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Krieg in Ukraine – Comments and Evolutions: Klitschko accuses Selenskyj of “mistakes” unusually clearly

Ukraine accuses Russia of executing two soldiers after their surrender

15.28 o’clock: The Ukrainian authorities accuse the Russian army of having executed Ukrainian soldiers who had already surrendered. This is a “war crime”, said Dmytro Lubinez, the Ukrainian Ombudsman for Human Rights on Saturday. The prosecutor’s office in the eastern Ukrainian region of Donetsk announced that an investigation into the incident had been launched. There was initially no comment from the Russian side on the allegations.

Prior to this, a video was published on online networks showing the shooting of two defenseless Ukrainian soldiers in the vicinity of the fiercely contested eastern Ukrainian city of Avdiivka for weeks.

In the short video, which is circulating on various platforms including the messenger service Telegram, two men are seen coming out of a shelter, one with his hands raised. Shortly afterwards, they are lying on the ground in front of a group of soldiers. Then shots seem to be fired, there is smoke, before the video abruptly ends. The recordings are undated, and the AFP news agency was unable to verify the location of the recording and its authenticity.

Klitschko unusually clearly accuses Selenskyj of “mistakes”

14.46 o’clock: Kiev’s mayor Vitali Klitschko accused Ukrainian President Volodymyr Selenskyj of “mistakes” unusually clearly. “People wonder why we were not better prepared for this war. Why Selenskyj denied until the end that this would happen,” said Klitschko to the Swiss news portal “20 Minuten”. “There was too much information that did not correspond to reality,” said the former boxing world champion, who called for more honesty regarding the true situation of Ukraine in its fight against Russia’s war of aggression. “Selenskyj is paying for the mistakes he has made,” said Klitschko.

Ukraine is at an impasse,” Zaluzhny had stated. “He spoke the truth,” said Klitschko. “Sometimes people do not want to hear the truth. But in the end, he is responsible. He explained and justified how the situation is today.”

At the same time, Klitschko warned against political games in the country, which is fighting for its independence for almost two years. There must be no infighting “in a country that is teetering on its existence”. Therefore, he said he would not talk about his own political plans and assured support to Selenskyj until the end of the war. “The president has an important role today, and we have to support him until the end of the war. But at the end of this war, every politician will pay for their successes or failures.”

Klitschko also thanked Germany in the interview for the delivery of air defense systems, but criticized the country for not providing the long-range cruise missiles of the Taurus type to Ukraine.Dieser Text enthält HTML-Tags, die ich nicht ändern werde, aber ich kann andere Wörter und Satzstrukturen verwenden. Ich werde auch die verwendete Sprache nicht ändern.

Berlin flüchtet sich hier in “Ausreden”, wie der Bürgermeister sagte, “da sind unsere Partner viel zu vorsichtig und weichen aus”.

“Schoigu und Putin schönreden die russischen Offensiven in nur zwei Worten”, ist die Überschrift des Artikels.

Die heftigen Kämpfe in der Ukraine enden auch mit dem Wintereinbruch nicht. Derzeit kann keine Seite große Fortschritte machen. Wladimir Putin und sein Verteidigungsminister Schoigu versuchen laut dem “Institute for the Study of War” (ISW), diesen Stillstand als Erfolg zu verkaufen. Dafür nutzen sie den Begriff “Aktive Verteidigung”.

Das ISW hat analysiert, dass vor allem Schoigu bei den russischen Angriffen in der Ukraine nur noch von “aktiver Verteidigung” spricht, um die Erwartungen an die Offensive zu mindern. Strategische Durchbrüche oder andere Erfolge seien derzeit nicht zu vermelden.

Die Ukraine hat Petro Poroschenko daran gehindert, das Land zu verlassen, weil er sich angeblich mit dem ungarischen Ministerpräsidenten Viktor Orban treffen wollte.

Die Bundeswehr hat eine zweite Gruppe ukrainischer Soldaten im Flugabwehrsystem Patriot ausgebildet, um die Verteidigung des ukrainischen Luftraums zu stärken.of all evil, resembling an insidious presence, crouched amid the sorrows and instability of the world. With this, hostile aircraft, ballistic missiles, and cruise missiles can be fought against. At a distance of about 100 kilometers and up to heights of 30 kilometers, the defense missiles can hit targets around the position in an imaginary bell shape – depending on the type of missile used.

