Johnson’s first minister has resigned over Partygate, according to the Guardian. Biden delighted Zelenski with new weapons, Ukrinform reports. Moscow says that every convoy of arms delivery will be considered a target, RT reports. “Friendly countries” oil “by agreement”
(illustration, The S-300 system that Slovakia sent to Ukraine last week was destroyed by a missile in Dnipropetrovsk, a city Ukrainians call Dnipro, RT reports)
After the British Prime Minister paid the fine for having a party during the restrictions due to the pandemic, the first minister from the government resigned. Biden delighted Zelenski with a new package of aid in weapons worth 800 million dollars. Moscow has warned that any arms transport in Ukraine will be considered a legitimate target. Russia will give oil to “friendly countries” at more favorable prices. Vučić also decides on the markets.
First resignation because of Partygate
“Johnson faces three more fines for parties,” is the main headline in the Guardian. The British Prime Minister could face three more penalties for non-compliance with restrictions due to Kovid-19, while his first minister has already resigned due to the so-called “Partygate” scandal. Conservative rival and Minister of Justice David Wolfson resigned yesterday, after Johnson and Minister Rishi Sunak received a decree on a fixed amount of fines for having a party in the cabinet, despite the measures against the pandemic. Sir Wolfson said he was leaving not only because of Johnson’s incident, but also because of “the official response to what happened.” Behavior, he said, was in stark contrast to what was happening in society, where people followed rules to the detriment of privacy, while others were persecuted for similar, often less important, trivial acts.
The main photo on the first page shows the arrested activist taken away by the police, who was part of the protest against global warming and climate change.
At the bottom of the page was the announcement of the text entitled “Jersey froze Abramovic’s 5.4 billion pounds”. The paper explains that he had more than 5.4 frozen assets, as well as 12 luxury properties – including a villa on the French Riviera of more than 100 square meters, where King Edward VIII once rested, after which it was taken over by the French government.
Approved weapons package for Kyiv
An independent expert body at the OSCE has issued the first report on violations of international and human rights, and war crimes of Russian troops in Ukraine, the Ukrainian state news agency Ukrinform reports. More than 100 pages of the OSCE document state that clear forms of behavior in violation of the international law of Russian troops have been found in several cases. According to this report, it is not convincing that so many civilians were killed and wounded and that so many civilian buildings, such as houses, cultural institutions, schools, etc., were destroyed, and that Russia complied with its obligations under international law. “The undertaking to take Mariupol is an extreme example,” the OSCE said.
In another news, Ukrinform reports that the Joe Biden administration approved an additional package of security aid to Ukraine worth 800 million dollars in order to defend itself from Russian aggression. After a telephone conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Biden said that he had informed him of this decision, and that the new shipment would contain “highly efficient systems and new capacity for a wider attack that we expect Russia to launch in eastern Ukraine.”
Russian attackers are systematically targeting infrastructure in Kharkov and Zaporozhye. The enemy is ready to launch an attack in the direction of Donetsk and Tavria, according to a special report from the field.
Delivery of weapons will be the target
“Secure stockpiles of weapons … have helped Putin fail in his initial idea to take over and conquer Ukraine. “Now there is no rest,” said Joe Biden on the occasion of the new aid in weapons for Kiev, and the Russian state news agency RT reports. Citing the details of his statement, and the type of weapon in question, the agency also reminds that Russia warned NATO that any convoys of delivering weapons and equipment to Ukraine would be considered legitimate military targets. The S-300 system that Slovakia sent to Ukraine last week was destroyed by a projectile in Dnepropetrovsk, a city that Ukrainians call Dnipro.
In another text, RT quotes the words of the Russian Minister of Defense, who warned that Moscow has so far refrained from attacking Ukrainian decision-makers, “but if Kiev continues with attempts at sabotage and attacks within Russia, this will change.” “We are witnessing an attack by the Ukrainian army on plants on Russian territory. “If this continues, the Russian Army will strike at the command centers, including Kiev – something we have refrained from doing so far,” said ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov. Although he did not say what the attacks on Russia were, RT reported that an increased threat of terrorism was announced on Monday in three regions bordering Ukraine – Bryansk, Kursk and Belgorod, as well as in several municipalities in Krasnodar, Voronezh and Crimea.
Oil for friends “by agreement”
Aleksandar Vučić responded to Đukanović and Kurti, Politika writes, with the title “They are not hyenas, but flies of the world”. “For the last six months, there has been an” accelerated campaign of branding Serbia, which comes from certain foreign centers of power and parts of the region that always sees its success in the failure and failure of our country, “the president said.
At the top of the page was the headline “Moscow will sell oil to friends by agreement”. In the midst of the West’s frantic lobbying against Russian energy sources, the world’s leading oil exporter came out on Tuesday with a selective offer to barrel buyers, which seems to be difficult to refuse, the paper states. Namely, Moscow, as the Russian Minister of Energy Nikolai Shulginov told the daily Izvestia, is ready to cooperate with “friendly countries” and sell them its oil and oil derivatives “in any price range”.
Vučić also decides on the markets
Traders who sell goods on stalls have blocked Belgrade because they do not want to have fiscal cash registers, Danas writes under the headline “The president also decides on sellers from the market”. “We are one of the pillars on which the state stands. “Is the goal to be abolished and the state not get anything from us?” Representatives of traders asked at the protest. Yesterday, those gathered were told that their three-member delegation would be received by the President of Serbia. Traffic in the wider center of the capital collapsed due to protests.
A separate text, also at the top of the page, states that Telekom Srbija is planning large borrowings by issuing Eurobonds. The title of the text is “Half a billion euros for development or the Premier League?”. Dušan Nikezić says that over a billion and a half euros of new debt went to overpaid investments in party cable operators, party media and transmission rights. Vladimir Lucic points out that the money will be invested in the development of optical infrastructure, mobile network and expansion abroad.
Source: Balkan Magazin – Aktuelnosti by www.balkanmagazin.net.
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