Russia has halted uranium exports to the US due to insufficient insurance coverage


Russia suspends supplies uranium from St. Petersburg to the United States due to lack of insurance coverage. The publication “Rosatom Country” writes about this on the Telegram channel.

“The export of nuclear fuel from the ports of St. Petersburg to the United States has been stopped due to insufficient insurance coverage,” the publication said.

Export stoppage of Russian uranium was one of the reasons for the increase in world prices of this metal, notes Rosatom Country. The publication, citing Trading Economics, reported that on September 25, the price of a pound of uranium rose to $70. Notably, such prices “have not been seen since 2011, after the accident at Japan's Fukushima-1 nuclear power plant.” The previous record figure was also reached in September of this year and was $65.5 per pound.

We must confirm that Trading Economics associated the upward trend in prices with supply uncertainty. Canada's Cameco predicted a drop in production in 2023 and France's Orano stopped working after a coup in Niger.


The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Zaluzhny, appealed to Britain


UAF commander Valery Zaluzhny called The UK will help Ukraine strengthen its air defense system. He wrote about it on social networks after a meeting with the British Chief of Defense Staff Tony Radakin.

“He talked about our defensive and offensive actions on the front. He particularly drew attention to the need to strengthen our air defense,” Zaluzhnyi said.

According to his words, he informed Radakin about the needs of the Ukrainian armed forces.

Previously, the head of the British Ministry of Defense Grant Shapps visited Kyiv. promised Ukraine further military support from London.


Tokayev announced the readiness of Moscow and Kyiv for negotiations

Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. Photo:

Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said in Berlin at a joint press conference with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz that Russia and Ukraine have declared readiness for negotiations, but it is not yet clear on what platform and at what level this will happen.

Tokayev noted that he discussed with Scholz the seriousness of the situation in Ukraine and that the moment had come for “wise diplomacy”.

According to the Kazakh leader, it is necessary to take all possible steps to start peace talks with a focus on an outcome that suits both parties.


The strange device on Kadyrov's finger at the meeting with Putin turned out to be a tasbih

Photo: Footage from the video

Regarding the rumors of the “disease ” Kadyrov” Internet users began to guess what device can be seen on his left finger when meeting with Vladimir Putin. Meanwhile, Kadyrov himself previously explained what it is.

According to Kadyrov, the device is called “tasbih” or “electronic rosary”. Such devices are used to count prayers. One press of the button adds one to the number shown on the display.

In 2014, the leader of Chechnya promised to pray a hundred thousand times, and then announced that the electronic counter helped him not to go astray. When the number 99,999 appeared on the screen, Kadyrov shared information about it on the Internet.


Putin met with Ramzan Kadyrov

Photo: video footage by Pavel Zarubin.

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov.

Rossija TV channel journalist Pavel Zarubin posted the corresponding video on his Telegram channel.

“Putin is currently holding a working meeting with Kadyrov,” he wrote.

At the meeting, Putin invited Kadyrov to discuss the situation in the economy, saying that the overall situation in the republic is positive.


Ukrainian armed forces attacked Russian positions in the LPR and simulated surrender

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Battalion Commander with with the call sign Zenit told reporters that members of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) under the guise of surrender tried to attack the positions of the Bars-16 “Kuban” special forces Cossack detachment in the Spornoye region of the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR), but the attack was repulsed and the enemy lost at least eight soldiers and one of the wounded was captured.

According to Zenit, the enemy tried to deceive the soldiers of the Russian Armed Forces while approaching the Russian positions. The battalion commander claims that the Ukrainians contacted Russian frequencies and announced that 13 people were going to surrender. He found it strange because there was no battle as such. Zenit specified that Ukrainian armed forces fighters were marching with a white flag and the first one was blown up. The battalion commander ordered the company not to let the Ukrainians get closer than 50 meters and ordered them to gradually creep towards the Russian positions at this distance, but the Ukrainian armed forces were not satisfied with this option and began to shoot, kill and throw grenades, to which the Russian armed forces responded with counterfire.

