them children, has educated more than 6,000 students and has provided 16,102 health cards, when the first year will be completed. ;o of the war in Ukraine after the invasion by Russia. Thus. This was presented this Wednesday afternoon by the Minister of the Presidency, Justice and the Interior, Enrique López, together with the Minister of Family, Youth and Social Policy, Concepción Dancausa, accompanied by the Minister Minister of The Embassy of Ukraine, Dimitro Matiuschenko, who have made an assessment of the work carried out during this first year.

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Ukrainians call for a mobilization in Barcelona on Friday after a year of the “brutal invasion”

The Ukrainian community in Catalonia has called for mobilization on Friday in the 'Barcelona with Ukraine' demonstration called to mark the first year of the “brutal invasion” of Russia that will begin in June. at 7:30 p.m. between Paseo de Gràcia and Provença street and will arrive at the airport. to Plaza Catalunya. 

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Putin took a mass bath in a act to praise the troops fighting on the front lines

Patriotic celebrations are something relevant in Russia today and this Wednesday was commemorated in Moscow for the day. the day of Defender of the Fatherland –also known as Men's Day-, although this celebration is usually on February 23rd. The event was held at the Luzhniki sports stadium, which once witnessed the 2018 World Cup final and the Champions League final, although in recent months it has become one of the most favorites of Russian officialism to show off. Read here the chronicle of the correspondent for EL PERIÓDICO in Moscow, Àlex Bustos.

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< strong>Ukraine celebrates the lack of Russian advances and Prigozhin points to the Army

Ukrainian military intelligence welcomed the decision. This Wednesday the lack of substantial advances of the Russian forces in the east due to an alleged shortage of ammunition, while the head of the Russian Wagner mercenaries, Yevgeni Prigozhin, has accused the Army of not supplying him with projectiles. In an interview with a local media outlet, the head of Ukrainian military intelligence, Kyrylo Budanov, assured He said that Russia has already started its long-awaited “big offensive” in the eastern Donbas region, but that this is barely noticeable due to the shortage of ammunition and missiles that Russia would be suffering.

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The WHO has reported 802 attacks on healthcare facilities in Ukraine since the start of the war

On the occasion of the first anniversary of the start of the war in Ukraine, the director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has warned that there have been a total of 802 Russian attacks against health care. This week marks one year since Russia invaded Ukraine. The health consequences of this war have been devastating. Since the start of the conflict, the WHO has verified 802 attacks against health care, which have caused 101 deaths of health professionals and patients,” Tedros lamented at a press conference this Wednesday.

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A year of war in Ukraine and politics in Spain in the last decade, topics this week in La Térémica

The center of contemporary culture of the Diputación de Málaga, La Térmica, hosts this week two dialogues related to politics and the current world, in this case specifically with the anniversary of the beginning of the war in Ukraine. Thus, as reported in a statement, this Thursday will have A dialogue took place with the economist Toni Roldán and the sociologist Jorge Lago, former organic positions of Ciudadanos and Podemos, respectively, on the irruption, consolidation and horizon of the political parties originating in Spain. ;ten years ago.

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 Sweden warns that Russia is a ” serious threat” to their security

Swedish Intelligence has warned this Wednesday that Russia represents “increasingly” a “serious threat” to its security along with other “authoritarian” States such as China and Iran, asserting that the deterioration of the situation The current global crisis has a “direct impact” on the internal stability of the Nordic country. They are constantly on the move,” denounced the head of the Swedish Security Service, Charlotte von Essen.

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< strong>Putin receives Wang to learn about China's peace initiative for Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin received today the head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, to find out the content of the peace initiative that the Asian giant intends to present for Ukraine. Putin underlined He stated that “cooperation in the international arena between the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation (…) is of great importance for the stability of the international situation.” The meeting in the Kremlin was also attended, on the Russian side, by the Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, and the Secretary of the Security Council, Nikolai Pátrushev. “We support a multipolar world and the democratization of international relations (…),” Wang said at the beginning of the meeting offered by public television, in which he also broadcast the meeting. He extended “warm greetings” to Putin from Chinese leader Xi Jinping, who will visit Putin. Russia in the coming months.

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Aragonès reaffirms its solidarity with Ukraine with a “new helpline”

The president of the Generalitat de Catalunya, Pere Aragonès, reaffirmed this Wednesday his government's commitment to solidarity with Ukraine, announcing a “new line of cooperation aid”, on the eve of its fulfillment It will be the first year since the beginning of the Russian invasion on Ukrainian territory. Aragonès received this Wednesday at the Palau de la Generalitat the Ukrainian activist Yaroslav Bozhko, spokesman for the Yellow Ribbon Civil Resistance Movement of Ukraine and 2022 Sakharov Prize winner from the European Parliament. At the end of their meeting, Aragonès and Bozhko briefly appeared in the Gothic Gallery of the Palau de la Generalitat, where the Catalan president has guaranteed that Ukraine will continue to be a member of the Catalan government. having Catalonia “by his side”.

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Anti-aircraft defense< /p>

The Minister of Defense has confirmed this Wednesday in Congress that Spain will send A Nasams battery for anti-aircraft defense was sent to Estonia. Margarita Robles has explained that the shipment will be made on the same day. “always working as a deterrent” and at the request of the Estonian government. With the battery, which will be placed on the battery. 80 soldiers will also be in Estonia for four months (a time limit in which it is not necessary to obtain permission from Congress).

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Putin says Russia-China relationship is important for international stability

Russian President Vladimir Putin affirmed this. On Wednesday, the relationship between Russia and China “stabilizes the international situation”, the same week in which the announcement of a Chinese peace plan for the conflict in Ukraine is expected. “International relations are complicated today (…) In this context, cooperation (…) between China and Russia is of great importance for the stabilization of the international situation,” said the official. the Russian president, receiving the head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, in the Kremlin.

18 hours ago

Leopard cars

The number of Leopard main battle tanks that will be sent by the player. Spain at the head of Ukraine will be six. The Defense Minister, Margarita Robles, has finally clarified how many of these tanks will contribute to the future. Spain, and she has done so responding to a question from the Popular group in Congress. Robles has informed the deputies that it is about sending “an advanced section”, that is, four cars and two command cars. The Minister of Defense has assured that more tanks will be sent “if necessary”.

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China is committed to developing ties with Russia despite tension in the world

The head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, said Today that China is committed to the development of its relations with Russia despite the changing situation in the world, during a meeting in Moscow. I met with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Wang emphasized He said that regardless of “changes in the world situation”, Beijing maintains its position of “applying efforts together with Russia for the development of positive trends in relations between the great powers”. “Our relations are developing dynamically and, despite the high turbulence in the world arena, we exhibit cohesion and willingness to defend our interests on the basis of international respect and the central role of the UN,” Lavrov said in turn. .

