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Concerns Increasing As Russia Bans Fuel Exports Ahead Of Winter Months
Russia has instituted an indefinite fuel export ban to all countries except for four members of the Russian-led Eurasian Economic Union, which includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan. The fuel ban comes in the wake of expanding shortages of both gasoline and diesel in recent months, which have caused domestic prices of these fuels in Russia to spike. These shortages have come in part due to difficulties in maintaining oil refineries in the country, as well as the weakness of the Russian currency, the rouble, which has continued to suffer due to the sanctions levied against the regime for launching the war against Ukraine. Worst impacted have been Russians living in the southern part of the country, who rely on these fuels in order to harvest their crops.
Russia Violates UN Security Council Resolutions to Gift Kim Jong Un Military Drones
As North Korean leader Kim Jong Un returns to his country from Russia, where he engaged in diplomatic talks likely surrounding a potential new arms deal with Russia, the dictator brought home a number of gifts from his neighbor to the north. Some of these gifts are simple things, like a cosmonaut's glove and a fur hat. Others are more militaristic in nature, including military drones that outright violate UN Security Council sanctions levied against North Korea for its dogged pursuit of more powerful nuclear weapons. Sanctions that Russia itself had a role in signing. Whether or not this will help lead to a new arms deal between the two countries has yet to be determined.
Bad News For Putin As Chechen Warlord Ramzan Kadyrov Reported In Critical Condition
According to Ukraine's Security Service (SBU), the Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov is apparently in critical condition due to serious illness that he has suffered for some time now. Indeed, according to sources in Chechnya, Kadyrov has apprently fallen into a coma and is probably waiting to be transferred out of Chechnya to another country, most likely the United Arab Emirates, to receive treatment.
Putin Defends Trump Amidst Mounting Legal Troubles
Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin came out to label the efforts to pin Trump down for his alleged crimes as ‘political prosecution’ on Tuesday, 12th August. Trump’s various misdemeanors – from lying about his net worth for personal gain to inciting national insurrection with a single Tweet – have earned him four separate indictments over the year. Despite evidence against him, the ex-president insists that he’s done nothing wrong. And Putin seems to agree.
Russia's Putin praises Elon Musk as an 'outstanding person' and 'talented businessman'
Ruѕѕiаn Prеѕidеnt Vlаdimir Putin prаiѕеd Еlоn Muѕk during thе Еаѕtеrn Еcоnоmic Fоrum in Vlаdivоѕtоk, Ruѕѕiа, cаlling him а "tаlеntеd buѕinеѕѕmаn" аnd аcknоwlеdging hiѕ glоbаl rеcоgnitiоn. Putin аlѕо nоtеd thаt Muѕk cоnductѕ hiѕ buѕinеѕѕ with thе ѕuppоrt оf thе U.Ѕ. ѕtаtе. Hе mеntiоnеd Ruѕѕiа'ѕ willingnеѕѕ tо dеvеlоp ѕuppоrt fоr privаtе buѕinеѕѕеѕ in thе cоuntry, pаrticulаrly in thе cоntеxt оf Ruѕѕiа'ѕ ѕpаcе prоgrаm undеr Rоѕcоѕmоѕ.
Putin is Dead, a Body Double, & Other Rumours
Yesterday, I read that Putin is dead… or maybe just on his deathbed. According to MSN: “Knewz reported, Major-General Kyrylo Budanov, Chief of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine, claimed that he can “prove” Putin is already dead. Budanov said that he is convinced Putin passed away around 14 months ago and a lookalike has been used to cover it up.”
Putin and Kim Jong Un Meet at Russian Space Base Amid Arms Deal Talks
Russian President Vladimir Putin and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet at the Vostochny Cosmodrome. The meeting raises concerns of a possible sanctions-busting arms deal between the two nations.
North Korea's Kim Jong Un Arrives in Russia for a Meeting with Putin
Early Tuesday saw North Korean leader Kim Jong Un making a rare arrival in Russia, catching the global spotlight. As per information shared by South Korea's Defense Ministry, Kim ventured into Russian territory on his private train.
