Monthly Archives: May 2021

Seven years ago, on May 9, bandits staged a massacre in Mariupol

Seven years ago, a group of armed militants tried to seize the building of the city police department in Mariupol. During the attack of armed bandits, six heroes who defended Ukraine, the city and its civilians were killed. The building of the city administration of militia, disfigured by shelling, burned down, but Mariupol survived and is rapidly developing, becoming a showcase of

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Ukraine plans to build a bridge across the Dniester to Moldova by 2023

The expected cost is 3.4 billion hryvnias. Visualization of the project of the bridge across the Dniester in Yampol Ukraine plans to build a bridge across the Dniester to Moldova by 2023, its expected cost is 3.4 billion hryvnias. This was reported by Ukravtodor . The tender for the design and construction of the bridge, which is to become the basis of a new highway

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Annalena Baerbock’s message to America: She’s in sync with Biden

New Atlanticist by Daniel Malloy How dramatic a shift would a Greens-led German government be for the US-Germany alliance? As Annalena Baerbock tells it, her Alliance 90/The Greens party would be aligned with the Biden administration on a slew of issues—despite its anti-establishment past. And that includes a tough line on Russia and China.  Baerbock, age forty, is the Greens’

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Russian warships interfere with U.S.-Ukraine joint naval drills in Black Sea

On May 8, Russian warships interfered with joint naval exercises of the United States and Ukraine which were held about 100 nautical miles from Odesa, reported Ukrainian State Border Guard Service on its website. On Saturday morning, the flagship of the Ukrainian Maritime Guard Grigory Kuropatnikov was joined in the Ukrainian waters by the U.S. Coast Guard ship Hamilton. It is noted

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Zelensky: Victory over Nazism in WWII would be impossible without Ukrainians’ contribution

Ukraine celebrates the Day of Victory over Nazism on May 9.Zelensky delivers a speech on WWII Victory Day / Screenshot Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky says victory over Nazism in the Second World War (WWII) would be impossible without the Ukrainian nation’s contribution. He said this in a video address on the occasion of the Day of Victory over Nazism in WWII on

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U.S. 5th Fleet detains vessel with cache of Russian-made arms in Arabian Sea (Photo, video)

The seized cache of weapons included dozens of advanced Russian-made anti-tank guided missiles. The U.S. Navy’s Fifth Fleet has detained a stateless vessel with a cache of Russian- and Chinese-made weapons in the North Arabian Sea. The U.S. Navy’s 5th  Fleet said on Twitter on May 9, 2021. “Thousands of illicit weapons interdicted by guided-missile cruiser @USSMonterey (CG 61) from

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Lukashenko signed a decree on the transfer of power in case of his death

Alexander Lukashenko signed a decree “On the protection of sovereignty and constitutional order.” This document, BelTA informs, provides that in the event of the death of the head of state as a result of an assassination attempt, an act of terrorism, external aggression, or other violent actions, all state bodies and their officials act in accordance with the decisions of the

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Putin sends Victory Day greetings to CIS leaders, people of Ukraine and Georgia

The Russian president was confident that “the traditions of brotherly friendship and mutual assistance, which stood the test of war, will remain the secure foundation for constructive and good-neighborly relations between our countries and people”© Mikhail Klimentyev/Russian Presidential Press and Information Office/TASS MOSCOW, May 8. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin has sent Victory Day greetings to the leaders of Commonwealth

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“Victory Day” was really “Occupation Day” for western Ukraine and half of Europe

Article by: Bohdan BenEdited by: Alexandra Dwulit Editor’s Note If for Western Europe the end of the war meant the victory of democracy, for Ukraine it meant the enforcement of Stalinism. Traces of Soviet occupation still affect Ukraine, a country which during World War II was, in the words of Yaroslav Hrytsak, “in the heart of darkness.” with Ukrainians fighting against

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Putin on WWII Victory Day Says Russia Will ‘Firmly’ Defend Its Interests

President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said that Russia will “firmly” defend national interests as it marked the 76th anniversary of victory in World War II.  “Russia consistently defends international law. At the same time, we will firmly defend our national interests to ensure the safety of our people,” Putin said in a speech on Red Square commemorating the end of

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