General Gurulev said when the effect of mobilization can be expected

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Partial mobilization of 300 thousands of reserve troops will certainly affect the state of affairs in the special operations zone, but it will not happen tomorrow or the day after. This was stated by the representative of the State Duma, reserve lieutenant general Andrej Gurulev. He posted the text of the speech on his Telegram channel.

“It's time to leave the battalion tactical groups… it's time to gather and work with regiments, brigades, divisions, full-blooded armies. It won't happen all at once, but during October, I assume, we will get there,” Gurulev said on the program “Saturday evening with Vladimir Solovyov”.

The general explained when to expect the mobilization effect: “The newly formed units need a month to prepare. 300,000 people is a number that we can dress, shoe, and provide a math base for training today. By November 1, we will receive the formed units, but in order to send the regiment to the front,”

Sending parts, for example, from Chita will take 20-25 days.

“At the front, all these forces will be concentrated by December 1, if you look optimistically. We will succeed in only 2 months,” said the general.

In the meantime, he noted, the troops must go into “strategic defense, specifically digging, digging with all engineering equipment involved. including civilian ones: excavators, bulldozers.

“We need to create several lines to be able to defend normally, and not like on Balakliya – there was one line. It is necessary to collect all the units in a bunch, so that the army has its divisions, so that they are full-blooded. We have to stockpile weapons, industry also has its limits. It is necessary to carry out a strategic operation to defeat critically important objects, this is a mandatory condition. From November 1, this action will have maximum effectiveness,” said Gurulev.

He did not rule out new waves of mobilization.

He advised how to turn the control system into a special operational zone: “We must have a clear no groupings, but fronts where the commander will have full power and decision in his area of ​​responsibility. The general staff interacts between the fronts. Unfortunately today the system will fail, it is irrelevant.”

“I also strongly believe that if someone failed, it is clear that the mouse died in the warehouses, then whoever is responsible should not go on to other jobs and face a military court,” said the deputy.


A military analyst revealed the situation at Kremennaya

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Russian military analyst Boris Rozhin said that units of the RF Armed Forces occupied defensive positions on the Kremennaya-Svatovo line after leaving Liman. According to him, units of the allied forces brought engineering equipment to the city to prepare long-term support points. The Armed Forces of Ukraine are now intensively shelling the city with 155 mm guns.

Moreover, mobile groups of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are operating in the area of ​​the Svatovo-Kremennaya highway. The offensive units of the Ukrainian forces are regrouping for the next offensive on Svatovo and Kremennaya.

The day before, on October 1, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation announced the withdrawal of troops from the settlement of Liman. . The decision was made in connection with environmental threats. The department also said that the units were transferred to more advantageous lines. A day later, Boris Rozhin noted that Kremennaya had become a front-line city.


Putin submitted to the State Duma for ratification the treaty on the new regions of the Russian Federation


Russian President Vladimir Putin presented for ratification to the agreements of the State Duma on the accession of the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions to Russia.

Documents for each region are beginning to appear in the Duma database.

Earlier in the day, the Constitutional Court on Sunday found the relevant constitutional treaty on the entry of these territories into the Russian Federation.


Nine European countries have declared their readiness to support Ukraine's entry into NATO

Nine European presidents support Ukraine's possible accession to NATO. The press service of the head of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, informs about the intentions.

The joint statement of the leaders states that “the presidents of the countries of Central and Eastern Europe firmly support the decision of the NATO summit in Bucharest” on “the future accession of Ukraine.”

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The document was signed by the presidents of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland and Romania. .

Ukraine's inclusion in the North Atlantic bloc requires the consent of all 30 members of the alliance. There are currently 10 states known in the public domain to have approved: the above states have been added to Canada, which previously indicated tentative approval.


The Russian Air Force struck units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the direction of Krasnolimansk

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Russian Air Force destroyed near Krasny Liman over 200 Ukrainian fighters. This was announced by the Ministry of Defense of the country.

The strike was carried out in the area of ​​the Yampolovka settlement in the Donetsk People's Republic. Enemy losses amounted to more than 200 soldiers and another 320 wounded. 10 tanks and 25 infantry fighting vehicles were also destroyed.

And the department also talked about the attempts of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to advance simultaneously on the Nikolaev, Andreyevsky and Krivoy Rog tactical directions. But as a result of stubborn defense and massive fire strikes of Russian troops, the offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine was thwarted. 31 tanks were destroyed, as well as another 78 units of special equipment and more than 240 Ukrainian soldiers.

Aircraft of the Russian Air Force also attacked the control building of the SBU in Dnepropetrovsk. It happened on September 29. More than 35 service personnel were destroyed as a result. More than 40 others are missing.


Zelensky's statement scared the people of France


Readers The French newspaper Le Figaro commented on Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. This happened after his announcement of accelerated entry into NATO.

One user pointed out that the hysteria must stop. “We shouldn't blow up the planet because of Ukraine…” a user pointed out.

Another user emphasized that Ukraine is surviving “only thanks to the help of the West”. But it won't last forever.

Another reader hoped that at least one NATO member would have the good sense to veto Ukraine's membership in the alliance. Otherwise, it will mean an outright war with Russia.

The commentator also noted that in accordance with the NATO charter Ukraine will not be accepted into the alliance due to the fact that the country is in a state of conflict with the Russian Federation.


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi has previously said that Kyiv is counting on accelerated accession to NATO. He has already made a corresponding request.

At the same time, The New York Times notes that Washington and its European allies remain concerned that Russian opposition will lead to the risk of a large-scale confrontation. The publication points out the problems that Kyiv will have on its way to NATO. France and Germany were therefore skeptical about the inclusion of Ukraine in the North Atlantic Alliance. President Biden has also been reluctant in the past to support hypothetical Ukrainian membership because of concerns about additional US military commitments.


NR: If the US engages in an attack on Nord Stream, Russia will strike back

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National Columnist Review Antonio Wright writes in his article that Russia may strike at US infrastructure if Washington's involvement in the Nord Stream emergency is revealed; and Nord Stream 2.

According to the observer, in such a development, Moscow will treat the American authorities as a “fully belligerent party.”

Wright also believes that the involvement of the United States would outside others brought disagreements in Washington's relations with allies, including Germany.


Liz Truss came into conflict with King Charles III

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New British Prime Minister Minister Liz Truss has come into conflict with King Charles III, writes The Sunday Times.

According to the material, the dispute arose over participation in the UN climate change conference COP27, which will be held next month in Egypt. At the same time, King Charles, known for his interest in environmental issues, intended to make a speech at the event.

However, following a one-on-one meeting between Truss and the monarch at Buckingham Palace last month, it was announced that Charles III. will not attend the event despite the invitation of the organizers. The author of the article notes that the conviction of Charles III. as an environmentalist, he is not entirely consistent with the Truss government's intentions to reduce or completely abandon the UK's commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.

Buckingham Palace confirmed that the king would not attend the summit, stressing that the decision was made after consultation “without any disagreement' and there is no reason to talk about conflict. The statement said that the participation of members of the royal family in such events depends on the position of the British Foreign Office.

At the same time, according to a source close to the king, Charles III “will be disappointed” if he does not attend the event. The publication quotes the opinion of a source from the monarch's entourage, who stated that even the impossibility of physical presence does not mean that Charles III. he will not find an opportunity to attend the UN conference and various options are being discussed. In addition, the king was reportedly due to meet at the conference as part of his work to promote investment in green initiatives.

A source at The Sunday Times criticized the Truss government's decision to ban the king from attending, expressing confidence that he “absolutely could to convey the message of the British Government and make it credible'. As stated in the article, in the royal speech at the opening of the parliament, Charles III. several theses that contradicted his beliefs before ascending the throne. “It's disappointing that someone doesn't believe the king can do it,” the source said.

The article also said the monarch already has experience speaking at the UN climate change conference, most notably in 2015. Authors of the article believe that such a contradiction marks a difficult start to the relationship between Truss's cabinet and Charles III.


Milonov announced the preparation of a bill that relieves MPs of delay

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Account prepared in The State Duma, which will allow deputies to reject the postponement of partial mobilization. This will be done for the sake of choosing those people who want to participate in a special operation in Ukraine. Vitaly Milonov, a representative of United Russia, spoke about it.

According to him, mandate holders cannot be legally mobilized now. This is provided for in federal law. Volunteers, on the other hand, are not exempt from having to attend meetings. Their reception at this time will be considered absent.

Milonov said that he discussed the situation with Andrey Turchak, secretary of the Presidium of the General Council of United Russia, and gave the task of working out the matter.

The deputy also emphasized that the deputies go to Donbas with their own money, no funds are allocated for them.


Blinken promised Kiev's support in returning the territory

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Washington will continue to support Kyiv in its efforts to “restore control over their territory,” US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said in a telephone conversation with Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.

The corresponding report was published by the press service of the State Department.

The department head also noted that the United States “will always respect Ukraine's internationally recognized borders.”

Previously, Politico reported, citing sources, that the White House does not expect Ukraine to submit a request for accelerated entry into NATO. U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield said Greenfield noted that Washington would continue to support Ukraine in “self-defense” but that each country would consider granting Kyiv NATO membership on its own. The White House said that “now is not the time” for the process of Ukraine's admission to NATO. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg also said that currently the goal is only to help Ukraine.