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Middle finger to Putin from amb. Kiev to the UN. Moscow, you are just that

2022-11-24T12:55:54.257Z

After the Security Council meeting. Russia says it thwarted Ukrainian attempt to carry out a 'terrorist act' (ANSA)



A photo in a T-shirt with offensive writing for Vladimir Putin and a raised middle finger, to plastically reiterate the concept.

This is the message sent by the Ukrainian ambassador to the United Nations,

Sergiy Kyslytsya

, to the Russian president in an image posted on his Twitter profile.

An initiative that provoked an immediate reaction from

Maria Zakharova

: This "is all that remains for the regime in Kiev," said the spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry on her Telegram channel.

In the written part of her post, Kyslytsya refers to Putin as 'Putler', a combination of her name and Hitler's, and referring to yesterday's Russian missile attacks on large parts of Ukraine.

"Listening to Putler's envoy to the Security Council - says the Kiev representative - was one of the most terrible tasks. Even knowing that his place in hell is eternal, Putler's terrorist attack leaves me no diplomatic options ".

And in the photo, in fact, the explicit message.

This, Zakharova replies, is “all that is left of the Kiev regime, whose hallmarks have long been venality, wickedness, immorality, dementia and anger. They fall proudly waving their middle fingers, which has become their shameful symbol". 

Kiev, there is real risk of nuclear and radioactive disaster

"The regulations of nuclear power plants, equipped with reliable safety systems, provide for automatic disconnection from the power grid (in case of need, ed.). However, this should not be reassuring: there is a real danger of a nuclear and radioactive disaster as a result of the bombings and there is an enormous risk of damage to nuclear power plants": says Petro Kotin, the president of the Energoatom operator after the protection of nuclear power was activated yesterday emergency at the Ukrainian nuclear power plants.

UNIAN brings it back.

Kiev, 'citizens prepare for more Russian attacks'

Russia launches a barrage of missiles against Ukraine about once a week, so citizens should prepare for more acts of terror by the Kremlin, the intelligence spokesman said of the Ukrainian defense (GUR),

Andriy Yusov

, during a press conference.

Ukrinform reports it.

“We really see attempts to implement a deliberate terrorist plan of a terrorist state and regime,” Yusov said.

“They are trying to bend us, to plunge us into the darkness and cold of war and to force us to negotiate on the terms of the aggressor. It will not work. We know that the periodicity is about a week, the period needed to prepare for the next massive attack missile. Ukraine, in turn, is preparing for more effective functioning of missile and air defense systems, but unfortunately there is no doubt that the terrorist regime will continue. Yes, they will continue".

Responding to a question about Russia's ability to carry out these attacks over time,

Yusov noted that despite the limited number of high-precision missiles, Moscow has a large supply of S-300 missiles, so frontline cities will be especially vulnerable to attack.

"We realize that stockpiles of high-precision weapons in Russia are largely depleted. But there are many missiles that are not highly accurate," he commented.

"In many cases, a missile misses its target by a kilometer and hits not only energy infrastructure, but also civilian targets, residential skyscrapers, maternity homes, hospitals."

Meanwhile, the

Russian internal security services

(FSB) said they had thwarted an attempt by Ukraine to carry out a "terrorist act of sabotage" against a gas pipeline in the Russian region of Volgograd which feeds the flow towards Turkey and Europe.

The attack, specifies the FSB, cited by Tass, had been prepared by the special services of Kiev and was to be carried out with explosive charges.

Some Russian citizens involved in the plan were allegedly arrested.


Source: ansa

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