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ECONOMY-FINANCE

Russia now controls at least $12.4 trillion worth of Ukraine's crucial natural coffers.

Source: https//www.facebook.com/1612694142387226/posts/pfbid05rec1xadqZKJWfpGvfZVMJRs4cGLZz7Jk9gCsSaPCz3XpEqMcAXhdnQxCLkVPgSdl/?app=fbl Russia now controls$12.4 trillion worth of Ukraine's crucial natural coffers, according to an analysis for The Washington Post by SecDev. Still, Kyiv would permanently lose nearly two- thirds of its deposits, If the Kremlin succeeds in adding Ukrainian land seized during Russia's irruption.

  5 days ago ago
Russia now controls at least $12.4 trillion worth of Ukraine's crucial natural coffers.

POLITICS

Putin’s days in office numbered after Kremlin insider warned, ‘It’s the beginning of end'

With his invasion of Ukraine, VLADIMIR PUTIN may have prematurely ended his political career, despite a Kremlin insider's earlier warning that it was the "beginning of the end" for his rule. Volodymyr Zelensky, president of Ukraine, has made an effort to rally his troops after declaring his desire to "soon" put an end to the conflict with Russia.

  6 days ago ago
Putin’s days in office numbered after Kremlin insider warned, ‘It’s the beginning of end'

MILITARY

American Himars rockets in Ukraine must be destroyed, Russian generals told their soldiers

As the first formal acknowledgement of their catastrophic impact on Russia's military preparations, the Kremlin has instructed its soldiers to priorities eliminating US long-range artillery in Ukraine. The order was given by Sergei Shoigu, the Russian defense minister, not long after reports surfaced that US Himars had destroyed another ammo stockpile in Russian-occupied Kherson.

  29 days ago ago
American Himars rockets in Ukraine must be destroyed, Russian generals told their soldiers

MILITARY

Beyond the artillery and bombs: Ukrainian smart hackers are also winning the cyberwar against Russia

Ukraine has long served as Russia's "cyberwarfare sandbox," where the Kremlin tests out new tactics and malware strains. According to Ukrainian officials, since Russia began a full-scale invasion of the nation on February 24, attacks against civilian and military institutions as well as communications and energy infrastructure have increased by a factor of three.

  1 month ago ago
Beyond the artillery and bombs: Ukrainian smart hackers are also winning the cyberwar against Russia

MILITARY

'No weapon like it', Putin issues ominous hypersonic missile threat in Navy Day speech

In the same speech in which he detailed plans to equip the Russian fleet with hypersonic missile systems, Vladimir Putin offered a stern warning to the western world. The annual Russian ceremonial occasion known as Navy Day was utilized by President Putin as an opportunity to convey an ominous threat regarding the employment of hypersonic missile weapons against NATO nations.

  17 days ago ago
'No weapon like it', Putin issues ominous hypersonic missile threat in Navy Day speech

MILITARY

No one can win a nuclear war, it shouldn’t start – Putin

In a nuclear war, there could be no winners, according to Russian President Vladimir Putin, who stated that such a fight should never be launched. Group Uba More than five months into his assault on Ukraine, the leader of the Kremlin made the remark in a letter to attendees of a conference on the NPT.

  16 days ago ago
No one can win a nuclear war, it shouldn’t start – Putin

MILITARY

We are running out of weapons: Russia finally admits as Ukraine continue to demolish the invaders

After President Vladimir Putin's government developed a draught of a federal law that would enable the country to quickly repair weapons and military equipment, the Russian government finally admitted that it is running out of weapons to use in the conflict in Ukraine. This admission came about for the first time ever.

  1 month ago ago
We are running out of weapons: Russia finally admits as Ukraine continue to demolish the invaders

POLITICS

'Russia in deficit' Moment Blinken dismantles Putin’s 'stable economy' spin - 'Not true'

Antony Blinken, the Secretary of State for the United States of America, disputed Vladimir Putin's claims that the Russian economy is "doing just well." The Kremlin under Vladimir Putin has been spreading the narrative that Russia's economy is thriving in spite of the increasing number of economic sanctions imposed by the West, most notably the declining volume of oil exports.

  19 days ago ago
'Russia in deficit' Moment Blinken dismantles Putin’s 'stable economy' spin - 'Not true'

MILITARY

Russia Stages Nuclear Drills With Intercontinental Missiles Capable of Hitting Britain

In a forest in western Siberia, Russian President Vladimir Putin has conducted nuclear war games using his road-launched intercontinental Yars missiles. Because the missiles have a range of 7,500 miles, it would be possible for them to strike anyplace in Europe, including Great Britain. The nuclear test took place just a few hours after Dmitry Medvedev, a former president of Russia and the current head of the country's Security Council, issued a nuclear threat on behalf of the Kremlin.

  1 month ago ago
Russia Stages Nuclear Drills With Intercontinental Missiles Capable of Hitting Britain

MILITARY

Russian army needs 34,000 more soldiers to restore full force in Ukraine

To repair its battered forces in Ukraine, the Kremlin has reportedly ordered a "voluntary mobilization" of up to 34,000 soldiers by the end of the month. The recruitment drive is a part of an effort to get Russians ready for war without fully mobilizing the country, which Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia, has decided is politically hazardous.