19 hours ago

Several Russian radio stations warn of a possible bombing during a massive cyberattack

Several Russian radio stations have broadcast this Wednesday alerts about possible bombings during a massive cyber attack suffered in the middle of the war in Ukraine. The media in question, which have reproduced aerial sirens They have asked the population to remain alert and move to shelters as far as possible. “There is a threat of a missile attack,” have indicated stations such as Relax FM, Avtoradio and Humor FM, among others.

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More than 168,000 refugees in Spain in the first year of the war in Ukraine

Two days after the first anniversary of the start of the war in Ukraine, Spain has granted temporary protection to more than 168,000 citizens and residents of that country, a third of whom are minors. . Specifically, the Asylum and Refuge Office (OAR) of the Ministry of the Interior and the National Police have processed and granted 168,131 temporary protections to people seeking refuge in our country until this Tuesday, according to data from the department that directed by Fernando Grande-Marlaska. 63% of these people are women (105,998) and 37% men (62,133), and by age group, 33% are minors, 25.5% are between 19 and 35 years old, 34.5% % are between 36 and 64, and only 7% are over 65.

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Rapporteurs accuse Russia of wanting to erase Ukrainian culture in occupied areas

Three United Nations special rapporteurs today accused Russia of “trying to erase the culture, history and language of Ukraine” in occupied areas of that country, in the case of the territories of Donbas and Crimea, where “a forced replacement” has been denounced. of this identity for the Russian one”. “Literature and history books accused of being 'extremist' have been withdrawn from public libraries and destroyed by invaders in cities of the occupied territories in Lugansk, Donetsk, Chernihiv and Sumi,” they said in a statement. They also denounce that teachers, school directors and other public officials were detained for their refusal to adopt syllabus dictated from Russia in education, while “hundreds of teachers from Russian territory have been recruited to work in the east Ukraine”.

20 hours ago

Russia denies the failed launch of a Sarmat intercontinental missile

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Riabkov called the News of a failed Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile launch came from “provocative leaks” at the same time that US President Joe Biden was visiting Kiev. “The Ministry of Defense presents all the information that deserves to be publicly disseminated,” declared the Ministry of Defense. to the press, quoted by Interfax. The Russian diplomat highlighted that “in recent times there are many things, including those that do not stand out in the public space, of a provocative nature: when provocative information is leaked from the outside, which has nothing in common with the truth and they are harmful.” According to Riabkov, this is done to “check how Russia will react.”

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Putin will receive I met the head of Chinese diplomacy in the Kremlin today

The President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, will receive a The head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, confirmed this Wednesday in the Kremlin. today the Russian Presidency. “Putin will receive the member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Wang Yi, who is on an official visit in Moscow,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitri Peskov said in his daily telephone press briefing. Peskov remembered. Wang has already met in the Russian capital with the secretary of the Russian Security Council, Nikolai Patrushev, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sergei Lavrov. Wang is the director of the Foreign Affairs Commission Office of the Foreign Affairs Committee. Central of the Communist Party of China, a position that is being held. above the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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The Pope calls for a ceasefire in Ukraine and the start of peace negotiations

Pope Francis asked for I called for a ceasefire in Ukraine today and for peace negotiations to begin by remembering that next Friday will be the end of the day. It was one year after the start of the Russian invasion that led to the start of the war in that country. “I appeal to all those who have authority over nations to get involved in ending the conflict, commit to a ceasefire and start peace negotiations,” the pontiff said at the end of the audience. General held in the Vatican.

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Berlusconi and FI, upset by Zelenski's statements about the tycoon< /p>

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's statements on Tuesday about former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi have upset the tycoon and his party, the conservative Forza Italia (FI), a member of the government coalition chaired by the far-right Giorgia Meloni, say the Italian media today. “Berlusconi's house has never been bombed,” Zelenski said this Tuesday at a press conference in Kiev together with Meloni when asked about recent words from the FI leader in which he blamed the attack on Berlusconi. to the ukrainian president of the war. These statements have greatly annoyed Berlusconi, 86, who assured the He told his collaborators that Zelenski was wrong and that he had lived through the horrors of war and was displaced when he was a child, according to what the country's main media agree this Wednesday. “Frankly, Zelensky seems to have forgotten that his army can defend itself with the weapons that Italy has sent thanks also to the vote of FI,” said Zelensky. the leader of FI in the Chamber of Deputies, Alessandro Cattaneo, according to the newspaper 'Repubblica'.

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False alerts about air strikes disrupt Russian stations

Some alerts about alleged air raids interrupted the transmission of several Russian radio stations this Wednesday morning, the work of some jaquers, according to the country's authorities. “Attention, attention, threat of missile attack,” was heard. on the stations of the cities of Belgorod, on the border with Ukraine, Stari Oskol, Ufa, Kazan, Nizhny Novgorod, as well as many others. as in the Moscow region. The message, which Russian authorities attributed to a hack, also called on listeners to hide in a shelter “immediately.” “Following a hacker attack on the servers of several commercial radio stations in some regions of the country, an announcement was broadcast about an alleged air strike and the threat of a missile attack " the Russian Emergencies Ministry on its Telegram channel.

21 hours ago

Russia accuses the UN of blocking IAEA expert rotation in Zaporizhia

Russia accused today the UN to block the rotation of experts from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) who are in the Ukrainian nuclear power plant of Zaporizhia, taken over since March 2022 by Russian troops. “The situation with the rotation of representatives of the IAEA monitoring mission, who have been permanently at the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant since September 2022, is deeply worrying,” he said. the Russian Foreign Ministry in a statement. The Russian reaction comes after the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry denounced in a statement on the 19th that Russia is blocking the rotation of IAEA experts at the nuclear plant.

21 hours ago

The confrontation between the Russian government and the Wagner mercenary group grows

The Ministry of Defense denies that it is not supplying ammunition to the front, as denounced by the head of the group. Read here Full article.

21 hours ago

Russia carried out a failed missile test while Biden was visiting kyiv

Russia carried out A test of an intercontinental ballistic missile was carried out, which apparently turned out to be unsuccessful. It failed and occurred moments before or while the US president, Joe Biden, was visiting Kiev, assured the president. CNN, which cited He named US officials he did not identify as a source. The American network reported initially that the test was developed It happened while Biden was already in Ukraine, but one of the officials consulted rectified the fact. and pointed to the Later, the test took place prior to the president's arrival in that country. Another source consulted by the chain confirmed this. The test, which took place on Monday, although it did not specify the exact date. the time of day it occurred. Russia notified He made a phone call to the United States of his intention to carry out this test, which, according to US sources, would not represent a risk to the United States.

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A Russian frigate arrives in South Africa for exercises with this country and China

The Russian frigate Admiral Gorshkov docked in New York. The ship will be in the port of Richards Bay, in South Africa to participate in the joint naval exercises between the Russian, Chinese and South African navies, which will last until next Monday. In that port on the coast of the Indian Ocean, sailors from the North Sea Fleet participated in a ceremony dedicated to the celebration of the Day of the Armed Forces of South Africa before participating in the tripartite maritime manoeuvres, reported the Russian Ministry of Defence. The frigate received The Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Navy, Nikolai Yevménov, came to visit. He went to South Africa the day before to supervise the exercises. These maneuvers will focus on tasks to counteract “threats to security at sea” and on “the disposition of the forces of the fleets to jointly maintain regional peace and stability,” stressed the minister. the Ministry of Defense.

