Volodymyr Zelenskyy: – Moscow doesn’t care about fate


By cutting gas supplies, Russia is deliberately making it difficult for Europe to prepare for winter. Moscow is showing once again that it is not interested in the fate of the people, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in his daily video message on Monday evening.

“This is an open gas war that Russia is waging against a united Europe. These are just different forms of terror,” Zelenskyy said. He referred to Gazprom’s announcement that it would reduce supplies through the Baltic Sea pipeline Nord Stream 1 from Wednesday. Performance should be scaled down from 40 to 20 percent. According to Zelensky, this is another threat to Europe. Rather than thinking about returning the gas turbine that has already been repaired, sanctions against Russia should be further tightened. “Do everything you can to reduce Russia’s revenues, not only from gas and oil, but also from other exports that remain.” Any further trade relationship is a “potential leverage for Russia.”

“Russia is starving and freezing people”
Russia shows once again that it is not interested in the fate of the people. The country is starving people due to the blockade of Ukrainian grain exports and suffering from the cold, poverty and occupation. A day later, after Ukraine and Russia agreed on grain deliveries, Russian forces launched missile strikes at the port of Odessa. According to Moscow, the aim was to destroy American weapons. The grain stores were not hit.

New Commanders in the East
After major territorial losses (including Luhansk, half of Donetsk), Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is now installing new commanders of the armed forces in the east. Viktor Horenko will command the troops, Major General Hryhorij Halahan has been handed over to the Secret Service. According to Kiev, a fifth of the country’s territory is now controlled by the Russian army. To stop the advance and bring back the occupied territories, Selenskyj repeatedly demands heavy weapons from the West.

Source: Krone


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