俄罗斯吞并乌克兰部分地区的行径遭到全球谴责 10-06 16:18 阅读 3007 9月27日,在俄罗斯控制的卢甘斯克地区,行人走过一个显示一名士兵和一面俄罗斯国旗的广告牌,上面写着“我们相信我们的军队和我们的胜利”。(© AP Images) 俄罗斯在乌克兰的四个地区策划了伪公投,世界各国纷纷驳斥俄罗斯总统弗拉基米尔·普京吞并乌克兰领土的企图。 美国国务卿安东尼·布林肯于9月30日表示:“美国现在不会而且永远不会承认克里姆林宫对乌克兰部分地区的主权的任何指称,这些地区被它以武力占领,现在它又声称要纳入俄罗斯。” 莫斯科最近以武力改变乌克兰边界的非法企图很快引起了国际谴责。 广告 上汽奥迪Q5 e-tron 即刻预约30天超长试驾 获取报价 制裁:美国、包括英国在内的盟国以及合作伙伴于9月30日宣布了更多的制裁措施和签证限制,对象为: 俄罗斯政府官员及其家属。 俄罗斯和白俄罗斯军官。 国防采购网络,包括支持俄罗斯军工联合体的国际供应商。 欧盟委员会主席乌尔苏拉·冯德莱恩表示,克里姆林宫举行的加入俄罗斯的公投是“非法掠夺土地的企图”,并指出欧盟将提议对俄罗斯产品进入其27个成员国实施新的进口禁令。 谴责:北约秘书长延斯·斯托尔滕贝格指出,俄罗斯的行径是“二战以来最大规模的以武力吞并欧洲领土的企图”。 中欧和东欧九个北约国家的总统于10月2日表示,面对“公然违反国际法”的行径,他们不能保持沉默。来自捷克共和国、爱沙尼亚、拉脱维亚、立陶宛、黑山、波兰、北马其顿、罗马尼亚和斯洛伐克的领导人表示,他们永远不会承认俄罗斯对乌克兰领土的吞并。 据路透社报道,9月23日,即被占领地区所谓的投票的第一天,七国集团主要工业民主国家的领导人同样表示,他们永远不会承认这类公投或任何吞并行径。组成七国集团的国家包括法国、德国、意大利、日本、美国、英国和加拿大,还有欧盟。 9月27日,在克里姆林宫支持的公投期间,俄罗斯控制的卢甘斯克地区的一名男子在武装警卫的监视下投票。(© AP Images) “枪口下的公投” 正如预期的那样,俄罗斯国家媒体于9月27日报道称,在俄罗斯控制的乌克兰地区,绝大多数人在9月27日结束的公投中投票赞成加入俄罗斯。 克里姆林宫利用这些虚假结果声称被占领土的选民希望加入俄罗斯,并吞并这四个地区。 但这类公投根本不是自由和公平的。俄罗斯已任命忠于普京的官员监督选举,乌克兰平民被迫在武装警卫的监视下投票。 乌克兰官员对自由欧洲电台/自由电台表示,在为期四天的投票结束之前,人们被禁止离开一些被占领地区,武装团伙进入民众家中强迫人们投票,员工如果不投票就会受到威胁。 选举在被统称为顿巴斯地区的顿涅茨克省和卢甘斯克省以及东部的赫尔松省和扎波罗热省举行。 2014年克里姆林宫入侵并占领克里米亚后,俄罗斯也策划了类似的投票。 普京于9月30日发表讲话,宣布俄罗斯有了四个新地区。他说:“生活在卢甘斯克、顿涅茨克、赫尔松地区和扎波罗热地区的人们正在成为我们永远的同胞。” 在投票开始前,一位赫尔松居民称之为“枪口下的公投”。 拜登总统于9月30日对新闻记者表示,美国及其盟友“不会被普京及其肆无忌惮的言论和威胁吓倒”。他说,普京“不能掠夺邻国的领土却逍遥法外”。​​​

