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The Pentagon warns that it will be difficult to withdraw Russia from the Donbass

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Russian forces continue to experience cohesion, morale and logistics problems, a senior US Department of Defense official told reporters, without confirming the sweeps in Russian military command that London mentioned.

“We will continue to be very cautious about our forecasts,” he added.

A senior official, who asked not to be named, said the United States is “absolutely determined to do everything to help Ukrainians defend themselves, including their education.”

“[Os ucranianos] they are very well behaved on the battlefield, they have no problems with cohesion, they have no problems with command, their logistics and supplies are really historical,” he said.

“But the Russians still have at their disposal a significant part of the opportunities that they have accumulated since autumn” on the borders of Ukraine, he stressed.

The entity also stated that “the ability to fight is not enough to win the war”, stating that “you must have the will to fight and a good path.”

But despite all this, “we continue to believe that this conflict will continue,” he said.

The Russian army, which is now concentrating its efforts in southern Ukraine to build a land bridge that will link Russian territory with the 2014-annexed Crimean peninsula, has taken control of the port of Mariupol after the capitulation of Ukrainian soldiers defending a steel plant from Azovstal.

The Kremlin is “absolutely convinced” of the “liberation” of Donbass and the demilitarization of neighboring territories in eastern Ukraine after the surrender of almost all supporters of Azovstal.

“Firstly, Donbass is waiting for the complete liberation of historical territories. I am absolutely convinced that the Russian army and the people’s militias of Donetsk and Luhansk will restore the historical borders,” said Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Sergei Kiriyenko.

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Sergei Kiriyenko stressed that Moscow is seeking to “demilitarize the neighboring territories so that they stop launching rockets and mortars on the territory of Donbass.”

“The future of Donbass will be decided by its inhabitants. I’m sure they’ll have that chance,” he said.

The war in Ukraine, now in its 85th day, has already forced more than 14 million people to flee their homes – about eight million internally displaced and more than 6.3 million – to neighboring countries, according to the latest UN figures. considers this refugee crisis to be the worst in Europe since World War II (1939-1945).

Also, according to the UN, about 15 million people in Ukraine are in need of humanitarian assistance.

The Russian invasion, justified by Russian President Vladimir Putin as the need to “denazify” and demilitarize Ukraine for Russia’s security, was condemned by the international community as a whole, which responded by sending weapons to Ukraine and imposing sanctions on Russia that affect virtually every industry, from banking to sports.

The UN confirmed today that 3,811 civilians have died and 4,278 have been injured, stressing that the real numbers could be much higher and will only be known when besieged cities or areas where heavy fighting has been hitherto have been accessed.

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Zelensky says Kremlin has “already decided” that Belarus will enter the war and is calling on the population to revolt – Obozrevatel

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky this Sunday denounced that Belarus is being “dragged into a war” in Ukraine. In an address to the Belarusian population, the head of state said that “the Kremlin has already made a decision” on Minsk’s participation in the offensive.

In his address to the country, Vladimir Zelensky called for an uprising of the Belarusian population, which “is neither a slave nor cannon fodder.” “You don’t have to die. And you can prevent them from deciding for you what awaits you next,” he said, adding that “everything depends on the citizens of Belarus.”. “I know that they may refuse to participate in this war. Your life belongs to you, not to the Kremlin.” pointed out what is the insult to the Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.

“I know that the people of Belarus support Ukraine, they support us, not the war,” the Ukrainian president said. “Therefore, the Russian leadership wants to take all Belarusians to the war, wants to sow hatred among us,” he warned.

Volodymyr Zelensky assured that Ukraine “will defend itself against attacks from any direction and from any weapon.” “I am sure that we will stand and restore everything,” the President of Ukraine stressed, noting that “any person, any normal person in any country, in particular in Belarus, can contribute to the defense of life.”

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On Saturday, the President of Belarus met with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin. The leaders of the two countries discussed security issues in Europe, and the head of the Russian state promised to send combat-ready missile systems to the territory of Belarus.

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Regarding the attack on Kyiv, Vladimir Zelensky ridiculed what happened: “The second largest army in the world triumphantly” defeated “a kindergarten and a residential center.” The President of Ukraine said that as a result of the attacks, a 37-year-old man was killed, and a seven-year-old girl, whose mother is a “Russian citizen”, was also injured. “In our country, she was not threatened by anything, she was completely safe until Russia decided that everything was hostile – women, children, kindergartens, hospitals, railways.”

“Missiles also hit the Mykolaiv region, Chernihiv region, Odessa, Cherkasy,” said Volodymyr Zelensky, who called on the international community to send “modern and effective” air defense systems capable of protecting Ukraine from air attacks.

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Five killed and 500 injured when bench collapses during bullfight

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At least five people were killed and 500 injured when a bench collapsed in a bullring in Tolima, Colombia. The incident happened during a traditional race held during San Juan celebrations called “corraleja” where civilians fight bulls.

Tolima Governor Ricardo Orozco assured broadcaster Blu Radio that five people, including a minor, were killed in today’s tragedy.

“We deeply regret what happened in our bullring, Gilberto Charri, I want to ask the citizens who are in the arena to leave the territory, the control authorities are responding to the emergency, and the victims have already been taken to hospitals,” he wrote . for his part, the mayor of El Espinal, Juan Carlos Tamayo.


Colombian President-elect Gustavo Petro said on the social network Twitter: “I hope that all the people affected by the collapse of El Espinal Square will be able to recover from their wounds.”


Among the victims there are children, men, women and elderly people who watched what was happening.

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