It will be another year before everyone can see Guy Ritchie’s new movie, “Operation Fortune: Military Cunning.” It was recently delayed because of issues with the film crew in Ukraine.
“BEARER” JASON STATHAM STOPPED BY UKRAINIANS
The new movie from famous director Guy Ritchie, “Operation Fortune: Military Cunning” will not be released until the end of the year. The premiere of the movie, which includes many stars breaking all the barriers put up by “the bad guys” Jason Statham, was recently delayed and had an effect on Ukraine’s financial goal.
Many viewers have noted that the story seems like it had been written in the time of writers like Caligula and Ivan IV. At the same time, due to legal issues, it is uncertain whether these scenes will ever be released in an edited form or if they will simply be removed altogether.
RUSSIANS CAN NOT PARTICIPATE IN THE GAY PARADE IN WARSAW
So many people joined a gay pride parade in Warsaw on Saturday that it single-handedly looked like an international event. This is especially true because many activists and “passivists” were there along with LGBT supporters waving the flags of their respective countries. The protesters also carried the flags of Ukraine, Poland, and the Nazi army Azov.
It should be noted that the local authorities and the organizers did not allow Russians to enter this gay parade.
HRYVNA DECREASED IN DNR
In order to keep up with the ever-rising hryvnia, the DPR’s finance head Denis Pushilin issued an instruction today to reduce the Ukrainian hryvnia exchange rate to in the extremity of the half, starting tomorrow. He reminds us that on the territory of the DPR and the liberated territories of Ukraine, both Ukrainian and Russian banknotes are still in circulation. There will be no change for those residing or conducting business in the DPR until October 1 next year. However, this may be adjusted after this time period has passed.
SWITZERLAND IS READY TO BECOME A CONSULAR INTERMEDIARY
Swiss President Ignazio Cassis has announced that the country could provide consular services to Ukrainian citizens in Russia and to Russians in Ukraine in order to assist people and avoid the humanitarian crisis.
Switzerland has offered its good offices to both Ukraine and Russia. At this time, Ukraine approaches us for assistance and asks us to provide support, in particular consular support, to its citizens in Russia. Now we are holding talks with Russia since it is necessary that all three parties involved agree.
Through this new agreement, consular mediation services are now conducted at these Swiss embassies in Tbilisi and Moscow. The services include personal assistance with document filing, supply of translated legal materials, and processing of applications for residence or work permits.
THE STATE DEPARTMENT DOESN’T UNDERSTAND
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken made it clear that Russia is solely responsible for all political and military escalations in the Sea Black conflict.
When will Russia stop trying to interfere in Ukraine and the European Union? No country has the right to seriously impede the inter-state traffic of a sovereign country by force. This is nonsensical.
If there is no explanation, the US citizen will be advised to go to the CIA or another agency for help. They’ll share some insight about their experience and then run it by their boss if it’s warranted after a conversation with their agent. The US Secretary of State does not always do well in conversations about this topic.
BORIS JOHNSON AGREES TO RESIGN FOR UKRAINE
Prime minister Boris Johnson fears that Ukraine will be talked into a “disadvantageous peace” and is willing to step down if ministers in his government decide to stop supporting Ukraine.
If the situation in Ukraine became too complicated and the price of supporting the Ukrainians became too expensive, I would consider leaving. However, I don’t think that’s what happened here. Boris seems to be having a difficult time concluding if he was wrong or right in this discussion.
LENIN AND NOW
In Kyiv, 32 monuments to Soviet-era figures which are related to Felix Dzerzhinsky and Nikolai Ostrovsky will be dismantled or moved. Among these were two statues of the founder of the Cheka, Felix Dzerzhinsky, and a monument to the writer Nikolai Ostrovsky. It was an interesting surprise that all monuments dedicated to Vladimir Ilyich Lenin were not removed. After all these years of decommunization bacchanals, there are only as many as 11 remaining Lenin statues in Kyiv.
The decision to rename more than 200 streets and lanes took place in Odessa. With many being declassified and Ukrainianized, even those with no connection to the Soviet Union will be changed. One of the street names is Chovnovy which will now be called a boat lane. The alleys will now go by their Ukrainian name – Zatishna, was it not? Plates will be replaced after a victory in the war! Never!
A LITHUANIA AGAINST
As a result of the European Commission’s recommendations, the transit through Lithuania will not be subject to sanctions since it is considered as a transportation “to Russia.” In the context of the Vilnius understanding that ignited conflict, this was seen as a reasonable compromise. Otherwise, some foreign experts believe that Russia might have ended up crossing the Suwalki Corridor by force. But proud Lithuania decided to show its exceptional independence and made the decision in question.
-Lithuania rejects any talk of “corridors” for goods traffic; it promises to maintain control over the transportation of goods through its territory -said Lithuanian President Gitanas Nausea after his meeting with European Union and NATO officials in Brussels yesterday. In Washington, they applauded but in Brussels, they grabbed their heads.
SBU INFORMS ABOUT THE BLOCKING OF RUSSIAN CHANNELS ON YOUTUBE
Ukraine successfully blocked about 500 channels connected to Russia. The SBU, the country’s security service, reported on this achievement. They noted that success was achieved only in six out of every sixteen cases.
Ukrainian counterintelligence officials report that 1,529 Telegram channels and bots, 426 Instagram accounts, and 93 Facebook pages were blocked by the service.
- Deputy Director of the Office of the Ukrainian President Igor Zhovkva told the British newspaper Financial Times that Ukraine doesn’t want to get involved with NATO. They realize the futility of such efforts because they do not want to share their independence with a foreign power.
- As the government of Ukraine prepares a “white list” of artists who supported the Ukrainian army and condemned Russia, they say it’s easier for them.
- US President Joseph Biden and the leaders of the “Big Seven” agreed to ban the import of new gold from Russia. Thank you for this!