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Disclosure of the murder of Dugina and a new strike on the Antonovsky bridge. The situation around Ukraine

Disclosure of the murder of Dugina and a new strike on the Antonovsky bridge. The situation around Ukraine
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MOSCOW, 22 August. /TASS/August 22, 5:26 p.m

The President of Russia awarded journalist Darya Dugina the Order of Courage posthumously

         R.I.P. DARYA

Ukrainian intelligence agencies are behind the murder of journalist Darya Dugina, whose car was blown up last Saturday in the Moscow region, the Russian FSB said on Monday. Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the deceased with the Order of Courage posthumously.

Also during the day, it became known about the next shelling of the Antonovsky bridge in the Kherson region, the discussion in the European Union of a mission to train the Ukrainian military, and the call of the mayor of Kyiv Vitaliy Klitschko to lower the iron curtain between Europe and Russia.

TASS has compiled the main information about the events in Ukraine and around it.

Operation progress

As a result of Russian strikes on the positions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Donetsk People's Republic, Zaporozhye and Mykolaiv regions, the Ukrainian side lost about 180 people killed and almost 40 pieces of equipment, the Russian Defense Ministry said.ADVERTISING

In addition, the department reported strikes on eight command posts and the destruction of six weapons and ammunition depots.

Murder of Daria Dugin

The Center for Public Relations of the FSB of Russia announced the disclosure of the murder of Dugina: according to the agency, the crime was prepared by the Ukrainian special services, and the executor was a citizen of Ukraine Natalya Vovk, who subsequently disappeared in Estonia. In Kyiv, involvement in the murder of a journalist is denied.

Putin expressed his condolences to the Dugina family and called her murder "a vile, cruel crime." He also signed a decree awarding the journalist with the Order of Courage posthumously.

The United Nations urged to establish all the facts of what happened, and the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said that the perpetrators should be held accountable. China's envoy to the world organization Zhang Jun, who chaired the UN Security Council in August, expressed his concern about what had happened and stressed that such crimes "at this critical moment do not meet anyone's interests." In connection with the death of Dugina, the US State Department announced that they condemn the killings of civilians.

Attack on the Antonovsky bridge

Two people died as a result of another Ukrainian shelling of the Antonovsky bridge in the Kherson region - the only road bridge connecting Kherson with the left bank of the Dnieper. A spokesman for the region's emergency services told TASS that three more people were missing.

According to local authorities, at least 16 civilians were injured in the attack. According to Kirill Stremousov , deputy head of the military-civilian administration of the Kherson region, among the victims, there are workers involved in the repair of the bridge, and passengers of the ferry passing nearby.

The situation around the Zaporozhye NPP

One person died, and another was injured as a result of another shelling of Energodar, where the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant is located, by the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said Volodymyr Rogov, a member of the main council of the military-civilian administration of the Zaporozhye region. According to him, due to the shelling of the station, the number of its personnel was reduced to a minimum.

The situation around the nuclear power plant is planned to be discussed at an extraordinary meeting of the Council of the Duma on Thursday, August 25. According to the head of the faction "Fair Russia - For the Truth" Sergei Mironov, the parliamentarians are preparing a "tough statement" that will be addressed primarily to the UN.

Secretary General of the world organization António Guterres stressed the need for dialogue in the current situation and reaffirmed his readiness to contribute to the IAEA mission if it goes to the station through Kyiv. Later, his representative clarified that the decision on the possibility and timing of the trip remains with the IAEA.

EU Mission to train the Ukrainian military

The European Union is discussing the creation of a mission to train the Ukrainian military in one of Ukraine's neighboring countries, said EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell. It is expected that this will be one of the topics of the informal meeting of the defense ministers of the countries of the community in Prague on 29 August.

Call for the Iron Curtain

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko called on Europe to lower the Iron Curtain and ban Russian citizens from entering the EU, as "over 70% of Russians support Putin." According to Klitschko, citizens of the Russian Federation should not "enjoy the European system."

EU foreign ministers will consider proposals from Finland and the Baltic states to ban the issuance of Schengen visas to Russians at an informal meeting in Prague on August 30-31. As a source in the EU noted, the authors of the idea may propose to start reviewing the Schengen norms or agree with some states of the community to limit the issuance of visas to certain categories of citizens of the Russian Federation.

Russian FSB Identifies Alleged Dugina Assassin

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ZeroHedge - BY TYLER DURDEN - MON. AUG 22, 2022 - 04:45 PM

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At the turn of the 20th century, the delicate fabric of social order in Europe rested on a knife's edge. As imperial powers expanded their empires, it was only a matter of time before the conflict between them would shatter the peace in Europe. In that era, Russia found itself against Europe's most powerful empires, namely Austria-Hungary and Germany.

The fissure between those empires was cemented by the Bosnian Crisis of 1908 which saw Austria-Hungary annex Bosnia and Herzegovina by using Bulgaria's declaration of independence from the Ottoman Empire as an advantageous political catalyst given its destabilization of the Balkan region.

