PM urges allies to send MORE arms to Ukraine and to 'call out' Iran's supply of weaponry to Russia
The Prime Minister, attending a meeting of the British-led Joint Expeditionary Force in Riga, Latvia, pushed for a focus on 'degrading Russia's capability to regroup and to resupply'.The Prime Minister, attending a meeting of the British-led Joint Expeditionary Force in Riga, Latvia, also pushed for a focus on 'degrading Russia's capability to regroup and to resupply'.
© Julien de Rosa / AFP Christo Grozev, Bulgarian investigation journalist in Paris, September 5, 2022.
Journalist Christo Grozev, principal investigator in Bellingcat, is Placed on the list of people sought by the Kremlin. According to information available on the Russian Interior Ministry website. In charge of surveys concerning Russia, he notably revealed the involvement of the Russian intelligence services in the poisoning of the opponent Alexei Navalny.
His name is behind a number of embarrassing revelations for Moscow. Christo Grozev, for example, directed the journalistic investigation which revealed the involvement of the Russian intelligence services in an attempted coup in Montenegro in 2016. It was also two years later to identify three Russian agents as suspects of the poisoning of the Russian double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in London.
Russia's navy will be equipped with hypersonic Zircon cruise missiles within weeks
The war-mongering despot warned the Kremlin will invest whatever necessary to increase its nuclear arsenal and vowed his much-hyped Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles will be available in weeks.The war-mongering despot warned the Kremlin will invest whatever necessary to increase its nuclear arsenal and vowed his much-hyped Zircon hypersonic cruise missiles will be available to his forces within weeks.
In 2014, he worked on the Crash of the flight MH17 in eastern Ukraine. Finally, when Alexei Navalny is the victim of an attempted poisoning in a Hotel in Siberia in 2020, it is still Christo Grozev who takes the investigation in hand, and who, in collaboration with the Russian opponent, allows to reveal the actions of the FSB in this case.
violation of the Russian penal code, according to Moscow
now 53 years old, the Bulgarian citizen Christo Grozev is officially sought for violation of an article in the Russian Criminal Code; This is what the Ministry of the Interior indicates, without specifying the nature of the accusations. In July, Moscow had already declared BellingCat, an unwanted foreign organization, considering the journalistic investigation site as a threat to the order and security of Russia. In September, Christo Grozev said that Bellingcat was "the worst nightmare of Moscow".
Fighting rages in east Ukraine as Russia reaffirms demands for ending war .
By Dan Peleschuk and Herbert Villarraga KYIV/BAKHMUT, Ukraine (Reuters) -Russian forces shelled and bombed towns and cities in eastern and southern Ukraine on Tuesday, a day after Russia's foreign minister said Kyiv must accept Moscow's demands for ending the war or else suffer defeat on the battlefield. Those demands include Ukraine recognising Russia's conquest of a fifth of its territory. Kyiv, armed and supported by the United States and its NATO allies, has vowed to recover all occupied territory and to drive out all Russian soldiers.