• Kremlin is furious after UN adopts resolution which demands that Russia pays reparations to Ukraine

    Russia is categorically against the resolution of the UN General Assembly on Moscow's reparations to Ukraine, said the press secretary of the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov.

    "Naturally, the organizers of this process are trying to finish robbing us of our gold and foreign exchange, which were completely illegally frozen. Actually, this is the formalization of robbery using the UN. This decision is not legally binding, so we will treat it as such, " Interfax news agency quoted Peskov as …

  • Kazakhstan blocks supplies of Russian grain to Central Asia and China

    The Russian national railway company Russian Railways has asked Kazakhstan to reduce transit tariffs. Russia exports grain and other goods to the countries of Central Asia and China through Kazakhstan.

    According to the Russian newspaper Vedomosti, in September the Russian Railways sent a letter to Kazakhstan Temir Zholy (Kazakhstani Railways) asking to reduce the tariffs but there have been no changes since then. On November 8, as the publication indicates, tariffs were discussed at a closed …

  • Kyiv: Russia is running out of cruise missiles

    Russia is likely experiencing shortage of cruise missiles, which cannot be quickly replenished. The reduced number of missile strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure shows that Russia does not have enough missiles, said the speaker of the Ukrainian Air Force, Yuriy Ignat, at a briefing.

    According to Ignat, Russian continues to carry air missile strikes on Ukrainian troops daily, but the situation with cruise missiles is completely different.

    "Not so many missiles were used in October. Literally, …

  • Zelensky arrives in Kherson, Kremlin continues to call it Russian territory

    On Monday, November 14, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky arrived in Kherson.

    In the central square of Kherson, Zelensky thanked the Ukrainian military for liberating the city after several months of Russian occupation.

    "We are moving forward. We are ready for peace, peace for our entire country," the Ukrainian leader told soldiers standing in front of the city administration building.

    The President also thanked NATO and other allies for their support in the war against Russia and said …

  • Russian media blames oligarch Abramovich and the likes for 'Russia's national catastrophe'

    The author of the article entitled “Who prevents Surovikin from fighting", published by the pro-Kremlin newspaper Moskovsky Komsomolets, writes about the role of the oligarch Roman Abramovich in Russia’s misfortunes.

    "It is obvious that Vladimir Vladimirovich [Putin] is not omnipotent. If all his decisions over the years were carried out as planned, we would already be living in a completely different Russia. But, sometimes, Putin says one thing, and a different outcome comes out of the …

  • Russia transferring ammunition and S-300 missiles from Belarus to Donbas

    Russia is probably transferring missiles for S-300/400 anti-aircraft missile systems from Belarus to the Donbas, reported the war monitoring group Belarusian Gayun.

    Over the past few days, eight Il-76 landed at Machulishchy airfield in Belarus.

    According to the monitoring group, the Russian planes remained at the airfield from three to five hours.

    According to Belarusian Gayun, the Russian cargo planes could be either delivering new missiles and/or ammunition, picking up missiles and/or …

  • Erdogan intends to call Zelensky and Putin to discuss possibility of negotiations

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will call Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in the coming days to discuss possible talks with Russia, reports the Turkish news agency Anadolu.

    Erdogan told reporters that Turkey is seeking to find ways of dialogue for further peace. He believes that hearing the position of Russian President Vladimir Putin is not enough, so he wants to hear the position of Ukraine on negotiations with Russia with the mediation of Turkey.

    In addition, Erdogan plans to …

  • Russia closes passage to ships through the Kerch Strait into Azov Sea

    Russia has closed the passage of ships loaded outside of Russia through the Kerch Strait into the Sea of Azov, reported TASS, citing the Main Directorate of Maritime Affairs under the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure of Turkey.

    "According to the official notification that we received from the maritime administration of the Russian Federation, the passage of ships loaded outside the territory of the Russian Federation to the north through the Kerch Strait, which provides passage to the …

  • Kyiv: Ukrainian Forces continue their advance in Kherson region

    The Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to advance in the Kherson region, taking weapons and equipment left behind by the Russian troops and taking many of Russian soldiers prisoners, said on the air of the Ukrainian national TV Chief of the Joint Coordination Press Office of the Ukraine Security and Defense Forces South, Natalia Humeniuk.

    "We continue to advance and, among other things, to clean up the territories, to consolidate in the captured positions … We also try to find those who were " …

  • Kyiv: Ukrainian Forces are entering Kherson

    The Ukrainian Armed Forces are entering Kherson. Some units of the Ukrainian Army are already in the city, reports the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry.

    "Kherson is returning to the control of Ukraine. Units of the Ukrainian Armed Forces are entering the city. The ways of retreat of the Russian occupiers are under the fire control of the Ukrainian Army. Any attempts to counteract the Armed Forces of Ukraine will be stopped," the statement reads.

    The intelligence …