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Latest news in Ukraine: Putin hit hard as Wagner Group now admits ‘prisoners with serious medical concerns’

Vladimir Putin has been hit hard as Russia’s Wagner Group now admits “prisoners with serious medical concerns” in a desperate attempt to increase numbers, according to the UK Ministry of Defense.

Putin’s private wagner group Mass recruitment of inmates from Russia’s notorious prisons.

of UK Ministry of Defense has released the latest intel updates including: “On 27 October 2022, Russia Mogul Evgeny Prigozhin posted online alleging that his private military company, the Wagner Group, had changed its standards and was recruiting Russian prisoners suffering from serious diseases such as HIV and hepatitis C. clearly acknowledged.

“The role of the Wagner Group has evolved significantly since the Russian invasion. UkraineIn previous conflicts, many of the operators had previously served as Russian professional soldiers, thus maintaining relatively high recruitment standards.

“The hospitalization of inmates with serious medical problems highlights an approach that prioritizes quantity over experience and quality.”

For the latest updates, read the Ukraine-Russia live blog below…

  • Russia using ‘mobilized reserve forces’

    British intelligence suggests that Russia is using a “mobilized reserve force” in the Dnipro battle because it is “very low” in personnel.

    madman Vladimir Putin reportedly causing these “poorly trained” soldiers to die. He is desperately trying to hold onto the land in this area.

    According to the Ministry of Defense, Russia If you want to secure a place, you need to recruit ‘higher quality’ soldiers.

  • Russian defense minister admits 82,000 conscripts sent to Ukraine

    Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu confirmed in a meeting with President Putin that 82,000 conscripts had been sent to Ukraine.

    Guardian Online reports: He confirmed that the Russian military was no longer recruiting civilians, with the Russian president admitting it was “inevitable”.

  • Ukraine’s finance minister suggests country needs $38 billion for post-war reconstruction

    Ukraine’s Finance Minister Serhiy Marchenko said the country’s budget was not enough and that other sources of funding for post-war reconstruction had to be found.

    “We are currently looking for resources for critical reconstruction … around $38 billion a year,” Minister Serhi Marchenko told Ukrainian state broadcaster Saspirune.

  • Bodies of 18th-century Russian politicians removed from Kherson

    British updates have revealed that the remains of an 18th-century Russian politician have been removed from Kherson’s tomb.

    The update added that the extensive removal of the body of Prince Grigory Potemkin from a cathedral east of Dnipro indicates that Putin is planning a “quick withdrawal” from the area. rice field.

  • Stop Sending Weapons, Ukrainian Minister Warns Iranian Counterparts

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitro Kuleba claimed in a phone call with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amiravdrahian that he had asked Iran to stop providing weapons to Russia.

    “Today I received a call from Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdulahian,” Kureba tweeted late Friday.

    “I called on Iran to immediately stop the flow of weapons to Russia that are used to kill civilians and destroy Ukraine’s critical infrastructure,” he wrote.

  • Ukrainian forces kill 20 Russian soldiers in Luhansk region

    Twenty Russian soldiers were killed and 30 wounded by Ukrainian forces in the village of Chervonopopivka in the Luhansk region, said Luhansk Military Region Chief.

    Serhiy Haidai wrote in the following post telegram: “Almost every day we are checking the accuracy of Ukrainian artillery as enemy ammunition depots, barracks and equipment are on fire.

    “Another strike was launched in the area of ​​Kreminna. In Chervonopivka, up to 20 enemy soldiers were eliminated and about 30 occupiers wounded.”

  • Zelensky accuses Moscow of turning Kherson into a ‘no civilized zone’

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, in his video address late Friday, accused Moscow of trying to turn the Kherson region into a “no civilization.”

  • Russian parliamentarians warn against sending poorly trained recruits to Ukraine

    Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has been warned by a member of the Russian parliament not to send ill-equipped troops to Ukraine.

    BBC News reported: Maksim Ivanov said it was unacceptable to send unprepared recruits to places like Donetsk.

  • Zelensky blames Russia’s ‘poorly equipped’ troops fighting in Ukraine

    Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address on Friday that Russia is facing a “new wave of mobilization” because its mobilized soldiers are “poorly prepared and equipped and are being used mercilessly by the command”. may be needed soon,” he said.

  • 41,000 Russian reserves fighting in Ukraine

    Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu told President Vladimir Putin that 41,000 of the 300,000 conscripted reservists had already been sent to fight in Ukraine. BBC News reports.

  • Russia ends civilian withdrawal to prepare for Kherson battle

    Russian officials reiterated the completion of operations to remove civilians from the occupied city of Kherson ahead of the Ukrainian counterattack.

