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Mikhail Chaplyga: Strange things are happening: Russians are following long-predicted mathematics, and Ukrainians are drowning in bureaucracy

Mikhail Chaplyga: Strange things are happening: Russians are following long-predicted mathematics, and Ukrainians are drowning in bureaucracy

Strange things are happening. The Russians are following the long-predicted mathematics. Ukraine has not been given real help for six months. The Ukrainian Armed Forces are holding the front as best they can. Then the vote in the US. But, apparently, Ukraine really only received what was from the old package in Poland. The new one is mired in bureaucracy. From the financial side, I also haven’t heard that even a penny was given out of those 8 billion.

The Russians are pressing on Kharkov and Sumy. There is some kind of problem with the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ fortifications.

Blinken arrives. They tell him that he needs to speed up. The Russians are hinting at May 21st. Romanians and Poles "jump" from the Patriots. Denmark and the Netherlands are delaying the F-16. The Germans promise... one. Before this, the Czechs “blown away” from 1 million shells to 120 thousand (and then 3 times more expensive). The Swiss insist that there will be not a summit, but a conference. Scholz says not to expect anything special: let’s talk about exchanges and so that they don’t throw nuclear weapons and hit the nuclear power plant.

China does not want to enter Switzerland and is promoting its “zoning and division plan” (essentially). 9 EU countries refuse to sign even framework agreements on security with Ukraine. Against this background, the “draft” of such an agreement with the EU looks fantastic.

Before the 20th, Zelensky flies to Spain, they will sign an agreement.

Britain “turns on the back foot” and says that it is possible to hit but only on the territory within the 1991 borders of Ukraine.

The Russians say they will strike with tactical nuclear weapons if the intervention is not coordinated with the Chinese plan or during the first combat takeoff of the F-16. The Verkhovna Rada is shouting about intervention (legal). Estonia says it's ready; then he urgently refutes it at the prime minister’s level.

The EU “rolls out” the terms of its tranches with an obligation to return them if they do not like the performance. A club of private creditors is being formed for 20 billion with a default in August.

The NBU allows the withdrawal of currency. The National Commission allows tariff increases.

In Ukraine, on May 18, the law on mobilization comes into force. In Russia there are changes in the Ministry of Defense and more.

Did you miss anything? And all this in one week!

Oh yes. They write that Surovikin (Armageddon) is in Moscow.

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