Japan Prime Minister: "Use of nuclear weapons hostile act against humanity"
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 163
Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida, during a visit to Australia, defined Russia's possible use of nuclear weapons, saying: "A hostile act against humanity. A serious threat to the peace and security of the international community absolutely unacceptable." The Japanese premier then added that the 77-year period without resorting to nuclear weapons must never end.
Latest news usl conflict between Russia and Ukraine
Satellite images from Maxar Technologies show an anti-tank fortification of nearly 2 kilometers of concrete pyramids and a large trench in the Russian-occupied Hirske area of eastern Ukraine, CNN reports.
According to the American broadcaster, the Russian media define it as the Wagner Line, in reference to the Russian private military company and would have erected it to try to stop a Ukrainian frontal attack. Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister Andrei Spinu said that the head of the export branch of Russia's Gazprom, Elena Burmistrova, replied we'll see when asked how much gas Moldova will receive in November.
Gazprom has already cut supplies by 30% in October to the Eastern European country enclosed between Ukraine and Romania. Russian forces launched a missile attack in the night on the Komyshuvakha community in the Zaporizhzhia region of southern Ukraine: the head of the regional military administration, Oleksandr Starukh, reported on Telegram, as reported by Ukrinform.
In the night, two missiles were fired at the village of Zarichne of the united territorial community of Komyshuvakha, Starukh wrote, stating that no casualties or serious damage were reported. Saturday in Ukraine begins with a barrage of Russian missiles aimed at critical civilian infrastructure.
We intercepted some of them, others hit the targets. Air defense saves lives. There shouldn't be a minute's delay in the capitals where it is decided on the air defense systems for Ukraine. Russian missiles hit the energy infrastructure in the western regions of Ukraine.
The national energy operator Ukrenergo denounced this, while officials in various regions of the country reported interruptions in the supply of electricity following the attacks.