俄罗斯吞并乌克兰部分地区的行径遭到全球谴责

10-06 16:18
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9月27日,在俄罗斯控制的卢甘斯克地区,行人走过一个显示一名士兵和一面俄罗斯国旗的广告牌,上面写着“我们相信我们的军队和我们的胜利”。(© AP Images)

俄罗斯在乌克兰的四个地区策划了伪公投,世界各国纷纷驳斥俄罗斯总统弗拉基米尔·普京吞并乌克兰领土的企图。

美国国务卿安东尼·布林肯于9月30日表示:“美国现在不会而且永远不会承认克里姆林宫对乌克兰部分地区的主权的任何指称,这些地区被它以武力占领,现在它又声称要纳入俄罗斯。”

莫斯科最近以武力改变乌克兰边界的非法企图很快引起了国际谴责。
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制裁:美国、包括英国在内的盟国以及合作伙伴于9月30日宣布了更多的制裁措施和签证限制,对象为:

俄罗斯政府官员及其家属。
俄罗斯和白俄罗斯军官。
国防采购网络,包括支持俄罗斯军工联合体的国际供应商。

欧盟委员会主席乌尔苏拉·冯德莱恩表示,克里姆林宫举行的加入俄罗斯的公投是“非法掠夺土地的企图”,并指出欧盟将提议对俄罗斯产品进入其27个成员国实施新的进口禁令。

谴责:北约秘书长延斯·斯托尔滕贝格指出,俄罗斯的行径是“二战以来最大规模的以武力吞并欧洲领土的企图”。

中欧和东欧九个北约国家的总统于10月2日表示,面对“公然违反国际法”的行径,他们不能保持沉默。来自捷克共和国、爱沙尼亚、拉脱维亚、立陶宛、黑山、波兰、北马其顿、罗马尼亚和斯洛伐克的领导人表示,他们永远不会承认俄罗斯对乌克兰领土的吞并。

据路透社报道,9月23日,即被占领地区所谓的投票的第一天,七国集团主要工业民主国家的领导人同样表示,他们永远不会承认这类公投或任何吞并行径。组成七国集团的国家包括法国、德国、意大利、日本、美国、英国和加拿大,还有欧盟。

9月27日,在克里姆林宫支持的公投期间,俄罗斯控制的卢甘斯克地区的一名男子在武装警卫的监视下投票。(© AP Images)

“枪口下的公投”

正如预期的那样,俄罗斯国家媒体于9月27日报道称,在俄罗斯控制的乌克兰地区,绝大多数人在9月27日结束的公投中投票赞成加入俄罗斯。

克里姆林宫利用这些虚假结果声称被占领土的选民希望加入俄罗斯,并吞并这四个地区。

但这类公投根本不是自由和公平的。俄罗斯已任命忠于普京的官员监督选举,乌克兰平民被迫在武装警卫的监视下投票。

乌克兰官员对自由欧洲电台/自由电台表示,在为期四天的投票结束之前,人们被禁止离开一些被占领地区,武装团伙进入民众家中强迫人们投票,员工如果不投票就会受到威胁。

选举在被统称为顿巴斯地区的顿涅茨克省和卢甘斯克省以及东部的赫尔松省和扎波罗热省举行。

2014年克里姆林宫入侵并占领克里米亚后,俄罗斯也策划了类似的投票。

普京于9月30日发表讲话,宣布俄罗斯有了四个新地区。他说:“生活在卢甘斯克、顿涅茨克、赫尔松地区和扎波罗热地区的人们正在成为我们永远的同胞。”

在投票开始前,一位赫尔松居民称之为“枪口下的公投”。

拜登总统于9月30日对新闻记者表示,美国及其盟友“不会被普京及其肆无忌惮的言论和威胁吓倒”。他说,普京“不能掠夺邻国的领土却逍遥法外”。​​​

在乌克兰外交部关于俄罗斯全面入侵的中文版网站上,有关于占领者安排的粮食危机的详细内容 有关俄罗斯不盗窃粮食而是提供帮助的谎言我们已经听过上百次了。但这是一个谎言。 真相是乌克兰在与占领者作战的同时,也没有忘记对世界的责任。乌克兰农民整个夏天都在烧田、播种和驾驶拖拉机,而附近的敌对行动仍在继续。乌克兰农民正在尽一切可能确保粮食协议生效,确保世界各地的人民有饭吃。 扫码了解更多真相 #正义必胜# #支持乌克兰##俄罗斯军舰##乌克兰##俄罗斯##俄乌战争##俄罗斯侵略乌克兰##俄乌局势##俄罗斯军事罪犯##布查##伊尔平#

