The British Prime Minister’s office said in a statement that the United Kingdom will send its warplanes to fly over the Black Sea basin to monitor Russia in the region.
Earlier, British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that his country would monitor Russia’s actions in the Black Sea using reconnaissance operations.
And the British government statement continued: “As part of these reconnaissance operations, Royal Air Force planes will fly over the region to curb Russia.”
The British statement also included the claim that Russia might attack ships transporting grain.
It is noteworthy that, on July 18, Russia announced the suspension of the grain agreement. The Russian side informed Türkiye, Ukraine and the United Nations of its objection to its extension.
Russia : The West is putting pressure on India over the Ukraine crisis
The Russian Foreign Ministry said today, Friday, that the G7 countries are putting pressure on India to include in the final documents of the G20 its unilateral positions on the conflict in Ukraine.
The Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement published on its website: “The G7 countries, primarily the United States, Britain, Germany and France, are exerting pressure on India and seeking to have its unilateral approach to the situation around Ukraine reflected in the final documents of the G20 summit activities.” , which will be held in New Delhi on Saturday and Sunday.
The Russian Foreign Ministry indicated that the Indian side is trying, under these circumstances, to adhere to a neutral path, relying on the “pure economic mandate” of the G20.
The statement added: ” India rejected the West’s demands to invite Ukraine to participate in meetings in this format (G20), and thus prevented the United States and its allies from using its opportunistic considerations to sabotage the important practical achievements that New Delhi achieved during a year of its presidency” of the G20.
Earlier, the Financial Times reported that British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak would call on his Indian counterpart, Narendra Modi, on the sidelines of the G20 summit in New Delhi, to use his influence to “end the conflict” in Ukraine.
City of Leningrad : Germany’s hypocritical position limits compensation to Jews and ignores others
Defense participants and residents of Leningrad demanded that the current German government include compensation and humanitarian aid to all those who survived the siege.
The request noted that the city of Leningrad, where people of more than a hundred nationalities lived, lost more than a million civilians in the period 1941-1944 alone.
The document stated: “Today the survivors of the Siege of Leningrad live in many countries of the world. Less than 60,000 people of various nationalities remain alive. We strongly condemn the dual position of the German authorities, who for a long time diverted humanitarian aid to the Jewish survivors of the siege.” But it categorically refuses, under fabricated pretexts, to include compensation for all living survivors of the siege without dividing them on an ethnic basis.”
Survivors of the Siege of Leningrad: Germany’s hypocritical position limits compensation to Jews and ignores others
The document indicated that all incidents of inhumane crimes committed by the Nazi invaders were documented in the records of the Nuremberg Tribunal and many documents.
The Siege of Leningrad, which began on September 8, 1941, lasted nearly 900 days. The blockade was lifted on January 18, 1943, but the people of Leningrad had to wait a full year before it was completely lifted – January 27, 1944.