They ‘got rusty’ and lost reaction?
Orest Sohar, the editor in chief of the Ukrainian publication “Obozrevateli” said in connection with the study of Amnesty International, which generated harsh reactions in Ukraine, that AI is a weapon in the hands of Putin’s propaganda and its most recent report on the situation in Ukraine confirms this. ‘The international human rights organizations got rusty in Europe during relatively clam decades in Europe. They don’t know to work in conditions of the military aggression staged by a particular state that threatens the whole civilized world,” he stated.
The human rights organization Amnesty International used the “testimonies” of people who were in prisons or filtration camps in the Russian-occupied territories of Ukraine to prepare the highly-criticized report on the Armed Forces of Ukraine allegedly endangering civilians, according to the Ukrainian Center for Strategic Communications.
In particular, Amnesty International collected the materials on the territory of filtration camps and prisons, the survey was conducted among those “willing” to provide this kind of information. In some cases, according to the Center, a “proper” interview of this kind was the only chance to pass the filtration and leave the occupied territories.
Situation tense at Zaporizhia nuclear power plant
The Russians have begun to openly blackmail the whole world, declaring that they have mined the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant (NPP) and are ready to blow it up, Energoatom reported on its Telegram channel on Monday. According to Energoatom, it was Vasiliev who announced that the Russian occupiers had mined all the important facilities of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant.
“As you know, we have mined all the important facilities of the Zaporizhia nuclear power plant. And we do not hide this from the enemy. We warned them. The enemy knows that the plant will be either Russian or no one's. We are ready for the consequences of this step. And you, warriors - liberators must understand that we have no other way. And if there is the toughest order, we must fulfill it with honor,” Vasiliev told his soldiers.
Earlier, Andriy Yusov, a spokesman for the Main Intelligence Agency of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, said that the agency had confirmed information about the mining of Zaporizhia NPP power units by Russian troops.
Russian invaders on August 6 in the evening again launched a missile attack on the territory of the Zaporizhia Nuclear Power Plant, as a result of which three radiation monitoring sensors were damaged around the site with the station's dry storage facility for spent nuclear fuel.
UN chief Antonio Guterres has called for the end of military operations around Europe's largest nuclear plant. "Any attack on nuclear power plants is a suicidal thing," the UN's secretary-general told reporters in Tokyo, adding that international inspectors should be allowed to access the nuclear plant immediately.
Moldova is concerned about possible damage to the nuclear plant following shelling and asks to allow experts of the International Atomic Energy Agency to have access to the plant.
The White House Casa asked Russia to stop all the military operations close to the nuclear installations of Ukraine.
This is how “Russian world” comes and not only in Ukraine
Russia has been forming so-called "volunteer" units for the war in Ukraine since the spring; 40 such units have already been set up in 20 regions.
The "volunteers" sign contracts with the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation for a period of several months with the possibility of extension and officially become professional soldiers. The contract units are being formed on a territorial basis because that makes it more convenient to work with the "volunteers".
Turkey has own views on equation writer by Russia
According to sources cited by the Financial Times, the West is increasingly alarmed at the deepening ties between Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Russian dictator Vladimir Putin. Erdogan and Putin agreed to boost economic ties at a meeting in Sochi on Aug. 5. The Washington Post reported earlier that Russia wanted Turkey to help it bypass the sanctions imposed due to its aggression against Ukraine.
Situation when democratic procedure is just appearance
The occupiers constructing prison cells on the stage of the Philharmonic Society in Mariupol in order to arrange a show trial of prisoners of war. This was reported in the Mariupol City Council.
“Now, on the stage of the Mariupol Chamber Philharmonic, Russian invaders are assembling prison cells. The diameter of the reinforcement is 20 mm. The invaders are planning to hold a demonstrative” trial “of the defenders of Ukraine in September.”
Boychenko once again urged the UN and the International Committee of the Red Cross to intervene and ensure that Ukrainian POWs are treated in accordance with international law.