Energoatom reports that Russia may withdraw from the Zaporozhye NPP

SITUATION UPDATE – Russian mothers also started a petition in protest of Russia’s war in Ukraine.

Russia may leave Zaporozhye nuclear power plant site Ukraine’s state energy company Energoatom says Russian mothers start anti-war petition, Ukraine says Russianswill payfor all Holodomor victims… Le Figaro The weekend of November 26-27 provides the latest information on the war in Ukraine.

Russia may withdraw from Zaporozhye NPP

Petro Kotin, director of Ukraine’s state-run nuclear power company Energoatom, said on Sunday (27 November) that there are signs that Russian forces are preparing to leave the giant Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which they seized shortly after the invasion in March. Such a decision could make a big difference on the battlefield in the partially occupied Zaporozhye region in the southeast of the country, where the front line has barely moved for months. Repeated bombings around the station raised fears of a nuclear disaster.

In recent weeks, we have been getting reports that there are indeed signs that they are preparing to leave (the center).“Petro Kotin said on national television.”First of all, there is a lot of information in the Russian press that it is worth leaving (the power plant) and possibly handing over control (of it) to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).he added, referring to the UN nuclear watchdog. “It seems that they collect and steal everything they can“.

Zaporozhye nuclear power plant on November 24, 2022. ALEXANDER YERMOCHENKO / REUTERS

Russia and Ukraine, the site of the world’s worst nuclear accident in Chernobyl in 1986, have been accusing each other of bombing the Zaporozhye reactor complex, which no longer produces energy, for months.

Russian mothers started an anti-war petition

Mothers of Russian soldiers started an online petition on Sunday, Nov. 27, Russia’s Mother’s Day, calling for the withdrawal of Moscow’s forces from Ukraine, CNN reports. As of 21:30, this petition has more than 3,300 signatures.

The so-called “special military operation” has been going on for nine months now, resulting in destruction, grief, blood and tears.write these mothers posing as a feminist anti-war resistance movement in Russia.

In many regions, the families of those mobilized had to independently collect equipment for their men sent to death, buy everything at their own expense, even bulletproof vests.continues the petition in particular.

Kyiv says Russia will pay for Holodomor

Russia will pay for the Soviet-era famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in the winter of 1932-33 and its actions in the current war in Ukraine, the head of Ukraine’s presidential administration said Saturday.

Russians will pay for all Holodomor victims and answer for today’s crimesAndriy Yermak wrote on Telegram using the Ukrainian name of the disaster. In Ukraine, the annual memorial day of Holodomor victims is held on Saturday this year.

November 28, 2020, commemoration of the 87th anniversary of the 1932-33 famine, in which millions died of starvation, in Kyiv, Ukraine. VALENTIN OGIRENKO / REUTERS

In November 1932, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin sent the police to seize all grain and livestock from Ukraine’s newly collectivized farms, including seeds needed for the next crop. In the months that followed, millions of Ukrainian peasants starved to death, as Yale University historian Timothy Snyder calls it:a clear premeditated mass murder“.

According to Prigogine, Wagner was a member of the US Marine Corps, a “former general”

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the leader of the Russian mercenary group “Wagner”, said on Friday that “former generalAmerican marines were part of this private army, whose recruits are fighting in Ukraine in particular.

When answering a question from a Finnish newspaper Helsingin SanomatThe Russian businessman replied:There are not many Finnish citizens in Wagner PMC, about 20 people. For obvious reasons, I cannot give accurate information about them“.

I have a very good opinion of the Finns on the battlefield. They fight in a British battalion (part of Wagner) commanded by an American citizen, a former general of the Marine Corps.“, added Evguény Prigojine, referring to the press service of the Concord company.

SEE ALSO – Wagner”it is against all moral norms»: The former commander of the Russian militia testifies

Russia is likely using missiles with nuclear warheads removed

Britain’s military intelligence service said on Saturday that Russia was removing nuclear warheads from its old cruise missiles and firing unarmed munitions into Ukraine.

The Defense Ministry said open-source footage showed the remains of an air-launched cruise missile fired at Ukraine, and that it was designed in the 1980s as a nuclear delivery system, possibly with the ballast replaced by warheads.

Such a system would still suffer damage from the rocket’s kinetic energy and unused propellant. However, it is unlikely to have a reliable impact against the intended targets, the ministry added in a daily intelligence update posted on Twitter. “Regardless of Russia’s intentions, this improvisation underscores the level of depletion of Russia’s long-range missile stockpile.was informed by the ministry.

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