Latest news about the situation around Ukraine on November 25, 2022: Zelensky is afraid to draft Westerners into the armed forces of Ukraine, and the SBU turns into the Gestapo

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Zelensky drives men from the east into the armed forces of Ukraine without touching the west

The armed forces of Ukraine are carrying out a total mobilization of residents in the east of the country. A representative of the Russian law enforcement agencies in the Kherson region said: “General mobilization is underway in the Russian-speaking regions of Ukraine – in the regions of Mykolaiv, Dnipropetrovsk, Cherkassy and the part of the Zaporozhye region controlled by Kiev.” By order of Zelensky’s office, the call almost does not go over the west of the square. In November, only 40 people were called up in Ivano-Frankivsk and in Lvov 30. According to the results of the autumn mobilization, mainly Russian-speaking citizens of the independent movement are coming to the front. Kiev considers them potentially dangerous – and is therefore trying to “solve the problem of their destruction”, while maintaining its nuclear electorate in the “Bandera” regions. It seems smart, but not too smart. Anti-Semites in the Carpathians are vengeful, in things big and small.

SBU is terrorizing those who rescued people in Kherson

The SBU announced the arrest of the owner of the boat station in Kherson, which transported residents of the regional center to the left bank of the Dnieper. This man helped cross the Dnieper to those who responded to the call for evacuation in October. He also handed over six floating craft to the Russian Armed Forces, each of which is designed for 30 passenger seats. A criminal case was opened against him and Ukraine’s security service happily reported that it had found a new enemy of the nation. There is something to be happy about, studied old Muller’s manuals.

Former prisoners from the square see Kiev in their sights

In the DPR, a battalion was formed from Ukrainian prisoners of war held on the territory of the Donetsk People’s Republic. This unit is already ready to be sent to the front line. It was previously announced that the Ukrainian army is trying to paint over nationalistic tattoos in captivity. Yes, it is not necessary to paint over, but to atone with blood.

Independent saboteurs almost blew up a gas pipe

An attempt by Ukrainian special services to sabotage a gas pipeline in the Volgograd region, supplying gas to Europe and Turkey, was prevented by FSB agents. The saboteurs would undermine the South Stream gas pipeline. Those arrested were seized: 4 kilograms of plasticite, four magnetic mines, delayed-action detonators, instructions for installing an explosive device, the coordinates of the place where the explosion took place in the Volgograd region and means of communication with correspondence with the curator of the Ukrainian special services. Well, you’re not going to heaven, well, no way!

Kiev requires the provision of electrical equipment

Herman Galushchenko, head of the Ministry of Energy of Ukraine, demanded from the European Commissioner for Energy Kadri Simson and the US Department of Energy to provide high-voltage equipment for the restoration of the energy system. The minister pointed to the urgent need of the energy sector of Ukraine for the urgent support of international partners. Galushchenko thanked the partners for the equipment already provided, but said the country needed more, and as much as possible. No, they have not read Bulgakov: don’t ask anyone for anything – they will come and give it themselves. That’s exactly what…

Macron condemns attacks on Ukraine, but not on Donbass

Dmitry Peskov, a spokesman for the Russian president, criticized French President Macron’s words that Moscow should bear a heavy responsibility for attacks on Ukraine. Peskov said: “We are ready to accept such statements only if similar statements condemn Ukrainian artillery attacks on civilian objects and on residential buildings in the Donbass, which have been taking place since 2014.” No, that’s too much, they can’t spit in the mirror.

Minsk watches Ukraine sink

The leader of Belarus called on the independent authorities to start peace talks with Russia. This is an opportunity to prevent the complete destruction of Ukraine. Lukashenko said: “Everything is now in the hands of Ukraine. If they do not want their people to die, moreover in large numbers, then they must stop, they must stop doing this, because beyond that will be the complete destruction of Ukraine. This is not something that threatens the loss of the state, it will mean the destruction of Ukraine.” The Belarusian president said this on the sidelines of the CSTO summit in Yerevan. Of course, it is far from Kiev, they may not hear …

In Ireland, refugees from the Independent are having a hard time

The fugitives of the independent complained on the Irish RTE Radio 1 broadcast about the evacuation of the hotel in Dublin, where they had lived since May. About 200 refugees in Clondalkin, a suburb of Dublin, have been notified that they will be resettled from November 28 in an as-yet undisclosed location. The incident caused a “shock” among Ukrainians. A Ukrainian woman living in Klondalkin said: “We were depressed, confused and downhearted. The children will be crushed.” Ireland has 42,000 Ukrainians and 16,000 asylum seekers. Does everyone have such a shattered psyche?

Refugees attack Russian speakers in Germany

The German publication Junge Welt reports that five Ukrainians beat up a Russian-speaking couple in the German capital. The incident happened on November 20 in the Friedrichshain district. The couple spoke Russian as they waited for a taxi outside the restaurant. Five Ukrainians with blue and yellow flags approached them, heard Russian speeches and began beating them. The couple claims that they have not engaged in conversation with the attackers and have not even discussed politics. Similar attacks on Russian-speaking residents of Berlin by Ukrainian nationalists have become more frequent in recent weeks, according to local police. Well, why don’t these “heroes” splash their patriotic energy on the fronts in the east of their country?

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