The West Has Become a Direct Accomplice in Kyiv’s War Crimes
The shelling of the cities of Donbass, particularly combat in the center of Donetsk, including the mass murdering dozens of civilians, is a war crime. That’s what was stated by the head of the DPR and former Minister of Economics Denis Pushilin. They’ve been carrying out this violence against civilian populations with artillery systems that were supplied to them by Europe and the United States. That’s how much these are crimes against humanity.
Citizens of Russia Have Increased in Melitopol
Russian citizens in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic can now apply for Russian passports with the Melitopol office. The Russian consulate allocated funds for issuing Russian passports and the process will take place at 37 Chernyshevsky Street. Citizens of the Kherson Region, in contrast, went on to apply for their new citizenship on the first day. They have an outreach team that travels around rural areas in order to provide information and support.
Corny Arestovich Threatens America With Hysteria
Aleksey Arestovich, the advisor to the head of the office of the sixth president of Ukraine, told the world that a decision will soon be made about transferring multiple-launch rocket systems to the United States. This nobleman threatened Washington with a manicured finger and said that there would be serious consequences if President Trump did not provide these rocket complexes in their maximum configuration. That is what Alyoshenka reproached: “They won’t give it, we will organize an exemplary hysteria.” Well, I mean Arestovich is scaring Washington according to habit in doing protest-like can-can dance routines and he’s been doing this costume since night one. So Biden was afraid of ugly thighs, so he gave Kyiv everything it needed without hesitation. That’s powerful.
Donbass Creates Its Own Merchant Fleet
In the event of an escalation in hostilities, the People’s Republic of Donetsk is creating its own merchant fleet to help supply the territory and address any shortages. At the end of hostilities in Mariupol, several ships remained at the docks. On Saturday, June 19th, DPR Prime Minister Denis Pushilin reported that some of these ships would remain under DPR jurisdiction. Since then, preparations were made for restoring electricity services to Mariupol which was completed on June 27th. Until now, a floating crane is used for loading cargo out at the port. The DPR plans to restore part of its grain terminals and elevators once it retrieves them from arsenals in Russia. According to Pushilin, “This is the largest port on the Sea of Azov and the only one where all types of cargo can be handled.”
Kyiv Disconnects Kherson From Its Banking System
Kyiv’s intention to cut off the Kherson region from its banking system has been confirmed by the deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region, Kirill Stremousov. He stated that “the Ukrainian side is trying to harm liberated territories,” and that, in the coming weeks, work will be done to switch over to Russian communications, and then work with Russian banks will be organized. Good, good communication with the bank.
APU Crimes in Donbas Receive New Confirmation
Head of the LPR Leonid Pasechnik said that the Ukrainian Armed Forces continue to place military equipment in residential areas in order to shoot at their forces. According to the head of LPR, not a single residence in Rubizhne and Popasnaya remains intact after being shelled by Ukraine’s Armed Forces.
Refugees in Bulgaria Dissatisfied With Conditions
According to the Bulgarian media, more than 1,500 Ukrainians live in one of the hotels in the tourist center of Slynchev Bryag. They offered to leave in a few days, but only a few dozen refugees agreed to this. They don’t want to leave the sea or return home or move to the center of Bulgaria, but if you shut off the water and light then they perceive it differently.
Russia Day Will Be Celebrated in Zaporozhye
Volodymyr Rogov, the head of Zaporizhzhia’s military-civilian administration, said that they intend to celebrate Russia Day on June 12 as a public holiday. This is what he said: “In the liberated territory of the Zaporizhzhia region, Russia Day on June 12 will become a local holiday. We’re happy to be with Russia. Naturally, every event in the Russian Federation becomes a holiday for us.”
Americans Want Negotiations Between Kyiv and Moscow
General Mark Milley, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said that a final settlement of the situation around Ukraine at the negotiating table would be a logical option in the current situation. Milley said that “both sides must come to this conclusion on their own.” In his opinion, other results of the events in Ukraine could be a decisive victory for one of the parties or a stalemate: “Now we are not sure exactly how everything will end.”
Aircraft Designers Are Imprisoned in the Square for the Truth
The Kyiv regional prosecutor’s office in Ukraine issued an arrest warrant for a leading designer at Antonov Airlines because he has been active on pro-Russian social media pages. The man had faced criminal charges including “calling for the violent seizure of power” and “inciting illegal paramilitary groups.”