December 7, 2022

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Ukraine has warned that Russia maintains nearly a dozen warships in the Black Sea

Army Ukraine This Wednesday it warned that Russian forces would decrease Seven warships Deployed in the Black Sea, two of them carry 16 ‘Kalibre’ missiles.

The Ukrainian Navy indicated in its Telegram account that “about seven enemy ships are in combat mode, some armed with operational-tactical missiles.”

Ukraine Said that Russian forces They continue to control communications in the Sea of ​​Azov, having six ships and several boats. In addition, the Mediterranean has five ‘Kalibre’ missiles, which are highly accurate and can be installed on ships, submarines and other vessels.

Large-scale Russian bombings in the Ukrainian cities of Kyiv, Lviv and Zaporizhia last Monday left many dead, while people sought safety in shelters set up in the city.

“On the 229th day (of the war) they are trying to destroy us and wipe us off the face of the earth. Completely. Destroy our people who are sleeping at home in Zaporizhia. Kill people who go to work in Dnipro and Kiev,” the Ukrainian president said. Volodymyr Zelensky.

Ukraine’s chief of staff, Valery Zalushny, said on his Telegram channel that the Russians had fired 75 missiles, 41 of which were neutralized by their air defense systems.

For his part, US Secretary of State, Anthony Blinken, He called his Ukrainian counterpart, Dmytro Kuleba, to express his support for Russia’s “terrible attacks”.

“I just spoke Dmytro Kuleba Support should be reiterated America A Ukraine After the brutal attack on the Kremlin this morning. “We will continue to provide economic, humanitarian and security assistance so that Ukraine can defend itself and protect its people,” Blinken wrote on Twitter.

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UN condemns Russia for “illegal annexation”.

UN A resolution condemning Russia’s “illegal annexation” of four Ukrainian territories was overwhelmingly approved.A new diplomatic setback for Moscow, which vetoed a similar resolution in the Security Council at the end of September.

The resolution, submitted by Albania and Ukraine, was approved by seventy countries co-sponsored, 143 in favor, five against (Russia, Belarus, North Korea, Nicaragua and Syria) and 35 votes, among them, China, Bolivia, Algeria, Pakistan, Honduras or Mali.

The resolution, titled ‘Ukraine’s Territorial Integrity: Protection of the Principles of the United Nations Charter’, declares “illegal acts” referring to the referendums held by Russia in Donetsk, Kherson, Luhansk and Zaporizhia on the 23rd. September 27, “they have no validity (…) nor do they serve to change the status of these regions in Ukraine in any way”.

(With information from Europa Press and AFP)