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Live from Ukraine Zelensky’s speech on the exchange of prisoners of war ONLINE Load new news 19:07 Poland will not open its borders to Russians fleeing the partial mobilization announced by Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. This was stated on Friday by the Polish Deputy Minister of the Interior, reports the DPA agency. “We will not give blanket permission for groups of Russians to enter Poland; not even those who claim to be fleeing mobilization,” Deputy Interior Minister Maciej Wasik told Polish public radio. 18:48 The Japanese car manufacturer Toyota announced on Friday that it is closing its plant near St. Petersburg due to problems in the supply chain. This is another example of how Western sanctions against Moscow for the invasion of Ukraine have affected companies operating in Russia. TASR informs about it based on the AFP report. 18:41 Ukraine on Friday criticized Iran for supplying Russia with weapons after a Russian strike by an Iranian drone in the southern Ukrainian city of Odesa killed a civilian. TASR drew on the AFP report. “In this way, Iran acts against the sovereignty and territorial integrity of our state, as well as against the lives and health of Ukrainian citizens,” Serhiy Nykyforov, the press secretary of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, declared on Facebook. He reminded that Iran has repeatedly declared its neutrality in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict and its willingness to mediate its end. 18:26 Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi on Friday appointed a new ambassador to Germany, career diplomat Oleksii Makeev, TASR informs based on a report from the DPA agency. The relevant decree was published on the website of the Ukrainian head of state on Friday. Forty-six-year-old diplomat Makeyev is the successor of the current Ukrainian ambassador to Germany Andrii Melnyk. 17:55 Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov declared on Friday that Moscow is not threatening anyone with the use of nuclear weapons. According to him, an open confrontation between Russia and the United States and the North Atlantic Alliance is not in Russia’s interest, TASR reports, according to a report by the British Sky News television, referring to Russian media. 17:33 Finland will “significantly limit” the entry of Russian citizens to its territory. This step was taken after the number of Russians entering Finland doubled following the announcement of partial mobilization in Russia, AFP reported. 17:25 Kyiv said on Friday that one civilian was killed in a Russian drone attack on the city of Odessa in southern Ukraine. Ukrainian troops subsequently shot down an Iranian-designed drone there, TASR reports based on an AFP report. “Odesa was attacked by kamikaze drones from the sea. Two drones destroyed an administrative building in the port area. Rescue services are extinguishing the fire. One civilian was killed. Air defense units over the sea shot down one Shahid-136 type drone,” the Ukrainian army said in a statement. 16:45 The Ukrainian army announced on Friday that it had recaptured the village of Jackivka and several positions of Russian forces south of the city of Bakhmut in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk region, for which they had been fighting for weeks. It was reported by the AFP agency. 16:20 In Friday’s official announcement, the North Atlantic Alliance strongly condemned the plan to hold fake referendums on joining the Russian Federation in Ukrainian areas partially controlled by the Russian military. The correspondent of TASR from Brussels informs about it. In this context, NATO recalled the resolution of the UN General Assembly of March 2, 2022 entitled “Aggression against Ukraine”, which states that any acquisition of territory resulting from the use of threat or force cannot be recognized as lawful. 15:45 Iranian kamikaze drones are flying around the city of Odessa. One was seen near the opera house, the other hit the harbor. 15:07 Russia wants to annex the occupied Ukrainian territories after the referendums in four areas as quickly as possible. The procedure for incorporating the regions could be quick, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Friday, according to Russian media. TASR informs about it according to the report of the DPA agency. At the same time, Peskov emphasized that attempts by Ukraine to regain control of these areas will be interpreted as an attack on the Russian Federation (RF). Russian President Vladimir Putin has already declared that he will use all means to defend this territory. 14:18 436 bodies were exhumed from the mass burial near the city of Izium in eastern Ukraine. Thirty of them had visible signs of torture. This was announced on Friday by the governor of the Kharkiv region, Oleh Synehubov, and the chief of police, Volodymyr Tymoško. TASR took over the report on behalf of the AP agencies. 14:07 Kazakhstan has seen an increase in arrivals from neighboring Russia after Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization this week, Kazakh authorities said on Friday. TASR informs about it based on a Reuters report. 