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Vladimir Putin - Vladimir Putin plans mass Russian evacuation if dictator is defeated in Ukraine war - dailystar.co.uk - Ukraine - Russia - Syria - Turkey - city Kherson
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Vladimir Putin plans mass Russian evacuation if dictator is defeated in Ukraine war
Vladimir Putin is said to have a backup evacuation plan for Russian pals just in case the despot is defeated in his Ukrainian invasion.Dictator Putin is attempting to make preparations to flee Russia should his war in Ukraine fail, reports from inside the Kremlin claim.Reports of the potential evacuation plan for the Russian president come as he is "aware of the possibility of a sharp change of mood in the country."READ MORE: Growing fears Putin will use nukes as Russia war effort falters, Brit expert claimsA change in mood for Russian nationals could come soon as Ukrainian forces begin to re-capture Kherson while the Russian economy receives a further blow and shifts closer to crumbling.The General SVR Telegram channel recently reported the 69-year-old had suffered "severe nausea" overnight and that doctors had been by his bedside for three hours.A follow-up report has claimed that "Putin himself and his entourage are preparing plans for evacuation from Russia."Alleged evacuation plans would mean dictator Putin and his family were carried out of Russia and into Syria, the nearest friendly state, but would mean flying through the airspace of NATO member Turkey. Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad had been bailed out by Putin back in 2015, when Russian military personnel intervened in the Syrian civil war.
Vladimir Putin - Ministry of Defence in grim warning Russians are breaking human rights laws in Ukraine - dailystar.co.uk - Ukraine - Russia - county Geneva - city Kherson
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Ministry of Defence in grim warning Russians are breaking human rights laws in Ukraine
Russia of planning to enlist Ukrainian nationals in Russian occupied areas, including Kherson and Zaporizhzhia. They state that this would follow in a similar practice of compulsory assistance in the Russian-occupied areas of Donbas and Crimea.In a statement shared on Twitter, the government body said: "Article 51 of the Fourth Geneva Convention states 'the Occupying Power may not compel protected persons to serve in its armed or auxiliary forces', and 'no pressure or propaganda which aims at securing voluntary enlistment is permitted'."'Protected persons' in this context includes civilians within occupied territories, any enlistment of Ukrainian civilians into the Russian armed forces, even if presented by Russia as being voluntary or military service in accordance with Russian law, would constitute a violation of Article 51 of the Fourth Geneva Convention."The official guidelines set out in the Geneva Convention state: "Protected persons may not be compelled to undertake any work which would involve them in the obligation of taking part in military operations."The Occupying Power may not compel protected persons to employ forcible means to ensure the security of the installations where they are performing compulsory labour." It comes as the ongoing Russian and Ukraine war approaches its third month after Vladimir Putin ordered his troops to storm the country on February 24.
Vladimir Putin - WW2 survivor says Russians are worse than Nazis – 'not even Germans did this to us' - dailystar.co.uk - Ukraine - Russia - Germany - Poland - Lithuania - city Warsaw - city Kherson
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WW2 survivor says Russians are worse than Nazis – 'not even Germans did this to us'
Vladimir Putin's troops a "bully" and said they are "worse than Nazis" as he claimed the soldiers were killing civilians in his hometown.Viktor, from Posad-Pokrovske, Kherson Oblast in southern Ukraine, sat with other villagers on the final bus out of the town as they headed towards the city of Mykolaiv.The group has been shielding in the bunkers as Russian forces invades the city with heavy shellings and bombardments.The village of Posad-Pokrovske was littered with cluster munitions and the village's gas main burst when rockets rained down on their roofs.The place is no longer fit for people to live after two weeks of intense bombardments.Viktor told CNN from inside the van: "I remember how the Germans attacked us. They didn't mess with us like this."They didn't bully people."Another pensioner, Vitali, who also lives in the town, weeps and says: "Civilians...they [the Russians] killed all the civilians."These are bastards, reptiles, parasites."They don't fight troops, they fight people - worse than the fascists."This came after Putin's pal made a chilling warning to Europe that Russia will use nuclear missiles – if NATO exerts its influence in Ukraine.Sergey Mikheev appeared on state-owned TV channel Russia-1 and said how NATO's support to Ukraine could lead to an unstoppable nuclear war."Brave Poles, there will be nothing left from your Warsaw in 30 seconds," he said.“It seems to me that countries, as we call them, Lithuania and Poland, behave too boldly.
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