The network of Telegram channels posing as Ukrainian but supervised by Russian special services, including Legitimny, Rezident, Zhenshchina s kosoy, Olga Shariy, Anatoliy Shariy, once again exposed their Kremlin roots while covering the strikes Putin’s terrorists launched on the Ukrainian infrastructure on October 10.
21 October 2022
U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin spoke over the phone with Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoygu in a second call since the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
20 October 2022
The UK government has announced the introduction of sanctions against Iran for supplying Russia with Iranian-produced drones that are used in Russia's war against Ukraine.
President Zelensky: Occupiers will try to recruit men into their army, avoid this as much as you can
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called on the men remaining in the temporarily occupied areas of southern and eastern Ukraine to avoid being recruited to the occupiers’ army as much as they can.
19 October 2022
Head of the President's Office Andriy Yermak has called on France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain, which are among the leaders in providing Ukraine with weapons and military equipment, to step up actions to strengthen Ukraine’s air defense.
18 October 2022
NATO will provide Ukraine with counter-drone systems - Stoltenberg
NATO will in the near future provide Ukraine with systems to combat new threats, in particular, drone attacks on cities and civilian infrastructure in Ukraine.
Risk of Russian nuclear attack against Ukraine low, but NATO preparing for any scenario - Stoltenberg
In the current situation, NATO considers the likelihood of Russia's use of nuclear weapons against Ukraine to be low, but the military alliance remains vigilant and is closely monitoring the state and readiness of Russian nuclear forces, especially during Russian nuclear exercises.
The United States does not see any "alarming" indications related to the deployment of troops in Belarus, which could potentially affect the development of the situation on the battlefield in Ukraine.
16 October 2022
Israeli Minister of Diaspora Affairs Nachman Shai has said that military aid should be provided to Ukraine in view of recent reports about Iran's possible supply of ballistic missiles to Russia.
It is the responsibility of the democratic world to immediately provide Ukraine with air defense systems or interceptor aircraft and early warning radars.
For Russia, the war has reached a stage of a strategic zugzwang, where each move worsens the situation, bringing it closer to the end.
The vast majority of the population in Finland backs Ukraine in its fight against the Russian Federation.
15 October 2022
Ukraine should receive Western warplanes and other necessary means to counter Russian cruise missiles and forestall further Russian attacks.
The Romanian government will transfer $1.4 million to the NATO Trust Funds to strengthen the defense of Ukraine, Moldova, Georgia and Jordan.
14 October 2022
In a phone call, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valerii Zaluzhnyi and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe and Commander of the United States European Command, General Christopher Cavoli discussed the new threats coming from Russia and Belarus.
13 October 2022
NATO’s nuclear deterrence policy is effective, Its task is to deter the use of nuclear weapons and prevent war, of which Moscow was informed.
British Defense Minister Ben Wallace says there is no risk that Western allies will run out of weapons to support Ukraine.
The Russian war in Ukraine is now at the stage of the most serious escalation since February 2022.
The Russian president is probably not bluffing when he talks about his nuclear threats against Ukraine, but the West is not bluffing either when it says that the Russian military will be annihilated should Russia use nuclear weapons in Ukraine.
Britain said it would donate air defense missiles capable of downing cruise missiles to Ukraine in the wake of the latest massive Russian strikes on Kyiv and other cities.
12 October 2022
Strengthening Ukraine’s air defense will be the number-one item on today’s agenda at a meeting of the North Atlantic Council (NAC) at the level of Defense Ministers and the sixth meeting of the Ukraine Defense Contact Group under the aegis of the United States.
The main priority in the supply of weapons to Ukraine from NATO allies should be the supply of air defense equipment and systems of various types and purposes to protect the cities and territories of Ukraine, its critical infrastructure from terrible and barbaric attacks by Russia.
11 October 2022
The Western response to Russian missile terrorism should manifest itself in the transfer of F-16 fighters and early warning aircraft to Ukraine.
UK Prime Minister Liz Truss will request an urgent meeting of NATO leaders over Russia’s missile attacks on Ukraine.
10 October 2022
NATO will continue supporting the brave Ukrainian people to fight back against the Kremlin's aggression for as long as it takes.
09 October 2022
Russia, as a terrorist state, does not want peace, while negotiations on speeding up the supply of weapons to Ukraine are the only format for bringing peace closer.
08 October 2022
Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis has said that the Ukrainian army has proven its ability to effectively use NATO-grade weapons to retake the temporarily occupied territories, so all the weapon stocks of allied countries need to be opened for Ukrainian forces.
For NATO, the question of Ukraine's membership is a big elephant that’s impossible not to notice
07 October 2022
Nuclear weapons, Sarmat missiles, and escalation of war: How Kremlin propaganda blackmails European countries
In the research of Kremlin narratives concerning blackmail and threats against Europe between June and September, it is evident that Russia has been intimidating European countries with “the use of nuclear weapons,” Sarmat missiles, and “inevitability of WW3.”