Tuesday is day 6 of Russia’s demilitarization, deNazification campaign.
It’s ongoing to protect Russia’s security, end 8 years of Kiev’s war on Donbass, and free central Europe from the scourge of US-controlled fascist tyranny in the continent’s heartland.
On Tuesday, Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said its liberating military campaign will continue until Kremlin aims are achieved.
Especially defense of the motherland from the scourge of its threat from the US-dominated West.
Russia has no intention to occupy Ukrainian territory, no imperial ambitions like hegemon USA’s, Shoigu stressed.
“The main thing for us is to protect the Russian Federation from the military threat posed by Western countries, which are trying to use the Ukrainian people in their own battle against our country.”
Shoigu praised Russian servicemen for their “courage and heroism, and the conscientious and professional carrying out of their assigned tasks.”
They include taking great pains to avoid civilian casualties.
Shoigu also announced plans in August to hold a First International Antifascist Congress with intent to “unite efforts of the international community in the fight against the ideology of Nazism, neo-Nazism in manifestation in the modern world.”
On Tuesday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov debunked phony claims by Kiev’s so-called UN envoy Oksana Markarova and imperial tool Amnesty International about Russian use of banned weapons — a longtime US, NATO, Israeli tactic against invented enemies.
Separately in cahoots with the Biden regime, EU bloc countries blacklisted 26 Russian nationals and one entity.
The following individuals were illegally targeted:
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov
Igor Sechin, executive director of Rosneft
Nikolay Tokarev, Transneft CEO
Alisher Usmanov, founder of USM
Pyotr Aven, board chairman of Afta Bank
Mikhail Fridman, co-head of the Alfa Group
Sergey Roldugin, cellist and businessman
Dmitry Chernyshenko, Deputy Prime Minister
Irek Faizullin, Minister of Construction and Housing
Vitaly Savelyev, Minister of Transport
Andrey Turchak, first deputy speaker of the upper house Federation Council
Tigran Keosayan, film director
Olga Skabeyev, journalist
Alexander Ponomarenko, board chairman of Sheremetyevo airport
Modest Kolerov, editor-in-chief, Regnum news agency
Roman Babayan, editor-in-chief, Govorit Moskva radio station
Zakhar Prilepin, writer and co-leader of Just Russia – For Truth party
Anton Krasovsky, journalist and RT host
Arkady Mamontov, journalist and Rossiya-1 television channel host
Sergey Punchuk, first deputy commander of the Black Sea Fleet
Alexey Avdeyev, deputy commander, Southern Military District
Rustam Muradov, deputy commander, Southern Military District
Andrey Sychevoy, commander, 8th army of the Southern Military District
Gennady Timchenko, main owner of the Volga Group investment company
Alexey Mordashev, board chairman of Severstal
Pyotr Fradkov, Promsvyazbank chairman.
The above targeted individuals are banned from EU countries.
Assets held in bloc countries, if any, are frozen.
Illegal EU sanctions were imposed on Russia’s Gas Industry Insurance Company SOGAZ.
Google joined the US/West’s war on speech and media freedom by “blocking YouTube channels connected to RT and Sputnik across Europe, effective immediately,” a company statement said.
Meta said Facebook and Instagram is restricting access of RT and Sputnik News to their platforms in similar fashion.
EU member states may block both Russian media to ban media freedom.
In support of tyranny over the rule of law — in cahoots with hegemon USA — French finance minister Bruno Le Maire said the Macron regime is “going to unleash an all-out economic and financial war against Russia.”
Canada’s Trudeau regime bowed to its higher power in Washington by banning imports of Russian oil.
Other US vassal states announced their own hostile actions against Moscow.
All nations free from US control are at risk of war waged on them by other means if ordered by its ruling regime — notably China, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Cuba, Nicaragua, and others not bowing to its will.
On Monday, Vladimir Putin signed a degree in response to hostile “actions by the US…foreign states and international organizations that sided with it, which are unfriendly and run counter to international law and are related to restrictions on Russian nationals and legal entities.”
It calls for imposition of special economic measures to protect Russian national interests.
In response to talks between Russian and Kiev delegation Monday in Gomel, Belarus, Peskov noted their lack of substantive agreement, saying:
“It’s too early to provide any assessments. We wouldn’t want to do this prematurely.”
Follow-up talks will be scheduled in the coming days.
At this time, Russia’s demilitarization and deNazification campaign continues.
Instead of supporting conflict resolution efforts, US and European regimes announced shipments of more heavy and other weapons to Ukraine.
In cahoots with key NATO regimes, the US created the scourge of fascist tyranny in Ukraine with intent for use as a platform for permanent war along Russia’s borders by aggression against Donbass.
Moscow’s campaign changed the dynamic dramatically.
China knows that its security and development are at risk if hegemon USA targets its interests in similar fashion to war on Russia by other means.
Sino/Russian strategic partnership ties that bind will likely draw both countries closer together in response to ongoing events.
At this time, it’s unknown whether US-dominated NATO may push things by accident or design to direct confrontation with Russia.
What’s unthinkable is more possible than ever before because of events since last week.