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Live from Ukraine Zelensky’s speech on the exchange of prisoners of war ONLINE Load new news 9:28 Ukrainian soldiers are waiting for the mobilized Russians. The video was shared on Twitter by an adviser to the Ukrainian Minister of the Interior. 9:08 a.m. Russia will likely have problems with logistics and administration associated with gathering 300,000 reservists. This was stated by the British Ministry of Defense on Thursday in a regular assessment of the development of the war in Ukraine. TASR reports on the basis of a report by the British newspaper The Guardian. 8:31 The Russian public on various TG channels is outraged by the exchange of prisoners, after which 215 defenders returned home, including demonized members of the Azov Regiment. Some ask the rhetorical question “why the hell do I need Medvedchuk?” 8:01 Military mobilization orders and threats to use nuclear weapons show that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is failing. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced this on Wednesday. The information was brought by the news agency Reuters. “Canada condemns Putin’s irresponsible escalation of the war; his partial military mobilization, his threats of nuclear weapons, as well as the hasty referendums trying to annex parts of Ukraine (to Russia) are unacceptable,” Trudeau told reporters in New York, where participates in the UN General Assembly. Photo gallery (9) Justin Trudeau
Source: SITA/Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press via AP 8:00 a.m. Foreign ministers of the G7 countries confirmed the continuation of cooperation in support of Ukraine at Wednesday’s meeting in New York. This was announced by Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi. 7:23 Prime Minister Liz Truss promised on Thursday night at the session of the UN General Assembly (UN General Assembly) that Britain will provide military aid to Ukraine until its victory against Russia. TASR informs about it according to the report of the AFP agency. Photo gallery (9) Liz Trussová
Source: SITA/Russian Foreign Ministry Press Service via AP 7:21 The UN and its principles are under threat due to the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, one of the permanent members of the UN Security Council (SC). Czech Foreign Minister Ján Lipavský said this at the session of the UN General Assembly in New York. The head of Czech diplomacy later, with the help of a quote from Václav Havel, appealed to world leaders not to be indifferent. 7:08 The cables that supply electricity to one of the six reactors of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant were damaged by shelling today. The unit had to temporarily run on emergency diesel generators while external power was restored. According to Reuters, the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi said this today. 7:07 a.m. Turkey on Wednesday condemned Russia’s “illegitimate” plans to hold annexation referendums in four Moscow-controlled regions in eastern and southern Ukraine. Such illegitimate referendums “will not be recognized by the international community”, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The referendum on joining Russia, in the period from September 23 to 27, was announced on Tuesday by the representatives of the pro-Russian separatist republics in the east of Ukraine – Donetsk and Luhansk – as well as officials appointed by Moscow in the occupied parts of the Kherson region in the south and the Zaporozhye region in the southeast of Ukraine . The Kremlin supports these efforts of the separatists. 6:17 EU foreign ministers agreed on Thursday night to prepare new anti-Russian sanctions and increase arms supplies to Ukraine. This is a reaction to the announcement of the first Russian mobilization since the Second World War, which was ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. 6:16 US President Joe Biden and British Prime Minister Liz Truss agreed on Wednesday in their first ever joint meeting that the actions of Russian President Vladimir Putin only reinforce the need for allies to continue providing economic and military aid to Ukraine. The British Prime Minister’s office stated this in a statement. 6:01 a.m. Ukraine announced Wednesday that it had carried out its largest-ever prisoner exchange with Russia, involving nearly 300 people, including Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Medvedchuk and commanders of Ukraine’s defense operation in besieged Mariupol. Russia received 55 prisoners as part of the exchange, including Medvedchuk – a former Ukrainian MP and ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin – who was accused of treason in Ukraine. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced this in his regular address on Thursday night. Photo gallery (9) Viktor Medvedčuk