    BBC News reported: 70,000 civilians crossed the left side of the Dnipro.

    “We are preparing Kherson for defense,” said one Russian militia commander.

  • Russia raises Nord Stream attack at Security Council

    Russia said it would bring up the bombing at the UN.

    “The Russian side intends to bring to the attention of the international community, particularly through the United Nations Security Council, a series of terrorist attacks against Russia in the Black and Baltic Seas, including the involvement of the United Kingdom,” the Russian Foreign Ministry said. . spokeswoman Maria Zakharova told Telegram.

  • 100 prisoner exchanges

    The Russian Ministry of Defense spoke of the negotiations.

    Ukraine has returned about 50 people.

    50 people from each side were exchanged.

  • Russia Plays ‘The Hunger Games’

    Ukraine’s foreign minister said Russia had used a “false pretext” in the Crimean strike to allow it to withdraw from the grain deal.

    Dmitro Kuleva tweeted: “I call on all countries to demand that Russia stop Hunger Games and fulfill its obligations.

  • Russian schoolgirl sews balaclava for soldier

    Soldiers complained that they were being sent to fight without proper equipment.

    “We sew for men,” the school wrote on its VKontakte social media page.

    “As part of an action to support mobilization, schoolchildren are .. Four of the Sobinki sew balaclavas for soldiers participating in special operations during technology classes and extracurricular activities,” the Telegraph said. We are reporting.

  • US uses new bombs in Europe to lower ‘nuclear threshold’, Russia claims

    Moscow confirmed it on Saturday Russia Military plans consider accelerating the deployment of modernized US B61 tactical nuclear weapons at NATO bases in Europe. This lowers the “nuclear threshold”.

    Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told the state-run RIA news agency that “we cannot ignore plans to modernize nuclear weapons, free-falling bombs, in Europe.”

  • Internet Group Helps Ukraine Identify Russian Missile Attack

    An online intelligence group has launched an investigation into the strike into Ukraine to help with the war prosecution.

    intelligence Group Bellingcatwrote a report called Remote Control Killer Behind Russia’s Cruise Missile Attacks on Ukraine.

    It is reported that three technical engineers from Russia want to be prosecuted for being behind strikes against Ukraine. USA Today News.

  • UK Defense Ministry accuses Russia of ‘fabricating’ story

    Moscow has accused the UK of being involved in a “fictitious” attack on Sevastopol in Crimea.

    The Russian Ministry of Defense responded on Twitter: To undermine their disastrous response to an illegal invasion of Ukraine, the Russian Ministry of Defense is making false allegations on a grand scale.

    “This fabricated story says more about the debate going on inside the Russian government than about the West.”

  • What did Russia say about suspending the grain deal with Ukraine?

    The Kremlin issued a statement saying it would suspend the deal “indefinitely” after accusing Ukraine of attacking Crimea.

    It released a statement from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Russian side cannot guarantee the safety of humanitarian dry cargo ships participating in the “Black Sea Initiative” due to the non-functioning of the designated humanitarian corridors, and from today suspends its implementation indefinitely. ”

  • Ukraine Foreign Minister: ‘warned’ about Russia’s ‘plans’

  • Ukrainian soldiers build ‘sauna’ in trenches

    The official Ukrainian Twitter account asked @thisisFINLAND to rate a makeshift sauna.

  • Russia claims warship damaged in strike

    The attack on Sevastopol was reported to have occurred yesterday and involved nine drones.

    Britain’s Ministry of Defense (MoD) said Russia was “spreading false claims on an epic scale”.

    Russia said the attacks did not damage “civilian infrastructure”.

  • UN in emergency talks with Russia over grain deal violations

    Russia has suspended the termination of pacts with Ukraine and Turkey to allow grain shipments from Odessa.

    “The Black Sea Grains Initiative is an important humanitarian initiative that has a demonstrably positive impact on food access for millions of people around the world,” said UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric. It is important that all parties refrain from actions that expose them to .

  • Russia Plays ‘The Hunger Games’

    Ukraine’s foreign minister said Russia had used a “false pretext” in the Crimea strike to allow it to withdraw from the grain deal.

    “I call on all countries to demand that Russia stop playing the Hunger Games and fulfill its obligations,” Dmitro Kuleba said on Twitter.

  • Russia accuses Ukraine of ‘fake terrorist attack’

    The explosion in Crimea has been accused of being hoaxed, Ukraine says.

    As a result of the “attack”, Russia is withholding an agreement with Ukraine on grain exports.

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