Moscow 110 days have passed since the war between Russia and Ukraine. Attacks continue in all Ukrainian cities. Meanwhile, Dmitry Medvedev, the so-called right-hand man of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has warned Western nations of catastrophe. “The horses of doom are on their way,” said former Russian President Medvedev. The end of the world is near. Western nations, including the United States, should not supply arms to Ukraine. Medvedev is considered more liberal than Putin, but he is also taking a tougher line on Ukraine.
According to the Daily Mail and the Mirror, Medvedev, Russia’s deputy head of the National Security Council, warned Ukraine and its allies last week. “I am often asked why my telegram posts are so rude,” he said. The answer is that I hate them. They want an end to Russia. As long as I’m alive, I’ll do whatever it takes to make them disappear. Earlier, Medvedev warned that Russia was ready to step up its military operations if it was able to control Western missiles given to Ukraine.
Imran Khan’s visit to Russia on the day of the invasion of Ukraine was a coincidence
Medvedev is trying to please the fanatics.
Meanwhile, former Russian opposition lawmaker Dmitry Gadkov claimed that Medvedev was eyeing power so that he could take over if Putin was forced to step down. “Medvedev is trying to appease the fundamentalists in the hope that if Putin leaves power, he will promote them,” he said. Medvedev wrote a telegram in April justifying the invasion of Ukraine. At the same time, there were calls for Russia to increase its influence throughout Europe and Asia.
Russia could lose more than 40,000 troops, Zelensky said.
Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky said Russia could lose more than 40,000 troops by the end of June. In a video message on Sunday, the president said, “The Russian military is trying to deploy reserve troops in Dawn Bass, but what reserves can they talk about now?”
Zelensky said Russian losses in June could exceed 40,000 troops. They have not lost so many soldiers in any war in decades. Zelensky said the fiercest fighting between the two warring nations is currently taking place in the separatist Luhansk region of Sverdlovsk in Donbass.
Ukraine will fight for an inch of land.
Zelensky said Ukraine’s defense forces were fighting for an inch of Ukrainian territory. He said Russian forces were also advancing on Lysichansk, Bachmut and Sloviansk.
Mass graves found at picnic spots in Ukraine, Zelensky hopes for help from Europe.
Meanwhile, the military administration in the Luhansk region said Russian forces continued firing on Lysichansk and Swarovski Donetsk during Sunday. A six-year-old boy has been killed in a Russian shelling.
Tags: United States, Joe Biden, Russia, Russia-Ukraine War, Vladimir Putin
First publication: June 14, 2022, 10:11 a.m. IST