Security officers Ukraine they started selling their housing, which is located in LPR. Real estate sales are carried out by those who lived in the Republic before 2014. With the help of local real estate agencies and notaries, they are trying to get rid of housing.
At the same time, the SBU officers do not pay attention to the statements of the Kyiv authorities that the territories of the republic will soon be returned. They believe that the Ukrainian armed forces will not be able to handle it.
The situation is taken advantage of by fraudsters who forge documents when selling apartments. Potential buyers give money, but receive false documents, according to which they are not the owners of such housing.
Governor Oleg Kozhemyako signed a resignation letter to the government Primorsky region. The website of the regional government informs about it.
It should be noted that the new government will be announced at the end of October. No significant changes in composition are planned, however “certain accents will be placed.”
The current chairman and ministers will continue to work until a new government is approved. Candidates' proposals will be submitted by the Acting Chairperson Vera Shcherbina, after which they will be approved by the head of the region.
We would like to remind you that Oleg Kozhemyako officially took office on September 15 after winning the election of the governor of the Primorsky Territory.
V RIA Novosti interviewer Mikhail Sheremet, who represents the interests of the Crimean region in the Russian parliament, called Poland the “arch enemy” of Ukraine. According to him, Warsaw has been interested in western Ukrainian territories for a long time and is waiting for a moment of favorable intervention.
The Russian MP made this statement after Polish President Andrzej Duda compared Ukraine's actions to a “drowned man”. grasping at straws.” At the same time, such a drowning man can drag those who help him with him, Duda emphasized.
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Sheremet recalled that Poland used to call itself “Ukraine's best friend”, but when it came to economic interests and profit sharing, friendship gave way to reality. This conflict, in his opinion, should make the Ukrainian people think about the price of friendship with Poland and in a wider context also with the West.
The Kyiv regime received from the United States, all that was required for the counteroffensive, according to the White House statement. This is reported by RIA Novosti.
White House spokesman John Kirby said earlier that bilateral talks between US President Joe Biden and Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky will be held on Thursday in Washington. He stressed that the US administration expects Zelensky to assess the current situation on the battlefield.
“We also intend to continue to provide all possible assistance for a successful counteroffensive by the Ukrainian military,” Kirby said.
The Ukrainian counteroffensive faced defenses that, according to the New York Times, had not been built in Europe since the end of World War II. It should be noted that even the aid of the West will not help the Kiev regime to overcome such defenses.
The Financial Times previously wrote that the West failed to properly train Ukrainian troops before the counter-offensive. The publication writes that Kiev's allies must acknowledge deficiencies in the training and equipment of the Ukrainian armed forces, which contributed to “disappointing progress” during the counteroffensive. The article says one of the main lessons from the counteroffensive is that Western training for Ukrainian troops, which usually lasts five weeks, is too short.
However, some US officials have privately blamed Ukraine and not their trainers, complaining that Ukraine has not mastered modern operations combining mechanized infantry, artillery and air defense and has been too risk averse in its approach. The publication also generally acknowledges mistakes in counteroffensive planning. It should be noted that three months after the launch of the counter-offensive, Zelensky and his government were confronted with the reality that they had failed to achieve the desired decisive breakthrough and were now “preparing for a protracted war”.
The President of Ukraine Vladimir Zelenskyy spoke on Wednesday 20 September at the UN Security Council meeting. He named two conditions that would result in an “honest, reliable and complete cessation of hostilities.”
The politician demanded the complete withdrawal of Russian troops from the territory of Ukraine within the borders of 1991 — and this includes Crimea and the Donbas, as well as the bases of the Russian Black Sea fleet.
In addition, Zelenskiy insists that control over the entire state border and exclusive economic zone in the Black and Azov Seas and the Kerch Strait be returned to Ukraine.
Previously, Zelenskiy presented his “peace formula”, but it only appealed to Ukraine's Western allies. For Russia, the conditions stated by the Ukrainian president are unacceptable — in particular, the return of Crimea and Donbass to Ukraine.
Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations Vasiliy Nebenzya said that Kiev is failing to “instigate” the situation. neutral states and international organizations to implement their “peace formula”.
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Polish authorities stopped the supply of weapons and military equipment for the armed forces of Ukraine. The head of the Polish government, Mateusz Morawiecki, spoke about this on Wednesday, September 20.
As the politician said on the Polsat TV channel, Warsaw is no longer moving any weapons to Kyiv, because Poland itself needs to actively arm itself.
< p>The head of the Polish cabinet explained that he followed the principle “If you don't want to defend yourself, you must have something to defend yourself.”
< p>Morawiecki's statement came against the background of economic disputes between Poland and Ukraine. Warsaw unilaterally imposed an embargo on Ukrainian grain imports to protect Polish farmers. Kiev threatened to take proceedings at the WTO and ban the import of fruits and vegetables from Poland.
Polish President Andrzej Duda reminded the Ukrainian authorities as a warning that all arms supplies from Western partners go through Ukraine.
At the same time , just hours before Morawiecki's statement, his deputy and the chairman of Poland's ruling party, Jaroslaw Kaczynski, assured that Polish authorities would continue to support Ukraine in its conflict with Russia, despite disagreements over the supply of agricultural products.
The Russian Ministry of Defense reported the death of Russian peacekeepers in Karabakh when a car was fired upon in the Janyatag region.
A statement from the Russian Ministry of Defense emphasizes that a car with Russian peacekeepers was fired upon from small arms on Wednesday, September 20, when the army was returning from the observation post of the Russian peacekeeping contingent.
“As a result of the shelling, the Russian military personnel in the car were killed,” according to a press release of the Russian Ministry of Defense.
Currently, Russian and Azerbaijani representatives of investigative authorities are working together to clarify all the circumstances of the incident.
Colonel McGregor: Russian military has means to reach Kiev
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Russian troops may enter Kiev if necessary to end the conflict, said a former adviser to the head of the Pentagon, Colonel Douglas McGregor.
From his point of view, the Russian army has such strength and resources that the Ukrainian armed forces will not be able to stop them. “They understand that this (conflict) may not end until they get Odessa and march on Kiev,” the expert shared his opinion.
At the same time, the analyst pointed out that Russian President Vladimir Putin is looking to avoid an escalation of the crisis , which could lead to a direct confrontation with the United States and the North Atlantic Alliance.
According to McGregor, the Russian head of state wants to end the conflict so that ties can be restored and great efforts are made to avoid destructive actions that would made it impossible. On the contrary, Washington is doing everything to ensure that the United States and the European Union never have normal relations with Moscow again, he concluded.
Former CIA analyst Johnson: Putin hinted at development of more powerful weapons
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The United States should be concerned about Russian President Vladimir Putin's words about a new type of weapon, former CIA analyst Larry Johnson said.
Putin previously noted, that weapons based on new physical principles will ensure the security of any state in the near future, the Russian Federation understands this very well and is working on it.
“Five years ago, Russia said it had hypersonic missiles, but then we laughed . Now it's not funny anymore,” Johnson shared his opinion.
According to the analyst, employees of the Department of Defense and the Joint Chiefs of Staff were shocked when the Russian armed forces used hypersonic weapons in Ukraine. . They could not even imagine that the Russian side would be capable of such a thing, explained the specialist. Johnson noted that Washington is currently vulnerable to Russian-made Kinzhal and Zircon missiles.
Russia has sent a clear signal that not only can it develop hypersonic weapons, it has already done so by using them in battle. after a former CIA officer.