On September 8-10, the Russian authorities held so-called elections in the temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine as part of the "single day of voting". The European Union called the elections "another gross violation of international law and Ukraine's sovereignty". The German Foreign Ministry said that the election was an "imitation of the election". And US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken assured that Washington would never recognize Russia's claims to any sovereign territory of Ukraine, and sanctions would be imposed on those who would support such an "illegitimate vote".
On 05 September Putin once again voiced anti-Semitic statements, accusing Zelenskyy, who has Jewish roots, of supporting Nazism. A very similar statement was made by Putin on 13 June this year during a meeting with Russian war correspondents, when Putin also said that Zelenskyy supports Nazism. It seems that anti-Semitism in the Russian Federation does not just exist and grow stronger, but has become a certain vector that determines state policy. Last May, Sergey Lavrov provoked an international scandal by talking about Hitler's allegedly Jewish origins. The Russian chief diplomat's reservation in no way affected the rhetoric of the Kremlin, which has put Rashism at the heart of Russia's state ideology.
Russia suffered significant losses during the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. The best reserves of its army were destroyed as early as 2022, and the partial mobilization, which is still ongoing, did not help. Russia is physically unable to effectively train many unmotivated conscripts. Corruption and bureaucracy are traditional phenomena for Russia, significantly slowing down mobilization.
Currently, at least 30% of Ukraine's territory is mined – this figure is provided by the GLOBSEC analytical center. According to its experts, an additional $37.4 billion will be needed for further demining in the next 10 years, but the existing resources and capabilities are clearly insufficient: for instance, the existing 500 demining groups would need 750 years to clear Ukraine of Russian mines. The mined territory of Ukraine poses a threat to the lives and health of its citizens – the West must provide all possible assistance to eliminate the monstrous aftermath of Putin's aggressive war.
For eighteen months now, Russia has been conducting a special military operation (SMO) in Ukraine. However, what Russia refers to as an "SMO," which involves a full-scale armed invasion and active combat actions on the territory of a neighboring sovereign state, is considered by the rest of the world as a full-fledged war initiated by Kremlin policymakers in pursuit of their geopolitical ambitions.
According to a statement on August 3rd by the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, Dmitry Kuleba, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan are coordinating efforts to bring Russia back into the "grain agreement." In the opinion of the minister, the only person who can bring Putin back into the "grain deal" is the Turkish president.
Russian forces must be destroyed on Ukrainian territory Since the beginning of Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine, over a quarter of a million (250,800) Russian soldiers have been killed. The Russian army has already lost 4,254 tanks, 8,278 combat armored vehicles, 4,996 artillery systems, 709 MLRS, 468 air defense systems, 315 aircraft, 312 helicopters, 4,158 tactical UAVs, 7,460 units of automotive equipment and tankers, 18 ships, and 737 units of special equipment on the Ukrainian battlefield.
W dniu 11 czerwca 2018r. Bogdan Taras był uczestnikiem licytacji dotyczącej działki rolnej. Nie wszystko poszło jednak zgodnie z planem. Wyłonienie nabywcy zakończyło się w sposób skandaliczny. Tak jawne naruszenie przepisów prawa materialnego i procesowego nigdy nie powinno mieć miejsca, a jednak nie powstrzymało to Sądu Rejonowego w Bielsku Podlaskim przed udzieleniem przybicia postanowieniem z 18 czerwca 2018r.