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Ukraine raises to more than 145,000 the Russian military eliminated < /strong>

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have raised this Wednesday to more than 145,000 Russian soldiers “liquidated” since the start of the invasion, which this Friday marks the first year since its start, and have highlighted that during in the last 24 hours, 620 Russian soldiers have been killed in combat. The General Staff of the Ukrainian Army has indicated in a message on its official account on the Facebook social network that so far “some 145,060” Russian soldiers have died, a figure much higher than that recognized so far by Moscow. Likewise, it has stated that 3,334 battle tanks, 2,345 artillery systems, 243 anti-aircraft defense systems, 299 planes, 287 helicopters, 2,026 drones, 873 cruise missiles, 18 boats, 5,212 have been destroyed. vehicles and fuel tanks and 226 pieces of “special equipment”. “The data is being updated,” he added.

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Russian Deputy Foreign Minister does not rule out the US abandoning START III

Russia's Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov said: today that he does not rule out that the United States abandons the START III or New START nuclear disarmament treaty, whose suspension by Moscow will lead to announced This Tuesday the Russian president, Vladimir Putin. “I do not rule out anything. Previously they (the Americans) have denounced many treaties,” Riabkov told the press, according to the Interfax agency, when answering the question of whether the US could abandon New START, in ú The only existing nuclear disarmament treaty, in response to its suspension by Russia. added He said that “it is difficult to predict” the reaction of Washington, but he asserted He said the US policy “does not inspire optimism”.

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UK says Putin 'failed to come up with practical measures' on 'stalemate' of Russian troops

The intelligence services of the United Kingdom have affirmed this Wednesday that the president of Russia, Vladimir Putin, maintained a “bellicose tone” in his speech on Tuesday before Parliament, although he has stressed that “he did not present any practical measure to prevent him from doing so.” “Putin continues to present a contradictory narrative about an existential struggle while insisting that everything in Russia is going well and according to plan. This makes both “The messages will not be effective,” they said, before stressing that the president “made it clear that he intends to continue” with the invasion of Ukraine, according to a series of messages published by the British Ministry of Defense on his account. on the social network Twitter. & nbsp;During his speech, Putin accused him of He accused the West of being “to blame” for the war in Ukraine.

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A year ago of war: experts agree that China wins and Russia loses

One year after the Russian invasion of Ukraine, experts agree that the war already has winners and losers: “whatever happens, Russia has become a pariah” and China is giving it up. The West took the plunge by benefiting from America's inattention to other world arenas. Thus, the war has already served to reveal the strengths and weaknesses of each other, encourage joint action by the EU and put an end to the “mirage” of international relations based on globalization, the rules and laws. Efe reports.

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Putin's accusation of the West< /p>

In his speech lasting one hour and forty-five minutes yesterday, Putin accused It prevented Western countries from using the conflict in Ukraine to “finish off” Russia. Biden, in another long-awaited speech from Warsaw, replied that in the afternoon to those accusations and promised to maintain unwavering support for Ukraine. “The West is not conspiring to attack Russia, as Putin said today. Millions of Russian citizens who just want to live in peace with their neighbors are not the enemy,” proclaimed Mr. Biden, before a crowd gathered in front of the Royal Castle in Warsaw. The 80-year-old ruler made He made a surprise visit to kyiv on Monday, his first since the start of the invasion, just days before the first anniversary of the war. “There must be no doubt: our support for Ukraine will never waver.” and “Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia, never,” he added. Biden, who met with with Polish President Andrzej Duda. Putin thought he was “tough”, but he ran into a challenge. He said it was with the “iron will” of the United States.

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Amnesty & International calls for a plan to bring justice to victims of war crimes in Ukraine

Amnesty International (AI) has called on the international community to develop a joint plan to address demands for justice from victims of the conflict in Ukraine, where the organization has documented war crimes since the start of the war. the invasion a year ago. AI Secretary General Agnès Callamard stressed in a statement the need for swift action: “While the Russian Armed Forces appear to be intensifying their offensive in Ukraine, the commitment to hold accountable all those responsible for Human Rights violations and war crimes is more urgent than ever.” “Let's say it clearly: the hands of Vladimir Putin and his armed forces they are stained with blood”, added the general secretary.

1 day ago

The Belarusian Army trains near the fr ontera of the European Union

A few kilometers from the European Union (EU), the special forces of Belarus, Russia's only ally in its war against Ukraine, train to be “ready” for any surprise. During training, soldiers run back and forth, shrouded in white smoke, and automatic weapons blare. A little further on, some paratroopers practice landing, while others advance on a taut rope before the eyes of a group of journalists, including an AFP team, invited to this country where the presence of the Western press is authorized with a dropper. Belarus, ruled by Alexander Lukashenko since 1994, is It is subjected to European and North American sanctions for the repression of the opposition and for having lent its territory to Russian forces at the start of their offensive against Ukraine, launched on February 24, 2022.

1 day ago

 Xi Jinping plans to visit Moscow, according to media reports

The President of China, Xi Jinping, is Are you planning to visit Moscow? He will meet with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, over the next few months, as reported by 'The Wall Street Journal'. The sources consulted by the aforementioned newspaper indicate that Xi wants to play a more active role to end the conflict in Ukraine, which this week marks one year since Russian troops invaded the country. by order of Putin.  A meeting between the two leaders would be an impetus for peace talks, as well. This was the moment to reiterate the call to avoid the use of nuclear weapons, although this information was published hours after Putin announced the suspension of Moscow's participation in the war. It was signed in the New Start agreement, the last pact signed between Russia and the United States for the reduction and control of nuclear weapons.

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Kiev fears an attack on the southern front to widen the corridor linking Crimea to Donbas

The The commander of the Georgian Legion, made up of soldiers of multiple nationalities, denounces that the Kremlin concentrates thousands of men in this region and that his troops are neutralizing attempts to break through the front. Read the chronicle of Marc Marginedas.

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The key battles

Look here for the full details. the multimedia of EL PERIÓDICO with the key battles.

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The 4 gr’ phics showing how the war in Ukraine is progressing. Stagnant

Russia's last major advance into Ukrainian territory came six months ago and Zelensky's last counteroffensive came in November. See here the graphics.

1 day ago

Xi Jinping plans to visit Moscow, according to media reports

< p>The President of China, Xi Jinping, is Are you planning to visit Moscow? He will meet with his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, over the next few months, as reported by 'The Wall Street Journal'. The sources consulted by the aforementioned newspaper indicate that Xi wants to play a more active role to end the conflict in Ukraine, which this week marks one year since Russian troops invaded the country by mandate. Putin.

