Atomic threat from Russia. “We will use nuclear weapons if our existence is threatened” MARY PROTECT THE WHOLE WORLD!
The nightmare of the atomic bomb. The threat from Moscow is on the NATO table. The US reply: “This is not how a responsible nuclear power behaves”
The Russian-Ukrainian conflict reaches its 28th day. The Pentagon believes Ukrainian forces are “regaining ground” in southern Ukraine near Kherson.
Russia stresses that it will use nuclear weapons only if its very existence is threatened, but the US replies: “This is not how a responsible nuclear power behaves.” The denunciation of President Zelensky: “One hundred thousand people are trapped in Mariupol, where the Russians have kidnapped a humanitarian convoy”.
100,000 people trapped in Mariupol
One hundred thousand people have been trapped in the besieged city of Mariupol, facing starvation under constant Russian bombing. This was stated by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, who appealed for the release of a humanitarian convoy captured by Russian forces.
Zelensky renewed his call for safe humanitarian corridors, and said civilians are facing “inhuman conditions” in a “total siege without food, water, or medicine.”
The mayor of Kiev: we will die but we will never give up
Speaking to the Council of Europe, the mayor of Kiev, Vitali Klitschko, reiterated the Ukrainian capital’s commitment to defend itself at all costs against aggression. “In the worst case we will die, but we will never give up,” he guaranteed.
Ukrainian Ambassador, we will do everything possible for the Pope in Kiev
“We greatly appreciate the role of the Holy See, the Pope’s words on Ukraine. We will do everything possible to organize Pope Francis’ visit to Kiev but not everything depends on us, we need to organize security, we will do what we can ”.
This was stated by the Ukrainian ambassador to Italy Yaroslav Melnyk interviewed by Sky Tg24, adding that first a ceasefire should be reached in order to guarantee the safety of the pope.
CNN shows missiles launched from the Crimea
A video, posted on Telegram and geolocated by CNN, shows the launch of cruise missiles from a ship off the coast of Crimea, just west of the city of Sevastopol, towards Ukraine.
“It is clear that there is a ship out there in the distance,” a male voice is heard in Russian. “He’s shooting something, but you can’t see where,” she says again.