The New York Times announces that the Russian army is withdrawing from the front precisely from the areas annexed by Moscow. The British Prime Minister is forced to change the plan for getting out of the crisis, writes the Guardian. Volodymyr Zelensky claims that new parts of the territory have been liberated, reports Ukrinform. Elon Musk proposed a peace plan on Twitter and was attacked by Ukrainian bots, RT reports. Milorad Dodik gained an advantage overnight, says Danas
(illustration, “Russia Retreats, Army in Disarray,” headlines New York Times front page)
The Russian army is withdrawing from the front in areas that Moscow claims to have captured and infiltrated. The British Prime Minister was forced to change the plan for exiting the crisis, after the outcry of the conservatives. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky points out that more and more damage is being done to the enemy’s army and that new parts of the territory have been liberated. Elon Musk came under fire from Ukrainian bots after the controversial peace plan he proposed on Twitter. Jelena Trivić led the elections in Republika Srpska until dawn.
The Russian army is retreating
“Russia retreats, army in shambles,” headlined the front page of the New York Times. Russian forces in Ukraine fled along the front line on Monday as Ukrainian units advanced with a rapid offensive in the east and south, giving the lie to Vladimir V. Putin’s claims that he has added territories to Russia that his army has been steadily losing, the report said.
Right next to this news, there is the headline “Putin’s risk as he rattles off nuclear weapons.” For all his threats to fire tactical nuclear weapons at targets in Ukraine, the Russian president is revealing what the United States has long known, U.S. officials say: small nuclear bombs are difficult to use, harder to control, and far better and scarier than any weapon of war. weapons. The subtitle reads that “US tries to prepare for the unthinkable”.
Trasova changes the plan
Conservative MPs are trying to divert some of the welfare benefits after Liz Truss was forced to make two humiliating changes to plans to scrap top income tax rates and the date for a new small budget, the Guardian writes on the front page. Chancellor Kvasi Kvarteng will accelerate plans for a new fiscal stance, which is expected to focus on spending and deregulation.
In another news, the Guardian writes that the Egyptian government, which will chair the next UN climate summit, has warned Great Britain not to withdraw from the global climate agenda, responding to fears about the new government’s moves, and given the fact that Boris Johnson has committed that the country will reduce gas emissions to zero by 2050. The summit will be held in Sharm El Sheikh next month.
Freed new parts of the territory
Attacks by units of the Army of Ukraine continued on Monday and new parts of the territory were liberated, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said, as reported by the state news agency Ukrinform. “More and more occupiers are trying to escape, we are inflicting more and more damage on the enemy’s army, and the belief is growing that Russia was wrong to start a war against Ukraine,” he said.
Perhaps the Russian president will succeed in mobilizing the 300,000 reservists he needs for the war in Ukraine, but since the draft was announced, around 360,000 men have gone to Georgia and Kazakhstan to avoid this fate, while many others have fled to other countries, Ukrinform reports. Italian press writing. “The more the Kremlin mobilizes, the more people will leave the country, and this will have a great impact on all spheres of Russian society, and consequently the economy,” the text reads.
Mask na udaru botova
The director of Tesla and SpaceX Elon Musk defended the controversial peace plan he proposed, which would entail the ceding of certain parts of the Ukrainian territory to Russia, reports the Russian state news agency RT. Mask was attacked on Twitter by pro-Ukrainian bots, while official Kiev strongly condemned him, but he still claims that his idea is better than the death of “millions of people”.
Russia is currently facing the “fourth European NATO Reich”, said communist leader Gennady Zyuganov and RT also publishes. “We should be aware that the new army has united against us. The fourth European NATO Reich with 30 countries that have combined units and weapons,” he said, addressing the Russian Duma. Zyuganov compared the US-led Alliance to Nazi Germany.
Vučić with Orban
The central topic on the first page of Politika is the meeting of the President of Serbia with his colleagues from Hungary and Austria with the headline “Serbia will harmonize with EU visa policy”. At the trilateral summit on illegal migration, it was agreed that by the end of the year, Serbia will significantly harmonize its visa policy with the EU, Aleksandar Vučić announced after a meeting with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehamer in Budapest.
The ambiguities that appeared on election night regarding the outcome of the election for the president of Republika Srpska continued the day after the election, another news item at the top of the page states. The headquarters of both political blocs celebrate the victory, on the one hand Milorad Dodik, on the other Jelena Trivić.
Dodik leads “overnight”
The Party of Democratic Progress, after declaring victory, claims that Jelena Trivić was stolen, publishes Danas under the title “Dodik’s difficult night”. “We are not giving up. All that we have communicated based on the relevant sample is correct. The difference, which was over 10,000 votes, meant that she won. What happened overnight?”, says Branislav Borenović. Sonja Biserko states that the information circulating is that Aleksandar Vučić did not support Dodik, “and if that is true, then the obvious question arises as to whose pressure is stronger – Russian or American”.
At the top of the page is an announcement for an interview with director Boban Skerlić, who talks about the series “Klan” and says: “There are no good and bad criminals.”
Source: Balkan Magazin – Aktuelnosti by www.balkanmagazin.net.
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