Putin is planning a major expansion of the Russian army

At 19.55: More than a year and a half after the start of its aggressive war against Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered a further increase in its armed forces. In the future, the number of armed forces is to be increased to around 1.32 million, according to a decree published by the Kremlin on Friday. This would be another increase of 170,000 contract soldiers and conscripts, after Putin had ordered an enlargement of the Russian armed forces to 1.15 million men just in the summer of 2022.

Meanwhile, the Russian Ministry of Defense immediately countered concerns from the population that a new mobilization wave could be planned. “A mobilization is not planned,” the authority said. Instead, Russian citizens who voluntarily commit to the army are being relied upon.

Since February 24, 2022, Russia has been at war with its neighboring country Ukraine. Moscow itself has long ceased to provide information on the dead and injured among its own ranks. However, many experts attest to Russia suffering high losses. In the autumn of 2022, Putin then ordered a mobilization, as a result of which around 300,000 men were drafted for the front. The measure caused outright panic in parts of Russian society, hundreds of thousands fled abroad at that time. Since then, many fear that there could be a second mobilization wave.

Fire in Russian tunnel likely sabotage by Ukrainian intelligence service

At 18:13: After a fire in Russia’s longest railway tunnel, the exact background is still being speculated. Referring to security circles, several Ukrainian media reports on Friday suggested that the Ukrainian intelligence service SBU had successfully carried out sabotage acts in the 15-kilometer-long Severomujsky tunnel in the Russian republic of Buryatia, bordering Mongolia. According to the reports, a fire broke out during an attack in the night on Thursday, which in turn led to a blockade of the tunnel. Later, a train with fuel wagons was also deliberately destroyed on a bypass route, said the reports from Kiev.

On Thursday, the Russian railways only admitted the fire of a diesel-filled tanker car and spoke of “slightly delayed” trains. However, on Russian Telegram channels, there had been talk of several destroyed wagons. The representations could not initially be independently verified.

The Severomujsky tunnel is part of the Baikal-Amur Mainline and is considered particularly important for Russia’s trade with China. “Russian intelligence services have to get used to the fact that our people are everywhere. Even in the distant Buryatia,” quoted the Ukrainian Internet portal “Ukrajinska Prawda” a source from unnamed security circles.

London: Russia is building unmanned kamikaze ships for war

Friday, December 1, 12:43: According to British reports, Russia is increasingly working on the construction of unmanned kamikaze ships for use in the aggressive war against Ukraine. Most recently, the head of the arms company KMZ, Mikhail Danilenko, announced that drone boats are to be tested as part of the “military special operation”, as the war is called in Russia, in order to start serial production in 2024, the British Ministry of Defense announced on Friday. The boats could carry up to 600 kilograms.Danilenko sagte, dass sie Waffen transportierten. Die Ukraine hatte Drohnen eingesetzt, die den Schnellbooten ähneln, um Sprengstoff zu russischen Zielen im Schwarzen Meer oder in den Häfen der annektierten Halbinsel Krim zu bringen. Die Waffe hat sich in den Händen der ukrainischen Streitkräfte zu einer entscheidenden Fähigkeit im maritimen Bereich entwickelt, wie in London erwähnt.

Ukrainischer Präsident Wolodymyr Selenskyj hat angekündigt, dass Schutzbauten und Festungsanlagen entlang aller Frontabschnitte verstärkt gebaut werden sollen. In seiner täglichen Videoansprache am Donnerstagabend betonte er die offensichtliche Priorität. Die Betonung des Festungsbaus zeigt, dass die Führung in Kiew sich nun auf die Verteidigung konzentriert, nachdem eine Reihe von Beobachtern die ukrainische Gegenoffensive für gescheitert erklärt hatte.

Selenskyj forderte auch mehr Sicherheitsmaßnahmen an Schulen und den Bau von Schutzräumen, insbesondere in der ostukrainischen Millionenstadt Charkiw. Er betonte, dass die U-Bahn sicher vor russischen Angriffen sei. Russland attackiert seit Beginn seines Angriffskriegs immer wieder zivile Ziele im Hinterland der Ukraine mit Drohnen, Marschflugkörpern und Raketen, vor allem Objekte der Energieversorgung.

Der ukrainische Präsident Selenskyj besuchte die Frontregion in Charkiw und erklärte, dass es eine Ehre sei, die Soldaten zu besuchen und auszuzeichnen. Er äußerte seine Wünsche für ihren Sieg und ihre Stärke und ermutigte sie, die Initiative nicht zu verlieren. Er zeigte sich in einem veröffentlichten Video dabei, wie er Soldaten auszeichnete, und betonte, dass die Kämpfer am Kommandoposten das friedliche Leben der Ukrainer und der Menschen der Region Charkiw beschützen.

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