March 22, 2023

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Live War in Ukraine: Iran admits supplying drones to Russia


More than 20 “accomplices” of the Ukrainian security services were arrested by Russia

Russian special services, backed by the National Guard, arrested more than 20 associates of Ukrainian security services during a special operation in the Luhansk People’s Republic, the agency said. RIA Novosti.


Seven years in prison for pro-Russian espionage

A resident of Zhytomyr, west of Kiev, was sentenced to 7 years in prison for spying for Russia. It explains that he was hired by Moscow for intelligence work on the Ukrainian military Mediazona.


There is no negotiation on the part of Ukraine

His reaction is without appeal. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky’s adviser, Mykhailo Podoliak, assured on Twitter that talks with Russia are impossible. “The only delegation to the talks should have tanks and anti-missile missiles. Meeting place? “The eastern point of Ukraine’s internationally recognized borders,” he commented.


Georgia’s economy is booming after the massive influx of Russians

More than 100,000 Russians fled across the border into neighboring Georgia after Vladimir Putin ordered partial demobilization in September. And it benefits the local economy, reports say Reuters. Estimates predict economic growth of 10% by 2022, with massive increases in consumption.

12:32 p.m

A new pro-Russian officer in Mariupol

According to Petro Andryushchenko, adviser to the Mariupol mayor, a new pro-Russian official has been appointed in the district, replacing the pro-Russian local elected officials, who have been in charge until now.

This is Dmitry Berdnikov, “a Russian from the country of reindeer herders, replaced as the first deputy head of the government of the Republic of Yakutia (in the Far East). “Before that, he was the mayor of Irkutsk and Yakutsk,” he explained In Telegram Petro Andryushchenko.

12:25 p.m


Will the statue of Empress Catherine II in Odessa be removed soon?

It has been announced that this will be discussed in the municipal council soon on Facebook The mayor of the city, Gennady Trukhanov. “Most Odessans who voted on the municipal online polling platform supported the idea of ​​removing the monument,” he said. Having taken a stand against idol demolition, he is now assuring support depending on the votes of the citizens.


At least 1257 Ukrainian children have been affected by the war

According to a recent report by the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine, 430 children have died and at least 827 have been more or less seriously injured since the beginning of the conflict. It underlines that the Donetsk region has the highest number of children affected, with 420 affected Ukrainian public media Zaspilne.

11:46 a.m

Judge from annexed Donetsk region shot dead and in “critical condition”

“On the evening of November 4, 2022, the Ministry of Internal Affairs (…) received news of an assassination attempt in the city of Vougleguirsk against Alexander Nikulin, judge of the Supreme Court of the DNR,” the ministry, the authority, announced. Founded by Moscow.


A train from North Korea crossed the Russian border

A North Korean train arrived in Russia on October 4, two days after the US said Pyongyang was secretly supplying Moscow with artillery shells for the war in Ukraine, according to US think tank 38 North. Reuters.

Satellite images have shown the movement, the first since the pandemic. For Russia, this route would have made it possible to transport horses.

“The crossover comes as reports of arms sales from North Korea to Russia emerge and trade between the two countries is expected to resume,” the think-tank analysis asserts.



New tanks for Ukraine

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky responded this Saturday after giving his army 90 new tanks. “We are sincerely grateful to the Netherlands, the United States and the Czech Republic for providing important and urgently needed support – 90 T-72 tanks. The Ukrainian Armed Forces are moving forward and need this equipment,” he said.


Iran agrees to supply drones to Russia

Iran’s foreign minister on Saturday admitted for the first time that it had supplied drones to Russia. Hossein Amiraptollahian insisted, however, that this happened before the war in Ukraine. AP Institute And talks about a “limited” number of drones.

10:41 a.m

In Ukraine, fear of losing access to Starlink

Ukraine’s fears that its troops could lose access to Elon Musk’s Starlink service intensified last week after 1,300 military satellites were taken offline, two sources familiar with the matter said. CNN.

This internet connection system is provided free of charge By the millionaire to the Ukrainian armyAllows troops to remain connected despite local network cuts, often destroyed by war.


19 Ukrainian prisoners of war released

Nineteen Ukrainian border guards have returned home after months of captivity in Russia, the State Border Service of Ukraine announced.

“The long months of Russian captivity are over. 19 border guards have returned home. They will be medically examined and rehabilitated. But the main thing is that they are alive and at home,” we read. In a press release on Telegram.


Strikes in the Zaporizhia region

Ukrainian officials say several strikes took place overnight in the city of Vilnius, damaging many buildings and vehicles.

“The enemy continues to carry out insidious night attacks in the free lands of our region,” replied the local governor Oleksandr Staruk. In Telegram.



British intelligence says difficulties for Russia continue

In its daily update, the British Ministry of Defense asserts that Russia is currently struggling to train its mobilized men.

“These issues will be compounded by the annual fall conscription cycle announced from September 30, 2022 and November 1, 2022, which is expected to attract an additional 120,000 to the Russian military,” British intelligence said.


Continued “secret” mobilization?

According to Institute for the Study of War (ISW)A US study found that Russian President Vladimir Putin is creating the conditions for “continuous covert mobilization” of the country’s men, particularly by “trying to encourage voluntary service or establishing conditions”. The condemned should be mobilized ».

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A reward of 3000 euros for those who accumulate

Among several decrees signed by Vladimir Putin this Friday, One of them It provides for an allocation of 195,000 rubles (3,000 euros) for each soldier mobilized since September 21, the date the Russian president ordered partial demobilization.


Night shelling in Dnipropetrovsk region

The governor of the area said that more than 40 shooting incidents were registered against the city of Nikopol tonight. Valentin Reznitchenko. It caused two fires, which have now been extinguished by firefighters, he said. Many buildings and infrastructure were damaged without any injuries.


“We are ready for peace,” promises President Zelensky

In his traditional daily speech, the Ukrainian president returned to the last days of fighting: “The fighting has been concentrated this week in the Donbass, in Pakmut and Soledor. We are holding our positions.” He said, insisting that Ukrainians are “ready for peace.” A fair peace. We have said it many times. »


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