Putin’s officials in bid to END Ukraine war by SECRETLY approaching West

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VLADIMIR Putin’s senior officials have “approached the West to help end the Ukraine war” according to sensational claims.

A highly placed Kremlin official has revealed Putin’s government is “panicked” over the direction of the brutal invasion in a report that has reached Western intelligence.

As reported by the Mirror, it is believed senior officers and officials have been spooked by heavy-hitting sanctions, a failing economy and increased risks such as fighting around the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

According to the newspaper, a document reads: “A representative of Putin’s inner-circle sent a signal to the West about the desire to negotiate. The mood of the Kremlin elite is panic.”

And last night, a senior Ukrainian diplomatic source told the Daily Mirror: “If someone close to Putin has made overtures already it would not come as a surprise.

“It is often the case as happened in the closing stages of the Second World War that officials on a side concerned about their future make approaches to ensure it.

“Many of the Kremlin ‘elite’ are familiar with life in the West, have had children at Western universities and lived elsewhere.

“They know there is a good life to be had away from Putin’s grasp but so far they have not done anything about it as they are too terrified of what will happen to them.”

It comes as it was announced by Ukraine’s Ministry of Defence that “one-fifth” of Russian armed forces units were now “destroyed”.

And Ukraine also says the deranged dictator has left 20,000 Russian troops stranded in a tactical withdrawal after Kyiv blew up key bridges in the country’s southern city of Kherson.

The soldiers are believed to be cut off from their battalion and key supply lines following a Ukrainian missile strike in the region overnight.

Read our Ukraine-Russia blog below for the latest updates…

  • First grain ship arrives in Turkey

    The first grain ship from the UN-brokered deal arrived in Istanbul on Sunday.

    The vessel, stocked with 3,050 tonnes of wheat, left Ukraine on Friday.

    Russia and Ukraine combine to make up 1/3 of the world’s grain production.

  • Russia set to sell weapons to its allies

    Putin as claimed Russia are ready to offer state of the art weaponry to nation’s willing to ally with the despotic dictator.

    “[We] are ready to offer our allies the most modern types of weapons, from small arms to armoured vehicles and artillery to combat aviation and unmanned aerial vehicles,” Putin said during an arms show in Moscow.

    This comes as Russia works to strenghten its ties to Latin America, Asia and Africa.

    Specifically, this week has seen Putin and Kim Jong-un agree to “expand the comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations with common efforts” between Russia and North Korea.

  • Putin and Kim Jong-un set to unite pariah nations against the ‘hostile’ West

    Putin and Kim Jong-un have penned letters to one and other, promising to unite their countries against the democratic West.

    The concerning kinship has stoked fear among security agencies who fear their alliance could result in disastrous consequences.

    In the letter, the pair promised to “expand the comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations with common efforts”.

    This comes just weeks after Kim took aim at the new government in Korea’s southern counterpart, warning he could “annihilate” President Yoon Suk Yeol.

  • Separatist court charges Brit who fought for Ukraine

    A Russian-backed separatist movement in eastern Ukraine’s Donetsk, has levelled charges at five foreigners for allegedly fighting for Ukraine.

    UK national John Harding is among the five accused.

    A trial is set to take place this October.

  • Putin’s allies mutiny as ‘panicked’ Moscow elite go ‘behind tyrant’s back

    Putin’s allies are reportedly reaching out to the west in a desperate attempt to end the war in Ukraine.

    Russia‘s elite are increasingly panicked over the sanctions imposed on the country, and hope talks could end the war peacefully.

    A document believed to have been circulated around Western intelligence agencies and supposedly seen by The Mirror said: “A representative of Putin’s inner circle sent a signal about the desire to negotiate.

    “The mood of the Kremlin elite is panic.”

    While this Russian traitor has not been named, they have been described as a “pillar of the regime” in Russia.

    Another source told the Mirror: “It is often the case as happened in the closing stages of the Second World War that officials on a side concerned about their future make approaches to ensure it.”

  • Putin’s bloodthirsty mercenary’s home base is taken out by Ukrainian forces

    As many as 100 fighters in Putin’s notorious private army were allegedly killed in the strike by a US-supplied Ukrainian Himars rocket system.

    It was rumoured that the head of the Wagner group Yevgeny Prigozhin, also known as “Putin’s chef”, was killed in the strike.

    A Ukrainian official on Monday confirmed Russian reports that the Wagner base in Popasna, eastern Ukraine, was targeted in a missile strike.

  • Ministry of Defence provides update on Ukraine conflict

    The British MoD has provided Brits with a new batch of information regarding Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine.

    The update said: “On 11 August 2022, Russian media reported that Denis Pushilin, head of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), had said that the date of a referendum on the DPR joining Russia will be announced after the DPR’s ‘complete liberation’.

    “Previously, in June 2022, investigative journalists published evidence of a DPR planning strategy for running such a referendum and for ensuring that at least 70 per cent of votes were in favour of joining Russia.

    “It is likely that Russia is in the advanced planning stages to hold a referendum, though it is unclear if the final decision to go ahead with a vote has yet been taken.

