THE GOAL NOW IS TO HELP KIEV, BUT ALSO WEAKEN RUSSIA

Washington said that Russia should no longer be able to be an aggressor again, reports the New York Times. British pharmacies can change prescriptions in case of shortage, the Guardian reports. 931 settlements were liberated, Ukrinform writes. Nuclear threat “real and serious”, writes RT. Serbs will be one fifth less by 2050, Politika reports
(illustration, “The United States has promised to reduce Russia’s military power,” according to the New York Times)

The United States pointed out that the goal was not only to stop the invasion of Ukraine, but also to weaken Russia so that it could no longer be an aggressor. The British Minister of Health has approved pharmacies to change prescriptions so that women would not have to travel hundreds of kilometers due to hormone therapy in times of scarcity. 931 settlements were liberated, Zelenski pointed out. “Nuclear war is unacceptable, but the threat is ‘real and serious,'” Lavrov said. By 2050, there will be a fifth less Serbs.

The goal is to “weaken Russia”

A central photo on the front page of the New York Times shows a wife and children who fled Tokmak holding Russian forces and found themselves with their father in another city. “The United States has promised to reduce Russia’s military power,” is the dominant headline.

The United States has intensified its rhetoric about the war in Ukraine, the paper said, noting that the goal was not only to end the Russian invasion, but also to weaken Russia “so that it can no longer carry out such military aggression anywhere in the world.” This was clearly presented by the delegation of the Joe Biden administration that visited Ukraine. The intention to defeat Russia was encouraged by delivering numerous and powerful weapons to Ukrainians who oppose the Russians with “unexpected endurance”, which “exhausted the Kremlin’s resources and frustrated President Vladimir Putin’s hope of achieving a quick victory.”

In a separate text, the New York Times also announces that “Mask reached an agreement for Twitter”. “Ten years ago, the directors of Twitter … announced that this social network is a ‘wing of free speech’. This meant that Twitter defended the possibility that people could play whatever they wanted and that the whole world could hear them. “Since then, Twitter has been criticized for releasing misinformation, abuse of power to incite ethnic violence and threats by elected officials to imprison workers for tweets they did not like,” the text reads.

www.nytimes.com

Guardian-26.4.22

Changing the recipe in times of scarcity

British Health Minister Sajid Javid has initiated a change in the law to allow pharmacies to change prescriptions in times of drug shortages, after it turned out that some women have to travel hundreds of kilometers to find a replacement for hormone therapy. This is the main topic on the front page of the Guardian, which has set aside a place for central photography for the director of Tesla, who will soon become the owner of a social network with 217 million global users.

Namely, Elon Musk, one of the richest people in the world, managed to reach an agreement to buy Twitter. Musk thus took over the company, which he often criticized for not respecting his original calls for “freedom of speech”. The agreement came after several dramatic weeks of speculation about the future of Twitter, when Musk appeared as the owner of the largest number of shares on April 4. Already on April 14, he announced a takeover for 43 billion dollars.

www.theguardian.com

Ukrinform-26.4.-22-

931 settlements liberated

Ukrainian defense forces have liberated 931 settlements since the Russian invasion began, said President Volodymyr Zelensky, as reported by the state news agency Ukrinform. “Many towns and villages are still under the temporary control of the Russian army. But, there is no doubt that it is only a matter of time before these parts will be released, “he pointed out. As he says, this war has become a “real people’s war for Ukraine” and has shown that the Ukrainian idea is equally strong and national in all parts of the country.

Zelenski also pointed out that Russia spent huge funds to start a war, opposed the rest of the world, took away from its people everything that could be used for their progress and focused on destroying the neighboring country: “But the lessons of history are you know well. “

In a separate text, Ukinform reports the statements of the General Staff of the Army of Ukraine, which states that Russian troops are still moving east in order to establish full control over the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

www.ukrinform.net

RT-26.4.22-

Nuclear threat “real”

Russia assumes that the nuclear war should be unacceptable and successfully convinced the United States and other nuclear powers in January, said Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. However, as he added, the situation has worsened since then to the point where there is a “real and serious threat”, the Russian news agency Rasha Tudej reports. Talks with US working groups were abruptly interrupted in February when Russia was “forced to defend the Russians in Ukraine” who had been “bombed for eight years without any reaction from the West,” Lavrov said.

“Humanitarian corridor for civilians from Mariupol sabotaged Kiev,” the headline read. A new attempt to establish a humanitarian corridor for the evacuation of civilians allegedly trapped in the besieged Azovstal steel plant in Mariupol has failed, the Russian military said on Monday. Moscow and Kiev accuse each other of failing the plan, RT reports.

www.rt.com

Policy-26.4.22-

Serbs by a fifth by 2050.

Politika writes about the demographic future of Serbia with the title “By 2050, there will be a fifth less of us”. It is a well-known fact that the population in Serbia is declining and demographically old. Therefore, it is not surprising that the latest UNDP report on human development in Serbia indicates that its population will most likely decrease by a fifth by 2050 or by two fifths by the end of the century, if there are no public policy measures in the field of demographic development. However, a far more important message of the report is that behind the simplified stereotype of depopulation lie multi-layered demographic challenges characterized by pronounced spatial inequality. Neglecting the huge gap in demographic capacities between the regions and regions of Serbia, as well as selective treatment of population dynamics drivers by decision makers in the last 30 years, is a major obstacle to understanding and overcoming the deep demographic crisis we are in, the paper said.

“A strong signal from Paris in favor of Europe,” is another headline at the top of the page. The next five years will be reflected in the continuity and commitment of the elected Emanuel Macron to strengthening his country in the European family.

www.politika.rs

Today-26.4.22

Threats to journalists by slaughter

Disturbing messages were sent to the Danas editorial office via social networks due to the editorial policy, this paper publishes under the headline “Rightists threaten to slaughter journalists”. Editor-in-chief Dragoljub Petrovic says that the action of right-wing circles was organized. “For years, terrible labels have been applied to the media and journalists from the highest state and church positions,” says Zeljko Bodrozic. Ivan Ninić explains that in our court practice, there is a small or almost invisible border between freedom of speech, expression of opinion and the crime of “endangering security”.

In an interview with this paper, Boris Tadic, the leader of the SDS, says that “the opposition missed almost everything it could in this election.” “I withdrew from the presidential candidacy so as not to be accused of taking away Ponos’ votes,” he said.

www.danas.rs


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