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Russia said its relationship with North Korea will “expand” after facing an international backlash to its invasion of Ukraine. In a letter to Kim to mark the anniversary of Korea’s liberation from Japan in 1945, the Russian president pledged “comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations”, according to North Korean state media. The war in Ukraine is “a special operation on television” for most Russians, Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VTsIOM or VCIOM) director Valery Fedorov says. Which explains why Vladimir Putin has said that “we haven’t begun to fight seriously” but are still acting as if this is a peacetime action. This helps to explain why Russians have the sense that “events are developing in the correct direction” and also why “up to now, no tiredness from the special military operation is yet observed,” Gleb Golovchenko runs the Ukrainian television company TAK TV, in the Black Sea city of Mykolaiv. In February, Russian forces attempted to invade the city. Despite heavy bombardment, the attack was repulsed. The front line today is scarcely ten kilometres away, but Golovchenko has continued to broadcast – something that has only been possible, he says, because of help from the International Federation of Journalists and the European Federation of Journalists. For doctors on the front lines of Ukraine’s war against Russia, there is little time for breaks. “When you get 20 or 22-year old boys, young boys, and they have serious injuries. When they lose their limbs, or their sight, when they become disabled” says Mykhailo, the head of the hospital’s surgery department, who also did not want his surname published. One of the main narratives of the Russian propaganda that “Russia is a global power that must be respected by the West” manifests itself through four sub-narratives in the context of sanctions: “EU will go cold and hungry,” “EU has shot itself in the foot,” “American economy is also suffering, which is why they are looking for ways to resume business with Russia,” and “sanctions do not harm Russia but make it stronger instead.”
War Footage Ukrainian soldiers fly Kamikaze Drones and blow up armored vehicles of Russian soldiers 614 views Aug 14, 2022 Welcome to wnt news channel, we continue to give warm news from the front. Now, what you see in the video is a Kamikaze Ukraine Drone. 2 Ukrainian soldiers fly Kamikaze Drones and blow up armored vehicles of Russian soldiers. Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have also been used in other wars. However, they were not used as widely in any war as in Ukraine. As you know, 100 Kamikaze UAVs were delivered to Ukraine by the USA last March, and many Russian military-type equipment was destroyed by Ukraine with these UAVs. After the Ukrainian drone destroyed the tank, the Russian unit was forced to flee. Images taken by a drone show the missile moving. Indicates the moment when it hits the tank, causing fire and smoke from the vehicle.
ukraine drone combat footage! Ukrainian Military destroyed a Russian Tank 130 views Aug 14, 2022 – RUSSIA UKRAINE WAR Russia,Ukraine,Russia War,Ukraine Invasion,Putin,Zelensky,Peace,Invasion
Ukraine War Footage: Ukrainian Force hunting down a Russian tank with a javelin * Drone Footage* 254 views Aug 14, 2022 Ukrainian Force hunting down a Russian tank with a javelin.