British Defense Minister in the US to discuss nuclear threat


British Defense Minister in the US to discuss nuclear threat

British Defense Minister Ben Wallace has reached the United States. His mission is to discuss the situation in Ukraine and the threat of a nuclear attack by Russia. The minister must conduct a series of talks at the Pentagon and the White House.

Deputy Defense Minister and responsible for the military, James Heappey, said: "We are at a time when this kind of conversation is needed."

The latest news from the Russia-Ukraine war

Kyrylo Budanov, Kyrylo Budanov, chief of the 007s, said in an interview relaunched by Ukrainska Pravda: "By the end of the year we will make important progress, there will be significant victories.

I hope it can be Kherson. The conflict should end by the end of the year. next summer, with Ukraine returning to the 1991 borders. In late spring, this will all be over. By the summer it will be all over, there will be significant victories." The written report submitted to the UN General Assembly reads: "The Independent International Commission of Inquiry into Ukraine has reasonable grounds to conclude that a number of war crimes, human rights and international humanitarian law violations have been committed.

in Ukraine. Given the seriousness of the violations identified, there is an undeniable need for accountability." Commission President Erik Møse added: "The impact of these violations on the civilian population in Ukraine is immense.

Thousands of lives have been lost. The destruction of infrastructure is devastating." Spokesman Oleksandr Khorunzhyi, on the situation in Kiev, told: "For now, 1,162 settlements in the regions of Dnipropetrovsk, Kirovograd, Zhytomyr, Kharkiv, Donetsk, Zaporizhzhia, Lugansk, Mykolaiv, Kherson remain cut off from electricity supplies." According to Kiev officials, 423 children have been killed in Ukraine since the Russian invasion began.

The estimate was made by the Ukrainian Attorney General's Office, stating that another 810 were injured. The highest number of victims was recorded in the Donetsk and Kiev regions. The budget, he added, is not definitive because information is being collected from areas that are still occupied or where fighting is underway.

Head of the regional state administration Oleksandr Starukh explaining that there were no casualties, spoke of the destruction of two schools: "Last night the Russian occupier hit a school in the village of Vozdvizhovka with two rockets.

The educational institution was almost completely destroyed. Another rocket hit a local park and private houses. A school in Dobropolye village was also destroyed by rockets."

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