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This website is about Ukraine. Ukraine can be translated as 'outlands'. For example, Yugoslavia meant southern Slav land. During the twentieth century the land passed between Berlin and Moscow. It pertained to the Russian civil war and general unrest during those decades. Kiev is the capital of Ukraine. Kiev is an ancient city. It used to be called the Kievan Rus. Ukrainian, like Belarusian and Russian, is an eastern Slavic language. This can be contested territory. It sits on the eastern front. Also, there are famous battles between the German army and Russian army in Ukraine. Liev, Ukraine was the site of a battle in WWII. There are historically large parts of Ukraine with Germans settlements.

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"Germany pledged 1,000 anti-tank weapons..." "A German interpreter translating the speech on live TV..." "President Zelensky told German newspaper Die Zelt..." Those are excerpts from a biography of Zelensky by Urban and McLeod. (March 8, 2023)

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-This is important because it might be the first I have read about infighting between the Ukrainian army and the president.
-At the same time the Russians are reporting problems within the Ukrainian officer corps.
-Maybe Zelensky wants to take command of the army.
-The whole thing is that he's asking for weapons and then the Ukrainian officer corps maybe doesn't know what to do.

Zelensky's office says Zaluzhny supports further battles in Artyomovsk It was earlier reported that the situation around Artyomovsk caused disagreement between the Ukrainian president and the commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces MOSCOW, March 6. /TASS/. The commander-in-chief of the Ukrainian armed forces, Valery Zaluzhny, and the commander of the Ground Forces of the Ukrainian armed forces, Alexander Syrsky, have supported further battles in Artyomovsk, a town known in Ukraine as Bakhmut, and efforts to reinforce Ukrainian positions in the town, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky's office said on Monday. The statement followed news media reports that Zelensky and Zaluzhny had differences. Zelensky held a meeting of top military officers that, among other things, had an in-depth discussion of the situation in Artyomovsk, and asked Zaluzhny and Syrsky about further plans of Ukrainian forces in the area. "They [Zaluzhny and Syrsky] spoke in favor of continuing the defense operation and further reinforcement of our positions in Bakhmut," said the statement that was published on the Ukrainian presidential website. The Bild newspaper earlier reported, citing sources, that the situation around Artyomovsk caused disagreement between Zelensky and Zaluzhny. According to the report, Zaluzhny told Zelensky a few weeks ago that Ukrainian troops needed to be pulled out of Artyomovsk. The Ukrainian president, however, had a fundamentally different view on the issue. Artyomovsk is located in the Kiev-controlled part of the DPR and is an important transportation hub for supplying Ukrainian troops in Donbass. Fierce fighting has been raging for the town. Denis Pushilin, the interim head of the Donetsk People's Republic said on February 16 that Russian forces had seized control of all key heights near Artyomovsk. Zelensky said on February 20 that Ukraine would fight for Artyomovsk "while it makes sense." Additional units continue to be sent to the town. Andrey Marochko, a retired lieutenant-colonel of the People's Militia of the Lugansk People's Republic, told TASS that Kiev had sent even underage children to take part in the hostilities. Yan Gagin, an adviser to interim head of the Donetsk People's Republic, said on Monday that Ukrainian forces in Artyomovsk were trapped just like they were in Debaltsevo in 2015.

(March 6, 2023)

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"Former Russian president Dmitry Medvedev said on Friday that the only way for Moscow to ensure a lasting peace with Ukraine was to push back the borders of hostile states as far as possible, even if that meant the frontiers of NATO member Poland."
This is from the Serbian news.
Maybe there are right wingers within the Polish army.
Warsaw and Berlin might coordinate a lot in their armies.
There are ports in both northern Germany and the Gulf of Danzig.
I wonder about weaponry traded from those ports.
There are reports about right wingers in Sweden.
(February 24, 2023)

"NEW YORK, February 24. /TASS/. Deliveries of F-16 fighter jets to Kiev are a long-term issue, US President Joe Biden and his Ukrainian counterpart Vladimir Zelensky have discussed the topic, US national security adviser Jake Sullivan told CNN in an interview."
This is from the Russian news.
Maybe the Germans assist a lot with the Ukrainian air force.
It's not well understood about the modern German air force and what all they do.
Luftwaffe is the German word for air force.
(February 24, 2023)

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#DC The EU expands and then the German economy expands and then the German army takes too much energy pic.twitter.com/hHmMrhl2O8

— Donna Welles (@WellesDonna) February 23, 2023

Notice this here, 1917. Maybe in 1916 the year before, it sat within the Russian territories. Russia is such a large land. The tsar was the tsar of the Russias. You can accurately call Kiev part of the Russias.
Ivan was the tsar of the Russias.
Ukraine and Kiev are part of the Russias.

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It's possible this is an illegal act of the Ukrainian government, sending away so many refugees.

Maybe, the Russian government and some of these other governments are starting to believe it's illegal about the refugees.