在乌克兰外交部关于俄罗斯全面入侵的中文版网站上,有关于占领者安排的粮食危机的详细内容

有关俄罗斯不盗窃粮食而是提供帮助的谎言我们已经听过上百次了。但这是一个谎言。

真相是乌克兰在与占领者作战的同时,也没有忘记对世界的责任。乌克兰农民整个夏天都在烧田、播种和驾驶拖拉机,而附近的敌对行动仍在继续。乌克兰农民正在尽一切可能确保粮食协议生效,确保世界各地的人民有饭吃。

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Russia’s war against Ukraine

A man rides past a damaged building after Russian forces withdrew from Drobysheve village and the city of Lyman in Donetsk Oblast on Oct. 5, 2022. (Photo by Metin Aktas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Ukraine liberates more settlements in Kherson, Luhansk oblasts. President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Oct. 5 that over the last 24 hours, Ukraine had liberated Novovoskresenske, Novohryhorivka, and Petropavlivka villages in Kherson Oblast. On the same day, Luhansk Oblast Governor Serhii Haidai said that six settlements in Luhansk Oblast have been liberated as well. He did not provide details.

Russian media: Putin signs ‘documents’ on formally annexing 15% of Ukraine’s territory. Vladimir Putin has signed four federal laws to try to formalize the illegal annexation of Ukraine’s Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson oblasts. The borders of “the new subjects” will be determined by the borders that “existed on the day of their acceptance into the Russian Federation,” according to Russian-controlled news agency TASS.

Putin signs decree to formalize Russia’s illegal seizure of Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant. On Oct. 5, Russian dictator Vladimir Putin signed a decree making an illegal order to transfer Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant in Russian-occupied Enerhodar into Russian property. Ukraine’s state nuclear monopoly Energoatom told Suspilne media outlet that the document “has no practical significance.”

UK intelligence: Ukraine may now strike key Svatove-Kreminna road. Ukraine’s Armed Forces continue to make progress in offensive operations along both the northeastern and southern fronts, according to the U.K. Defense Ministry. “It is highly likely that Ukraine can now strike the key Svatove-Kreminna road with most of its artillery systems, further straining Russia’s ability to resupply its units in the east,” the ministry said.

Ukrainian intelligence: Russia began covert mobilization back in May. Russia has been conducting covert mobilization since May, when its forces had failed to achieve the tasks set for the invasion, including capturing Kyiv, according to Vadym Skibitsky, a deputy head of Ukraine’s military intelligence.

Two bodies of tortured civilians found in liberated settlement in Kharkiv Oblast. According to Kharkiv Oblast Prosecutor’s Office, the bodies of two civilian men, aged 30-35, were found at a leisure complex in the liberated village of Novoplatonivka in Kharkiv Oblast. A mass burial site was also found in liberated Lyman. According to Hromadske media outlet, over 50 graves were found at a burial site in the recently-liberated city of Lyman, Donetsk Oblast.

Security Service exposes more Russian collaborators in occupied areas of Kherson Oblast. The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) did not specify the number of suspected Russian collaborators who had recently been exposed. One of the suspects is a former employee of one of the Kherson Oblast’s law enforcement agencies who allegedly provided Russia with information about “at least 23 patriotic residents of Kherson Oblast,” leading to searches at their homes and “mental and physical” pressure put on them.

Economy Ministry: Almost 3 million Ukrainian refugees are of working age. More than 6.4 million Ukrainians have fled Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine abroad, while 2.75 million of them are of working age, Interfax news site reports citing Ukraine’s Deputy Economy Minister Tetiana Berezhna.