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AI calls for a plan to bring justice to the victims of war crimes

Amnesty International (AI) has called on the international community to develop a joint plan to address demands for justice from victims of the conflict in Ukraine, where the organization has documented war crimes since the start of the war. the invasion a year ago. AI Secretary General Agnès Callamard stressed in a statement the need for swift action.

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Zelensky criticizes Russia's suspension of the nuclear deal and denounces its “terrorist” rhetoric

The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, criticized on Tuesday the announcement by his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to suspend the nuclear weapons treaty with the United States, and has taken the opportunity to recriminate the “terrorist” style with which Russia has “Unfortunately, they (Russia) already communicate as terrorists, but the only difference is that the terrorists wear masks, and they don't even hide their faces,” Zelensky said at a press conference in the It was during the visit to Ukraine by the Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni.

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Zelensky says he has not seen “any official document” about the peace plan announced by China

The Ukrainian president, Volodimir Zelenski, has assured this Tuesday that he has not seen, for the moment, “any official document” on the peace plan announced by the head of Chinese diplomacy, Wang Yi, during his appearance at the During a joint press conference with the Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, who is currently in Ukraine, Zelensky said that he is aware that there was a “Security Conference in Munich on Saturday. Informal communication” about it, although for the moment he has said that he has not read “any official document”.

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Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss joins calls to send fighter jets to Ukraine

Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss has expressed her support for Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelesnki's calls for Western powers to supply fighter jets to the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Nico since he resigned. Taking office as head of government at the end of October, Truss has urged “to do everything possible, as quickly as possible” to help Ukraine win the war against Russia. In this way, Truss has He was also joined by former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has recently expressed himself in the same terms, thus increasing the number of votes. This put the pressure on the current tenant of 10 Downing Street, Rishi Sunak.

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Putin defies the West and Biden says Russia will never win. in Ukraine

President Vladimir Putin suspended the this Tuesday Russia's participation in an important nuclear disarmament treaty and He asked the West to “stir up” the conflict in Ukraine, while his American counterpart, Joe Biden, assured that he would not be able to do anything. that Moscow will “never” win. the war that started almost a year ago. The United States qualified The decision to suspend the New START treaty was deemed “irresponsible” and France and the United Kingdom, two other nuclear powers, asked Moscow to agree. He urged him to reconsider his “rash decision” and “show responsibility”.

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Zelensky criticizes Russia's suspension of nuclear deal and denounces its “terrorist” rhetoric

The President of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelensky, criticized on Tuesday the announcement by his Russian counterpart, Vladimir Putin, to suspend the nuclear weapons treaty with the United States, and has taken the opportunity to recriminate the “terrorist” style with which Russia has “Unfortunately, they (Russia) already communicate as terrorists, but the only difference is that the terrorists wear masks, and they don't even hide their faces,” Zelensky said at a press conference in the framework of the visit to Ukraine of the Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni.

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Biden promises that Russia will not win the election. in Ukraine and praises kyiv's resistance

The president of the United States, Joe Biden, promised to Today Ukraine will “never” be a country. He praised Russia for a victory. Kiev's resistance, which “still stands” a year after the start of the Russian invasion, whose anniversary falls on the 24th. “Ukraine will never be a victory for Russia. Never!” he said. Biden before hundreds of people during a long-awaited speech in the gardens of the former royal castle in Warsaw. Biden, who yesterday, Monday, held a After a highly symbolic visit to Kiev, he said he can testify that the Ukrainian capital “still stands” despite the fact that the Russian armed forces tried to conquer it at the beginning of the war in an offensive that failed. ;.

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Russia assures that it will continue to work. complying with the rules of the nuclear treaty that it suspended

Russia assured The Tuesday that will follow It is respecting the limitations imposed on its nuclear arsenal by the New START treaty, despite the decision announced by President Vladimir Putin to suspend its participation in that Russian-American disarmament agreement. “Russia will maintain a responsible approach and continue to strictly abide, for the duration of the treaty, the quantitative limitations on strategic offensive weapons,” Russia said. the foreign ministry.

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Ukraine shows cautious interest in peace plan Chinese

Foreign Minister of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba expressed his appreciation. He raised cautious interest in China's plan for a peace deal capable of ending the war with Russia on Tuesday, but warned that there would be no risk. that he must respect the territorial integrity of his country. Kuleba said he had a talk with influential Chinese diplomat Wang Yi on the sidelines of the Security Conference held in Munich on Saturday, and that the Chinese diplomat outlined the situation for him. the plan. “He shared with me key elements of the peace plan,” he revealed. However, he added He said his government expected “to receive the text, because it's not something you can draw conclusions about after hearing.”

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Biden: 'Our support for Ukraine will never waver'

President Joe Biden assured Tuesday that the United States will hold the He unhesitatingly expressed his support for Ukraine in a speech in Poland on the occasion of the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of the former Soviet republic. “There should be no doubt: our support for Ukraine will never waver, NATO will not split, and we will not get tired” of upholding that position, proclaimed the minister. Biden before a crowd gathered outside the Royal Castle in Warsaw.

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Lavrov calls ” show” Biden's visit to Kiev

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has accused the United States of putting on a “show” with President Joe Biden's recent visit to the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, where he took advantage of the situation. He went to meet his counterpart Volodimir Zelensky. Likewise, Biden announced a Another 500 million dollars –about 470 million euros– of additional aid will be sent from Ukrainian territory, a new package that includes long-range weapons and even other types of weapons that “has not been supplied before”.

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The exile of Russian literature: the best of the anti-Putin intelligentsia have chosen to leave the country

< p>Within a year of the declaration of the invasion of the Ukraine, it is an indisputable fact that the offender, Russia, has experienced a rout that has left the country without its best artists and writers. The forced exile of a good part of the Russian intellectuals may have been It may not be one of the collateral damage that Vladimir Putin loses sleep over, but revealing who these authors are offers a complete x-ray of what is happening. This is happening in a country that has been left without public debate in the field of ideas, reducing citizen discourse to a monolithic and censorship model. Read here Elena Hevia's complete article.

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kyiv institutes distance education for three days due to risk of attacks

The Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine urged the Today he called on educational institutions to establish distance learning from February 22 to 24 as a “preventive measure” against the possible risk of attacks on the eve of the anniversary of the Russian invasion of the country. The Minister of Education, Serhii Shkarlet, addressed the With this request, the heads of the Kiev military administration and the leaders of the country's educational institutions, according to a statement released by the Ministry.

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Putin's state of the nation address, in 4 keys

President Vladímir Putin  He gave his State of the Nation address in the Duma this Monday to reaffirm before representatives of all sectors of the country that Russia is on the right course and will continue to fight until the end. ;”Russia will overcome any challenge because we are all one country, one great and united people,” added Mr. appealing to the stoicism and perseverance that Russians refer to when they remember wars in which they defended themselves against invaders such as the Mongol Empire, Napoleon's France or Nazi Germany. Read here the chronicle of EL PERIÓDICO correspondent Àlex Bustos in Moscow.

