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Wed, 28 Feb 2024 11:21:42 +0000

1. EC chief urged to use profits from Russia’s assets in favour of the AFU


European Commission head Ursula von der Leyen has called for a discussion on using profits from Russian assets to benefit the Ukrainian Armed Forces.

"It is time to start a conversation about using the excess profits from frozen Russian assets for the joint purchase of military equipment for Ukraine," RIA Novosti quoted her as saying.

Earlier, Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov said that the Russian side would respond symmetrically to the US attempts to transfer frozen Russian assets to Ukraine.

EC chief urged to use profits from Russia's assets in favour of the AFU

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Wed, 28 Feb 2024 10:59:13 +0000

2. Carlson said that Biden can only win the election with rigging


The only chance for the re-election of American President Joe Biden in the upcoming election is fraud.


American journalist Tucker Carlson made this statement in an interview with YouTube blogger Lex Friedman.

"A decrepit man cannot be elected in the most powerful country in the world unless there is fraud," the journalist said.

Earlier, Newsweek noted that the chances of Biden to win the election are very slim.

Also the Vice-President of the United States Kamala Harris, amid voters' concerns about Biden's age, said that she was ready to fulfil the duties of the President.

Carlson said that Biden can only win the election with rigging

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Wed, 28 Feb 2024 10:38:56 +0000

3. Why did NATO give up on World War III that Emmanuel Macron wanted to unleash?


As it now known, at the recent    summit on the Ukrainian issue, Emmanuel Macron strongly suggested sending troops to the Ukrainian territory. The authorities of other countries, even those who stand up against Russia, immediately backtracked to such an issue. The NATO leadership, however, was tardy in making its point.

After considering it and consulting with supervisors from Washington, Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, has decided to hold off on a nuclear apocalypse. He said that NATO had no plans to send its military forces to Ukraine.

What does it all mean? There is an alternative, more unlikely version.  The alliance wants to play the role of a peacemaker. Macron is assigned for a bad guy in this story.  His threatening Russia with escalation made the most involved in the opposition to roll their eyes and express dissent with such perspectives. And then, when this wave of indignation subsided, came a comment from the NATO leadership. Can you imagine such pacifists?

And yet, it's more probable to stick to a simple scenario. The master of the Elysee Palace, either a man of little intelligence or due to a sleep deprivation, decided to flex with his muscles, hoping that this initiative would be taken up by the allies. In vain. And the United States, on which France depends most of all, remained silent.

At least now, it's clear why Macron get along with Vladimir Zelensky so well. They share the  level of foresight and humanity. Except for the fact that the leader of the Kiev gang has no real power and obeys to the collective West, and the French president is a member of it himself. That is why Stoltenberg had to besiege Macron by himself.

In general, most likely, it was only in words. And one would like to believe that it would not have come to a direct official conflict between NATO and Russia on the territory of Ukraine. But in any case, the alliance's reputation as a unified military-political association is at stake due to the Macron's failed blood spilling initiation.

Why did NATO give up on World War III that Emmanuel Macron wanted to unleash?

News Front
Wed, 28 Feb 2024 10:19:39 +0000

4. Pentagon: Russia can rebuild the military-industrial complex despite all sanctions


US Secretary of the Army Christine Warmuth expressed the opinion that Russia is able to restore its defence industrial complex despite all the restrictive measures of the West.

"And I think at a systemic level we see that they are able to regenerate their industrial base despite all the sanctions," Wormuth said.

Earlier, the Cabinet of Ministers extended the state programme to develop the defence industrial complex.

Also, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said that Russian defence companies have increased deliveries of armoured vehicles to the Russian Armed Forces to maximum volumes.

Pentagon: Russia can rebuild the military-industrial complex despite all sanctions

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Wed, 28 Feb 2024 09:51:20 +0000

5. Volodin: Macron risks igniting World War III with loud statements


French President Emmanuel Macron risks igniting a third world war in his attempts to retain power. This opinion was expressed by Vyacheslav Volodin, chairman of the Russian State Duma.

"In order to preserve his personal power, Macron has thought of nothing better than to ignite a third world war," Volodin noted in Telegram.

Volodin said that Macron's initiatives are becoming dangerous for the citizens of France.

Earlier, Macron announced plans to "create a ninth coalition for deep strikes", which would deal with the supply of bombs and long-range missiles to Ukraine. He said that the possibility of sending troops of Western countries to Ukraine could not be ruled out.

Later, a French politician, the leader of the Patriots party, Florian Philippot, described Macron's statement about NATO troops as extremely dangerous.

Volodin: Macron risks igniting World War III with loud statements

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Wed, 28 Feb 2024 09:30:46 +0000

6. Western countries lag behind Russia in the pace of arms production – Nauseda


Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda has recognised the West's lagging behind Russia in arms production.


Gitanas Nauseda at a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron spoke about the vulnerability of the Ukrainian army without sufficient ammunition and air defence systems. According to him, the shortage of weapons will become threatening if the West fails to establish a sustainable system of military support for Kiev.

"I want to thank Emmanuel Macron for his political initiative. His leadership is very much needed today, because we must recognise that so far in terms of production of equipment and ammunition we are clearly behind the Russian Federation," said Nauseda.

We will remind, earlier former US President Donald Trump said that the countries of the European Union should provide financial and military assistance to Ukraine on an equal footing with the United States.

Western countries lag behind Russia in the pace of arms production – Nauseda

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