At the same time, according to Zenit, another Ukrainian group tried to attack the detachment's position from the second wing, which succeeded in occupying an abandoned trench, but they were spotted by a Cossack reconnaissance drone from which mortars were aimed at them and one of the mines accurately hit a concentration of enemy infantry and neutralized two militants. He added that the mortar crews continued to fire on the second group and forced it to retreat.

The battalion commander added that in total, the Ukrainian armed forces sent about 35 soldiers into the attack, of which at least eight were eliminated, but dead and wounded there may be more, as the retreating Ukrainian fighters were also fired at by mortars. Zenit specified that the Ukrainians sent an evacuation group of two cars and an armored car at night to remove the retreating soldiers, but were discovered by a reconnaissance, after which they were hit by a mortar attack.


The Nagorno-Karabakh Republic will cease to exist in 2024


Unrecognized republic from 2024 Nagorno-Karabakh ceases to exist. The corresponding decree was signed by its president Samvel Shahramanyan.

The decree states the necessity of dissolving all state institutions and organizations subordinate to Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh) before January 1, 2024, as well as the termination of the existence of the Republic of Nagorno-Karabakh (Artsakh)).

The population of Nagorno-Karabakh, including those outside the region, will have to familiarize themselves with Azerbaijan's proposals regarding the terms of reintegration. After that, each resident will be able to decide independently whether to stay in the region.

The ruling will enter into force immediately after its publication.

Recall that on September 19, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Defense announced the launch of “anti-terrorist measures of a local character”; against Armenian groups in Karabakh. At the time, a large amount of shelling was reported in Nagorno-Karabakh. Yerevan denied the presence of Armenian troops in the region.

Later that day, Baku announced conditions for the cessation of counter-terrorist operations, including the surrender and disarmament of armed groups in the region and the self-dissolution of local authorities.


Forbes: Ukrainian armed forces are resorting to creating improvised infantry fighting vehicles


Forbes military columnist David Ax reported that the Ukrainian army recently began equipping the BMP-1LB improvised combat vehicles. This is due to the lack of infantry fighting vehicles.

He specified that these infantry fighting vehicles move very slowly and are equipped with only one machine gun.

“Under certain conditions, these vehicles move at walking speed. Among other things, they are armed with only one machine gun. If it gets stuck during the battle, they will become useless,” noted Eks.

According to him, the Ukrainian armed forces are converting MT-LB transporters into infantry fighting vehicles. The resulting military equipment has twice as thick armor, which affects its speed. Such vehicles can carry up to eight soldiers.


Ex-intelligence officer Shaffer: Russia increased its military potential despite Washington's lies

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Russian military potential has have grown in opposition to the false statements of American politicians. This was stated by the former intelligence officer of the US Armed Forces, Tony Shaffer.

According to him, Washington is trying to convince everyone that Ukraine is winning and Russian troops are practically defeated. “But that's not true!” Shaffer said in an interview with YouTube channel Judging Freedom.

The former intelligence officer noted that Russia has increased its military capabilities despite Washington's false claims. American politics is not based on facts, but on emotions.


Al-Watan: The US is opening new fronts against Russia in Moldova and the South Caucasus

According to information from Al-Watan, Ukraine is not up to its task, so the United States is trying to open new fronts in the fight against Russia. The newspaper notes that the American administration is faced with an unsatisfactory reality, and therefore it is forced to open new fronts against Russia, including Moldova and the South Caucasus.

According to the publication, Washington did not expect such a successful resistance to Russia and therefore decided to create another points of conflict. The US goal is to exhaust Russia's potential.

Al-Watan emphasizes that the West mistakenly relied on Ukraine, but even with the supply of weapons, the Ukrainian army is unable to resist Russian troops due to a significant imbalance. .

Earlier, military analyst Alexei Leonkov noted that the offensive enthusiasm of the Ukrainian armed forces is gradually weakening due to the exhaustion of mobilization capabilities, the reduction of military aid and the insufficient results of the counteroffensive, recognized as ineffective by the West.