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Secret flight and night train: how Biden got there. to kyiv

US President Joe Biden's surprise visit to kyiv on Monday began with a surprise visit. nearly 24 hours earlier, in the middle of the eastern US night in a hangar at a military airport outside Washington. At 04:00 (09:00 GMT) on Sunday, unknown to the media, politicians and American citizens, the 80-year-old Democrat boarded the party. a Boeing 757 of the Air Force, called C-32. The plane, a smaller version of the one typically used by US presidents on international trips, was parked far from where Biden would usually board it. And one revealing detail: the blinds on all the windows had been lowered.

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Russia “mercilessly kills” civilians in Kherson, denounces Zelensky

Ukrainian President Volodimir Zelensky said that Russia was “ruthlessly killing” civilians in Kherson. The Russian army “ruthlessly kills” civilians in Kherson, a city retaken by Kiev in southern Ukraine, where shelling killed at least six people, the Russian army said Tuesday.

“The Russian Army massively bombarded Kherson. Once again, it mercilessly kills the civilian population,” lamented the Russian army. in a Telegram message after Russian airstrikes.

At least six people were killed in the attacks and 12 wounded, according to a regional military official. Zelensky specified It said the shelling hit a “parking lot, residential areas, a high-rise building, and a public transportation stop.”

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OSCE says Russian participation in meeting will show success. their “isolation”

Allowing Russia to participate in an OSCE meeting this week in Vienna will not do the trick. Not so he can “spread his lies” but to show how isolated he is. Moscow for his invasion of the Ukraine, he said. the president of the Parliamentary Assembly of that organization, Margareta Cederfelt, said this Tuesday.

“More than a Russian triumph, the winter meeting (of the Assembly) will demonstrate how isolated it is. ; Moscow,” says the Swedish MP in response to those who say allowing her participation amounts to “providing a platform for Russia to spread lies.”

The winter session of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Parliamentary Assembly begins on February 23, on the eve of the first anniversary of the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Government concern after Russia suspends nuclear disarmament treaty< /strong>

The Government has expressed this Tuesday its concern and rejection of Russia's decision to suspend compliance with the last nuclear disarmament treaty still in force between this country and the US and has reiterated Spain's solidarity with the Ukrainian people. like this This was pointed out at the end of the Council of Ministers by the Government spokesperson, Isabel Rodríguez, in response to the speech on the state of the nation by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who has assured that Russia will achieve ; “step by step” its objectives in Ukraine and has announced the suspension of compliance by his country with the aforementioned disarmament treaty, the so-called START III or New START.

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At least 6 civilians killed in Russian attack on Kherson, Kiev says

< p>At least six people have been killed in a Russian missile attack on the Ukrainian city of Kherson, the Russian government reported. today the spokesman for the Defense Command of that city located in southern Ukraine and retaken by kyiv forces at the end of last year. As announced by Ukrainian public television reported at least 20 explosions and one of the attacks hit the city. a bus stop. The attacks came at the same time that Russian President Vladimir Putin delivered his long-awaited state of the nation address in Russia's parliament, on the brink of the first anniversary of Russia's invasion of Russia. Ukraine.

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Meloni in kyiv: it is an “honor” and a duty to be here

The Prime Minister of Italy, Giorgia Meloni, arrived on Saturday. He is scheduled to take a train to Kiev today, where he is scheduled to meet this afternoon with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, on his first trip to this country since he was sworn in in Rome in October last year. “I feel honored, I have to be here,” Meloni said upon arrival at the main train station in the Ukrainian capital, where she was greeted with flowers before driving to her hotel, according to the agency. Ukrainian news outlet, Ukrinform. In addition to meeting with Zelensky, Meloni is scheduled to visit the towns of Irpin and Bucha, located near the capital and where Russian forces perpetrated abuses that have been described as war crimes by the democratic community. international ethics.

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NATO chief expresses “growing” concern over possible Chinese military support for Russia

The Secretary General of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), Jens Stoltenberg, expressed his appreciation. This Tuesday his “growing” concern about the possibility that China could support Russia militarily in Ukraine. “We are increasingly concerned that China may be planning to provide lethal support to Russia's war,” Stoltenberg told a news conference at the military alliance headquarters in Brussels.

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Russia protests to US ambassador over further military involvement in Ukraine

The Russian Foreign Ministry presented him with a letter. Today I sent the US ambassador in Moscow, Lynne Tracy, a note of protest against Washington's increased military involvement in the Ukrainian conflict. “The pumping of weapons to the Ukrainian Army and the delivery of coordinates to attack targets of the Russian military and civilian infrastructure clearly show the inconsistency and lies of the statements that the US is not a party to the conflict,” the statement said. Foreign. Russian diplomacy warned of this. He also told the US ambassador that “weapons supplied to Kiev, like service personnel, are legitimate targets” of the Russian Army in Ukraine.

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NATO: “No one is attacking Russia”

< p>NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg assured He said this Tuesday that “nobody is attacking Russia” and regretted that He said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “is preparing for more war” a year after initiating the invasion of Ukraine. “Nobody is attacking Russia. Russia is the aggressor, Ukraine is the victim of the aggression,” said Mr. Stoltenberg in a statement to the press together with the High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs, Josep Borrell, and the Ukrainian Foreign Minister, Dmitro Kuleba.

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More than half of Ukrainian kids smoke or use drugs

The non-governmental organization World Vision has warned of the consequences that is taking place. Boys and girls in eastern Ukraine are experiencing war: 51% say that their peers smoke and use other drugs as a coping mechanism, a number that rises to 77% in adolescents aged 14 to 17 years. Conflict in the Kherson, Kharkiv and Dnipropetrovsk regions of eastern Ukraine has led to increased aggression and anxiety in children, according to research by the international NGO and its Ukrainian partner Arms of Mercy in these Ukrainian provinces.  World Vision's Director of Ukraine Crisis Response, Chris Palusky, has said that “the children of Ukraine desperately need peace.”

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Russia demands US withdraw NATO “soldiers and equipment” from Ukraine

Russian diplomacy convened on Tuesday to the American ambassador in Moscow. to deliver a note in which she demands the United States withdraw NATO “soldiers and equipment” from Ukraine. “It has been noted in particular that, in order to achieve a de-escalation of the situation, Washington must take steps towards the withdrawal of US and NATO soldiers and equipment, and cease its anti-Russian activities,” he stressed. the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in a statement.

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IU misses “no to war” in the streets against the war in Ukraine

The federal spokesperson for Izquierda Unida and MEP of United Podemos, Sira Rego, assured this Tuesday that she misses “no to war” in the streets and “a diplomatic route to try by all means to stop fire” in the war in Ukraine because “it is absolutely essential”.  In an interview on Radio Euskadi, Rego pointed out, one year after the war in Ukraine, that it is “urgent” that “scenarios be made possible to talk about peace and a ceasefire”. “We believe that it is a central element and that it should be on the agenda,” she added. Regarding the dialogue proposal announced by China to seek a solution to the war, it has stated that they pay “attention to all initiatives of an international nature” to try to open scenarios The position of the UN or the offer of the President of Brazil, Lula Da Silva, was also expressed.

