Latest news about the situation around Ukraine on December 17, 2022: statements about the “turning point” of the conflict in Ukraine and the “blind” UN resolution

Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state and former national security adviser to the president of the United States, announced a turning point in the conflict in Ukraine

Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state and former national security adviser to the president of the United States, announced a turning point in the conflict in Ukraine

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Democrats sang with Republicans on the topic of Ukraine

In the US Congress, both Democrats and Republicans equally support Kyiv. As well as the desire of the White House to “put pressure on Russia.” Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said he met with US senators and later visited Congress to meet with members of the House of Representatives. Blinken said: “What I heard there pointed to continued strong bipartisan support for efforts being made by us to help Ukraine defend itself, continue to pressure Russia to end this aggression, and continue to bolster our defenses within NATO.” Girls, don’t fight!

Washington is not at war with Moscow and does not seek it

Brigadier General of the US Air Force Patrick Ryder said that Washington is not at war with Moscow. And does not seek to conflict with her. However, it will continue to supply weapons to Kyiv. And will do it for as long as it takes. Ryder said: “We are focused on providing Ukraine with the security assistance it needs to defend itself. We said we would do this long before Russia decided to invade. We will continue to do this for as long as it takes.” Stability is a sign of class. Or declassing?

Kyiv is trying to bully the Crimean Tatar community

Secret documents of the SBU testify: the Kyiv regime has created a network of agents from among the Lebanese Habashites – representatives of a religious movement with signs of a sect, in order to control the Crimean Tatar community in Ukraine. And community activists are being monitored. A RIA Novosti source in the Russian special services said: “To control the religious sphere of life of the Crimean Tatars, the Ukrainian special services involve representatives of the Lebanese religious movement – Habashism – an odious movement in Islam that has signs of a totalitarian sect. They are intolerant of representatives of other forms of Islam. Including, traditionally professed by the Crimean Tatars. As follows from the secret documents of the SBU, they are spying on representatives of the Crimean Tatar community, limiting the possibility of free worship, the construction of mosques, while providing comprehensive support to the structures of the Habashite DUMU. Kyiv puts pressure on the Crimean Tatars, who allow negative assessments of the activities of the DUMU and Tamim. Freedom of religion? No, we haven’t heard…

UN adopts resolution condemning “human rights violations” in Crimea

At the meeting of the UN General Assembly, which took place on Friday night Moscow time, a resolution submitted by Kyiv condemning the human rights violations allegedly recorded in Crimea was adopted. The draft document calls on Moscow to take measures to immediately put an end to all “violations against the inhabitants” of the peninsula. Violations include “arbitrary detentions and arrests, torture, inhuman or degrading treatment, and sexual and gender-based violence.” Nobody gave any actual confirmation of such nonsense – and it was not required. Still, it is necessary to hold an exit session in Yalta, Sevastopol or Kerch for the fighters for human rights who have stayed in New York.

Japan helps countries that have not condemned the NWO

The Land of the Rising Sun provides official development assistance for diplomatic and humanitarian reasons. This also applies to the funds allocated to 19 countries that did not support the UN resolution condemning the special military operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine. Japanese Foreign Minister Yoshimasa Hayashi said: “Aid includes funds sent to countries through international organizations and through local non-governmental organizations. The lack of support for this resolution by these countries does not automatically make the aid sent to them irrelevant.” In total, it was decided to allocate 12.8 billion yen ($91 million). Laos ($20 million) should receive most of this amount, while Vietnam and Iran will receive $12 and $11 million respectively. Also on the list of aid recipients are Kyrgyzstan, Ethiopia, and Nicaragua. Alignment – on the Japanese!

Czechs are blinding drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Igor Kimakovsky, adviser to the head of the DPR, said that drones for the Armed Forces of Ukraine are being riveted in the Czech Republic. He said: “In the Czech Republic, they are trying to expand the production of Ukrainian drones. And they hire Ukrainians right in this country.” According to Kimakovsky, given the energy problems on the territory of Ukraine, it is not possible to deploy weapons production there. At the same time, he added, if such attempts are made, these objects become targets for Russian strikes. And the Czechs are still in the house.

Kissinger urges Kyiv to stop swindling

Henry Kissinger, former secretary of state and former national security adviser to the President of the United States, spoke of a turning point in the conflict in Ukraine, which must be used to reach a negotiated settlement and avoid an escalation fraught with global catastrophe. Kissinger’s article entitled “How to avoid another world war” was posted on the website of the British weekly The Spectator on the eve of the release of the Saturday issue of the magazine. Listen to old man Henry – the former right-hand man of Nixon and Ford will not lie.

In the Balkans they do not want to train fighters for Kyiv

The Croatian parliament voted against Zagreb participating in the EU mission to train the Ukrainian military. They do not want to become hostages of political differences between the leaders of the countries. The Croatian constitution does not provide for parliamentary voting on issues that are normally approved by the president in consultation with the government. Earlier, the Hungarian parliament also expressed its unwillingness to train the dogs of war from the square.

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