Ukrainian radios, cyber attack
Some Ukrainian radio stations have come under a Russian cyber attack, during which false information was spread that President Zelensky was hospitalized in intensive care, Ukrainian agency UNIAN reported. “The enemy, the agency writes, carried out a cyber attack on the servers and networks of TAVR Media Group’s radio stations (Radio Pirektor, Melody FM and others) and spread false news about the deterioration of President Zelensky’s health.”
The radio team reported the attack and said that “relevant services are working to resolve the issue.” “None of the information about the health problems of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky is true,” TAVR Media added.
A video appeared on the Internet yesterday that some radio stations broadcast yesterday about Zelensky’s serious health problems and the transfer of his powers to the Speaker of the Parliament.
Lukashenko: End of war possible if Ukraine negotiates
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko told AFP in an interview that Kyiv authorities could agree to its demands and end the war in Ukraine if they resumed talks with Moscow. “Everything depends on Ukraine,” said the country’s leader, who is close to Russian President Vladimir Putin. The peculiarity of this moment is that it is possible to end the war in a way that is more acceptable to Ukraine.
Kyiv: Death toll in vinyl attacks rises to 26
Olga Lysenko (20), who suffered severe burns in a Russian rocket attack on Vinidia on July 14, died in hospital today. Serhii Borzov, head of the regional military administration, said the death toll in the attack had risen to 26.
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijardo is in Moscow
Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szyjardo is in Moscow, the Hungarian Embassy in Moscow was quoted as saying by the Dass news agency. In the past, Sergey met Lavrov in Moscow on February 1.
Kiev: The war will end only on our terms
“The war will end only on Ukraine’s terms,” says Mykhailo Podoliak, an adviser to the Ukrainian president. “This means Russia must leave the entire territory of Ukraine, and it must be Ukrainian and Ukrainian,” he concludes.
Britain to send more than 1,600 anti-tank weapons to Ukraine
British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said the United Kingdom would send dozens of artillery pieces, hundreds of drones, twin-barreled radar systems and more than 50,000 bombs to Ukraine.
“Together with our international partners, we will ensure that Ukraine has the tools to defend its country against Putin’s illegal invasion,” Wallace said in a statement, according to the Kyiv Independent on Telegram.
Moscow: No contact with US for peace settlement
“Officially, there are no contacts with the United States. And, under the circumstances, there can be no contact with the United States regarding a peace settlement in Ukraine,” Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said during a press conference.
The CIA director said there was no information that Vladimir Putin was unstable or ill.
There has been growing unconfirmed speculation in the media that Putin, who turns 70 this year, may be suffering from health problems, possibly cancer, but William Burns said there was no evidence to suggest this.
“There are a lot of rumors about President Putin’s health, and as far as we can tell, he’s perfectly healthy,” Burns said at the Aspen Security Forum in Colorado.
Burns, who was Moscow’s ambassador, said he had noticed him and had known the Russian leader for more than two decades.
Putin is a “big fan of control, intimidation and revenge,” and those traits have hardened as his circle of advisers has shrunk over the past decade, the CIA chief said.
“He firmly believes that his destiny as Russia’s leader is to restore Russia as a great power. He believes that the key to doing this is creating a sphere of influence in Russia’s neighborhood, and he cannot do this without controlling Ukraine.”
The CIA director’s comments come after the US announced that it would supply Ukraine with more long-range weapons.
Earlier, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov indicated that Russia’s military target in Ukraine was no longer “just” the East, and that Moscow’s strategy had changed after the West provided Ukraine with such weapons.
The EU has pledged more aid to Ukraine
EU member states have decided to mobilize a fifth tranche of €500 million in military aid to further support Ukraine.
EU Foreign Minister Joseph Borrell said Europe “remains focused and committed to supporting Ukraine”.
Zelensky refuses to be allowed to speak at the MERCOSUR summit
Paraguayan officials say the Mercosur trade bloc in South America has rejected a request to allow Ukraine’s president to speak at the next summit.
Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay failed to reach an agreement with Ukraine.
Russia will not supply oil at fixed prices
Russia will not supply oil to the world market if the price cap is imposed, the Interfax news agency reported on Wednesday.
US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is pushing for a ceiling to lower oil prices and make it harder for Moscow to finance its war in Ukraine.
Russian rockets kill three in Kargo
Russian missiles killed a 13-year-old boy as he waited at a bus stop in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkov on Wednesday.
Lavrov blames the West for making the war worse
Russia’s foreign minister has said the West is trying to “degenerate” the war in Ukraine by supplying it with long-range weapons.
In an interview with the German publication Deutsche Welle, Sergei Lavrov said: “While the West is trying to aggravate the situation with impotent evil, it is firing long-range weapons at Ukraine.”
He added: “The geographical scope will extend beyond the current line.”
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