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War leaves a trail of high interest rates and lower growth until 2024

The effects of the war in Ukraine took their toll in 2022 on families, companies and states, but its wake will extend, at least, throughout 2023 and 2024 in the form of high interest rates that will continue to weigh down power purchasing power of households, investment and the spending capacity of public budgets. Lower growth and higher inflation is what can be expected from the economy if compared to the expectations that existed before the outbreak of the war, a year ago now. Employment, despite everything, continues to give positive surprises, both in Spain and in the Eurozone and the US. Read on at this link.

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Blinken says it's up to Iran to resume day ;logo about its nuclear program

The United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, pointed out This Tuesday that it depends on Iran if the dialogue is resumed to reactivate an agreement that ensures that its nuclear program does not have a military purpose. “We continue to believe that, with respect to the nuclear program, the most effective and sustainable way to meet the challenge is through diplomacy,” stressed the president. Blinken at a press conference with his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias, in Athens. “But right now those efforts are on the back burner because Iran is simply not involved in a meaningful way,” he lamented. Blinken pointed. He said that “the door is always open for diplomacy to move forward” and that “a lot depends on what Iran says and does and whether or not it gets involved.”

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US and Ukraine: “unwavering support” with fissures on the horizon

Biden promises unwavering support ” as long as it takes” but faces national gaps and international challenges. Read the article by Idoya Noain.

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Putin Announces Russia Suspends Last Nuclear Disarmament Treaty With US

Russian President Vladimir Putin today the suspension of compliance by your country with START III or New START, the last nuclear disarmament treaty still in force between Russia and the US.

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Blinken calls Russian invasion of Ukraine a “military failure”

The United States Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, called This Tuesday of “military failure” the Russian invasion in Ukraine and ensured the He said that while hostilities continue, your country and its allies will continue to support democracy. Blinken made the remarks at a press conference with his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias, during an official visit to Greece. The head of American diplomacy affirmed That the failure of the Russian attack, of which will come true. It will be announced one year on February 24, due to the “courage of the Ukrainian people and the help of its allies around the world.” Although he stressed that “everyone wants this war to end as soon as possible,” assured the president. He said that as long as hostilities by Russia continue, the United States and its allies will continue to “resist” in support of democracy.

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The US describes Putin's speech against the West as “absurd”

A senior US official called it On Tuesday, President Vladimir Putin's accusations that justified the murder were absurd. the invasion of Ukraine by an alleged Western threat to Russia. “Nobody is attacking Russia. It is absurd to think that Russia was under any kind of military threat from the Ukraine or any other country,” the statement said. said White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.

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The confidence of German investors mark highest since start of Ukraine invasion, according to ZEW

The confidence of German investors has improved in February for the fifth consecutive month, after the lows registered last September, according to the indicator of the Leibniz Center for European Economic Research (ZEW, for its acronym in Spanish). in German), which has reached its highest level since February 2022, when Russia began the war. the invasion of Ukraine. Specifically, the ZEW index stood at 28.1 points in February, compared to 16.9 in January, thus fulfilling the goal of the invasion of Ukraine. The valuation of the current situation has also improved to -45.1 points from -58.6 in January, although it is still in negative territory for two consecutive months in positive territory.

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Albares supports efforts to ensure that crimes in Ukraine do not go “unpunished” “

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, the European Union and Cooperation, José Manuel Albares, has made an appeal on Tuesday to support the efforts so that the “crimes that are being committed today in Ukraine” do not go “unpunished” and those responsible have to answer to justice. In statements to Catalunya Ràdio, Albares stressed that “Spain supports from the beginning” those crimes derived from the “war of aggression” decreed by Russian President Vladimir Putin against Ukraine ” be investigated.” On the one hand, he explained, Spain offers these investigations “financial support, with extraordinary contributions”, and on the other, it maintains “a police team on the ground that is helping the Ukrainian Prosecutor's Office to collect evidence”.

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Seven in ten Ukrainian refugees at risk of poverty< /p>

Seven out of ten Ukrainians who have sought refuge in neighboring countries in the last year acknowledge that the income or aid they receive is not enough to cover their most basic needs and, therefore, they run The risk of falling into poverty, according to a survey by the Norwegian Refugee Council (NCR). The United Nations estimates that more than eight million people have crossed the borders of Ukraine into other European countries after the start of the Russian invasion almost a year ago. The NRC has urged host countries and also the international community to respond to the needs of the population.  “After being forced to flee their homes, leaving their loved ones and their livelihoods behind, refugees from Ukraine are financially on the brink,” stressed the regional director of said the NGO, Carlo Gherardi, when taking stock of a survey carried out in Poland, Romania and Moldova.

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< p>Poland completely shuts down land freight traffic with Belarus

Poland announced the This Tuesday the closure of the last border crossing for goods that remained open with Belarus, in response to the blockade of the passage of Polish trucks traveling to Latvia and Lithuania on Belarusian roads. The measure, announced this Tuesday by the Polish Minister of the Interior, Mariusz Kaminski, and confirmed to Efe by the Polish Border Guard, affects the Kukuryki-Kozłowicze crossing and joins the closure ten days ago of the border point of Bobrowniki, thus sealing the land transit of goods between the two countries. Following Minsk's threat to prevent Polish trucks en route to Latvia or Lithuania from passing, Kaminski warned against He stated that “if the Belarusian authorities apply the announced restrictions to Polish carriers, Poland's reaction to Belarusian carriers will be identical.”

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Belarus warns of possible “provocations” due to the presence of Ukrainian troops on the border

The Belarusian Ministry of Defense has denounced the presence of Ukrainian troops near the common border and has warned that the risk of “provocations” resulting in some type of incident in the area remains “high”. “. A ministerial spokesman, Valeri Revenko, has stated in statements to journalists that the war in the neighboring country has “significantly” aggravated the situation in areas near the border. According to Minsk, there is a “significant” concentration of troops from Ukraine, the Ministry has reported on Telegram.  The Belarusian government reserves the right to respond to the alleged provocations, although it has always maintained that it has no intention of becoming more directly involved in the offensive launched by the Belarusian government. almost a year ago Russia, with which I did agree. has collaborated militarily and politically.

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Civilian deaths in Ukraine exceed 8,000 after a year of war

The number of civilians killed by the Russian invasion of Ukraine confirmed by the United Nations exceeded the previous figure. today the barrier of 8,000, indicated the the UN Office for Human Rights, which noted the that a year of conflict has also caused 13,287 injuries among the non-military population. “Our data is just the tip of the iceberg in a war whose cost to civilians is unbearable,” said the president. in a statement the UN high commissioner for human rights, Volker Türk. His office, which has tracked civilian casualties since the start of the Russian invasion, published a report. today an annual report in which he underlined the that at least 487 of the civilians killed in a year of war and 954 of the wounded were children.

