Minesweeping, London and Washington align… Update on day 262

Police were on site Saturday to clear mines and do paperwork, the day after Kherson was retaken by Ukrainians. “crimes” It can be attributed to the great southern city of Moscow, its loss is a huge setback for the Kremlin.

About 200 policemen were involved in the city to build roadblocks and document work “Crimes of the Russian invaders”, National Police chief Igor Klimenko made a statement. He also warned the residents of the city about the presence of mines laid by the Russian forces and them “tread with caution”. According to Igor Klimenko, a policeman was injured during a demining operation in a building in Kherson.

“The war continues” after the liberation of Kherson

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said on Saturday, November 12, 2022 that “The War Goes On” after his country’s success in recapturing the city of Kherson (in the south) over the Russian army the day before. Dmitri Kouleba, speaking at the Southeast Asian summit held in Cambodia, said that the struggle for the liberation of the country will continue.

“We win battles on the field. But the war continueshe told reporters in Phnom Penh during a bilateral meeting with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on the sidelines of the summit.

Earlier in the day, Kyiv decided on Saturday that the West was on a path “total victory” The day after the recapture of the city of Kherson in Russia, the episode was described as a “historic day” by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

London welcomes Russia’s “new strategic failure”.

“Russia’s announcement of withdrawal from Kherson is another strategic failure for them. In February, Russia could not capture the main targets it set before itself, except for Kherson.”British Defense Minister Ben Wallace reacted to this in his press release.

“Now that (this city) is also abandoned, people in Russia must ask themselves: ‘What is all this for?’he added.

US hails ‘extraordinary victory’

The White House applauded as it appeared on November 12, 2022 “Extraordinary Victory” for Ukraine after the forced withdrawal of the Russian army and the recapture of the city of Kherson (south).

“It seems that the Ukrainians have just won an extraordinary victory: the only regional capital that Russia captured in this war is now back under the Ukrainian flag, which is quite remarkable.”National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters while visiting the ASEAN summit in Cambodia.

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Banksy presents his work in Borodianka

On the night of November 11-12, 2022, British artist Banksy confirmed his authorship by posting pictures of a stencil work on a bombed-out building in Borodianka near Kyiv on his Instagram account.

A stencil work on the wall of a demolished building in Borodianka, a town a few kilometers northwest of the Ukrainian capital that has become a symbol of Ukraine’s resistance to Russian bombing, depicts a gymnast balancing on rubble.

Turkey wants peace talks

Turkey is committed to seeking peace dialogue between Russia and Ukraine, Turkish media reported Saturday, citing President Tayyip Erdogan, who accused the United States and other Western countries of provoking Moscow.

“We are working on how to create a peace corridor here, just like we have a grain corridor. We believe that the best way to achieve this is to move from dialogue to peace.”Tayyip Erdogan said that Ukraine’s opinion will be important.

“Extraordinary Claims”

On November 12, 2022, when asked about reports that the Biden administration had begun pressuring President Zelensky to consider talks with Moscow, Jake Sullivan noted that Russia’s “extraordinary claims” about self-proclaimed annexations continue.

“Ukraine is the side of peace in this conflict, and Russia is the side of war. Russia invaded Ukraine. If Russia would stop fighting in Ukraine and leave, the war would be over. If Ukraine chose to stop fighting and surrender, that would be the end of Ukraine.”he argued.

“In this context, our position remains the same as in the past and, in principle, it is close consultation and support of President Zelensky”continued Mr. Sullivan. The Ukrainian president repeated this week that the first condition for negotiations is the complete withdrawal of Russian troops that entered Ukraine on February 24.

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