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US Military Leader Predicts War’s End With Bleak Omen

Poland’s defense minister says that No decision was made on the supply of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine. at a meeting of the Kyiv allies, even though he remains optimistic that the ports to provide them will be successful.

“The hope comes from… the defense ministers of 15 countries met today on the sidelines of the conference and talked about this issue,” Mariusz Blaszczak said in dialogue with journalists at a US base in Germany.

“I am convinced that the coalition building will end successfully,” he said in closing, Al Jazeera learned.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski shakes hands with Polish Defense Minister and Deputy Minister Mariusz Blaszczak.
The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency met with the President of Ukraine to share an update on the nuclear watchdog’s work at various nuclear power plants across the war-torn country.

Rafael Mariano Grossi told Zelensky that he wants to establish a security buffer zone around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant. The latter, because the Russians fired repeatedly at the plant in recent months.

“This major nuclear power plant continues to face daily dangers. Our team continues to hear explosions near the site, including two on Thursday,” said the IAEA chief, reported the American media CNBC.

According to Dutch Defense Minister

The Netherlands will supply Ukraine with air defense systems, according to a letter from Dutch Defense Minister Kajsa Ollongren to the Dutch House of Representatives, the news organization NOS reported and the Ukrainian outlet The Kyiv Independent replied.

An American-made Patriot missile is fired during annual drills in Ilan County, 80 kilometers east of Taipei, Taiwan, on July 20, 2006. (AP Photo/File)
Russia’s Wagner paramilitary group denies recruiting Serbs to fight in Ukraine, a day after activists filed criminal complaints against the organization in Belgrade. Among the names in the complaints were Russia’s ambassador to Serbia, Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko, and Aleksandar Vulin, head of Serbia’s State Security and Information Agency.

“Not to recruit Serbs,” Wagner founder Yevgeny Prigozhin said in a statement, adding that he had never heard of Botsan-Kharchenko or Vulin. Earlier this week, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic called on the mercenary group to stop all its efforts to recruit Serbs to fight in the war. Al Jazeera.

Visitors dressed in military camouflage clothing at the entrance of the “Wagner PMC Center”, linked to businessman and founder of the Wagner private military group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, during the opening of the office block on National Unity Day, in Saint Petersburg, Russia, Friday, November 4, 2022. (AP Photo, File)
New York City’s Metropolitan Opera will mark a full year of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine with a memorial concert for war victims. The information was anticipated by the Ukrainian media The Kyiv Independent.

Ukraine Will Receive All The Help it Needs

The president of the United States affirmed that “Ukraine will receive all the help it needs” in response to a reporter’s question about whether or not Biden supports Poland’s intentions to send Leopard tanks to Ukraine, according to the chain.

Two businessmen, one Russian and one British, were charged with helping to hide the $90 million yacht of sanctioned Russian oligarch Viktor Vekselberg, the US Department of Justice said and the Kyiv Independent reported.

“The crews of the heavy armory systems are already training and the tanker trucks will arrive soon,” anticipated the Ukrainian ambassador to the United Kingdom, Vadym Prystaiko, during an interview with Radio Free Europe.

United States Army General and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Mark Milley, gave a press conference last Friday after a meeting with officials from the Ministry of Defense, in which they discussed the war between Russia and Ukraine. After the meeting, the military launched a strong forecast for the year 2023 and began to talk about the end of the war.

The military reference came to make it clear – emphatically – that “From a military point of view, it is very difficult or almost impossible for Ukraine to expel Russian forces from every inch occupied by Russia.” Along these lines, he remarked: “What I think can happen is that the Ukrainian army outlines a continuous defense on the front that prevents Putin from continuing to take territories.”

From the Ramstein air base in Germany, the US Army general also referred to the conclusion of the conflict and anticipated: “There is no chance that the war will end on the battlefield. For me, like many other wars in the past, it will end at a kind of bargaining table. And both Russia and Ukraine are going to have to give up something.”

A former US Navy SEAL, who deserted from the military in 2019, was killed in eastern Ukraine while fighting alongside Ukrainian forces, officials told several student media outlets. The information was replicated by The Kyiv Independent.

This article is originally published on enlarama.cl