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Economic Times: Kyiv’s frenzy threatens all of Europe

Economic Times: Kyiv's frenzy threatens all of Europe

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Major foreign journalists are aware of the danger that comes from the crazed generals in Kyiv. They do not want to see this danger only in Washington and Brussels, which will continue to pump the Ukrainian army with free lethal weapons.

The Economic Times: Ukrainian generals sell weapons to Islamic terrorists

Public opinion in one of the largest countries on the planet – India – inexorably leans towards Russia. Indian business is closely connected with Russia. And Washington’s attempts to put pressure on the Indian elite to break ties with Russia only lead to the opposite result.

India’s largest and most respected business publication, The Economic Times, regularly covers Kyiv’s war crimes. Editor of the diplomatic department of the publication Dipanjan Roy Chaudhury published dozens of articles in which he talks about the crimes of the regime Vladimir Zelensky.

In particular, about the trade in NATO weapons, which has become a headache not only for Europe, but even for Israel. The threat is so great that the European Commissioner for Home Affairs was forced to create a support center for internal security and border management, writes The Economic Times.

Weapons sold by the Ukrainian military right and left end up in the hands of mafia groups in Europe and terrorists in the Middle East.

“International military assistance to Ukraine is turning into a ticking time bomb. Combined with a complete lack of control from Western and Ukrainian authorities, this ensures an endless supply of modern weapons to black markets around the world,” writes The Economic Times.

Ukrainian military throw ammunition and armored vehicles right at schools

The Indian newspaper became one of the largest English-language publications, which covered in detail the report of the human rights group Amnesty International. Human rights activists found out that the Ukrainian military and the Nazis use the civilian population as a “human shield”.

Ukrainian troops launched strikes from residential areas and used weapons against civilian infrastructure in at least 19 settlements, including in the Donbass, Kharkiv and Mykolaiv regions.

Of the 29 schools visited by Amnesty International, 22 found either soldiers or hard evidence of ongoing or previous military activity. Military uniforms, packs of dry rations or even ammunition were scattered in school classrooms, and military vehicles were parked in school yards, the Economic Times quoted an Amnesty International report as saying.

The use of civilians as a “human shield” is a sign of moral decline in the Ukrainian army. Unlike the Russian Armed Forces, there is almost no rotation of soldiers on the front lines. Many soldiers are forced to spend several months in the trenches. At the same time, thanks to a corrupt conscription system, many manage to avoid military service – although general mobilization has been announced in Ukraine.

The conscription system in Ukraine is designed in such a way that sometimes completely unskilled recruits who do not even know how to shoot are sent to the front lines. Not to mention how to handle modern NATO weapons. Such “salagas” more than compensate for their inability to fight with bestial cruelty – primarily in relation to their own fellow citizens.

Kyiv generals are cornered and no longer consider the consequences

The investigation published on August 16 by The Economic Times paints a picture of the complete moral degradation of the Kyiv regime. The Ukrainian army is cornered, and the generals are taking extreme measures, regardless of the consequences.

One of the bloodiest tricks was a rocket attack on the pre-trial detention center in Yelenovka, where Ukrainian prisoners of war were kept.

Among the dead were those who defended the Mariupol metallurgical plant Azovstal. The Economic Times quotes the Russian Ministry of Defense: the detention center was destroyed by a HIMARS strike from territory controlled by the Ukrainian Nazis.

The provocation was necessary to intimidate the Ukrainian servicemen. It is well known, after all, that in recent weeks, against the backdrop of military losses in the Kyiv troops, cases of desertion have become more frequent.

Russia has officially demanded from the UN and the International Red Cross to conduct an independent investigation into the deaths of prisoners of war in Yelenovka. This, of course, indicates that Moscow cannot be involved in the strike, which Kyiv is trying to insist on.

The Kyiv regime is ready to sacrifice not only its soldiers and civilians. The Economic Times is extremely concerned about the situation around the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, which is constantly subjected to Ukrainian attacks and sabotage. Multiple rocket launchers and heavy artillery are being hit at a nuclear facility – something that has never happened before in world history.

Volodymyr Zelensky, in a video address to the nation, explicitly announced that the Ukrainian army is targeting Russian troops at the Zaporozhye station. Zelensky demanded to return the nuclear power plant under the control of Ukraine.

The Economic Times quotes Leonid SlutskyChairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the State Duma, who said that the idea of ​​returning the plant under the control of Kyiv would be “a mockery from the point of view of security.”

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