May 19, 2024
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Russia is stepping up its disinformation campaign against Zelensky – US intelligence

Russia steps up disinformation campaign against Zelenskyi – US intelligence Russia has stepped up its disinformation campaign to discredit Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi and undermine his legitimacy, according to a recent US intelligence assessment.”, — write on: unn.ua

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Russia has stepped up its disinformation campaign to discredit Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyi and undermine his legitimacy, according to a recent US intelligence assessment.

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Russia is stepping up its disinformation campaign against Zelensky - US intelligence

Since the beginning of the day, Ukrainian troops have repulsed 140 enemy shellings in many directions, intense fighting continues in various areas of the front.

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Since the beginning of the day, 140 combat clashes have taken place - General Staff

Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in China on a two-day visit to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping, his first overseas visit since his re-election.

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Putin landed in China

Zelenskyi discussed the situation at the front and Russia’s attempts to expand the war with the Prime Minister of Portugal Montenegro, and they also talked about the Peace Summit as a potential first step towards restoring a just peace.

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Zelenskyi and the Prime Minister of Portugal discussed the situation at the front

The EU imposed sanctions against 4 more Russian mass media – “Voice of Europe”, “RIA Novosti”, “Izvestia” and “Rossiyskaya Gazeta”, accusing them of propaganda, and also banned Russian funding of European mass media, non-governmental organizations and political parties.

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EU imposes sanctions on four more Russian mass media

France has declared a state of emergency in New Caledonia amid violence over electoral reform.

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France introduced a state of emergency in its overseas territory - New Caledonia

Juraj Čintula, the attacker who shot Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico, explained that he disagreed with the government’s policies, in particular, regarding freedom of speech and the supposed liquidation of the media and the attacks on the Slovak TV channel RTVS.

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Fico's attacker explained why he shot the prime minister

On May 15, the Russians fired 37 times at the border areas and settlements of the Sumy region, as a result of which 183 explosions occurred, one civilian woman was killed, and another person was injured.

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In the Sumy region, as a result of Russian shelling, 1 person was killed and 1 person was injured

Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was shot at point-blank range during the assassination attempt, according to new video showing him approaching a crowd before shots rang out and his bodyguards apprehended the attacker.

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Fico was shot at close range, another video of the attempt appeared

If Georgia wants to stay on the path to the European Union, it cannot have one foot in Moscow, believes the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania, Gabrielius Landsbergis.

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Georgia cannot have one foot in Moscow if it wants to join the EU - the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Lithuania

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