13:19 Cars with “Z” and “V” stickers are not allowed to pass on the Russian-Georgian border, the media reported, referring to witnesses of how the Russians removed the stickers before crossing the border. It informs Next. 12:44 p.m. The Russian Defense Ministry said on Friday that people working in key positions in Russia’s information technology and telecommunications and financial sectors will be exempt from the partial mobilization ordered by Russian President Vladimir Putin this week. “In order to ensure the operation of certain technological industries, as well as the financial system of the Russian Federation, it was decided not to recruit citizens who work in accredited organizations that belong to the field of information technology,” the Russian Ministry of Defense states, stating that it will primarily be people with higher education or professional training. 12:19 UN investigators said on Friday that war crimes were committed in Ukraine. On their list are Russian shelling of civilian areas, executions, torture and sexual violence. “The commission, based on the evidence it gathered, came to the conclusion that war crimes were committed in Ukraine,” Erik Möse, head of the investigative commission, told the UN Human Rights Council (OHCHR). However, he did not specify whether these were war crimes committed by Ukraine or Russia, AP notes. 11:36 Russian President Vladimir Putin was pressured to launch a military operation in Ukraine and install a new government in Kyiv. On Thursday, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi stated this in an interview with Italian RAI television. “Putin was pressured by the Russian people, by his party, by his ministers to come up with this special operation,” Berlusconi said. According to the former Italian prime minister, Moscow’s original plan was to conquer Kyiv “in a week”, replace the government of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky with “a government of decent people” and then leave. “I didn’t even understand why Russian troops were scattered around Ukraine, while I thought they should just stick around Kiev,” he said. 10:45 United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken: “One man chose this war. One man can end it. Because if Russia stops fighting, the war ends. If Ukraine stops fighting, Ukraine ends.” 09:44 Ukraine has secured bridgeheads on the east bank of the Oskil River, which Russian troops have tried to integrate into a “consolidated defensive line”, the UK Ministry of Defense reported. The Kyiv Independent informs 09:03 Russian attacks killed 2 people in Dnepropetrovsk region and 7 victims in Donetsk region. In the last 24 hours, Russian forces fired 30 projectiles at Nikopol and Marhanets, killing two people and injuring nine, the governor of Dnepropetrovsk reported on September 23 region Valentyn Rezničenko. The Kyiv Independent informs 08:02 In four regions occupied by Russian forces in Ukraine, referendums on their accession to Russia began on Friday at 7:00 a.m. CEST, reports the AFP agency. They will run for five days until Tuesday, September 27. They take place in the self-proclaimed republics in the east of Ukraine – Donetsk and Luhansk, and in the occupied parts of the Kherson region in the south and the Zaporozhye region in the southeast of Ukraine. . According to observers, it is unlikely that a hasty vote in areas of combat operations could be successful and fair. Moreover, due to extensive internal displacement since the start of the war, voter databases are out of date. For example, roughly half of the population left the Kherson region since the beginning of the Russian invasion, Ukrainian authorities claim. 06:48 Air attacks on 25 strategic Russian military locations. The Ukrainian General Staff reported on September 23 that the country’s air force targeted six positions of anti-aircraft missile systems and shot down a Mi-8 helicopter and nine drones. The Kyiv Independent reports. 06:05 Russian attackers attacked the city of Toretsk in the Donetsk region by dropping bombs. One of them hit an apartment building where people were staying. It informs Next. A clarion call “During these six months of war, 55,000 Russian soldiers died… Do you want (them) more? No? So protest. Fight it. Run. Or surrender (to the Ukrainian army),” Zelenskyy said in his regular nightly address. “You are already accomplices of all these crimes, murders and torture of Ukrainians. Because you were silent. Because you are (still) silent,” the Ukrainian president continued. Photo gallery (3) President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky
Source: Facebook/Володимир Зеленський “And now it’s time for you to choose: for men in Russia, it’s a choice between dying or living, becoming a cripple or keeping your health… For women in Russia, it’s a choice whether to lose their husbands, sons, grandsons forever, or whether to still try to protect them from death, war, from one person (Putin),” Zelensky added. During Wednesday’s anti-mobilization protests, more than 1,300 people were detained in at least 38 Russian cities, according to data from the independent association OVD-Info, which monitors anti-government protests in Russia. There have also been reports of a mass exodus of men of military age from Russia following the announcement of partial mobilization. At the same time, all of them to neighboring countries, to which Russians do not need visas, are almost sold out, while their prices have risen sharply, reports AFP. However, the Kremlin denies reports of a mass exodus of men of military age from the country and calls it a lie.

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