    “The Kremlin will likely see the military’s failure to occupy the entirety of Donetsk Oblast thus far as a setback for its maximalist objectives in Ukraine.”

  • Brittney Griner appeals Russian court decision

    The imprisoned basketball star has appealed her sentencing as she searches for a way to return to the United states.

    The two-time olympic gold medalist was allegedly caught with Cannabis on her person when travelling in Russia.

    The United States has since proposed a prisoner swap that would see Griner returned home in exchange for known Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout

  • Austria declares neutrality as Russia’s bloodthirsty invasion rages on

    As reported by Al Jazeera, Austria has committed to neutrality, despite Russia’s continued attempts to destroy Ukraine.

    This is a rare position in the current European climate, and will likely draw criticism from Ukraine’s allies.

    According to Al Jazeera, Austria has also called on Finland and Sweden to end their attempts to join NATO.

  • Ukraine’s government extends martial law until November

    Ukrainian officials have confirmed martial law will be extended until November 21 as Russia’s brutal invasion rages on.

    Martial law was first brought into effect on Feb. 24, the day Russia launched its full-scale war.

  • First grain ship arrives in Turkey

    The first grain ship from the UN-brokered deal arrived in Istanbul yesterday.

    The vessel, stocked with 3,050 tonnes of wheat, left Ukraine on Friday.

    Russia and Ukraine combine to make up 1/3 of the world’s grain production.

  • Russia set to sell weapons to its allies

    Putin as claimed Russia are ready to offer state of the art weaponry to nation’s willing to ally with the despotic dictator.

    “[We] are ready to offer our allies the most modern types of weapons, from small arms to armoured vehicles and artillery to combat aviation and unmanned aerial vehicles,” Putin said during an arms show in Moscow.

    This comes as Russia works to strenghten its ties to Latin America, Asia and Africa.

    Specifically, this week has seen Putin and Kim Jong-un agree to “expand the comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations with common efforts” between Russia and North Korea.

  • Putin and Kim Jong-un set to unite pariah nations against the ‘hostile’ West

    Putin and Kim Jong-un have penned letters to one and other, promising to unite their countries against the democratic West.

    The concerning kinship has stoked fear among security agencies who fear their alliance could result in disastrous consequences.

    In the letter, the pair promised to “expand the comprehensive and constructive bilateral relations with common efforts”.

    This comes just weeks after Kim took aim at the new government in Korea’s southern counterpart, warning he could “annihilate” President Yoon Suk Yeol.

  • Pope claims Ukraine invasion is distracting from world hunger

    Pope Francis has controversially claimed the war in Ukraine is distracting people from important issues such as world hunger.

    “The people of this region, who already live in very precarious conditions, are now in mortal danger because of drought,” he said at his weekly address.

    “Unfortunately the war (in Ukraine) has distracted attention and resources but these are the aims that call for the utmost commitment – the fight against hunger, health care, education,” he said.

    Specifically, the Pope was speaking of the food crisis currently devastating Somalia.

  • Putin’s allies mutiny as ‘panicked’ Moscow elite go ‘behind tyrant’s back

    Putin’s allies are reportedly reaching out to the west in a desperate attempt to end the war in Ukraine.

    Russia’s elite are increasingly panicked over the sanctions imposed on the country, and hope talks could end the war peacefully.

    A document believed to have been circulated around Western intelligence agencies and supposedly seen by The Mirror said: “A representative of Putin’s inner circle sent a signal about the desire to negotiate.

    “The mood of the Kremlin elite is panic.”

    While this Russian traitor has not been named, they have been described as a “pillar of the regime” in Russia.

    Another source told the Mirror: “It is often the case as happened in the closing stages of the Second World War that officials on a side concerned about their future make approaches to ensure it.”

  • Putin ‘leaves 20,000 of his soldiers stranded’ as Ukraine takes key tactical bridge

    The brutal dictator has left 20,000 Russian troops stranded in a tactical withdrawal after Kyiv blew up key bridges in the country’s southern city of Kherson, a Ukrainian official has claimed.

    According to Vitaly Kim, governor of Mykolaiv district, an entire command of Mad Vlad’s troops has bailed from the west bank of the Dnipro river in southern Ukraine to escape a counterattack by President Zelensky’s men.

    Posting on his Telegram channel, Kim said he “felt just a bit sorry – but not much – for the stupid orcs” left abandoned on the right bank of the Dnipro, using a derogative term for Russian soldiers.

    “All of the commanders are moving to the other side.”

  • NZ to deploy 120 troops to Britain to train Ukrainian troops

     New Zealand is sending 120 military personnel to Britain to help train Ukrainians in front-line combat, the government said on Monday.

    The deployment will enable two infantry training teams to equip Ukrainian personnel with the core skills to be effective in combat, including weapon handling, combat first aid, operational law and other skills.

    The training of about 800 Ukrainian soldiers will be conducted exclusively at one of four locations in Britain, and New Zealand defence personnel will not travel to Ukraine, the government said in a statement.

    “We have been clear that a blatant attack on a country’s sovereignty and the subsequent loss of innocent lives is wrong and intolerable. Our condemnation will continue to extend beyond words and include critical support,” Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern told a news conference to announce the deployment.

