Day 715 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

Day 715 NEWS about Ukraine and Russia situation

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This is a short news report about the situation in Ukraine.
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U.S. coordinating spokesman Kirby responded to the situation in Ukraine at a press conference,
saying that “the Ukrainian military is being careful about the distribution of ammunition.
He also suggested that there is a surplus of rockets,
self-propelled artillery and other equipment due to the ammunition shortage.
He added,
“Russia also knows that Ukraine has no supplies,
so they are making sure that their air defense missiles are depleted quickly.”
He also touched on the situation in Avdiivka,
opining that “Russia wants to use Avdiivka as a logistical base to gain a foothold to capture the Donbass region.
Incidentally,
the military aid bill,
which includes border security and Ukraine,
will not be voted on in the Senate,
and President Biden accused “former President Trump of calling Republican senators and flirting with them and threatening retaliation.
The bill is currently being debated for a vote during Wednesday on whether to remove border security and vote on the aid portion for Israel,
Ukraine and Taiwan,
according to the report.
2nd.
Here is an article about Tucker Carlson,
the first Western journalist to interview President Putin since the Russian invasion of Ukraine,
which summarizes the highlights of the interview 10 times more entertainingly than the interview was published.
Until last year,
Tucker Carlson hosted a political talk show on Fox News in the United States.
He is still a world-renowned TV host,
a well-known supporter of Trumpism,
and one of the most influential figures in right-wing media,
but he once had his own show on MSNBC about 20 years ago that was canceled due to low ratings.
Could it be because of this experience?
He is famous for his Fox News show,
where he regularly baits his guests and regularly weaves in scandalous,
racist,
and conspiracy theories,
such as having a reporter from fashion magazine Vogue talk politics and cutting him off,
telling him to “think about his boots” and that “immigrants are making America poorer and dirtier,” and in 1999 he made headlines for interviewing a man who said he had a one-night stand with former President Barack Obama.
But he was fired days after Fox News confirmed it would pay $767 million in damages to Dominion,
the manufacturer of vote-counting machines used in the 2020 presidential election between Trump and Biden,
amid allegations of fraud.
Last year,
we interviewed Prime Minister Orban and Miley,
who became president of Argentina.
He is said to be pro-Russian because of his support for President Trump,
his opposition to abortion,
his criticism of the current administration’s support for Ukraine,
his talk about the existence of a “biological research institute” in Ukraine that is said to be Russian propaganda,
and his support for the release of an American journalist detained in Russia.