Latest news on the situation around Ukraine on November 14, 2022: What substances have been tested on Ukrainians and what part of independent Hungarians are watching

The Kakhov hydroelectric plant was seriously damaged as a result of shelling by the armed forces of Ukraine

The Kakhov hydroelectric plant was seriously damaged as a result of shelling by the armed forces of Ukraine

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They are trying to destroy the Kakhov hydroelectric plant

The head of the Novokakhovka city district, Vladimir Leontyev, said that the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant was seriously damaged as a result of shelling by the armed forces of Ukraine, but could be restored. Leontiev stated: “The scale of destruction is spectacular. Recovery will take a year or more, this should be judged by experts. The head of the district noted that as a result of the strikes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, the main Kakhovsky Canal, the North Crimean Canal and other important facilities were damaged.

Narcotic analgesics are tested in the square

The chief state sanitary doctor of the LPR, Dmitry Dokashenko, said that the West had tested narcotic analgesics in Ukraine. According to him, drug testing was carried out in the south-eastern part of Ukraine, because it reduces costs, and the pay for volunteers and specialists is lower than in Europe. And being located in Donbas, not far from the front line, minimizes the risks of unnecessary information “leaking” in the event of a breakdown. In these laboratories, narcotic nasal analgesics developed in the West for the NATO military were tested on Ukrainian citizens. Well, in general, the West is conducting a large laboratory experiment throughout the country.

The American military-industrial complex lobbied for the war in the independents

Asia Times columnist Leonard Goodman claims that US arms manufacturers have lobbied to stoke conflict in Ukraine. Goodman writes, “Military equipment manufacturers require hostile relations with major nations like Russia and China to justify sales of aircraft carriers, nuclear submarines, F-35 fighter jets, and next-generation nuclear bombs.” Well, in Kyiv’s case, smaller and cheaper weapons merge with the Zelensky regime overseas, but the stakeholders are the same..

The Americans are waiting for the offensive in Zaporozhye

The New York Times believes that the armed forces of Ukraine are preparing a large-scale counteroffensive in the Zaporozhian direction. The publication said that “there are increasing hints that the Ukrainians are preparing for a major ground offensive.” At the same time, it is noted that the armed forces of Ukraine may pay an “excessively high price” for attempts to force the Dnieper. But they’re not worth the price, are they?

New air raid across the country

An air alert has been declared on the morning of Sunday, November 13, in all regions of Ukraine. This was announced by the official resource for signaling the population. On Sunday evening, the alert was already announced in Kyiv and a number of central regions of the country, but was later cancelled. On Saturday, at different times, air raid sirens also sounded almost all over Ukraine.

American financiers want everyone to help Ukraine

US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will discuss winter energy issues with her French and Italian counterparts Bruno Le Maire and Giancarlo Giorgetti on the sidelines of the G20 meeting. Yellen will continue to provide strong financial assistance in the Ukrainian direction in a “transparent and predictable manner.” The US Treasury Secretary also plans to meet with People’s Bank of China Governor Yi Gan to discuss the global economic situation and how best to squeeze those Russians.

Blair condemned Sunak for recklessly aiding Kyiv

Tony Blair, the former British Prime Minister, accused current Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of having a “devastating effect” on the world’s poor. According to The Guardian, Blair negatively evaluates the decisions of the new British Prime Minister to reduce the funds allocated to help poor countries in Africa and Asia and to increase aid to Ukraine. He believes that this has an extremely negative impact on Britain’s image in the world. Blair sees the root, but Sunak…

Budapest views Ukraine with a squint, like Warsaw

László Toročkaj, the leader of Hungary’s Our Motherland party, has become the latest European politician to suggest the impending partition of Ukraine. Congratulating Poland on Independence Day, he said: “See you at the common Polish-Hungarian border!” And attached to the tweet a photo taken in March 1939 near the village of Uzhok (the territory of today’s Ukraine near the Polish border). Border guards who stand at the Polish-Hungarian border, formed after Hungary took over Transcarpathian Ukraine, shake hands there. Earlier, the head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry, Peter Szijártó, confirmed the existence of a military scenario to protect 150,000 of his compatriots in Transcarpathia. But in Kyiv they know only one “cutting specialist”, while others seem to be ignored.

In Kyiv, outraged chanting in the temple in Russian

Oleksandr Tkachenko, head of the Independent’s Ministry of Culture, said in a Telegram channel that the SBU and police have launched an investigation into possible chants in Russian during a service at the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UPC). ). Tkachenko wrote: “The National Police of Ukraine and the Security Service of Ukraine are already working on the situation with the video from the UOC service in one of the churches of the Kyiv-Pechersk Lavra.” But he added that the video should be verified for authenticity. Check-check, but you won’t strangle this song, you won’t kill it.


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