Boris Johnson was banned from entering Russia
Russia announced on Saturday that it had banned British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and several other senior British officials from entering the country following London’s sanctions against Moscow’s military operation in Ukraine.
“The move is in response to unrestricted media and political propaganda aimed at creating conditions for international isolation of Russia and strangulation of the national economy (…),” the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
He still condemns London’s unprecedented hostility, especially sanctions against senior Russian officials. “The British government is deliberately seeking to escalate the situation around Ukraine, providing dangerous weapons to the kyiv regime and coordinating similar efforts on behalf of NATO,” the ministry added.
Along with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Moscow’s detention list includes Deputy Prime Minister Dominique Robb, Foreign Secretary Liz Tross, Defense Minister Ben Wallace, former Prime Minister Theresa May and First Scottish Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Berlin announced aid for military equipment to Ukraine
A government spokesman said Friday evening that Germany plans to provide more than one billion euros in military aid to Ukraine.
Ukraine uses the money to buy military equipment.
The mayor of Kyiv is urging his members not to return to the Ukrainian capital, which has been again targeted by Russian strikes.
This Saturday morning, Q’s Mayor Vitaly Klitschko announced the Russian strikes on his city at dawn through a telegram. He discovered these scenes in the outer district of Tornitsky. On the other hand, the municipality is still unable to draw a humanitarian balance sheet.
In this situation Vitaly Klitschko was alerted to the attention of his members and prompted to make a new appeal.
Posted on Twitter, Media Account Kiev FreedomHe encouraged ordinary people as well to take part in solving this great task: “One of the things you and other people can do is keep up the pressure … there are going to be some difficult decisions for government”.
Ukraine: A military factory targeted by a bomb in Kiev
An AFP correspondent reported that a military factory was targeted by a tank-making bomb on Saturday morning, especially in the suburbs of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv. Mscou busily confirmed strike. “High-precision, long-range surface-to-surface weapons destroyed the production buildings of an arms factory in Kyiv,” the Russian Defense Ministry said in a telegram.
A large number of soldiers and police were deployed at the spot and blocked the entrance to the premises with smoke billowing. The mayor of kyiv, Vitaly Klitschko, pointed out on Facebook that he had no information about the victims of this condition.
2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian troops die, 20,000 Russian troops: number of wars according to Zhelensky
In an interview with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky gave an initial human count of the number of wars his country was driven by the Russian invaders. On the American channel CNN One of the juices was distributed on Friday. He noted that 2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers died. Another 10,000 were injured.
Finally, the head of state promised that 20,000 Russian soldiers would be killed in the fighting.
Arms factory, Kiev southeast airport: Russia escalates strikes after Moscow sinking
Russia has bombed a Ukrainian missile maker after losing its Black Sea Fleet headquarters in Moscow. AFP reported on Friday that an arms factory in the kyiv region had been hit by a Russian strike.
The Visor factory produces Neptune anti-ship missiles, which Ukrainians say are aimed at Moscow. Also, overnight from Friday to Saturday, the mayor of the city of Alexandria, about 300 km southeast of Q, posted on Facebook that a Russian missile had hit his city’s airport. He said rescue teams were on duty but none of the victims were immediately reported.
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