NATO Calls Nord Stream Leaks Sabotage

A huge circle of bubbling water about a kilometer in diameter, foam and diverging waves. The sabotage of the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 pipelines automatically increased the shares of Ukraine's gas transportation system, Yamal-Europe and Turkish Stream gas pipelines.

Is Ammonia Deal not Working as Grain Deal?

The issue with ammonia exports is an illustrative example of when behind-the-scenes political agreements come up. One would be surprised, but no prisoner exchange is needed for ammonia transit. Kiev agreed to unblock ammonia exports back when it signed the grain deal.

Exchange of Azov Regiment Members for Russian Servicemen

The prisoner exchange between Russia and Ukraine that took place on the night of September 21-22 in the Chernihiv Region hit the headlines. It turned out that Donetsk had handed over 10 foreigners to Saudi Arabia, including mercenaries sentenced to death.

Majority of Donbas, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia Regions’ Residents Vote to Join Russia

Election commissions in the referendums that ended the day before in the Donetsk People's Republic (DPR) and Lugansk People's Republic (LPR,) as well as in the Zaporizhzhia and Kherson Regions, processed all 100% of the voting results reports. As a result, according to TASS, 99.2% of the voters in the DPR, 98.4% in the LPR, 93.1% in Zaporizhzhia Region, and 87% in Kherson Region voted for joining the Russian Federation.

Meet Charles III, new Monarch

On September 10, a new monarch, Charles III, hitherto known as Prince Charles of Wales, officially ascended the throne in Great Britain. Who is Mr. Charles Windsor? And should we hope that relations between Britain and Russia will warm up?

West is Failing to Fulfill Grain Deal Terms, Said Lavrov

Foreign Minister of Russia Sergey Lavrov criticized Western countries for failing to fulfill the terms of the grain deal. It became clear that it was necessary to negotiate with Turkey and Russia to navigate the Black Sea. After the Russian military liberates Odessa and Nikolaev, Moscow will further strengthen its negotiating position.

Channel One Shows Coverage from the Position of the Wagner Group at the Liberated Donbasskaya Substation

War correspondent Dmitry Astrakhan visited the grounds of the Wagner Group at the Donbasskaya substation. His report from the front line was broadcast on Channel One. On September 18, the Wagner PMCs took control of the Donbasskaya 750 distribution substation, which provides energy to the entire northern part of the region.

Liz Truss to Freeze Energy Price cap

Liz Truss, named as the next U.K. Prime Minister, might freeze energy bills until 2024, that is, until the next parliamentary elections in her country.

Local Elections end in Russia

The day before the local elections, which took place from September 9 to 11, ended in Russia. This year it was decided to hold them in such a format so that voters had more opportunities and time to take part in the vote, stating their preferences.

Situation at Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant is Unacceptable but Guilty Party to be Held in Confidence - IAEA Report

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has recently published a report on the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant (NPP), which experts of this organization visited the other day. Among other things, the document calls for the creation of a safety zone near the Zaporizhzhya NPP.

Nuclear Stalemate

The shelling of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Energodar continued in the morning of August 12. This is the most conspicuous fact that the UN Security Council meeting the night before did not lead to any progress. The UN Security Council was at work to figure out who was to blame and what to do but so far to no avail.

UN Humanitarian Funding gap is Growing

According to the UN, amid the growing need for humanitarian aid to states which required it, the organization itself has faced a huge shortage of funding for such aid and a reduction in humanitarian programs for other countries.

AFU Counterattack on Kherson Fails

According to media reports, a fairly powerful attack by the AFU in the Nikolayev and Kherson Regions started right before the direct order of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky.

FSB Accuses Azov Servicewoman of Dugina's Death

Just over a day later, the Federal Security Service (FSB) reported that it had solved the murder of Daria Dugina. The FSB blamed the Ukrainian special services, and named Ukrainian citizen Natalia Vovk, who had fled to Estonia, as the direct perpetrator. Nevertheless, there are a lot of questions that still remain unanswered.

Belarus Believes That EU can Come to its Senses

Despite the numerous sanctions, Western countries send “a lot of signals,” which express their willingness to further cooperation, said Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko.