The Ukrainian president visited the city that was retaken by military forces after the Russian occupation, writes the New York Times. An exception in burnt ruins and wreckage, reports the Guardian. Forced deportation is a crime, says Jozep Borelj, as reported by Ukrinform. The Russian ambassador in Washington assessed that it is worrisome that the US is “openly bragging” about the success of the Ukrainians with the help of the Pentagon, according to RT. Only the “falcon” shines, the other trains screech, says Danas
(The reason for the “deep concern” is that the US government “openly boasts” that the Ukrainians had success on the ground thanks to the direct participation of the Pentagon, said the Russian ambassador in Washington, Anatoly Antonov, as reported by the Russian media outlet RT)

The Ukrainian president visited Izjum, a city that was retaken by military forces after the Russian occupation. The entire city, where it is estimated that around 1,000 people died, is in burnt ruins and full of wreckage. Forced deportation is a war crime, pointed out Josep Borelj in the European Parliament. The Russian ambassador in Washington pointed out that it is worrisome that the US openly boasts about the success of the Ukrainian forces with the help of the Pentagon. Only the “falcon” shines, all the other trains screech.

Zelenski visited Izjum

“Zelensky’s visit to the city recaptured in the eastern strike” is the main headline on the front page of the New York Times. “Standing in the cold wind among the wreckage left after the chaotic retreat of the Russians, President Volodymyr Zelensky looked at the Ukrainian flag flying over the main square in a city that had been retaken just a few days ago in an extraordinary counterattack,” the text reads. Zelensky said that the blue-yellow flag has already been raised in Izjum and that it will be the same in every Ukrainian town and village.

The central photo is dedicated to the floods in Pakistan, where the population is seen being transported by boat across flooded villages. In another text below, the headline is “In a Russian border town, war is not so far away.” The paper conveys the atmosphere from Belgorod, Russia, where there are tanks on the streets and citizens are buying basic necessities in case of war.


Burnt ruins and wreckage

The dominant photograph on the cover of the Guardian shows King Charles in the funeral procession of Queen Elizabeth. From the moment she inherited the crown, the queen knew that she would be buried in the same place as her father, grandfather and great-grandfather, the main text says. The chest is housed in the Palace of Westminster, a national monument since the 11th century. He will rest here until the funeral on Monday.

In another front-page story, the Guardian writes that the horror is slowly unfolding from the burnt ruins in Izum, one of the strategically vital cities for the Russians before it was retaken by Ukrainian forces. Shells of tanks with the Moscow “Z” insignia are scattered along the potholed streets. Dozens of bombed residential buildings in the center remind of at least 1,000 victims. In the city, which is described as the second Mariupol due to heavy fighting, “the outside world entered yesterday for the first time”.


Forced deportation is a war crime

The forced deportation of Ukrainians to Russia, which is often applied in temporarily occupied areas, represents a serious violation of humanitarian law, and all those who participate in it must be held accountable for war crimes, pointed out Josep Borelj, addressing the European Parliament yesterday, and the Ukrainian state agency Ukrinform. The EU requires that every check and separation, and every detention that results from it, be carried out within the legal framework, Borelj pointed out.

Ukrainian officials called on the population of the settlements that were liberated from the Russian occupier to evacuate, because all the liberated territory is immediately targeted by enemy fire, Yaroslav Yanushevich pointed out in front of the military administration of the Kharkiv region and also reported by Ukrinform.


Antonov: The USA openly brags

The reason for the “deep concern” is that the US government “openly boasts” that the Ukrainians had success on the ground thanks to the direct participation of the Pentagon, said the Russian ambassador in Washington, Anatoly Antonov, as reported by the Russian news agency RT. “In relation to this, Washington’s claim that the US is not in a conflict sounds absolutely meaningless and unfounded. The facts and interviews of former and current politicians and generals say the opposite,” he told RIA Novosti.

In another piece of news on the portal, RT reports this morning that Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke with UN Secretary General António Guterres. The main topics were global food security, the grain agreement and the conflict in Ukraine. Guterres said that the UN is taking measures to remove restrictions on the export of Russian agricultural goods and fertilizers.


Vučić in the Assembly

In the article about the continuation of the session of the Serbian Parliament, Politika brings the headline “MPs argued about everything, least of all about Kosovo and Kosovo”. “President Vučić also answered questions and insults yesterday, and in response to opposition members’ accusations that it is difficult for him to listen to them, he said that he would listen to them ‘for another five days, just to hear something about Kosovo and Metohija, but not at all,'” says the to the text.

“The youngest could be most at risk this flu season,” is another headline at the top of the page. No one in the world can predict what the upcoming flu season will be like, but there are indications that this virus could hit harder than usual in the fall and winter.


Only the “falcon” shines

On the occasion of the statement of the Minister of Transport that Serbia can boast of “the highest quality railway infrastructure”, Danas publishes an article under the title “Only the ‘falcon’ shines, the other trains squeak”. The high-speed train restored the popularity of Serbian railways, but other sections remained where they were a hundred years ago. You can get from Belgrade to Novi Sad in half an hour, but at the same time, it takes 5.5 hours from the capital to Niš, “just like when the Orient Express passed through here”.

At the top of the page is an announcement for a conversation with Živan Berisavljević, the last ambassador of the SFRY in Britain. The title of the text is “How Tito played the piano for Queen Elizabeth”.


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

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