A Genocidal Message from Moscow
The Kremlin sends another grisly message written in blood. If anyone was still wondering why the United States and our European allies are arming and supporting Ukraine, the Kremlin delivered a potent, blistering reminder in the form of a missile attack that turned a crowded market in Kostyantynivka into a scene of fiery devastation and death yesterday. The strike reportedly killed at least 17 civilians, and was impossible to justify in any military, political, or moral sense. It was genocidal terror, and thus typical of the Kremlin’s insane war of aggression in Ukraine, which has been one prolonged episode of genocidal violence.
Kim Jong-un expected to make rare trip to Russia for Putin meeting
In a move that has caught the attention of political analysts and governments worldwide, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-un is reportedly planning a rare overseas trip to Russia. The planned rendezvous with Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to focus on escalating military cooperation between the two nations, particularly the possibility of North Korea supplying Russia with weaponry for its ongoing war in Ukraine. "Arms negotiations between Moscow and Pyongyang are actively advancing," said National Security Council spokesperson Adrienne Watson. She urged North Korea "to cease its arms negotiations with Russia and abide by the public commitments that Pyongyang has made to not provide or sell arms to Russia."
Putin says no to grain exports
VLADIMIR PUTIN , president of Russia. (Shutterstock). Global food supplies were the loser Monday when Russian president Vladimir Putin said that a lapsed deal to allow Ukraine to safely send grain across the Black Sea won’t be revived until his nation’s demands for its exports are met.
Kim Jong Un Set to Meet with Putin for Discussions on Military Cooperation
In a significant development in global geopolitics, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is poised to embark on a historic visit to Russia for high-level talks with President Vladimir Putin. The primary agenda of this meeting? Discussions on military cooperation between the two nations. As the world watches closely, this meeting between two prominent leaders could have far-reaching implications for regional stability and international relations.
Kim Jong-un and Putin Plan to Meet in Russia to Discuss Weapons
Kim Jong-un, the leader of North Korea, is planning a trip to Russia later this month, when he will meet with President Vladimir V. Putin, in an unusual diplomatic maneuver. According to reports, the meeting's goal is to discuss wider military collaboration as well as prospective arms supply for Russia's participation in Ukraine. This measure is being taken as regional tensions rise as a result of Russia's aggressive actions in Ukraine.
Moscow Reeling Under Drone Attacks - Videos!
Jason Jay Smart, a Special Correspondent for Kyiv Post, shared videos of drone attacks on Moscow yesterday, with the message:. "Ukrainian DRONES OVER Russia. The people of Moscow, again, had a sleepless night as they learned to get used to nightly drone attacks. It is all so easy, Russia, Just leave Ukraine & you can go back to sleep."
Russian Mercenary Leader Yevgeny Prigozhin Believed Dead In Plane Crash
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the powerful Russian mercenary group Wagner, has been listed as being dead following the crash of his plane to the north of Moscow on Wednesday. His death comes two months to the day following the abortive mutiny he led against the Russian military leadership, ostensibly for their poor leadership in their ongoing war against Ukraine. Regardless of its stated aim, the mutiny was widely seen around the world as the most serious challenge to the reign of President Vladimir Putin.
Wagner Chief Yvegeny Prigozhin presumed dead? More like a ghost tactic.
Wagner boss Yevgeny Prigozhin was on the passenger list of a jet which crashed killing all 10 passengers on board. A private plane belonging to Wagner chief Yevgeny Prigozhin crashed in Moscow's Tver region, killing all ten people on board, the Russian emergency services said Wednesday. Russia's aviation agency says Prigozhin was on board. Reports of the crash came after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed to end Russia’s occupation of the Crimea peninsula and all other areas that Moscow controls in his country.
Yevgeny Prigozhin Dies Fiery Death
It was curious. Only days after Yevgeny Prigozhin had humiliated Vladimir Putin, capturing the southern military headquarters in the city of Rostov-on-Don and marching an armed column toward Moscow, the mercenary boss was reportedly moving around freely between St. Petersburg and Moscow. He was supposed to be sequestered in Belarus with his Wagner fighters, according to the deal supposedly brokered by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, but he wasn’t.
Low Morale Plagues Russian Troops
The Institute for the Study of War, a non-profit research group based in Washington DC, says that Russian forces in Ukraine are struggling with low morale and lack of equipment.