Poland National Defense Prepares for 'Spy Balloon' Poland National Defense Prepares for 'Spy Balloon'

Poland National Defense Prepares for 'Spy Balloon'

Poland National Defense Prepares for 'Spy Balloon'  Poland's Ministry of National Defense announced on Twitter that it had recorded in the country's airspace the appearance of an air object that had arrived from Belarus, which "may be a surveillance balloon."  "The Air Operations Center recorded the appearance of an object in the airspace of Poland from Belarus. According to the Air Operations Center, this is probably a control balloon. Radar contact was lost in the Rybina region," the ministry said.  According to the ministry, "the commander of the operational headquarters decided to engage the forces on duty for the territorial defense to search for the target."  Witold Seurat, a spokesman for the regional defense forces, confirmed to the Rabina news agency that a search party had been sent to the Ribena district of the Kojavian Pomeranian county.  "A ground search and rescue detachment of the regional defense forces began operating. It was sent to the area. It became affiliated to the operational command of the armed forces. We have information about a balloon in the air that disappeared from the radar in the Rebin area. The incident took place at night," Sora was quoted by Novosti news agency as saying.           Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky arrives in Rome to meet with the leadership of Italy and the Pope  Rainews24 reported that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has arrived in Rome, where he will meet with the Italian president and prime minister later on Saturday.  The channel added that the Italian Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Antonio Taiani, received Zelensky at Ciampino Airport. Zelensky is then expected to go to a meeting with the country's president, Sergio Mattarella, after which he will hold talks with Prime Minister Gjorgia Meloni. In the afternoon he will receive Pope Francis Zelensky.  For its part, the newspaper "La Repubblica" said that Zelensky may stay in Rome overnight to travel to Berlin in the morning.  The Italian police tightened security measures in Rome in light of the arrival of the President of Ukraine and organized a no-fly zone in the center of the capital. Separate areas of the city are controlled by dog ​​handlers, snipers and military engineers. The sewage system, parks and the Tiber River are still being monitored. In total, about 1,000 security personnel are involved in ensuring security in the city.          Britain London's police chief Mark Rowley defends his forces' response to a protest that accompanied the king King Charles III coronation  London Police Commissioner Mark Rowley has defended his department from complaints about a harsh response by his forces to protesters during the coronation of King Charles III, saying the intervention was to prevent "gross disorder and criminality".  Mark Rowley said his troops responded to "rapidly evolving intelligence," suggesting that the protests could have affected the safety and security of last Saturday's coronation events.  Responding to questions from Mayor Sadiq Khan, Rowley said in a letter that what raised concerns were indications that protesters planned to use large sound devices that could panic horses and disrupt the procession between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.  "Had our officers not acted on reasonable grounds on the evidence before them at the time and the potential risks of the event, there would now have been more serious questions to answer about the event... Serious and reliable intelligence has told us that the risks were very real," the commissioner wrote.  Rowley noted that peaceful demonstrations were allowed to continue, including a large group of anti-royalty protesters along Parade Road in the other side's square, adding: "Demonstration was not prohibited, and while we said our tolerance for disruption of coronation ceremonies was low, it was not zero." ".  Rowley's assessment came after it emerged that Alice Chambers, a supporter of the monarchy who had been waiting along the parade route hoping to see the new king, was arrested and held for 13 hours simply because she was standing too close to protesters in central London on Saturday.  Alice Chambers called on the police department to put in place new procedures to prevent a recurrence of the incident.  In contrast, anti-monarchy groups, environmental activists and civil liberties organizations have accused the police, and Britain's Conservative government, of stifling the right to protest by using newly enacted police powers to suppress peaceful but disruptive demonstrations on Coronation Day.  Republic, a group seeking to replace the king with an elected president, also vowed to take legal action.  The UK's Public Order Act, which was introduced in response to recent environmental protests that disrupted transport across the country, was recently passed in the UK, allowing police to search protesters for items such as padlocks and glue, and allowing sentences of up to 12 months in prison for protesters who shut down. Roads or interfere with the "national infrastructure", as the new rules came into force three days before the coronation.            Chechen Ahmed's special forces commander: No matter how many missiles are transferred to Ukraine war, they will not change the situation  The commander of the Chechen "Ahmed" special forces, Apte Alaudinov, stated that there is "not such a number of missiles" that Kiev could get to change the situation on the line of contact.  Troops commander Zelensky sends a secret message to his Western allies about the fate of the Ukrainian counterattack Alaudinov wrote on his channel on "Telegram": "Let's face it: they cannot give Ukraine such a number of missiles that can change the outcome of the war. Yes, the enemy will receive an infinite number of missiles, and they will hit certain areas. But we also do not guard fields." Atoms. We are ready and prepared."  The commander of Ahmed's forces added that "the new tanks that were delivered to Ukraine burn as beautifully as the old tanks."  "For the maintenance and repair of these tanks, Ukraine will have to spend all foreign loans. However, this is very good for us," he said.  Alaudinov stressed, "The most important thing is that the enemy does not have such resources that could change the outcome of this war in his favor. The forces and means that are being gathered today in Ukraine are not sufficient to overthrow Russia. This is unequivocal."  Earlier, Britain said it had delivered "Storm Shadow" cruise missiles, which have a range of about 250 km, to Ukraine.  According to CNN, meanwhile, London has received assurances from Kiev that it will only be used on targets in territories that Ukraine considers its own, and not on "mainland" Russia.  For his part, the press secretary of the President of Russia, Dmitry Peskov, said that this matter requires an appropriate response.