    She stressed that New Zealand troops have not and would not engage in combat in Ukraine.

    Thirty New Zealand defence personnel completed a deployment in May to train Ukrainian military personnel in operating artillery.

    The training deployments are part of a series of actions in response to Russia’s Feb. 24 invasion of its southern neighbour that have included more than NZ$40 million ($25.70 million)in financial support and the sanctioning of 840 individuals and entities.

  • Russian losses as of August 15

    Russia continues to lose troops, equipment, and weapons as its brutal invasion of Ukraine rages on.

    According to the Kyiv Independent, Putin has lost 43,750 troops.

    On top of that, Russia has lost 233 planes and 1,876 tanks.

  • Russia to hold independence referendum in Donetsk

    According to the British Ministry of Defence, Russia are planning to hold a independence referendum in the coming months, in partnership with the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic.

    This vote is unlikely to be truly democratic, claim the MoD, with Russia planning to ensure that at least “70%” of people vote to join Russia.

    This has been seen as a response to Russia’s military failure in the area, as their forces continue to struggle against Ukrainian troops.

  • Ministry of Defence provides update on Ukraine conflict

    The British MoD has provided Brits with a new batch of information regarding Russia’s brutal invasion of Ukraine.

    The update said: “On 11 August 2022, Russian media reported that Denis Pushilin, head of the so-called Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), had said that the date of a referendum on the DPR joining Russia will be announced after the DPR’s ‘complete liberation’.

    “Previously, in June 2022, investigative journalists published evidence of a DPR planning strategy for running such a referendum and for ensuring that at least 70 per cent of votes were in favour of joining Russia.

    “It is likely that Russia is in the advanced planning stages to hold a referendum, though it is unclear if the final decision to go ahead with a vote has yet been taken.

    “The Kremlin will likely see the military’s failure to occupy the entirety of Donetsk Oblast thus far as a setback for its maximalist objectives in Ukraine.”

  • Good Afternoon! Henry Moore here reporting with the latest updates and details on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

  • Putin: Russia is ready to arm its allies

    Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Monday that Moscow values its ties with countries in Latin American, Asia and Africa and that it is ready to offer modern weapons to its allies.

    “(We) are ready to offer our allies the most modern types of weapons, from small arms to armored vehicles and artillery to combat aviation and unmanned aerial vehicles,” Putin said at the opening ceremony of the “Army-2022” forum near Moscow.

  • China conducts fresh drills around Taiwan as US lawmakers visit

    China staged fresh military drills around Taiwan on Monday, slamming a new visit by United States lawmakers to the island days after a similar trip by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi triggered a furious response from Beijing.

    The unannounced two-day trip by senior members of Congress prompted China to renew its rhetoric that it would “prepare for war” over Taiwan, a self-ruled democracy that Beijing’s leaders claim and have vowed to one day seize.

    The five-member congressional delegation — led by Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts — met with President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday, according to Washington’s de facto embassy in Taipei.

    “The delegation had an opportunity to exchange views with Taiwan counterparts on a wide range of issues of importance to both the United States and Taiwan,” it said.

    Tsai told the lawmakers she wants “to maintain a stable status quo across the Taiwan Strait” and “jointly maintain the prosperity and stability of the Indo-Pacific region”, her office said in a statement.

    She said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine demonstrated “the threat that authoritarian states pose to the world order”, according to her office, and also thanked Washington for its support in the face of Chinese military threats.

  • New Chernobyl fear in Ukraine

    FEARS of a “new Chernobyl” spiralled yesterday after Ukraine vowed to attack Russian troops refusing to leave a nuclear plant they seized.

    Atomic energy chiefs warned the risk of a catastrophe at Zaporizhzhia in the country’s south east is “grave” as the invaders defy pleas to demilitarise the danger zone.

    Ukraine and Russia blame each other for shelling at the huge complex — Europe’s largest atomic power station. Volodymyr Zelensky accused the Russians of “nuclear blackmail” and warned that Mad Vlad Putin’s troops there had become “special targets”.

    The Ukraine president said his soldiers will have no option but to attack them if they continue to fire at civilians.

    Russian troops stormed the site in March. Some 500 are now based there as Ukrainian technicians continue to run reactors.

    Petro Kotin, boss of the firm operating the plant, said 174 containers of radioactive material were in danger of being hit.

    He warned: “We could have a radiation cloud. The risk is very high.”

    There are fears a stray shell could cause a nightmare worse than the 1986 Chernobyl disaster 400 miles away which killed at least 31 people and sent a radioactive cloud across Europe.

    President Zelensky said: “Every Russian soldier who shoots at the plant or shoots using the plant as cover must understand he becomes a special target for our intelligence agents, for our special services, for our army.”

  • Poland set to ban Russian visas, reports suggest

    The Kyiv Independent has reported that Poland is exploring the possibility of denying visas to Russian nationals, as Putin’s brutal war in Ukraine rages on.

    Poland currently refuses to grant Russian tourists entry into the country, but this would ban them on the EU level.

    A series of countries support this initiative, including Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, the Czech Republic, and Slovakia.

    However, Germany, France and The Netherlands are against the idea.



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