Sunday 25th of September 2022

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Boris Johnson put problems plaguing his Tory party at home on the backburner on Friday as he paid a second surprise visit to Kiev to meet with Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky. The UK Prime Minister offered to launch a major military training programme for Ukrainian forces “with the potential to train up to 10,000 soldiers every 120 days.”

Boris Johnson, fresh from his surprise visit to Ukraine, has urged western leaders to “steel” themselves for a long conflict in Ukraine.

In an article for The Sunday Times, the UK Prime Minister also outlined his recommendations for "constant funding and technical help" to the Kiev regime that should be maintained for "years to come."


“Time is now the vital factor. Everything will depend on whether Ukraine can strengthen its ability to defend its soil faster than Russia can renew its capacity to attack. Our task is to enlist time on Ukraine’s side,” wrote the PM after his Friday meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.


Boris Johnson may be battling domestic issues, such as inflation at 40-year highs and spiraling domestic fuel prices, his leadership questioned over fallout from the “Partygate” scandal, but when it comes to the Ukraine crisis, he appears to have a plan on the ready.

He laid out a four-point plan in his article, which he claimed would “recruit time to Ukraine’s cause.”


“First, we must ensure that Ukraine receives weapons, equipment, ammunition and training more rapidly than the invader, and build up its capacity to use our help,” wrote Johnson.


He touted yet again the training plan he had offered the Ukrainian president on Friday.

Johnson’s proposed three-week training programme for Ukrainian forces had the potential “to train up to 10,000 soldiers every 120 days," the office of the PM said in a statement earlier, adding that the new operation will train forces outside of the country. It will accelerate deployment and boost the resistance of the Ukrainian troops, the statement said. In addition, Ukrainian soldiers will learn medical training, cyber-security, and counter-explosive tactics. Furthermore, international partners would be invited to host the program if the offer is accepted by Ukraine, the statement read.

Second, said Boris Johnson, “we must help preserve the viability of the Ukrainian state.”

According to him, this required "constant funding and technical help”. At this point Johnson referenced the role of the European Union and the visit of the leaders of France, Germany, Italy and Romania to Kiev made on Thursday. Following their trip, the European Commission backed Ukraine's bid to be given candidacy status to join the EU .





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Ukrainian solders are increasingly abandoning their positions and posting videos with complaints about their command. Why is the number of desertions increasing in the war torn country?

The total assistance of Western countries to Ukraine has already exceeded the country’s military budget for 2022, which was to amount to $12 billion. And this is without taking into account humanitarian donations from ordinary citizens all over the world. Very soon, Ukraine will receive another $20 billion for its military needs from the United States.

It would seem that this huge infusion of funds and incessant supply of weapons from abroad should solve all the problems of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. However, its soldiers are increasingly abandoning their positions without authorization, refusing to go to the frontline in Donbass, and publishing video messages online in which they criticize their commanders. In this article, RT looks into why, despite foreign aid to Ukraine, the number of problems involving the deployment of military personnel is growing, and why Ukrainian soldiers are deserting more and more frequently.

A scandalous bill submitted by [Ukraine’s parliament] Verkhovna Rada deputy Mariana Bezugla, giving officers the right to execute servicemen for desertion, was withdrawn on May 24. However, the very appearance of such an initiative clearly indicates that the problem is real, and the authorities are sounding the alarm.

ndeed, the units of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Donbass are increasingly facing situations where logistical support is simply non-existent: there is no ammunition, food, or artillery support. A lot of videos have recently appeared on the web that have been posted by the soldiers themselves. As a rule, they confirm their unauthorized departure from the frontline, while explaining their reasons. Many of these come from military personnel in the area of Severodonetsk and Lisichansk, where the most brutal battles are currently raging in the Donbass.

Criticism of the Command

Perhaps one of the most sensational videos, published on April 28, contained a message from members of the 79th Airborne Assault Brigade describing the brutality of their commanders. According to the commandos, the unit was taken to a forest near the village of Yampol in Donetsk region and left there to die. “We sat there for five or six days, and the commanders abandoned us... And now we are being made deserters for the fact that we survived... There are a lot of corpses still lying there in those pits.” They stressed that they had asked for help, but the commander gave the order to “go hand-to-hand against the tanks.” Now, the surviving paratroopers face trials for desertion.

Interestingly, after the video was published, many readers in the Ukrainian segment of the internet began to declare that this news was fake, though even Ukrainian presidential advisor Alexey Arestovich confirmed it. However, a second video soon appeared, recorded by some paratroopers who confirmed the authenticity of the story in the first video and tried to explain why they had appealed to the Ukrainian people. “I will no longer wear the uniform of this brigade, and half of us guys here feel the same,” saidparatrooper Andrey Berezinsky.

Criticism of the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine by servicemen has not been uncommon in recent months. The 115th Territorial Defense Brigade reported that the soldiers had not undergone any training on how to dig in under artillery and mortar fire. 

Soldiers in Severodonetsk recorded a video in which they complained to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and the Commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Valery Zaluzhny, about a lack of heavy weapons and reinforcements. The soldiers decried the incompetence of their commanders, who they said had remained in the rear. “We are simply being sent to certain death. There is no combat leadership, no combat commander, no respect for people.”









