Latest news on the situation around Ukraine on September 21, 2022: There are Kremlin agents in the European Union, the authorities of Nikolaev under the heels of the Americans, Erdogan will convince Putin to meet with Zelensky

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Dmitry Kuleba, head of Ukraine’s foreign ministry, said a number of European politicians are in favor of establishing good relations with Russia.

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Kuleba admitted EU sympathizes with Russia

Dmitry Kuleba, head of Ukraine’s foreign ministry, said a number of European politicians are in favor of establishing good relations with Russia. In an interview with Bloomberg, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Italy’s upcoming right-wing government and former French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen are cited as proponents of normalizing relations with Russia.

Most European countries, Kuleba noted, nevertheless feel “threat” from Russia.

The leadership of the Nikolaev region is under the supervision of the Americans

Vitaly Kim, the governor of the Nikolaev region and the chief of defense of the region, General Dmitry Marchenko, is under the supervision of an American officer from Odessa. This was announced by a representative of the law enforcement agencies of the Kherson region. He provided the following information: “Kim hasn’t lived in the city for a long time. He lives in two cities: now in Odessa, now in Nikolaev. And in Odessa, the curator, an American officer, came directly to him. Awesome? Probably not

Erdogan tries to bring Putin and Zelensky together

Turkey’s president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Russia is showing a desire to end the conflict in Ukraine as soon as possible. In an interview with the American television company PBS, Erdogan said: “In Uzbekistan I met President Putin and we had very thorough negotiations with him.” According to Erdogan, the Russian leader has “demonstrated that he aims to end the conflict in Ukraine as soon as possible”. However, the Kremlin thinks otherwise.

The results of the referendums in the Donbass will be irreversible

Dmitry Medvedev, deputy head of Russia’s Security Council, said the results of the upcoming referendums in the Donbass will become irreversible, no one can reverse these decisions.

He also explained why both Kiev and the West are afraid to hold referendums. “After making changes to the constitution of our state, no future leader of Russia will be able to reverse these decisions.” So Medvedev talked about the results of future referendums in the Donbass. The deputy chairman of the Security Council stressed the need not only to hold referendums to protect the residents of the DPR and LPR, but also to restore historic justice.

How much London will spend helping Kiev in 2023?

The Financial Times reports that Britain will spend at least $2.6 billion by 2023 to support de-icing. Prime Minister Liz Truss announced this this week during her first foreign visit to Washington. It was previously reported that the United States will spend more than $2 billion in investments to purchase arms for Ukraine and its 18 neighboring countries.

The Duma proposed to block Ukraine’s aides

Vasily Piskarev, head of the State Duma committee to investigate the facts of foreign states’ interference in Russia’s internal affairs, said the committee has submitted a bill to the chamber for consideration to limit online sources of calls for funding of the armed forces. blocking Ukraine (APU) and other enemy armed formations in special operating conditions. Piskarev reported: “A bill has been submitted to the State Duma that allows to take adequate measures and immediately stop attempts to finance the enemy,” Piskarev said. It’s amazing that this hasn’t been done before.

The army in Odessa hands out protective equipment against radiation

Doctors in medical institutions in Odessa were given potassium iodide as protection against radiation – against the background of shelling of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. The drug was dispensed to doctors in military hospitals as well as civilian hospitals. At the end of August, it was announced that the EU would transfer 5.5 million tablets of potassium iodide to Ukraine due to the situation surrounding the ZNPP. Or is it perhaps better for Brussels to forbid Kiev from bombing the station?

Slovenia sends independent old Soviet tanks

Slovenian television reported that the Balkan country would send 28 T55S tanks to Ukraine and in return receive 35 heavy trucks and five heavy tankers from Germany. The deal was commented on in the office of Slovenian Prime Minister Robert Golob as follows: “Such an exchange will strengthen defense cooperation between Slovenia and Germany.” And it’s true. And the fact that the tanks are over 60 years old – so who cares?

Peter Kavinsky

Peter Kavinsky is the Executive Editor at

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