Monthly Archives: March 2021

Medvedchuk-Surkov comms: New leak

The latest bit concerns negotiations between Russian proxies and the SBU security agency, as well as cash deliveries to the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve in the warzone.Collage by 24 TV A new audio recording of a purported conversation between Vladimir Putin’s ally in Ukraine Viktor Medvedchuk and Vladislav Surkov, former aide to the Russian president, has been leaked. The

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“He is checked and recorded on camera every two hours during the day, every hour at night” Navalny was found. He was taken to the “red” colony, where the administration fully controls the life of the prisoners.

Alexey Navalny said that he was in IK-2 in the city of Pokrov, Vladimir region . On social networks in the afternoon of March 15, posts appeared on his behalf, in which the politician spoke about the conditions of detention. “I have not yet seen any violence or even a hint of it, although in the tense postures of the convicts, standing at

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They are waiting on Netflix and are afraid at Bankova. Bellingcat Prepares to Release First Part of Wagnergate Investigation – What Film Is It?

An international group of Bellingcat investigative journalists is preparing to release an investigation into one of the most obscure but important events for Ukraine – the possible disruption of a special operation to detain Wagner PMC militants flying from Russia via Minsk. NV reminds that it is known about this investigation, which should include a large documentary film, and the reactions to its preparation

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Chinese Foreign Ministry urges Ukraine not to politicize cooperation of Chinese companies with Crimea

Some Chinese companies cooperate with Crimea on market principles, based on historical ties and practical needs, and such commercial activities should not be politicized, Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Zhao Lijian has said. “China’s position on the Crimea issue is consistent. We hope relevant sides can properly address the issue through dialogue and consultation. Some Chinese companies, based on historically-established ties

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Leader of “DNR” boasts that militants of “people’s militia” received Russian off-road vehicles

Leader of the “DNR” Denis Pushilin has boasted that the illegal armed formations had received another batch of Russian military equipment, Russian off-road vehicles UAZ this time. This is said on his “official website”. “The first batch of UAZ Patriot Pickup vehicles, which will improve the mobility and combat capabilities of units, have been handed over to the People’s Militia

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Novaya Gazeta complained about a persistent chemical smell in the editorial office

Novaya Gazeta reported that the entrance to the newspaper’s editorial office in Potapovsky Lane in Moscow was struck by an unknown chemical. In a statement, the newspaper called the incident a “chemical attack.” The premises retain a persistent, pungent chemical odor, which is felt by all visitors and staff of the editorial office, as well as other organizations located in the

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Ukraine’s Navy receives prototypes of Neptune missile system

PHOTOS15.03.2021 17:16 Today, the prototypes of the Ukrainian RK-360MTs Neptune mobile anti-ship cruise missile system have been handed over to the Naval Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Minister of Defense of Ukraine Andriy Taran welcomed the previously announced transfer of the Neptune prototypes, the press service of the Ministry of Defense reports. According to the minister, the systems

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LESSONS IN WINTER WARFARE FROM THE UKRAINIAN WAR ZONE — A CASE STUDY FOR AMERICA’S ARCTIC PIVOT

By Nolan Peterson | March 13, 2021 KYIV, Ukraine — To reach the Ukrainian fighting positions outside the village of Novomykhailivka, you must travel along a snow-covered road that precariously weaves through a minefield. Along the road, shrapnel has carved concrete power line poles like the wind-eroded sandstone buttes in Monument Valley on the Arizona-Utah border. You see children standing beside

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Ukraine hopes head of PACE will raise such issues in Moscow as Crimea return, withdrawal of Russian troops from Donbas

Oleksandr Merezhko, Vice-President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe, member of the Servant of the People faction, hopes that PACE Chairman Hendrik Dams, during his visit to Moscow on March 14-16, will be able to raise the issues of the occupied Crimea, the Russian military presence in Donbas and the case of aircraft of Malaysian Airlines flight

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