  1 month ago ago
Russian army needs 34,000 more soldiers to restore full force in Ukraine

MILITARY

Russia destroys Ukrainian warship and Harpoon missiles in 'high precision' strike on Odesa port

The Kremlin is accused of violating the grain deal in order to carry out the strike, although it asserts that it exclusively attacked "military objectives." The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has asserted that a missile assault that took place on Saturday near Odesa struck a Ukrainian vessel and a Harpoon anti-ship missile system rather than grain facilities.

  24 days ago ago
Russia destroys Ukrainian warship and Harpoon missiles in 'high precision' strike on Odesa port

POLITICS

Desperate Putin authorises over 100 new laws in a day

According to the reports, Vladimir Putin has been labeled "desperate" after he authorized over one hundred new laws in just one day, one of which included the creation of a youth group that was modeled after Hitler. While the Kremlin is preoccupied with fighting a physical war in Ukraine, it is also continuing its war against the internet and so-called "foreign influences" in Russia.

  1 month ago ago
Desperate Putin authorises over 100 new laws in a day

ECONOMY-FINANCE

How Putin Is Squeezing Europe by the Balls

The largest pipeline that is still capable of transporting gas from Russia to Europe was shut down for repair on Monday. Will Russia finally back down in response to Europe's continued backing for Ukraine? The tap on Europe's largest gas pipeline, which brings Russian gas into the union, was shut off at six in the morning on Monday for 10 days of maintenance, and nearly no one thinks that it will be switched back on as scheduled.

  1 month ago ago
How Putin Is Squeezing Europe by the Balls

POLITICS

Putin admits Western sanctions are causing Russia 'colossal' problems

Topic: Putin admits Western sanctions are causing Russia 'colossal' problems and says country 'cannot develop in isolation from the rest of the world' Source by:https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11024657/amp/Putin-admits-Western-sanctions-causing-Russia-colossal-problems.html According to the Kremlin boss, the West's sanctions have cut Russia off from vital technological products.

  1 month ago ago
Putin admits Western sanctions are causing Russia 'colossal' problems

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Russia defaulted for the first time in a century - what does it now mean?

Russia defaulted on its outside sovereign bonds without precedent for a really long period, the finish of ever-harder Western endorses that shut initial investment courses to abroad banks. For a really long time, Russia had found ways around the punishments forced after the Kremlin's intrusion of Ukraine.

  1 month ago ago
Russia defaulted for the first time in a century - what does it now mean?

POLITICS

Ramaphosa Calls Putin Again

The Presidency has verified that Russian President Vladimir Putin and South African President Cyril Ramaphosa spoke on the phone on Wednesday to discuss food security, according to reports from the Kremlin press agency. The call took place, according to Ramaphosa's spokesperson, Vincent Magwenya, who told News24 on Friday morning that the two presidents discussed trade and investment concerns.

  2 months ago ago
Ramaphosa Calls Putin Again

MILITARY

We are running out of weapons: Russia finally admits as Ukraine continue to demolish the invaders

The Russian government has admitted that it is running out of weapons to use in the conflict in Ukraine. This admission comes after President Vladimir Putin's government drafted a federal law that would allow the country to quickly repair weapons and military equipment. This was a first-time confession.

  1 month ago ago
We are running out of weapons: Russia finally admits as Ukraine continue to demolish the invaders

POLITICS

Putin humiliated as Kremlin officials plot replacement, No one is satisfied with him they said

According to the claims, KREMLIN OFFICIALS are conspiring to remove Vladimir Putin from his position as president and are debating suitable candidates to fill his shoes. According to a source within the Russian government who spoke with the Russian-Latvian publication Meduza, officials from the Kremlin and other members of Russia's elite have turned against Putin.

  2 months ago ago
Putin humiliated as Kremlin officials plot replacement, No one is satisfied with him they said

POLITICS

Ramaphosa calls Putin to discuss food and fertiliser supplies after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine scr

The Presidency has insisted that President Cyril Ramaphosa had a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday. The two bosses inspected the possible movement of Russian agrarian things and manures to Africa, including South Africa. According to Ramaphosa's delegate the conversation happened before the looming BRICS most noteworthy point.

  1 month ago ago
Ramaphosa calls Putin to discuss food and fertiliser supplies after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine scr

DIGITAL-TECHNOLOGY

Google Russia is about to sign for BANKRUPTCY

Google's Russian auxiliary intends to declare financial insolvency after the specialists held onto its ledger, making it difficult to carry on tasks, an organization representative said on Wednesday. Google has been feeling the squeeze in Russia for a really long time for neglecting to erase content Moscow considers unlawful and for confining admittance to a few Russian media on YouTube, however the Kremlin has up to this point avoided obstructing admittance to its foundation.

  2 months ago ago
Google Russia is about to sign for BANKRUPTCY