Irishman fighting for Ukraine killed near Russian border. Rory Mason, a 23-year-old Irish national, died in combat while taking part in the counteroffensive in Kharkiv Oblast, reports BBC.

Minister: Ukraine’s exports of agricultural products 41% up in September. Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Oct. 5 that Ukraine increased its export of agricultural products by land and naval routes in September to 6.9 million metric tons. Compared to August, the export volume has increased by 41%, he added.

New York Times: US believes Ukraine was behind killing of daughter of Russian ultra-nationalist. According to the New York Times, the U.S. intelligence agencies believe that “parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the car bomb attack” that killed Daria Dugina, the daughter of Russian imperialist Alexander Dugin on Aug. 20. Ukraine had earlier denied involvement.
Read our exclusives here

Russian forces cling to west bank of Dnipro ‘against military logic,’ trapped by Kremlin’s annexation claims. Ukrainian forces are liberating villages and pushing towards the western bank of the Dnipro River, to squeeze the Russian forces against it. The Russian lines in the region are collapsing as their position west of the river gets less tenable by the day.

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Ukraine war latest: Ukraine advances into Kherson, Luhansk oblasts. Ukrainian forces have pushed further into occupied Luhansk Oblast on Oct. 5. Governor Serhiy Haidai reported that Ukrainian forces have already liberated six settlements in Luhansk Oblast, without disclosing further details.

Photo: Dimitar Dilkoff/AFP via Getty Images
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The human cost of Russia’s war
Governor: Russia’s missile strike on Zaporizhzhia Oblast kills 2 local officials. Russia’s attack on the city of Huliaipole killed the deputy head of the local municipality, Oleksandr Kosarenko, and Oleksandr Savytskyi, chairman of municipal enterprise Blahoustriiservis, Zaporizhzhia Oblast Governor Oleksandr Starukh said on Oct. 5.

Russia’s attacks injure 6 in Donetsk, 3 in Kharkiv oblasts. In the past 24 hours, Russian troops have killed one and wounded six civilians in Donetsk Oblast, Pavlo Kyrylenko, its governor, reported on Oct. 5. He added that four civilian bodies were also exhumed in liberated Sviatohirsk.

Update: 2 people killed following Russian missile strike on Zaporizhzhia. According to Zaporizhzhia Oblast Governor Oleksandr Starukh, one woman was killed at the site of the attack while another died en route to the city hospital. Russian forces targeted a number of high-rises in Zaporizhzhia early on Oct. 6. At least five people are still trapped under the rubble as of 8 a.m. local time while “a lot of people have been rescued, including a three-year-old girl.” The girl is currently at the hospital. The rescue operation continues.

General Staff: Russia has lost 61,000 troops in Ukraine since Feb. 24. Ukraine’s General Staff reported on Oct. 5 that Russia had also lost 2,435 tanks, 5,038 armored fighting vehicles, 3,841 vehicles and fuel tanks, 1,414 artillery systems, 341 multiple launch rocket systems, 177 air defense systems, 266 airplanes, 232 helicopters, 1,032 drones, and 15 boats.
International response
Stoltenberg: NATO will step up support for Ukraine. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Oct. 5 that he had spoken with President Volodymyr Zelensky and “praised the brave Ukrainian people and forces for the impressive progress in regaining their territory from Russian aggressors.” “NATO will sustain and step up support for Ukraine for as long as it takes,” he added.
In other news
Supreme Court dismisses deputy chairman over Russian citizenship. Ukraine’s Supreme Court Chairman Vsevolod Kniaziev dismissed the deputy chairman Bohdan Lvov on Oct. 5 after Ukraine’s Security Service had confirmed that Lvov has a Russian passport.

Ukraine joins Spain, Portugal in 2030 FIFA World Cup bid. “The example of perseverance and resilience of the Ukrainian people is inspiring,” the Ukrainian Football Association stated on Oct. 5. “This initiative is aimed to contribute to the country’s postwar recovery thanks to the power of soccer.”
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