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Lots of happiness regarding the long-awaited good news from the frontline, but once again, for everyone uninvolved in actual liberation and defense it's more important to talk about the NEEDS of our #UAF - even complete liberation won't deprive russians of ability to wage war->
#UAF heroes fight stopping, repelling ruscist attacks, now are driving russians backs at some of the directions, but the goal is free peaceful life for our ppl, not just war for the sake of war & sadly russians still are able to hit anywhere in #Ukraie while we cannot hit them->
To defend the liberated ppl & lands, for liberation to make sense #Ukraine needs means that would allow to deprive russia of impunity that drives its war against us, to force russians to cease their terrorist strikes - long range missiles of our own, Western help is crucial here
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Update #Ukraine
Im Überblick:
- Moskau ordnet Offensive an allen Frontabschnitten an;
- ukr. Truppen wollen russ. Einheiten westlich vom Dnjepr abschneiden;
- ukr. Minister stellt seine Aussage über Millionenarmee klar;
- russ.-türk.-iran. Gipfel in Teheran.
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Das russische Verteidigungsministerium hat die Ausweitung der Offensive auf allen Frontabschnitten angekündigt. Die „operative Pause“ sei vorbei. Im besonderen Fokus soll offiziell die Ausschaltung der ukrainischen Artillerie stehen, die Donezk unter Beschuss nimmt.
Bemerkenswert war, dass nahezu zeitgleich zu der Ankündigung aus Moskau die „militär-zivile Administration“ von #Zaporizhzhia (also die Verwaltung vom russisch eingenommenen Teil) erklärte, dass „Anfang Herbst“ ein „Referendum über den Beitritt zu Russland“ stattfinden solle
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#Germany has reportedly rejected #Ukraie's request for military equipment.

Whatever the cause - "provocation of Russia" "undermining position of neutral mediator" "not wanting to get entangled" - it exposes a huge double standard in DE's approach to aggressor & innocent victim.>
Aggressor Russia gets it all. Siemens turbines supplied to RU-occupied Crimea, in violation of #EU-sanctions, to make RU occupation energy sustainable. No consequences except for a meaningless apology.
Germany's Deutsche Bank is the place to go for Russian money laundering schemes and for financing the Kremlin's world-wide corruption. No serious consequences like criminal prosecution - just fines (which are always anticipated and built into the cost of doing business).
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