Day 315 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Expectations of New Russian Mobilization

Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:

"France will answer for this!" An angry Rogozin sent the French embassy a letter and a piece of shrapnel that wounded him

The former head of Roscosmos, Dmitry Rogozin, sent an angry letter to the French embassy in Moscow, accompanied by a shell fragment, and threatened the French with bear responsibility for the attack in Donetsk in which he was injured, NEXTA reported. Rogozin was struck while celebrating his birthday, and according to various sources, Ukrainian shrapnel hit him in the head, back and "south of the back" in the buttocks. The letter does not make it clear from which part of Rogozin's body geography the piece of metal was removed. The fault of the French lies in this: the attack was carried out with a French-made Caesar howitzer.

21 Dicembre:a #Donetsk,secondo quanto riferito,c'è stato un attacco ad un ristorante dove Dmitry #Rogozin,ex vice 1o ministro della #Russia per la difesa e l'industria spaziale ed ex capo di Roscosmos,festeggiava il suo compleanno. --> [1/2] #UkraineRussiaWar #UkraineWar #Ukraine

— Fabrizio Mura (@fabry_il_bomber) December 26, 2022

The letter, distributed by NEXTA, is addressed to Paris's ambassador to Russia, Pierre Levy, and begins in a diplomatic tone, recalling Rogozin and Levy's joint walks on Borodino Field and Baikonur. After that, the tone cools down and the author of the correspondence talks about the deplorable position of France and NATO in "cultivating a military threat along the Russian borders", which led to a tragic outcome (the war in Ukraine).

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