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World Ukraine-Ticken-Schetschetschetsführer Kadyrov-Checking nuclear weapons

19:20  01 october  2022
19:20  01 october  2022 Source:   berliner-zeitung.de

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01. Oct (Reuters)-Developments about war in Ukraine follow. In some cases, information cannot be checked independently. Kadyrow

4:16 p.m. - The ruler of the Russian sub -Republic of Chechnya, Ramsan Kadyrov, calls for examining the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Kadyrov criticizes the Russian commanders for the deduction from Lyman on Telegram and continues: "In my personal opinion, more drastic measures should be taken up to the imposition of war law in the border regions and the use of nuclear weapons with little explosive force."

3:59 p.m. - According to a media report, Russia announces the withdrawal of its soldiers from the strategically important city of Lyman in eastern Ukraine. The step was "in connection with the emergence of impending surrounding", the Ria news agency quotes the Russian Ministry of Defense.

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2:56 p.m. - According to a newspaper, Ukraine could deliver between six and twelve other "Caesar" tongue. These were originally intended for Denmark, reports the newspaper "Le Monde". The three states fundamentally agreed on the changed delivery, but the talks were not completed. Neither the Ministry of Defense nor the Presidential Office in Paris commented on the report. France has already delivered 18 of the Haubitzen to Ukraine, which comes from the French group Nexter.

2:41 p.m. - According to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the Russian authorities state that they have temporarily arrested the missing head of the occupied nuclear power plant Saporischschja, Ihor Muraschow. A spokesman for the IAEA initially does not provide any further information.

Russia smuggling Ukrainian grain to help pay for Putin's war

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1:31 p.m. - The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has asked Russia to provide information about the whereabouts of the missing head of the occupied nuclear power plant Saporischschja. One is in contact with the Russian authorities, says an IAEA spokesman for the Reuters news agency. The State Ukrainian Energy Agency of Energy Stand has declared that Ihor Muraschow was arrested on Friday by a Russian patrol. There is no Russian statement.

10:56 a.m. - According to Ukraine, thousands of Russian soldiers in the strategically important city of Lyman in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donetsk have been cycling. Some soldiers tried to escape the settlement, says a spokesman for the Ukrainian military. There are dead and wounded. Russia had stationed up to 5,500 soldiers there, but the number actually present there was unclear. Russia had taken Lyman, where 20,000 people lived before the war out of war, in May. Since then, Russia has expanded it into a military logistics and transport center. If Lyman falls back to Ukraine, the path would be free to deep into the other parts of Donetsk, which together with Luhansk forms the Donbass. Parts of the areas have been checking pro -Russian separatists since 2014.

Putin appoints Chechen leader Kadyrow as Colonel of General

 Putin appoints Chechen leader Kadyrow as Colonel of General in the middle of military setbacks in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has promoted the authoritarian ruler of the partial republic, Ramsan Kadyrov. The decree on his appointment has already been published, he was "incredibly grateful" for the "great appreciation", Kadyrov wrote on Wednesday in the online service Telegram. Colonel General is the third highest rank of the Russian armed forces behind Marshal and Army Economy.

09.55 a.m.- The World Bank announces further aid of $ 530 million for Ukraine. This means that the total amount of the aids provided at $ 13 billion increases. Of this, eleven billion dollars have already been called up. The World Bank had recently spoken of the fact that within three years there were probably significantly more than $ 100 billion in the reconstruction of Ukraine. In addition to the World Bank, Ukraine is also supported by other international institutions.

02.01 a.m. - The foreign policy consultant of Ukraines President Wolodymyr Selenskyj, Mykhailo Podolyak, warns of the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine. "In view of the inner panic in the Russian Federation and the increasing military defeats, the risk of using nuclear weapons increases," said Podolyak of the "Bild" newspaper according to a preliminary report. The outgoing ambassador of Ukraine in Germany, Andrij Melnyk, also sees this danger. "Right now, Germany should finally act preventively and set a clip and clear ultimatum to the Kremlin Tyrant," he told the newspaper. It was not too late to prevent this catastrophic scenario. (If you have any questions, please contact our editorial team at Berlin.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com)

Flat block flattened by Russian missile killing 17 people 'in Putin’s revenge’ .
Missile strikes in the Ukrainian city of Zaporizhzhia have killed 17 and injured dozens after Russia launched 'revenge' attacks following Kerch bridge explosion.The strikes appear to be part of a revenge attack from the Kremlin after a huge explosion destroyed part of the Kerch bridge, which links Russia to occupied Crimea.

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