The Ukrainian authorities said they managed to thwart a terrorist attack on the country’s leadership. “Thanks to the information we receive from our operational sources, we were able to prevent an attack on the leadership of our country,” said Ukraine’s Deputy Interior Minister Yevhen Yenin, quoted by Interfax Ukraine and relaunched by the BBC. Yenin said he could not provide any further details for the time being. “We’ll be able to give a lot more after beating Russia,” he added.
Zelenskyy – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky reiterated to Western partners that Ukraine needs modern weapons to stop Russian missiles, which the devices currently used by the Ukrainian armed forces cannot launch. “Ukraine needs modern anti-missile weapons. Our country still does not have enough (…) the delay in their delivery is unjustifiable Ukrainian population.
MEDVEDEV – “If Russian imperialism had a face, it would be Medvedev’s. A small man with big insecurities, spraying poison on Ukraine or threatening the world as the only way to assert himself. Ukraine was there, there is. The question is where Dmitry Medvedev will be in two years,” Ukrainian Presidency adviser Mykhailo Podolyak wrote on Twitter, after former Russian President Dmitry Medvedev controversially argued on Telegram today on whether Ukraine will still be in two years will.
MILITARY TARGETS – The Kerch Bridge in the Mykolayiv region, which connects Russia with Crimea, “will be the number one target after the Ukrainians receive the necessary weapons”. This is what Ukrainian General Dmytro Marchenko said in an interview with Radio Svoboda. “Absolutely yes. This is no secret, neither for our military nor for them. Neither for our civilians nor for them. That will be goal number one.