The Ukrainian refugee debate.
Where is it?
This is saying that this many have gone total.
It means that.
Probably it's corrupt to send so many people from Ukraine.
The Ukrainian government sometimes is accused of being illegitimate.
Maybe if Zelensky didn't ask for so many weapons there wouldn't be so many refugees.
It's strange that Zelensky doesn't mention the refugees.
The Russians seem to be formally protesting this, as an example of illegal stuff the Ukrainian government is doing.
That's why I say it's the Russian news.
"GENEVA, February 22. /TASS/. A total of 8,087,952 Ukrainian refugees have arrived in European countries since Russia launched its special military operation, the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said on Wednesday."
This is from the Russian news.

"Uzbek-Hindi military training started in India"
This is from the Tashkent news.
There are actually a lot of unsettling reports right now about Uzbekistan.
Maybe there are right wingers or something in their parliament.
The ambassador here in DC has three kids.
I think he doesn't go a good job.
His name is Javlon.
(February 23, 2023)

Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Dushanbe Tajikistan
Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
Kabul, Afghanistan
Ashgabat, Turkmenistan

This one, Uzbekistan has a daily news report. A lot of it anymore seems not good. There are strange reports generally now about Tashkent. Maybe the Germans go there a lot or something.

"MOSCOW, February 22. /TASS/. Unlike his Normandy Quartet partners (Germany, Ukraine and France), Russian President Vladimir Putin was doing everything he could to put the Minsk package of agreements on Ukrainian reconciliation into practice, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told TASS in an interview."
This is from the Russian news.
It's just an interesting story about Minsk.
(February 22, 2023)

Remember when Liz Truss advocated for sending weapons to Ukraine, and now more than a million Ukrainian refugees are in Bulgaria.

"UNHCR Bulgaria Representative Kuzucu: Some 1.1 Mln Ukrainian Refugees Have Entered Bulgaria Since Onset of War"
This is from the Bulgarian news.
That seems like a lot of refugees.
Maybe it's corrupt about the Ukrainian refugees in terms of transporting them away from Ukraine.
(February 22, 2023)

Maybe the Ukrainians don't know how to operate the weapons they receive.
It's possible women are operating heavy weapons in Ukraine.

"Bulgaria's President: It is Unacceptable to See the Army not as Guarantor of Security but as a Donor to Ukraine" "Radev called on the politicians who criticize that Bulgaria did not take advantage of the opportunity to provide its old weapons to Ukraine in exchange for new ones according to NATO standards, to answer specifically what such a deal would mean."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
Maybe it's corrupt now to send weapons to Ukraine.
It seems like labor unions do this for a living.
(February 22, 2023)

Zelensky asks for weapons and sends away Ukrainian refugees. Someone asked if the Ukrainian refugees in Ireland celebrate Irish holidays now.

The news has photos of women army infantrymen in Ukraine. Also, pregnant Ukrainian women. It's as though they have babies and then join the army in Kiev.

This morning there was a report in the Russian news about Ukrainian infantry deployments. I guess they are sending Ukrainians to the Chernobyl region. Maybe the fertility rates in Ukraine are so high that there are pressures for people to live in strange regions. Also, you wonder about the quality of the Ukrainian officer corps. Maybe the Ukrainians don't have high quality army officers. (February 21, 2023)

"Biden left Kyiv after five hours VIDEO/PHOTO" "The U.S. President left Ukraine after spending 5 hours in Kyiv."
This is from the Serbian news.
It's just an interesting story about Zelensky.
(February 21, 2023)

"KIEV, February 21. /TASS/. The Joint Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are holding drills in the Chernobyl zone near the Belarusian border, Joint Forces Commander Sergey Nayev said."
This is from the Russian news.
It's a strange story about the Ukrainian army.
Maybe some of them are weirdos.
They might have bad leadership.
Remember in WWI, the French army deserted a lot.
Maybe the Ukrainians have really bad military officers.
(February 21, 2023)

"Army ready: NATO starts a conflict in Taiwan?" "After Ukraine, NATO intends to start a new armed conflict in Taiwan, as indicated by Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Munich."
The Serbian news is reporting on Taipei.
Maybe the Germans send police radios to Hong Kong, Macau, and Taipei.
There are complaints about the police in all three regions.
There are reports about the German navy near Jakarta.
(February 20, 2023)

"Germany falls behind on pledge to revitalize its military" "New defense minister says Berlin is struggling to fill gap created by aiding Ukraine" "Russian mercenary chief says he is also behind the global information war" "Chinese balloons' first clandestine target: China" "Beijing used aerostats to observe its own people and prevent dissent" (February 18, 2023)

"MOSCOW, February 17. /TASS/. Warsaw is trying hard to conceal evidence of the mass participation of Polish citizens in military activities in Ukraine, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said at a briefing on Friday."
This is a really big deal.
Maybe the Germans and Poles work together a lot.
It's possible both Berlin and Warsaw send defense stuff into Ukraine.
Maybe they fire weapons into Russia from Ukraine.
It's not clear about right wingers in Poland.
(February 17, 2023)

"Moscow has replaced Northern Fleet forces deployed for the war in Ukraine with tactical nuclear weapons in the Northern Fleet for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union."
This is from the Bulgarian news.
It's about the Baltic Sea.
Lubeck, Germany is near Poland.
There have been reports about right wingers in Sweden.
Maybe right wingers trade through the ports in northern Germany and the Gulf of Danzig.
The Russian navy might be deploying ships to confront right wingerism in the Baltic Sea.
(February 15, 2023)