Moscow warns Kiev of chemical provocation, and Zelensky puts one condition for peace Moscow warns Kiev of chemical provocation, and Zelensky puts one condition for peace

Moscow warns Kiev of chemical provocation, and Zelensky puts one condition for peace

Moscow warns Kiev of chemical provocation, and Zelensky puts one condition for peace Russia has warned Ukraine of a provocation in the northeastern Sumy province that simulates "the Russian army's use of chemical munitions," Russia Today reported, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has set his country's restoration of Crimea as a mandatory condition for achieving peace.  On Saturday, the Russian authorities accused Kiev of preparing a provocation in the Sumy region, in northeastern Ukraine, simulating "the use of chemical weapons by the Russian army."  Russia Today channel quoted the coordination headquarters between the Russian administrations in Ukraine as saying that Kiev is preparing for a provocation in Sumy province that simulates "the Russian army's use of chemical munitions" to "distract the world's attention from the crimes" of the Ukrainian forces.  The headquarters stated that toxic materials were transported to the area so that Western experts could record "the use of chemical weapons by Russian forces."  He added, "Under the supervision of the Office of the President of Ukraine, a large-scale provocation is being prepared aimed at discrediting Russia in the international arena."   Return of Crimea to Ukraine  For his part, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that his country's restoration of Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014, is a mandatory condition for achieving peace.  Zelensky said during his participation in an iftar meal with Ukrainian Muslim soldiers from Crimea on Friday evening that this option has no alternative "for Ukraine or for the whole world."  He added that Ukraine would take back Crimea because Russia would lose.  He stressed that the Crimea will be returned to Ukraine, as this is necessary for "the world order based on agreements and the Charter of the United Nations."  He continued: "We will return to Crimea, and then peace will return, because the aggressor will lose. And the victory of Ukraine will mean the victory of life, the lives of Ukrainians of all religions and different origins."  After a unilateral referendum, on March 16, 2014, Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea to its territory, which was not recognized by the international community, and was followed by the imposition of sanctions on Moscow from the European Union, the United States and a number of countries.  Since February 24, 2022, Russia has launched a military attack on its neighbor Ukraine, prompting capitals, led by Washington, to impose severe economic sanctions on Moscow.      Kadyrov announces the elimination of a Ukrainian detachment and the capture of 6 of its members  The President of the Russian Republic of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, announced the elimination of a Ukrainian detachment and the capture of six of its members between the city of Kremenaya and the town of Belogorovka in the Republic of Donetsk.  Kadyrov wrote on Telegram on Saturday: “Akhmed’s special forces, together with the 4th brigade led by Apti Alaudinov, carried out a special operation between the city of Kremenaya and the town of Belogorovka, which resulted in the liquidation and capture of members of an enemy Ukrainian detachment.  Kadyrov stated that a Ukrainian soldier decided to join the ranks of the Russian forces voluntarily, and added: "Maxim Nikhenko, a soldier of the Ukrainian National Guard forces, made a difficult journey to reach our positions, and on the way his feet were cracked due to frost, and when he reached us, we provided him with the necessary medical care, so that he could stand again." on old.  Kadyrov pointed out that Maxim Nikhenko is one of dozens of Ukrainian soldiers who decided to surrender to the Russian army at the right time.

Russia has warned Ukraine of a provocation in the northeastern Sumy province that simulates "the Russian army's use of chemical munitions," Russia Today reported, while Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has set his country's restoration of Crimea as a mandatory condition for achieving peace.

On Saturday, the Russian authorities accused Kiev of preparing a provocation in the Sumy region, in northeastern Ukraine, simulating "the use of chemical weapons by the Russian army."

Russia Today channel quoted the coordination headquarters between the Russian administrations in Ukraine as saying that Kiev is preparing for a provocation in Sumy province that simulates "the Russian army's use of chemical munitions" to "distract the world's attention from the crimes" of the Ukrainian forces.

The headquarters stated that toxic materials were transported to the area so that Western experts could record "the use of chemical weapons by Russian forces."

He added, "Under the supervision of the Office of the President of Ukraine, a large-scale provocation is being prepared aimed at discrediting Russia in the international arena."


Return of Crimea to Ukraine

For his part, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced that his country's restoration of Crimea, which Russia annexed in 2014, is a mandatory condition for achieving peace.

Zelensky said during his participation in an iftar meal with Ukrainian Muslim soldiers from Crimea on Friday evening that this option has no alternative "for Ukraine or for the whole world."

He added that Ukraine would take back Crimea because Russia would lose.

He stressed that the Crimea will be returned to Ukraine, as this is necessary for "the world order based on agreements and the Charter of the United Nations."

He continued: "We will return to Crimea, and then peace will return, because the aggressor will lose. And the victory of Ukraine will mean the victory of life, the lives of Ukrainians of all religions and different origins."

After a unilateral referendum, on March 16, 2014, Russia annexed Ukraine's Crimea to its territory, which was not recognized by the international community, and was followed by the imposition of sanctions on Moscow from the European Union, the United States and a number of countries.

Since February 24, 2022, Russia has launched a military attack on its neighbor Ukraine, prompting capitals, led by Washington, to impose severe economic sanctions on Moscow.

Kadyrov announces the elimination of a Ukrainian detachment and the capture of 6 of its members


The President of the Russian Republic of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, announced the elimination of a Ukrainian detachment and the capture of six of its members between the city of Kremenaya and the town of Belogorovka in the Republic of Donetsk.

Kadyrov wrote on Telegram on Saturday: “Akhmed’s special forces, together with the 4th brigade led by Apti Alaudinov, carried out a special operation between the city of Kremenaya and the town of Belogorovka, which resulted in the liquidation and capture of members of an enemy Ukrainian detachment.

Kadyrov stated that a Ukrainian soldier decided to join the ranks of the Russian forces voluntarily, and added: "Maxim Nikhenko, a soldier of the Ukrainian National Guard forces, made a difficult journey to reach our positions, and on the way his feet were cracked due to frost, and when he reached us, we provided him with the necessary medical care, so that he could stand again." on old.

Kadyrov pointed out that Maxim Nikhenko is one of dozens of Ukrainian soldiers who decided to surrender to the Russian army at the right time.

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