Poland's Ministry of National Defense announced on Twitter that it had recorded in the country's airspace the appearance of an air object that had arrived from Belarus, which "may be a surveillance balloon."

"The Air Operations Center recorded the appearance of an object in the airspace of Poland from Belarus. According to the Air Operations Center, this is probably a control balloon. Radar contact was lost in the Rybina region," the ministry said.

According to the ministry, "the commander of the operational headquarters decided to engage the forces on duty for the territorial defense to search for the target."

Witold Seurat, a spokesman for the regional defense forces, confirmed to the Rabina news agency that a search party had been sent to the Ribena district of the Kojavian Pomeranian county.

"A ground search and rescue detachment of the regional defense forces began operating. It was sent to the area. It became affiliated to the operational command of the armed forces. We have information about a balloon in the air that disappeared from the radar in the Rebin area. The incident took place at night," Sora was quoted by Novosti news agency as saying.


Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky arrives in Rome to meet with the leadership of Italy and the Pope

Rainews24 reported that Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky has arrived in Rome, where he will meet with the Italian president and prime minister later on Saturday.

The channel added that the Italian Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Antonio Taiani, received Zelensky at Ciampino Airport. Zelensky is then expected to go to a meeting with the country's president, Sergio Mattarella, after which he will hold talks with Prime Minister Gjorgia Meloni. In the afternoon he will receive Pope Francis Zelensky.

For its part, the newspaper "La Repubblica" said that Zelensky may stay in Rome overnight to travel to Berlin in the morning.

The Italian police tightened security measures in Rome in light of the arrival of the President of Ukraine and organized a no-fly zone in the center of the capital. Separate areas of the city are controlled by dog ​​handlers, snipers and military engineers. The sewage system, parks and the Tiber River are still being monitored. In total, about 1,000 security personnel are involved in ensuring security in the city.



Britain London's police chief Mark Rowley defends his forces' response to a protest that accompanied the king King Charles III coronation

London Police Commissioner Mark Rowley has defended his department from complaints about a harsh response by his forces to protesters during the coronation of King Charles III, saying the intervention was to prevent "gross disorder and criminality".

Mark Rowley said his troops responded to "rapidly evolving intelligence," suggesting that the protests could have affected the safety and security of last Saturday's coronation events.

Responding to questions from Mayor Sadiq Khan, Rowley said in a letter that what raised concerns were indications that protesters planned to use large sound devices that could panic horses and disrupt the procession between Buckingham Palace and Westminster Abbey.

"Had our officers not acted on reasonable grounds on the evidence before them at the time and the potential risks of the event, there would now have been more serious questions to answer about the event... Serious and reliable intelligence has told us that the risks were very real," the commissioner wrote.

Rowley noted that peaceful demonstrations were allowed to continue, including a large group of anti-royalty protesters along Parade Road in the other side's square, adding: "Demonstration was not prohibited, and while we said our tolerance for disruption of coronation ceremonies was low, it was not zero." ".

Rowley's assessment came after it emerged that Alice Chambers, a supporter of the monarchy who had been waiting along the parade route hoping to see the new king, was arrested and held for 13 hours simply because she was standing too close to protesters in central London on Saturday.

Alice Chambers called on the police department to put in place new procedures to prevent a recurrence of the incident.

In contrast, anti-monarchy groups, environmental activists and civil liberties organizations have accused the police, and Britain's Conservative government, of stifling the right to protest by using newly enacted police powers to suppress peaceful but disruptive demonstrations on Coronation Day.

Republic, a group seeking to replace the king with an elected president, also vowed to take legal action.

The UK's Public Order Act, which was introduced in response to recent environmental protests that disrupted transport across the country, was recently passed in the UK, allowing police to search protesters for items such as padlocks and glue, and allowing sentences of up to 12 months in prison for protesters who shut down. Roads or interfere with the "national infrastructure", as the new rules came into force three days before the coronation.



Chechen Ahmed's special forces commander : No matter how many missiles are transferred to Ukraine war, they will not change the situation

The commander of the Chechen "Ahmed" special forces, Apte Alaudinov, stated that there is "not such a number of missiles" that Kiev could get to change the situation on the line of contact.

Troops commander Zelensky sends a secret message to his Western allies about the fate of the Ukrainian counterattack
Alaudinov wrote on his channel on "Telegram": "Let's face it: they cannot give Ukraine such a number of missiles that can change the outcome of the war. Yes, the enemy will receive an infinite number of missiles, and they will hit certain areas. But we also do not guard fields." Atoms. We are ready and prepared."

The commander of Ahmed's forces added that "the new tanks that were delivered to Ukraine burn as beautifully as the old tanks."

"For the maintenance and repair of these tanks, Ukraine will have to spend all foreign loans. However, this is very good for us," he said.

Alaudinov stressed, "The most important thing is that the enemy does not have such resources that could change the outcome of this war in his favor. The forces and means that are being gathered today in Ukraine are not sufficient to overthrow Russia. This is unequivocal."

Earlier, Britain said it had delivered "Storm Shadow" cruise missiles, which have a range of about 250 km, to Ukraine.

According to CNN, meanwhile, London has received assurances from Kiev that it will only be used on targets in territories that Ukraine considers its own, and not on "mainland" Russia.

For his part, the press secretary of the President of Russia, Dmitry Peskov, said that this matter requires an appropriate response.

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