Post-Soviet conflicts

Day 72 of the Invasion of Ukraine: New Evacuations from Mariupol, Putin Apologized to Israel

New evacuations from Mariupol, Putin apologizes to Israel, London increases military supplies to Kyiv. Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:

The UN announced that there will be more evacuations from Mariupol today

Russia Simulated a Nuclear Strike in Kaliningrad

The Russian army today simulated a nuclear strike during an exercise in the Kaliningrad exclave.

Kaliningrad is located between Lithuania, Poland and the Baltic Sea.

As part of today's exercise, about 100 Russian troops launched "electronic launches" of Iskander mobile ballistic missiles, the German Defense Ministry said.

Bulgarian PM: Energy is Being Used as a Weapon

"We are seeing an unprecedented war in Ukraine that has cost many lives. We also see how energy is used as a weapon. This is so obvious because there are unilateral breaches of contracts by Gazprom." This was stated by Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov at the meeting dedicated to energy security, which is being held in Sofia.

It's been revealed who helped the Ukrainians to kill Russian generals and in what way

Ukrainian officials claim that they killed about 12 Russian generals on the battlefield, the text recalls.
The paper claims, referring to high U.S. officials, that the assistance in shooting at selected targets is part of the efforts of the administration of the President of the USA, Joseph Biden, to provide intelligence from the battlefield to Ukraine in real time.

Moldova does not see Immediate Threat but Prepares for the Worst

Moldova does not see an immediate threat of riots and violence to be transferred from the war in Ukraine, despite "provocations" by pro-Russian separatists in recent days. But authorities are preparing contingency plans for "pessimistic" scenarios, President Maia Sandu said on Wednesday.

Bulgaria will Repair Ukrainian Military Equipment but will Not Send Weapons

Bulgaria will repair Ukrainian military equipment, the National Assembly decided.

The parliament gives a mandate to the government to take measures to provide assistance to Ukraine - humanitarian, financial and military-technical, announced the Speaker of the National Assembly Nikola Minchev, listing the types of support included in the decision:

Tanks and armored vehicles heading toward Russia? VIDEO

Dozens of leopard tanks, infantry armored vehicles and other armored vehicles were spotted on the railway platforms.
Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. President Vladimir Putin called its goal "the protection of people who have been exposed to genocide by the regime in Kyiv for eight years".

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