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2022年04月11日

Top Neo-Nazi commander killed in Ukraine – Russia

Top Neo-Nazi commander killed in Ukraine – Russia
Taras Bobanich, a senior figure in the Right Sector group, was killed by Russian commandos, the Russian defense ministry said
Russian commandos have killed a prominent member of Ukraine’s ultra-nationalist Right Sector group, the Russian defense ministry claimed on Monday. Taras Bobanich was accused by Moscow of causing hundreds of civilian deaths in eastern Ukraine during hostilities in 2014.

A Russian recon team killed the top Neo-Nazi while on patrol about 5km south from the city of Izium in Ukraine’s Kharkov region, the ministry statement explained. It said he was a deputy commander of the Right Sector responsible for reserve operations.

The ministry didn’t disclose the circumstances of Bobanich’s death. The Right Sector’s social media reported that he was killed on Friday near Izium, calling him a “legendary nationalist”.

The 33-year-old, whose nickname was “Hummer”, came originally from western Ukraine. He rose to national prominence during the mass protests and armed coup of 2013-2014, during which Western-backed Ukrainian nationalists served as a street fighting force against law enforcement.

The coup ended with the toppling of Ukraine’s democratically elected president and a rebellion in the east of the country, which the new authorities in Kiev tried to quash with military force. The nationalists formed so-called “volunteer battalions” to participate in the fighting.

According to Russia, Bobanich had personally ordered the indiscriminate artillery shelling of cities in eastern Ukraine during the hostilities, which allegedly resulted in hundreds of deaths.

In addition to serving as a nationalist military commander, Bobanich played a prominent role in the blockade of trade between Ukraine and Crimea in the autumn 2015. The blockade was organized by nationalist forces who wanted to punish people living on the peninsula for breaking away from Ukraine a year prior and voting to rejoin Russia.

Moscow attacked its neighbor in late February, following Ukraine’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements signed in 2014, and Russia’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics in Donetsk and Lugansk. The German and French brokered protocols had been designed to regularize the status of those regions within the Ukrainian state.

Russia has now demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked and has denied claims it was planning to retake the two republics by force.
posted by ZUKUNASHI at 19:49| Comment(0) | 国際・政治

ウクライナ政府は国民を徹底して人間の盾に使っている



そして偽旗作戦で多数の市民を殺しています。
2022年04月09日
44日目の現実はウクライナ軍による国民の殺害
化学工場の薬品タンクも爆破しています。


posted by ZUKUNASHI at 17:51| Comment(13) | 国際・政治

衣服や所持品に付着したコロナウィルスが感染源になることもありそうだ

中国で韓国製衣料を輸入販売する店で集団感染が発生しています。


暖かくなって、人々が防寒着を脱いで、軽い服装に変わってきています。防寒着は、玄関で脱ぎますが、この先、屋外と屋内での服装が同じということになっていくでしょう。

感染者が多くなってくると、外出時に着ていた服に新コロナウィルスが付着して、そのまま長時間着ていると、それが感染源になることはないでしょうか。

これからの季節、外出から帰ったら衣類を替える、できるだけ洗濯のしやすいものを選んで着るのがよいのかなとぼんやりと思っています。

中国で感染要因となった韓国で製造された衣料は、別に新コロナウィルスが付着しやすい環境で作られ、梱包されたわけではないのでしょうが、感染者が多くなって、作業現場に新コロナウィルスが蔓延していたということなのでしょうか。

使用済マスクと同じような汚染状況だったのかもしれません。マスクは使い捨てにしますが、衣類はそうはいかない。

2022年04月04日
中国で韓国衣料から感染発生





韓国の衣料品工場は、新コロナウィルス隔離病棟並みの汚染だったとみられます。

感染者が増えれば、至るところでそうなる。

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 10:48| Comment(0) | Covid19

オーストリア首相モスクワでプーチンと会談  欧州はいつ正気に返る

EU leader to meet Putin in Moscow
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer reportedly seeks to become ‘bridge builder’ between two nations
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer is expected to visit Russia on Monday, officials in both Moscow and Vienna have confirmed.

The upcoming visit was first reported by Austria's Kronen Zeitung newspaper, which cited government sources saying that the country’s leader was seeking to become a “bridge builder” in an attempt to help broker peace between Russia and Ukraine.

The visit has been coordinated with the EU leadership, as well as Nehammer’s German counterpart Olaf Scholz.

Nehammer’s office confirmed the upcoming visit to TASS, while Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reported that the Austrian leader will hold talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“Yes. We confirm [the talks],” Peskov told RIA Novosti.

On Saturday, Nehammer visited Kiev, meeting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, as well as other top officials. During his visit, the Chancellor expressed his support for Ukraine, stating that the EU will continue to ramp-up anti-Russian sanctions “until the war stops.”

“As long as people are dying, every sanction is still insufficient,” Nehammer stated.

Moscow sent troops into Ukraine in late February, following Kiev’s failure to implement the terms of the Minsk agreements signed in 2014, and Russia’s eventual recognition of the Donbass republics of Donetsk and Lugansk.

The German and French brokered Minsk Protocol was designed to give the breakaway regions special status within the Ukrainian state.Russia has since demanded that Ukraine officially declare itself a neutral country that will never join the US-led NATO military bloc. Kiev insists the Russian offensive was completely unprovoked and has denied claims it was planning to retake the two republics by force.





Ukraine talks between Putin and EU leader conclude outside Moscow
Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer said the negotiations were “direct, open and hard”

Closed-doors talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer concluded outside Moscow on Monday. No press conference or joint statements followed the meeting at Putin’s official residence, and no photo or video materials were published.

The negotiations were not a “friendly visit” but were rather “very direct, open and hard,” Nehammer told Austrian media after the talks. He signaled that the conversation revolved around the humanitarian aspect of the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine.

“This is not a friendly visit. I’ve just come from Ukraine and saw with my own eyes the immeasurable suffering caused by the Russian war of aggression,” Nehammer stated, adding that he had raised alleged “war crimes” blamed on Russian troops during the meeting. The chancellor also revealed that he told Putin that anti-Russian sanctions imposed by the EU would remain in place and could even be reinforced as long as the conflict goes on.

“The EU is more united than ever on this issue,” Nehammer stated.

posted by ZUKUNASHI at 09:08| Comment(0) | 国際・政治