Presidents of Russia

"One Sarmat launch and Great Britain is wiped out"

Vladimir Solovyov, a well-known Russian journalist considered Putin's "belly fighter", threatened Britain today while talking to the head of the Russian Space Agency about the new, powerful RS-28 Sarmat intercontinental ballistic missile, which Russia plans to deploy to its armed forces by autumn, Daily Mail reports.

Putin has Stopped the Attack on Azovstal, Shoigu claims that Mariupol has been Captured

Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered an end to attempts to take over the Azovstal plant in Mariupol. Instead, he demanded that the siege continue and that the people inside remain blocked.

Mariupol is barely holding on, Russia is testing a ballistic missile, Wimbledon has divided the world. Here are the highlights of events in Ukraine over the past 24 hours.

Day 57 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Mariupol barely Holding on, Moscow tests Ballistic Missile, 80% of Luhansk under Russian Control

Mariupol is barely holding on, Russia is testing a ballistic missile, Wimbledon has divided the world. Here are the highlights of events in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:

Mariupol may fall in "hours"

Shoigu reported: "Mariupol liberated"; Putin: "A fly cannot pass through" VIDEO

Mariupol called Shoigu the capital of the nationalist "Azov", the city itself was liberated, but the militants remain in Azovstal, it is emphasized in the announcement of the Ministry of Defense of Russia.
He said that during the meeting in the Kremlin. According to Shoigu, Mariupol is the capital of nationalist Azov.

MiG-29 shot down; Putin signed; The attack on "Azovstal" plant launched

The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine announced this morning that the Russian forces have launched an offensive along the entire front line in the south and east of Ukraine.
It is stated that the efforts of the Russian forces are focused on capturing Mariupol and reaching the administrative border of the Kherson region, Interfax Ukraine reports.

Approval of Putin among Bulgarians is Declining but 25% still like him

The erosion in Vladimir Putin's personal rating continues. After falling to 32 percent in the early days of the war, confidence in him now drops to 25 percent and distrust jumps to 61 percent. Many people who continue to like Russia express a negative attitude towards Putin, which is a novelty for public attitudes in Bulgaria.

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