The Russian president did not call for new victims and mobilization, the New York Times reports. The leader of the Labor Party has promised to resign if he is punished for beer during the covid measures, the Guardian reports. Ukrainian services expect Russian sabotage in the chemical industry, Ukrinform reports. The EU is in debt because of Kiev, RT writes. Putin’s picture was worn in Belgrade on Victory Day, Danas reports
(illustration, Pristina uses the Ukrainian crisis to provoke, writes Politika)

Addressing Red Square on Victory Day, the Russian president spoke cautiously about the Ukrainian war, without calling for new casualties or mobilization. The leader of the Labor Party in Britain has promised to resign if he is punished for drinking beer during covid measures. Ukrainians warn that Russians are preparing sabotage in the chemical industry. The European Union is using funds to help Kiev, the same patterns of borrowing as to help with the pandemic. Putin’s painting was worn in Belgrade on Victory Day.

Putin is cautious in his address

The main photo on the front page of the New York Times shows Ukrainians carrying flowers to memorial sites dedicated to World War II Victory Day, and passing monuments wrapped in sandbags in Kiev to protect against bombing. “On Victory Day, Putin is cautious about the Ukrainian war,” is the title of the central text. The Russian president did not declare victory or promise that the fighting would end soon. “But while addressing Moscow’s Red Square, Vladimir Putin did not call for new sacrifices or mobilization, nor did he make major statements about the existential war against the West,” the paper said. Instead, speaking at Russia’s most important secular event, Putin “conveyed a message to a wider audience: that Russians can continue to live (normally).”

“A priest fights while politics separates his congregation in Arkansas,” is another headline in the American newspaper. In the fall of 2020, Kevin Thompson gave a sermon on the gentleness of God. At one point he made a brief comparison between a God who is accessible and loving, and distant, inaccessible celebrities, mentioning Oprah, Jay-Z, Tom Hanks. He did not know what happened to him when two years later he was accused of not worrying at all about the “problem of sex trafficking”, the paper writes.



The resignation of Labor if he is punished for beer

“Starmer’s Cube: Leader Promises Resignation If Punished for Birgate”, is the main title of the British Guardian. Namely, the leader of the Labor Party, Kir Starmer, dramatically vowed to resign if he is punished for violating regulations during the pandemic, preparing to provide the police with proof that his team worked on the disputed day after one night when he was photographed drinking beer. The gathered claim that they ate curry and drank beer at the end of the long day before the elections, which was allowed according to kovid measures.

Along with the central photo of rescued civilians who arrived in Zaporozhye, the paper also publishes the title “Exit from the Dark: Survivors from Azovstal”. Towards the end of their stay in the Mariupol steel plant, there was so little food and water that the adults had only one poor meal a day. Two cups of macaroni were boiled in 10 liters of water, and this “soup” fed 30 people. The children ate twice “and shared their meal with their pet”.



Possible sabotage in the chemical industry

Russian attackers are expected to sabotage the Ukrainian chemical industry in order to accuse the Ukrainian military of that, the Ukrainian news agency Ukrinform reports in a statement from the main military headquarters. The enemy continued to attack in eastern Ukraine in order to establish control over the territory of the Donetsk and Luhansk regions and keep the corridor towards the temporarily occupied Crimea. The same source claims that the Russians continued to destroy the infrastructure of the Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol.

In a separate news item, Ukrinform publishes the words of the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who promised assistance in reconstruction and defense. “In the 75 days since the attack began, Ukrainians are defending themselves with undiminished strength and courage, rejecting Russia’s attack on Kiev, changing Putin’s plan of invasion, and showing the world that no force can defeat man’s determination to be free,” he wrote. on Twitter. He confirmed the wholehearted support for Ukraine and its people who are fighting to live in peace and freedom on their own land, which is the right of every state, the text reads.



The EU is in debt because of Kiev

Victory Day is a special holiday for Russians and “the great attention we pay to this date often seems unusual to outsiders.” “Indeed, it is not far from the truth if we say that for the Russians, the Second World War ended yesterday,” the Russian state agency Rasha Tudej reported in one of the columns. “For Russians, Victory Day is literally a celebration of victory over death – in which everyone participated. “Almost every family has a story about what their ancestors did during the war,” the text reads.

U.S. President Joe Biden turned the 2022 loan act into law on Monday. This act used to arm allies in the Second World War, and now it will speed up shipments of weapons from the United States to Ukraine, “which is being welcomed in Kiev,” RT reports in a separate news item.

“The EU will go into debt because of Ukraine,” is another headline on the agency’s website this morning. The European Union plans to finance the current expenses of the government in Kiev for at least three months. The sum of 15 billion euros will be taken from the new debt issue, according to the pattern established for aid during the Kovid-19 pandemic.



Threats to Serbs in the north

Pristina is using the Ukrainian crisis to provoke, Politika writes under the headline “KSF threatens Serbs in northern Kosovo and Metohija”. Provocations against local Serbs and the artificial creation of tensions are the main motives of the temporary Pristina institutions, which are increasingly sending members of the Kosovo security forces to the north of Kosovo and Metohija. Violating all signed agreements, with the tacit consent of the political West, they are trying to create the image that the only problems are corruption and crime in the north of the province and that it is legitimate to send police special forces who would “arrest” Serbian flour, oil and confectionery. products and medicines.

“Will Dodik be banned from participating in the elections?” Is another headline at the top of the first page. The representative of the Central Election Commission of BiH, Suad Arnautovic, threatens that the commission (whose legality is disputed by the Serbian and Croatian sides due to the illegal election of its members) may ban Milorad Dodik and Dragan Colic from participating in the upcoming elections. According to him, that is possible if Christian Schmidt, High Representative unrecognized in RS, during the adoption of the Report on the situation in BiH at tomorrow’s session of the UN Security Council, says that Dodik and Covic are undermining the constitution and the Dayton Peace Agreement.



Victory Day or Putin celebration

The day of the victory over fascism in Europe and Serbia passed in the shadow of the Russian aggression in Ukraine, Danas writes with the title “Popović and Bajatović walked under the letter Z”. The Minister in the Government of Serbia, Nenad Popović, and the Director of Srbijagas, Dušan Bajatović, took part in the “Immortal Regiment” procession, led by the figure of the President of Russia and the Latin letter Z. Women in Black organized the anti-war action “Stop Fascism!” Stop the war. ” In a speech on Victory Day, Vladimir Putin accused NATO of forcing Russia into a “special military operation.”

Our country is at the very bottom in terms of living conditions in relation to other European countries, reads a separate text entitled “EU standard unattainable for the citizens of Serbia.” GDP per capita in Serbia, measured by the standard of purchasing power that takes into account differences in prices of the same products in different countries, was higher only than Albania, BiH and Northern Macedonia, while Montenegro already lives better than us.


Source: Balkan Magazin – Aktuelnosti by www.balkanmagazin.net.

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