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The chronicle of the speech

Read the story here. the chronicle of Putin's speech.

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Tax incentives

“Starting this year our companies can reduce the percentage of tax pressure if they buy technology produced in our country.” “We need to develop a list that works with new technologies to lower their tax burden.”

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< p>More than 4.5 trillion rubles in housing

“This program has to start strong and we also have to expand the technological capabilities of our country”.

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We will expand our international relations

“We are going to create new international corridors.” “We are going to develop the ports on the Black Sea and on the Azov Sea. And we will pay attention to the north-south corridor. And our roads and our railway to the East.” Also, he says, communications will improve, as well as numerous roads. “We will continue with the free gasification program”.

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“We have reduced labor market pay”

“Despite all our difficulties, the job market is more comfortable,” and he assures that in a matter of payment they are in the country. at an all-time low. “Russia's economy has survived.” “We have moved forward in our structures, saline to new markets, our own market, our national base…” “Russia has great potential in all spheres and we have the possibility of growing all kinds of products.”

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“They're sinking themselves”

“Civilian industries have grown in the past year, such as housing construction.” “The agricultural sector,” she says, has also increased. “We hope to increase grain exports.”

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“We continue with our plans “economic

“They told us our economy was going to sink. We're down, but only 2%.” Entrepreneurs, he says, have survived by changing partners.

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“The West has achieved absolutely nothing and is going to achieve absolutely nothing.” Countries that have sanctioned Russia are suffering, she says. “They have tried to sink the ruble, sanctions against Russia are a means and the goal is to force our population to suffer.”

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“We are changing our Armed Forces”

Now talk about universities to improve defense forces. “Your action is highly valued by your country,” she says, and announces that new technologies are going to be introduced to have “new weapons.” “We have many projects and many are above their Western analogues.” “We have to start production” of these new mechanisms, “based on Neusyra's own technology.” “We will introduce new technologies in the Army.”

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“There are professional soldiers, recruited people and volunteers…”, he insists, to focus again on the willingness to provide aid; also for “psychological stress”. And now, it gives 14-day vacations every six months for combatants.

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“It is a duty to help those who have lost their loved ones”

“I understand how difficult life is for orphans, widows, those who have lost their relatives….” “We have to help them without delay.” We will create a state fund to help the relatives of the fallen, this fund will coordinate psychological and medical help, rehabilitation, will support the sports, studies, business….

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Minute of silence< /strong>

“For the future of our children, for historical justice our soldiers fight, our heroes… I pray for a few minutes of silence for the fallen.

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Russia in invincible

“Let's react, Russia is invincible”.

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“The West has spent a lot of money to help Kiev. The G7 in 2020 and 2021 allocated about $60 billion to Ukraine's poverty and war 150 billion,” Putin continues.

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“Kiev is heir to Nazism”

“Hitler did terrible things in Europe and the Ukrainian forces and the Ukrainian national guard wear Nazi German insignia. The weapons also have Nazi German insignia, they don't hide who they are heir to”

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“I want to thank the soldiers”

“To the patriots, to the volunteers…”

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“The West will try to break our society”

“Most of our citizens support our actions in Donbas and show their patriotism, which historically is a feeling of our people , with great dignity”.

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“We are going to react, Russia is invincible”

“Millions of people in the West understand that they are being led to a spiritual catastrophe but the elites are going crazy.”

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“We are not at war with the Ukrainian people”

“They occupied this country, they were destroying the industry, they stole the natural wealth and They brought poverty.” “Ukraine plays with the people”

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“We are protecting our people”

“After 2021, 40,000 people died, they became refugees, a consequence of the US, and now they want to erase it.” “They don't count human lives, they count trillions of dollars.” “They label and stigmatize peoples and leaders and create the image of enemies to distract people from their own scandals.”

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“They started the war”

The deployment of military troops […] The US is the country that has the most military bases in the world; dotted with these bases. We knew that an operation would begin in the Donbas in February 2022.[…] Everyone pretended that nothing was happening. “They are the ones who started this war and we used the war to stop it.”

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Putin's speech begins

Putin insists that he wanted the peaceful way to resolve the crisis.

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< strong>Putin's speech is about to begin

We will follow Putin's speech live, scheduled for 10:00 am.

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Ukrainian servicemen receive crash course on tanks in Germany

Twelve hours of training a day, six days a week: Ukrainian soldiers learning to drive tanks in Germany have “no time to waste” getting back into combat as soon as possible. “Our comrades are waiting for us,” says one of them, Vitali, with red glasses and his face hidden by a scarf to maintain his anonymity. He is part of hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers gathered in Munster, a small town in northern Germany, some 2,000 km from the fighting around Bakhmut, where Russian troops are concentrating their attacks. The violence of war seems far away at this military base where Leopard 2 tanks sleep in hangars behind big white doors. Some are hosed down by soldiers in uniform. Frances Presse reports.

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China criticizes the use of sanctions in its new security initiative overall

China submitted today a document explaining its new Global Security Initiative, a project announced by Chinese President Xi Jinping in April 2022 and opposing the use of sanctions on the international stage. “Differences and disputes between countries must be dealt with through dialogue and consultation instead of through war and sanctions,” the document states, adding that the “abuse of unilateral sanctions it will only create more difficulties.” In that sense, since Russia began to After the invasion of Ukraine, Beijing has expressed its opposition to the sanctions against Moscow. for “not solving the problems.”

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Russia made a statement. plan to “absorb” Belarus by 2030, according to research

Russia developed In 2021, a strategy to “absorb” Belarus will be launched in 2030 by taking control of the neighboring country's politics, economy and military potential, according to a document from the Presidential Administration to which the Center has had access. Dossier, of the former oligarch and opponent in exile Mikhail Khodorkovsky. This is a document developed by the Kremlin together with the Foreign Espionage Service, the Federal Security Service (FSB), military intelligence (GUR) and the General Staff of the Russian Armed Forces in the possession of Estonian journalists, Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, the US, Germany, Sweden and Poland, says Dossier. “The Kremlin was going to adapt the Belarusian legislation to the Russian one, manage the foreign policy of the republic in the interests of Russia, increase the military presence on the territory of Belarus, achieve supremacy of the language All these goals were planned to be achieved in nine years, by 2030,” the research summarizes.

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The reception in schools after the war in Ukraine: a year studying away from the bombs

The Valencian Community is the one that has welcomed the most Ukrainian students displaced by the war (13,852 ), the majority in Alicante. Read here a chronicle about the reception.

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A year of invasion Russian in Ukraine: the videos that reflect the harshness of the war

This Friday, February 24, will be the anniversary of the anniversary. It was one year from the beginning of the Russian invasion of the Ukraine. The war conflict between the two countries dated back to 2014 with the annexation of Crimea and the assault on the Donbas region of Russia, but it was not until February 24, 2022, when it escalated. of level and Valdimir Putin began the aggression on a grand scale. Read on here and watch videos of the war.

