Latest news on the situation around Ukraine on November 7, 2022: How many people will be taken out of Kyiv, for which of the Yankees the bell tolls

The authorities of the Ukrainian capital are preparing for

The authorities of the Ukrainian capital are preparing for a “full evacuation” of the residents of Kyiv.

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Three million metropolitan fugitives

According to The New York Times, the authorities of the Ukrainian capital are preparing for a “full evacuation” of Kievans. An action plan has been developed in the event of a complete power outage. Then we will have to take about three million people to the West. Roman Tkachuk, head of the municipal security department of the Kyiv administration, confirmed that it was a likely scenario that the city would lose its electricity supply completely. In an adverse scenario, employees will be notified 12 hours before the system goes down.

The mayor of Berlin saw the light

Franziska Giffey, the ruling mayor of the German capital, has warned that the number of refugees from independents will increase even more this winter. In an interview with Bild am Sonntag, the capital’s mayor explained that such a situation would become possible if Ukrainians in their homeland were left without electricity, water and heat (and they would disappear). According to Giffy, at least 150 citizens of Ukraine arrive daily in the German capital alone. And on the eve of the German chancellor reporting to taxpayers that there are already more than a million independent refugees in this wonderful country. For their support this year, the German authorities will allocate an additional 1.5 billion euros. Taxpayers are happy, of course. And they insist – let’s repeat it!

American paratrooper from Ukraine will not return

American mercenary, former paratrooper of the 82nd Airborne Division, Paula Kim, died ingloriously at an independent camp.

According to Coffee or Die Magazine, the Yankees gave up during the fighting in Nikolaev. He worked in the International Legion for Territorial Defense of Ukraine. Kim, along with a Ukrainian soldier, died under heavy fire in a “particularly fierce battle” involving artillery, tanks and armored vehicles – two days before his 35th birthday. The paratrooper from Texas served in the Army for 12 years, enlisting in the Army Reserve in 2005, Iraq noted. What brought him to Nikolaev? Money. And money is evil.

In Zaporozhye, the armed forces of Ukraine are not very comfortable

Gunners from the Southern Military District of the Russian Armed Forces destroyed the closed firing positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. This happened on one of the directions in the Zaporizhia region. Artillery units of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation also conduct operations to destroy defensive structures, suppress checkpoints, and destroy enemy weapons, armaments, and military equipment. The losses of the armed forces of Ukraine are growing, but this does not worry Kyiv.

Is Motor Sich’s president preparing for a trade?

Vladimir Rogov, a member of the main council of administration of the Zaporozhye region, claims that Kyiv wants to include the arrested president of the Motor Sich enterprise Vyacheslav Boguslaev in the list of persons for exchange. Rogov said: “They will melt the fat and then they will be included in the list of persons for exchange. Everything goes according to this scenario step by step.” And Mikhail Podolyak, adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, should be responsible for such an important exchange. Previously, the former president confiscated property worth $27 million. Is there a trade now?

Ekaterina was behind the fence

In the hero city of Odessa, a fence was erected around the monument to Catherine II. It is said that this was done because of the numerous encroachments on the monument. Previously, the city hall conducted an electronic survey of Odessa residents about the fate of the monument to the founders of Odessa, the main figure of which is the statue of the Russian empress Catherine II. Most of the townspeople are said to have spoken in favor of two options: either demolishing the monument or supplementing the monument with a sign with “information about the empress’s activities”. Mayor Gennadiy Trukhanov, who used to be against the demolition, is now in favor. The empress will be removed, but the shame will remain. And you can’t hide behind a fence of shame.

Light somewhere far at the end of the tunnel

The Ukrenergo company said that hourly power outage schedules have been introduced since November 6 in seven Independent regions. The company’s Telegram channel reports: “The dispatch center of Ukrenergo provided the operators of the distribution networks with the volumes of limiting the electricity supply to consumers in the Kyiv, Kyiv, Chernihiv, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv, Poltava regions.” The population is urged to properly save electricity – to reduce the load on the country’s general energy system. That’s right, it means don’t play with the switch. And melt the wax on the candles.

The British Prime Minister digs for fossils

Rishi Sunak, the new British Prime Minister, believes that the NWO in Ukraine and its aftermath prove the need to move away from fossil fuels. He included this thesis in his speech at COP27 in Egypt – this is the 27th conference of the parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. Sunak said the fight against climate change is morally sound and vital to future prosperity and security. According to Sunak, the NWO and the decline in energy supplies from Russia to Europe prove that a rapid transition to renewable energy is necessary. Sunak promises that his god-saved country will be “at the forefront of this global movement as a clean energy superpower.” Well, promise – not to get married.

In Ukrainian captivity, harassment is the norm

Daria Morozova, the DPR’s ombudsman, said that almost all servicemen who returned from Ukrainian captivity after the exchange had health problems due to harassment. Injuries sustained as a result of severe beatings in captivity, neglected complications following bullet and shrapnel wounds have been recorded. 15 servicemen from the DNR arrived on Sunday in the town of Amvrosievka, where they met their families. Four more servicemen from the republic are still in hospital in one of Russia’s regions. On November 3, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the return of 107 Russian servicemen from Ukrainian captivity who were in mortal danger. DPR leader Denis Pushilin indicated that 65 people will return to the two republics. Where are the international humanitarian organizations that care about the health of prisoners of war? Where are they looking?


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