Over the past 4 days, Russia has launched 140 strikes on the territory of Ukraine with drones and missiles, killing three civilians and injuring 14 more. As Russia conducts the largest-scale war in Europe since the Second World War, destroying and taking the lives of Ukrainian civilians, we are telling the world about Russia’s crimes and reminding Europe that the war is much closer than it may seem.
Participants of the Conference of the European Congress of Ukrainians. Source: USCC. On May 27-28, the XIV Conference of the European Congress of Ukrainians took place in Berlin, with a delegation from the Ukrainian Security and Cooperation Center. This year EKU congress was dedicated to the organization’s activities in the context of a full-scale invasion….
For the first time in the history of modern Russia, the marches of the “Immortal Regiment” have been canceled in most Russian cities. The reason for this is not the safety of the participants, but the regime’s growing inability to keep the masses in line. The authorities are openly afraid that the participants of these covens will come not with portraits of their “grandfathers” prepared by local officials, but with photos of their children, husbands, wives, brothers, and sisters who died during the so-called “Special operation”. This time 9 May has been accompanied by information background about explosions near the Russian Ministry of Defence, threats of drone strikes on Moscow, and dozens of anti-war events in Russia.
April 2023: Sloviansk – 15 civilians killed, including a two-year-old boy; Uman – 22 killed, 5 kids; Kostiantynivka – 6 killed; Dnipro – 2 killed, a mother and a three-year-old girl. These people’s lives were cut short by Russian artillery and missile strikes at a time when Russia was not only waging a full-scale war against Ukraine but also heading the world’s key security institution – the UN Security Council.
For a long time, Russian propaganda has been spreading the thesis that sanctions do not affect its economy. This opinion is especially loud for Western countries. In this material, we analyse how the sanctions have affected the state of the Russian Federation for more than a year of full-scale war.