You are currently viewing Ukraine War: West militarizing Southeast Asia -Russia
Russia president, Vladmir putin in China

Ukraine War: West militarizing Southeast Asia -Russia

Russian Unfamiliar Priest Sergey Lavrov says the West is “militarizing” Southeast Asia to contain Russian and Chinese interests.
Ukraine to rule the G20 plan, with Western pioneers prone to go up against Russia over its intrusion openly.

Another Russian U-turn: Moscow says the destiny of the grain manage Ukraine past November 18 is still in question.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has blamed Russia for destroying infrastructures in Kherson before to pulling out.

Will Russia’s Kherson withdrawal change the Ukraine war?

Russia has pulled out of Kherson, the main significant city caught in almost nine months of battle in Ukraine.

Following quite a while of Ukrainian advances, Russia’s military pulled out 30,000 troopers toward the east of the Dnipro waterway.

The Kremlin had just added the district six weeks sooner in a move censured globally.

Ukraine’s leader called the recover a ‘historic day’.

How should this change military procedures on the two sides?

Russia president, Vladmir putin in China
Russia president, Vladimir Putin in China

Two killed, one harmed in Donetsk: Lead representative

The legislative leader of Ukraine’s Donetsk locale says two regular people have been killed and one more injured during Russian strikes in the eastern district.

“On November 12, Russians killed two regular people in the Donetsk locale – in Bakhmut. Moreover, cops tracked down the collections of two dead during the occupation: in Yampol and in Yarovaya,” Pavlo Kyrylenko said in a message on Wire.

Kyrylenko likewise announced that one individual was harmed because of strikes in the district.

“It is at present difficult to decide the specific number of casualties in Mariupol and Volnovakha,” Kyrylenko added.

Ukraine police explore conceivable atrocities in Kherson

The Ukrainian police have approached inhabitants to assist with recognizing partners with Russian powers during the eight-month control of Kherson.

Ukrainian cops got back to the city alongside open telecom administrations following the takeoff of Russian soldiers.

The public police head of Ukraine, Ihor Klymenko, said around 200 officials were working in the city, setting up designated spots and archiving proof of conceivable atrocities.

Humanitarian catastrophe in Kherson: Ukraine official

As Ukrainian powers merged their hang on Kherson, specialists mulled over the overwhelming undertaking of getting out hazardous gadgets and reestablishing essential public administrations in the city.

One Ukrainian authority portrayed the circumstance in Kherson as “a helpful disaster”. The leftover occupants in the city are said to need water, medication and food.
There are deficiencies of key nuts and bolts, for example, bread in light of an absence of power.

Photographs via virtual entertainment showed Ukrainian activists eliminating commemoration plaques set up by Russian-supported occupation specialists.

A Wire post by Yellow Lace, the Ukrainian obstruction development in the involved regions, showed two individuals in a recreation area bringing down plaques envisioning Soviet-period military figures.


Tadese Faforiji

I am Tadese Faforiji, a history student of the prestigious Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State- 21st-century University, properly called. I am a blogger and an avid writer.