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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.

“Please help us.” Putin responds to Lukashenka’s request and sends nuclear-capable missiles to Belarus

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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The Russian army announced the destruction of 45,000 tons of Ukrainian weapons sent by NATO

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“In the city of Voznesensk, Mykolaiv region, an arsenal was destroyed, which stored 45,000 tons of ammunition supplied to the Ukrainian army by NATO,” said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov, quoted by EFE.

According to the Russian authorities, the country’s aviation inflicted more than 300 casualties among Ukrainian defenders.

“Consequences of the attack of the Russian Air Force on the temporary deployment of units of the 72nd mechanized brigade in an agricultural company in the city of Artemovsk (Russian name Baimut, in Donetsk) numbering up to 130 military personnel and eight pieces of equipment and armored vehicles. were destroyed,” Konashenkov said.

He added that “after a strike with high-precision missiles” on the 95th Airborne Assault Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the city of Dzerzhinsk (Toretsk, in Russian, in Donetsk), up to 70 servicemen were destroyed, three artillery pieces and three vehicles were destroyed.

The Ministry of Defense also added that in the Yarkovsky district in eastern Ukraine, the Russian Air Force shot down more than 100 personnel of the 3rd brigade of the National Guard of Ukraine on the territory of a thermal power plant.

“Due to heavy losses, the Zelensky regime [presidente ucraniano] is taking steps to strengthen troops in the Donbass,” Konashenkov said.

According to a Russian official, this forced the Ukrainian authorities to send newly mobilized civilians to the front, who made their debut as part of the 72nd mechanized brigade in the city of Bila Tserkva, south of Kyiv.

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Monkeypox: national tourist was the first case identified in the Azores and traveled to Porto before lockdown ends – News

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The Regional Health Authority said in a statement that “the case was discovered in the municipality of Ponta Delgada on the island of San Miguel and the local health delegation immediately took all the procedures indicated in this context.”

The man claimed to have had “contact in Ponta Delgada, with family members and with his partner residing in San Miguel (tested negative in the last few hours)”, with the Ponta Delgada Health Delegation “determining home isolation” in both cases and physical distancing from other people until all injuries are healed.”

“The person who tested positive was notified of the result on Friday evening, but reported that he had already traveled, also on Friday, from Ponta Delgada to Porto, from where he would soon return to Paris, the city where he officially lives and works. “, – reports the regional health authority, adding that the man has been in San Miguel since July 26.

The regional health authority notified the national authorities of the case so that they could follow it up in the north of the country.

The number of confirmed cases of monkeypox virus infection in Portugal has risen to 710, of which 77 were detected in the last week, the Directorate General of Health (DGS) said.

All regions of continental Portugal and the autonomous region of Madeira reported cases of human infection with monkeypox virus, of which 509 (82.5%) were in the Sanitary Region of Lisbon and Vale do Tejo.

Of the many cases reported to the Epidemiological Surveillance System, the majority are in the 30 to 39 age group and are male, according to the DGS, with four female cases now, two more than a week old.

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The presence of the monkeypox virus in Portugal was first detected three months ago on May 3rd, DGS recalls in a weekly report with data collected up to August 3rd.

Portugal continued on August 2, according to WHO, in the group of 10 most affected countries in the world: the United States of America (5,175), Spain (4,298), Germany (2,677), Great Britain (2,546), France (1,955). , Brazil (1369), the Netherlands (879), Canada (803), Portugal (633) and Italy (479).

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Ukraine: UN agency ‘extremely concerned’ about risk of ‘nuclear holocaust’ – Newsroom

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“I am extremely concerned about yesterday’s explosions [sexta-feira] the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, highlighting the very real risk of a nuclear catastrophe that threatens public health and the environment in Ukraine and beyond,” Grossi warned in a statement released in Vienna, believing that “we are playing with fire.”

Moscow and Kyiv today accused each other of compromising the safety of Europe’s largest Zaporskaya nuclear power plant.

Grossi recalled that, according to the Ukrainian authorities, there was no damage to the reactors and no radiation release, but there were damages to other parts of the nuclear power plant.

The head of the UN nuclear energy agency considered endangering a nuclear power plant “completely unacceptable” and argued that military strikes against it were “playing with fire” and could have “potentially catastrophic consequences.”

“I strongly and urge all parties to provide maximum deterrence in the vicinity of this critical six-reactor nuclear facility,” he wrote.

Grossi again offered the IAEA the opportunity to conduct an on-site verification and “prevent the situation from getting further out of control.”

In June, the IAEA director expressed his readiness to visit the Russian-controlled plant, but Ukraine sharply criticized these plans, saying that the trip of the Argentine UN representative could be interpreted as legitimizing the Russian occupation.

The diplomat insisted that the mission was “decisive” to stabilize the situation at the nuclear power plant.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, through a video message, accused Russia of “recreating an extremely dangerous situation for the whole of Europe”: “they bombed the Zaporskaya nuclear power plant twice.”

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Moscow, which has controlled the facility almost since the early days of its military campaign in Ukraine, disputed the claims, calling Kyiv, for its part, a promoter of “nuclear terrorism.”

“Ukraine’s attacks on nuclear facilities can be qualified under international law as acts of nuclear terrorism,” Russian Senator Konstantin Kosachev said on the Telegram social network.

Pro-Russian authorities in the Zaporizhia region, partly occupied by the Russian army, yesterday accused Ukrainian forces of shelling the nuclear power plant and damaging power lines and industrial buildings at the plant.

The attack led to the closure of one of the nuclear units after a power outage.

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