April 1, 2023

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Live War in Ukraine: “We’re on the brink of World War III,” Donald Trump warns


Men and women ineligible for military service are prohibited from leaving Ukraine

The recently adopted ban on Ukrainian civil servants leaving the country, in addition to business trips, now applies to men and women who are not eligible for military service, announced service border national spokesman Andriy Demchenko.


US military officials have asked the Pentagon to send F-16s to Ukraine

US military officials, according to Politico, have asked the Pentagon to provide F-16 jets to Ukraine so the country can defend itself against Russian missiles and drones. According to the site, no decision has been made and discussions are expected to last several weeks.


An explosion was heard in Gerson


The European Commission accuses the Kremlin of spreading disinformation to manipulate public opinion

According to the European Commission, Moscow is spreading disinformation in an attempt to justify Russian aggression against Ukraine. website https://euvsdisinfo.eu Contrary to the Kremlin’s arguments.


Emergency power outage continues in Odesa region

Work is going on at the damaged thermal power plant. According to the Ukrainian energy provider this partially explains the decline in electricity production.


German Chancellor Schalz wants to keep talking with Putin

Despite the announcement of the delivery of Panther tanks to Ukraine, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz wants to continue talks with Vladimir Putin. “I will also talk to Putin again on the phone because we need to talk to each other,” he said, adding that it was Putin’s responsibility to withdraw troops from Ukraine and end this “terrible and absurd war.”


Ukraine celebrates the Day of Remembrance of Gruty War Veterans

In December 1917, the government of Soviet Russia began an open occupation of the Ukrainian People’s Republic (UPR), which had declared its independence. The Battle of Kruti took place on January 29, 1918, between Nizhin and Pakmach in the Chernihiv region, 130 kilometers northeast of Kyu. Two days ago, Ukrainian university students arrived as reinforcements. Faced with a Russian offensive, the Ukrainians were forced to leave. But later, a group of 27 students returned to Kruti Station to vandalize the tracks. Twenty-seven of these students were captured and shot. The youngest of the missing is 16 years old.

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Ukraine has imposed sanctions on 182 Russian and Belarusian companies

President Zelensky imposed new sanctions on companies and three individuals to block Moscow and Minsk’s contacts with his country. “Their assets in Ukraine are blocked, their assets will be used for our security,” Zelensky said in his final video address. According to the list published by the National Safety and Security Council of Ukraine, the permitted companies are mainly engaged in cargo transportation, vehicle rental and chemical production. The list includes fertilizer producers, Belarusian railways or transport rental companies.


Regular Russian troops replace Wagner’s mercenaries around Bagmut

According to the US War Institute, Russian regular forces are replacing mercenaries around Bagmut. “Group Wagner’s attack on Bagmut culminated in their push on Solitar. Group Wagner’s forces in Bagmut had made no significant gains since the capture of Solatar on January 12. Regular Russian units are now engaged in combat to revive the Russian offensive at Bagmut,” ISW says, adding that Wagner’s during the fighting The troops suffered heavy losses.


Military training program for students in Russia

In its latest daily update, the British Ministry of Defense revisits plans to add military training to the Russian secondary school curriculum. According to intelligence, the plan included the use of assault rifles and AK-series grenades, military drills and salutes, and personal protective equipment.


The new president of the Czech Republic, Peter Pavel, plans to visit Ukraine


North Korea has denied supplying Russia with weapons

North Korea has denied Washington’s claims that the Pyongyang regime supplies Moscow with weapons. On January 20, White House Security Council spokesman John Kirby released U.S. intelligence footage showing Russian train cars from North Korea loaded with military equipment for the Wagner paramilitary group involved in Ukraine. According to the official KCNA news agency, the director general of the North Korean US Affairs Department, Kwon Jong-un, dismissed this “trumpet-blowing rumour” and warned the US that they would expose themselves to a “really unpleasant outcome” if they continued. Spread it.


“We are on the brink of World War III in Ukraine. We need a peace deal now,” says Donald Trump.

“We are on the brink of World War III,” said former US President Donald Trump in a speech in South Carolina as he launched his campaign for the 2024 presidential election. According to him, we must now find a peace agreement. In his speech, he reiterated that the conflict would never have happened with him. But he needs only 24 hours to find this peace deal.


300 missiles and artillery shells in the city of Wolter

The town of Wohleder, located about 40 kilometers southwest of Donetsk, has become a strategic point on the front line that the Russians want to recapture. The city has come under fire from more than 300 missiles and bombs in the past 24 hours, said Serhii Cherevatyi, spokesman for the Eastern Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces.



Moscow accuses Kiev of bombing hospital

On Saturday morning, “Ukrainian armed forces deliberately hit a local hospital building with Himars rocket launchers” in the Novoytar region of Luhansk region, the Russian military said in a press release yesterday. “14 patients and medical staff died and 24 were injured in the strike,” he said.



And this live reception dedicated to the war in Ukraine.