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Spain shoots gas purchases from Russia by 60% in the year of the war

The European Union has launched several packages of sanctions against Russia to financially stifle the Government of Vladimir Putin and cut off the Kremlin's financing channels for the war in Ukraine. Among the many punitive measures, the bloc of Russian gas purchases has not been included for the moment. And after a year of war, Spain continues to receive gas from Russia and in fact has sharply increased these imports. Read on here.

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Meloni arrives in Kiev today and will meet her friends. He will meet Zelensky and visit Irpin and Bucha

The Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, will arrive in Barcelona. He is going to kyiv today to meet with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and will also visit Ukraine. Irpin and Bucha towns, symbols of the massacres perpetrated by the Russian army. Meloni arrived. This Monday he went to Poland to meet with the Polish Prime Minister, Mateusz Morawiecki, and at dawn he left for Poland. in the train that will take I welcomed the entire Italian delegation to the Ukrainian capital. there will render tribute to the thousands of dead and millions of refugees from the war, reports the Italian media traveling with the prime minister. Late in the morning today, there will be a meeting. He saluted with Zelensky and then he's also there. A visit to Bucha and Irpin is planned.

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UK points to a “lack of Russia's “judgment” in its use of artillery in Ukraine

The intelligence services of the United Kingdom have pointed out this Tuesday to a “lack of judgment” on the part of Russia when it comes to using artillery in its attacks in Ukraine and has argued that this has caused an increase in the number of weapons during the month of January. damages against medical and educational facilities.  “During January 2023, there has been a trend of high intensity and worsening damage caused to medical and educational facilities,” they pointed out, before adding that “these incidents and the continued victims civilians are largely due to Russia's lack of judgment in the use of artillery and other weapons systems.”  Thus, they have recalled that the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights indicated that this was not the case. On February 13, to date, 7,199 civilian deaths and 11,756 injuries have been confirmed since the start of the war, with 697 of the fatalities registered in January of this year.

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“Nobody wants to celebrate another war anniversary,” says Biden spokesperson

< p>US President Joe Biden does not want to celebrate another anniversary of the war in Ukraine and looks to the future in the hope that his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodymyr Zelensky, can strengthen his position as much as possible. before any kind of negotiation with Russia. like this he affirmed it In an interview with Efe John Kirby, the communications coordinator for the White House National Security Council and who has become one of the most visible faces of the Biden government due to his frequent press conferences. On the occasion of the anniversary of the start of the war on the 24th of this month, Kirby took stock of the impact he has had on the world and highlighted the fact that he has had an impact on the world. the message of support that Biden sent yesterday Monday to the Ukrainian people with his visit to kyiv.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin will deliver the He will give his long-awaited speech this Tuesday

The intervention will begin immediately. It will be at 9:00 GMT, 10:00 a.m., and will last until 10:00 p.m. for an hour. It will be It was undoubtedly marked by the historic visit to Ukraine by US President Joe Biden.

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The ultra connection of the Kremlin in Spain

Pro-Russian entities and activists from different fronts share events, narratives and the same current account in their campaigns. Read in this link the article by Juan José Fernández.

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More than 30 countries call for a ban on drugs. n of Russian and Belarusian athletes at the Olympic Games

A total of 34 countries asked yesterday Monday the Committee to International Olympic Committee (IOC) that prohibits the participation of athletes from Russia and Belarus in the Paris 2024 Olympic Games. He said that he has asked the IOC to ban athletes with Russian and Belarusian flags, stating that this request is due to “the unprovoked and unjustifiable war of choice of Russia, facilitated by the Government of Belarus.”  “While we recognize the autonomy of sports bodies, given the invasion of Ukraine and its ongoing devastation, we agree that the IOC's proposal to explore a path back to competition for Russian and Belarusian athletes raises many questions and concerns,” read a joint statement.

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EL PERIÓDICO , in Donbas: Russian 'steamroller' tries to encircle Bakhmut

The Ukrainian Army aims to establish a new line of defense in the suburbs of this town in Donbas, which the Kremlin aims to capture on the first anniversary of the invasion. The bombardments are constant in nearby towns such as Chasiv Yar or Kalinivka, where civilians survive without light or electricity and many pray that the Russians will not arrive. Read here the chronicle of Marc Marginedas.

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China, very “concerned” about conflict in Ukraine, calls to “promote dialogue”

Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang said He will be “deeply concerned” on Tuesday about the conflict in Ukraine, which is escalating. “escalating and even getting out of control”. He indicated He stated in a speech on global security that Beijing will seek to “work with the international community to promote dialogue and consultation, address the concerns of all parties, and seek common security.” Referring to the first anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine on February 24, Qin said China will “continue to promote peace talks.” “We urge the countries involved to stop feeding the fire as soon as possible, stop blaming China,” the minister said, responding to protests from Washington and Europe that Beijing may be considering sending weapons to China. Moscow.

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Kishida “considers” a visit to kyiv

The Prime Minister of Japan, Fumio Kishida, is He is considering visiting the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, on the occasion of the first anniversary of the war by Russian troops, although he has not yet decided on the date. “Regarding the Prime Minister's visit to Kiev, we are considering it based on We are dealing with various situations, such as local security measures, but nothing has been decided at the moment,” cabinet spokesman Hirokazu Matsuno explained on Tuesday, as reported by the newspaper 'Asahi'.  Likewise, the Japanese spokesman has celebrated the surprise visit of the US president, Joe Biden, to Ukraine, “as a measure to show” US solidarity “with Ukraine a year after the invasion”, which started on February 24, 2022 by order of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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Biden announces new arms deliveries to Ukraine in his surprise visit to kyiv

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, reiterated his the “unwavering” support of him to Ukraine yesterday Monday in a surprise visit to kyiv in which he promised & oacute; He made new arms deliveries to the Ukrainians, just days before the first anniversary of the Russian invasion. The American leader arrived He went to the Ukrainian capital with the greatest secrecy: the White House did not reveal what was happening. why? half shifted He got there, although all Western leaders do it by train through Poland. However, according to Washington, Russia was warned of Biden's visit several hours earlier “in order to avoid conflict,” according to national security adviser Jale Sullivan.

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Biden and Putin will offer opposing views on war in Ukraine

Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin are scheduled to deliver speeches Tuesday with sharply conflicting views on Russia's invasion of Ukraine, a day after the U.S. leader's unexpected surprise visit. to Kiev. Biden met with on Monday with his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodimir Zelensky, to whom he promised & oacute; New weapons and the “unwavering” support of Washington, a few days before the first anniversary of the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine. “One year later, Kiev is standing. And Ukraine is standing. Democracy is standing,” declared Mr. Biden at the official residence of the Ukrainian president. On Tuesday, at the Royal Castle in Warsaw, Biden “will make it clear that the United States remains on Ukraine's side (…) as long as it takes,” he said. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby last week.

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