Source: Facebook/Володимир Зеленський Ukraine managed to free 215 people in the exchange, mostly captured after the Russian army captured the city of Mariupol. “This is a clear victory for our country and our entire society. The main thing is that 215 families will see their loved ones at home and in safety,” said Zelensky. 6:00 am EU foreign affairs and security policy chief Josep Borrell said on Wednesday that he is calling an emergency meeting of EU foreign ministers as he begins to propose new sanctions against Russia. Brussels sanctions have turned the war in Ukraine into a global economic war, Orbán claims The war between Ukraine and Russia is no longer local, sanctions have turned it into a global economic war. This was announced on Wednesday by the Prime Minister of Hungary, Viktor Orbán, at the beginning of the two-day exit meeting of the parliamentary factions of the Fidesz-KDNP government bloc. The correspondent of TASR in Budapest informs about this with reference to the online edition of the newspaper Magyar Nemzet. “It is already clear to everyone that we have to count on a long-lasting war, we have to prepare for the fact that this war will continue in our neighborhood this year and next year,” Orbán said at the meeting in the town of Balatonalmádi in the Veszprém County. Photo gallery (9) Prime Minister of Hungary Viktor Orbán
Source: SITA/AP/Laszlo Balogh According to him, the security and protection of economic and national sovereignty have thus become a more important topic for Hungary than ever before, and the government therefore created a defense fund. “We withdrew soldiers from border protection, we created border guard units. We need more soldiers ready to defend the homeland,” he emphasized. The Prime Minister reminded that people are worried about the war, but they are directly affected by inflation. “If Brussels lifted the sanctions (against Russia), prices would drop by half and inflation would ease. Without sanctions, the European economy would gain strength again and avoid the impending recession,” added Orbán, noting that he supports the sanctions enforced by Brussels bureaucrats and the Hungarian left. Regarding the opposition shadow government of the Democratic Coalition led by Klára Dobreva, the wife of ex-prime minister Ferenc Gyurcsány, the prime minister said that it was already clear in the April parliamentary election campaign that Gyurcsány, who destroyed the country, and the representatives of his era wanted to return. Orbán expressed his belief that this shadow government, which was established last weekend, is promoted by Brussels bureaucrats and the non-governmental organizations of the American financier George Soros, who also finance it. The role of Fidesz-KDNP in the future will be to ensure energy supplies, protect families and jobs, Orbán emphasized. More than 1,300 people have already been arrested at protests against the mobilization in Russia At least 1,332 people have already been arrested in Russia on Wednesday during Wednesday’s protests against the partial mobilization announced by the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, in his speech. TASR informs about this based on the report of the independent association OVD-Info, which monitors anti-government protests and the number of detainees in Russia. Photo gallery (9) Protests in Russia against mobilization.
Source: SITA/AP Photo/Dmitry Serebryakov Demonstrations against the announced mobilization are taking place in at least 38 cities of Russia, OVD-Info reports, saying that these are the largest protests since the beginning of the Russian offensive in Ukraine. The most detained persons were registered shortly before 22:00 CET in St. Petersburg (545) and in Moscow (503). AFP journalists located in the center of the Russian capital said that at least 50 people were arrested by the police on the famous Arbat Street. In St. Petersburg, AFP reporters saw police surround a small group of protesters chanting “No to mobilization!” and she detained each of them. “Everyone is scared. I’m for peace and I don’t want to have to shoot. But it’s very dangerous to go out now, otherwise there would be a lot more people,” said one of the protesters, student Vasiliy Fedorov, who wore a symbol of pacifism pinned to his chest . “I came to the protest rally, but it looks like everyone has already been arrested. This regime has condemned itself and is destroying the youth,” said the 60-year-old pensioner. “Why do you serve Putin, a man who has been in power for 20 years!” shouted one of the young demonstrators at the police. “I came to say that I am against war and mobilization,” student Oxana Sidorenkova told AFP. “Why are they deciding my future instead of me? I’m worried about myself and my brother,” she added. Another protester, 20-year-old Alina, said she hoped Russians would soon understand the nature of the Kremlin’s offensive in Ukraine. “As soon as they really understand it, they will take to the streets despite the fear,” she said. The Moscow prosecutor’s office warned on Wednesday that participation in protests and unauthorized “mass events” is a crime punishable by up to 15 years in prison. OVD-info estimates that at least 16,437 people have been detained in Russia since the beginning of the Russian offensive in Ukraine, which has been going on for almost seven months.



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