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Over 50 Ukrainian generals and officers killed in missile strike – Russia


The Russian Defense Ministry said Kalibr missiles were also used to destroy Western-supplied M777 howitzers and armored vehicles




Warships have destroyed a command center with Kalibr cruise missiles, killing dozens of Ukrainian officers, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Sunday.

“More than 50 generals and officers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces were killed,” the statement said.

The strike took place near the village of Shirokaya Dacha in Dnepropetrovsk Region. The strike hit the compound where commanders of several Ukrainian units had gathered for a meeting, Moscow said.

The ministry added that Kalibr missiles were also used to destroy 10 M777 howitzers and up to 20 armored vehicles that were recently delivered from the West, and had been stored inside a factory building in the southern city of Nikolayev.

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Meanwhile, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported on Sunday that the country's artillery destroyed several Russian multiple rocket launchers.

Russia attacked Ukraine state in late February, following Kiev's failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements, first signed in 2014, and Moscow’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk. The German- and French-brokered protocols were designed to give the breakaway regions special status within the Ukrainian state.








Ukrainian army losses spiked sharply after the fall of Mariupol and the strategic shift implemented by the Russian army. Moscow no longer aims to destroy Ukrainian weapons stockpiles, but to liberate Novorossia (south of the country).

On 8 June 2022, for the first time, Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov assessed the losses incurred by his armed forces: 100 dead per day and 500 wounded.

On 9 June, speaking to the BBC, President Zelensky’s assistant Mykhaylo Podolyak estimated the losses to be between 100 and 200 men a day [1].

On 10 June, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky enacted a law authorizing the mobilization of young people from the age of 18.

According to British intelligence sources, picked up by The Independent, the ratio of forces between the Ukrainian and Russian armies is 1 to 20 for artillery and 1 to 40 for ammunition [2].

A civil disobedience movement has sprouted in Ukraine. Young conscripts, with no experience or training, refuse to sacrifice themselves for President Zelensky.

The 50 states which constitute the Contact Group for Ukraine will meet on 15 June in Brussels, hosted by US Defense Secretary General Lloyd J. Austin III. They will try to figure out a way to put an end to this bloodletting [3].






The Metiolkino settlement near Severodonetsk in the LPR has been liberated

▪Some units of the Ukrainian military are leaving the combat zone because of low morale, lack of ammunition and support

▪More than 50 generals and officers of the Ukrainian military (several of them were from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine) have been eliminated with sea-based Kalibr rockets, while at a work meeting in a control point in Dnepropetrovsk region

▪More than 400 Ukrainian neo-Nazis have been killed as a result of strikes in the past 24 hours

▪More than 100 Ukrainian servicemen in the Dnepropetrovsk region have been destroyed by a high-precision missile strike

▪Up to 200 Ukrainian militants, including several foreign mercenaries, have been eliminated after a strike at the Selidovo settlement in the DPR


Russia's Kalibr missiles have hit 10 155mm M777 howitzers supplied to Ukraine by the West and up to 20 armoured vehicles on the territory of the plant in Nikolaev

▪Two Ukrainian Uragan launchers have been destroyed on the territory of the Kharkov Tank Repair Plant with an Iskander strike

▪A Ukrainian Su-25 has been shot down in the Nikolaev region, as well as eight Ukrainian UAVs



burying the dead with shovels….

Ukraine says it will ‘fight with shovels’ if denied Western arms


The foreign minister says more people will die due to the slow supply of military aid 

Ukraine will continue fighting against Russia even if it has no weapons whatsoever, so the West should speed up its shipments of arms to Ukraine or be responsible for the deaths of its troops, Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said to German media on Sunday.

“If we don’t get weapons, fine. Then we will fight with shovels. But we will keep defending ourselves because this is a war for our existence,” Kuleba was quoted as saying in an interview with the public broadcaster ARD.

“The sooner we get the weapons, the sooner they are sent, the more good they will do us. If they come late, we will still thank you, but then there will be a lot of waste, and many people will have died by then,” he added.

He made the remarks during a panel discussion with political talk show host Anne Will. The list of guests on the show also included the President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen and several German politicians and political experts.

Kuleba said that Russian artillery outgunned Ukraine’s in Donbass 15 to 1, echoing statements that several senior Ukrainian officials have made lately. Kiev cannot win with such an imbalance of power, the foreign minister said.

Western politicians, who believe Kiev should make concessions to Russia and agree to settle the conflict with a peace agreement due to the dire situation on the battlefield, are wrong, Kuleba claimed.

Ukraine was left with some of the largest military stockpiles among former Soviet republics when the USSR dissolved. Now it says it’s lost up to half of its heavy weapons fighting against Russia and allied forces in the east.

Kiev has been pleading for the West to deliver artillery guns, tanks and fighter jets, but have received just a fraction of what they asked for. Ukraine’s allies say they are concerned that Moscow could perceive delivery of weapons as a serious escalation, and Moscow might consider the suppliers as part of the hostilities, Western officials claim.

Moscow says that any military aid given to Ukraine escalates and prolongs the conflict and accused its opponents of waging “a war to the last Ukrainian” against Russia.