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November 27, 2022
UPDATE ON THE SITUATION – Ukraine commemorates this Saturday the tragic memory of the Holodomor, which caused millions of deaths in 1932-1933.
Ukraine said the Russians “will payfor all Holodomor victims, power is gradually being restored in the country, UK says Russia likely removed nuclear warheads from its missiles… Le Figaro provides an update on the latest information related to the war in Ukraine this Saturday, November 26.
Russia will ‘pay’ for Holodomor, says kyiv
Russia will pay for a Soviet-era famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in the winter of 1932-33 and for its actions in the current war in Ukraine, the head of Ukraine’s presidential administration said on Saturday. .
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«Russians will pay for all Holodomor victims and answer for today’s crimesAndriy Yermak wrote on Telegram, using the Ukrainian name of the disaster. The annual day of remembrance for the victims of the Holodomor in Ukraine takes place this year on Saturday.
In November 1932, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin sent the police to seize all grain and livestock from newly collectivized Ukrainian farms, including seeds needed for the next harvest. Millions of Ukrainian peasants starved to death in the months that followed, in what Yale University historian Timothy Snyder calls “clearly premeditated mass murder».
A ‘former general’ in the US Marines who is a member of Wagner, according to Prigojine
The leader of the Russian Wagner mercenary group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, said on Friday that a “former generalof the American Marines was part of this private army whose recruits fight in particular in Ukraine.
Responding to a question from the Finnish newspaper Helsingin Sanomat, the Russian businessman replied: “There are not many Finnish citizens at Wagner PMC, around 20 people. For obvious reasons, I cannot provide exact information about them».
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«I have a very good opinion of the Finns on the battlefield. They fight within a British battalion (part of Wagner) which is commanded by an American citizen, former general of the Marine Corps“, Added Evguéni Prigojine quoted by the press service of his company Concord.
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