For the Kremlin in Ukraine it will be a “prolonged crisis”. Meanwhile, Russian TV is broadcasting throughout the occupied Kherson region – live


The Kremlin, “In Ukraine it will be a protracted crisis”

“It will be a long-term crisis in Ukraine,” Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was quoted as saying in an interview with the US television channel MSNBC. He added that during this crisis, the West showed its true attitude towards Russia, “We will never trust the West again.”


Di Maio: “War on European soil for illegal aggression”

“I am very pleased to participate in this conference, which brings us together against the background of an international scenario disturbed by the war that broke out on European soil due to the illegal Russian aggression against Ukraine.” This is how Foreign Minister Luigi Di Maio spoke at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean on the “Palermo Convention: the future of the fight against transnational organized crime”. “In this scenario, we value more the importance of international law and international cooperation, as tools for peace and mitigating the tragic consequences of conflict,” he added.


Zelensky: “The interest in Ukraine does not fade”

“The longer the war continues, the more difficult it will be to compete for the attention of hundreds of millions of people in different countries. But I will do everything possible so that interest in Ukraine does not fade. President Volodymyr Zelensky said yesterday, citing Ukrinform.
“The Russian invasion forces continue to bomb Ukrainian cities, showing that Russia is an evil that can only be stopped on the battlefield,” he added.


Kyiv, more than a million Ukrainians were deported to Russia

According to the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine, Irina Vereshuk, as reported by the Kyiv media, Russia “forcibly deported” more than 1.2 million Ukrainian citizens to its territory, including 240,000 children.


Russian television broadcasts throughout the occupied Kherson region

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced today, that Russian television is broadcast throughout the occupied Kherson region in southern Ukraine through 24 channels. According to TASS, specialists from the communications unit of the Russian Armed Forces have reconfigured the last of the seven towers in the Kherson region for broadcasting Russian TV channels. The resumption of broadcasting of Russian television channels began in Kherson and a small part of the region about two months ago.

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