Day 108 of the war. The American President, Joe Biden, He assured this Friday that his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodimir Zelensky, ignored the warnings from the US intelligence services that Russia would invade his country in the period prior to the February 24 attack. Meanwhile, many Russian soldiers have felt cheated and have shown their tiredness and discontent with Putin in recent days.
Biden criticizes Zelenski for ignoring the warnings of the invasion in Ukraine
The American President, Joe Biden, assured this Friday that his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodimir Zelenski, he ignored the warnings of the US intelligence services they told him about Russia invading his country in the run-up to the February 24 attack.
“I know that many people thought that perhaps I was exaggerating, but I knew, and we had data to support it, that (Russian President Vladimir Putin) was going to enter through the border. There was no question. And Zelensky didn’t want to hear it, nor did many people,” Biden said in statements collected by the newspaper ‘Deadline Hollywood’.
Likewise, Biden has accused Putin of “trying to erase the culture, not just the nation” of Ukraine. In addition, the American president has maintained that his Russian counterpart considers the capital of Ukraine, kyiv, as “the seat of mother Russia”.
The latest strategy of Russian soldiers to escape the war in Ukraine
The fighters have shown in recent days their tired of the invasion or their discontent with Putin after “feeling cheated”.
Turkish TB2 drones already have their new, smaller, laser-guided Bozok missile
Turkey begins large-scale production of this lighter and more compact projectile, which the Ukrainian Army has already shown interest in
Putin has had to receive “urgent medical assistance” earlier this week for his illness
Russian President Vladimir Putin received “urgent medical assistance” earlier this week due to his illness. Doctors ordered the Russian president not to make any “prolonged” public appearances after the operation.
Ukraine estimates 10,000 soldiers killed among its troops
The Ukrainian authorities have indicated this Friday, for the first time since the start of the war on February 24, that the ukrainian army it has lost approximately 10,000 military personnel as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The adviser to the Ukrainian Presidency, Alexei Arestovich, has detailed that at the beginning of the conflict there were 100 deaths per day on average and that around 10,000 soldiers have lost their lives since the conflict began, as stated in an interview on the Fegin Live program and later reported by the Ukrainian newspaper ‘TCH’.
Zelenski asks for union among Ukrainians before the reconstruction of the country due to the war
The President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelensky, has stated that the country is preparing for a large-scale state reconstruction, following the invasion by Russian troops from the February 24th.
Although “the battles are still going on”, the ukrainian leader He has assured – in his daily speech addressed to the citizens – that “they are preparing for a restoration” of the State “on a large scale”. Likewise, the president explained that the reconstruction has already begun in the liberated territory.
Likewise, Zelensky has criticized that “Russia wants to destroy all the cities of Donbas.” “Ukrainian troops are doing everything possible to end the occupiers’ offensive,” he added.
The Ukrainian president, who met this Friday with the UK Defense Minister, Ben Wallace, has asked the British for help for the Ukrainian Army with the intention of “ending Russian aggression”.
The Estonian Foreign Ministry summons the Russian ambassador in light of Putin’s words on Narva
The Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned this Friday the Russian ambassador, Vladimir Lipayev, to convey his discomfort at the recent statements by Russian President Vladimir Putin about Narva, Lithuania and Ukraine.
In a meeting with young businessmen, the Russian president on Thursday compared the situation in Ukraine with the actions of Tsar Peter the Great, who occupied territory of Sweden, Finland and a part of Estonia and Latvia.