Austria-Hungary's actions would provoke Russia to rise to the defense of its Slavic brethren situated in Serbia and Montenegro in a response that would forever alter how Russia would align itself among the continental powers of Europe. While a widespread conflict was averted by amending the Treaty of Berlin, the political climate the Bosnian Crisis cast would light the fuse for the inevitable outbreak of WWI which was detonated with the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand by Bosnian-Serb nationalist Gavrilo Princip.

As the war in Ukraine places Russia at familiar odds with the powers of Europe yet again, the precarious position of ostensibly unsustainable peace across the continent echoes on longer than a century following the First World War. The tension illustrates the axiom that nothing is new under the sun as the volatility of Europe in 2022 mirrors that in 1908. Russia's position against the European hegemony vested in NATO is analogous to its stance in support of the Slavic realm longer than a century ago. Now, following the assassination of Darya Dugina, this century may have found its own Franz Ferdinand.

The Russian Federal Security Service ("FSB") has claimed that the assassination of Dugina was committed by a covert operative of Ukraine. The FSB has identified Natalia Vovk as the alleged assassin. "As a result of a complex of urgent operational-search measures, the Federal Security Service has solved the murder of Russian journalist Darya Dugina, born in 1992," the FSB announced, going on to emphasize the culpability of the Ukrainian government by stating that "the crime was prepared and committed by the Ukrainian special services[.]"

According to the FSB's investigation, Vovk entered Russia in July before situating herself in the same apartment building that Dugina resided in. Vovk would then follow Dugina to the festival in which the explosive device that led to her death was planted. Vovk, who was accompanied by her 12-year-old daughter, fled to Estonia following the assassination, according to Russian intelligence. Following her identification, Russian law enforcement agencies declared their intent to seek her extradition.

FSB alleges that Ukrainian spy Natalia Vovk assassinated Darya Dugina.

Following Dugina's assassination, Ukraine was naturally implicated as being behind the murder given her father's significant, albeit enigmatic, reputation as one of Vladimir Putin's most influential ideologues. Kyiv urgently washed its hands of any involvement as advisor Mykhailo Podolyak stated “Ukraine, of course, has nothing to do with yesterday’s explosion[.]” Although Ukrainian officials denied any involvement in the attack, President Volodymyr Zelensky warned of his anticipation that Dugina's murder would inextricably result in the intensification of Russia's military campaign.

Given the reports of Vovk's escape to Estonia, the location of the alleged assassin places Russia in a conflict against a NATO member state even more directly than the proxy war in Ukraine has. In 2016, the European Court of Justice set a precedent that would justify any extradition request for Vovk by Russia.

The case law that set that standard occurred when the court found that any member state of the European Union is obligated to accommodate an extradition request of any third-party non-member state even if the subject of the request is not a citizen of the EU nation itself. This decision followed a case in which Russia requested to have Estonian national Aleksei Petruhhin extradited from Latvia for drug trafficking offenses.

The legal framework set by the European Court of Justice will place Estonia in a crucible if Vovk has indeed found safe haven in the Baltic state. In addition to joining the EU in 2004, Estonia joined NATO that same year. The potential conflict arising between Estonia and the Russian Federation has the potential to trigger Article 5 of the NATO Charter which puts forth a collective defense clause meaning that any military engagement with a NATO member state constitutes an action taken against the entire trans-Atlantic body whether it occurs as far east as Tallinn or as far west as Hawai'i.

Article 5 has been constantly dangled before Russia as a Sword of Damocles of sorts designed to dissuade any escalation of the Ukrainian conflict. The veiled threat was most recently invoked in response to the Russian attack on Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant and increased military incursions by Ukrainian military forces into Crimea.

“Any deliberate damage causing potential radiation leak to a Ukrainian nuclear reactor would be a breach of NATO’s Article 5,” said UK MP Tobias Ellwood. His sentiments were echoed by US Congressman Adam Kinzinger (R - IL) who followed Ellwood's declaration by stating “This really isn’t even up for debate; any leak will kill people in NATO countries, that’s an automatic article 5[.]" just hours before Dugina's assassination.

While Article 5 of the NATO Charter has been used to threaten Russia from intensifying any aggression, the officials who have constantly cited the collective defense policy have done so under the pretense of preventing any further aggression. The assassination of Darya Dugina is a drastically different circumstance as Russia will surely perceive any potential action it takes to have Vovk extradited from Estonia as entirely justified and as a response to the murder, not an offensive attack against a NATO member state.

As the manhunt for Vovk ensures, Europe again finds itself in the political crucible that enveloped the continent following Gravrilo Princip's assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand. However, in this historical iteration, it is the European central powers who find themselves in a position of being the aggressor that could provoke a catastrophic conflict with Russia.

Russia To Raise Dugina Assassination At Emergency UN Meeting On Tuesday

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ZeroHedge - BY TYLER DURDEN - MON. AUG 22, 2022 - 09:40 PM

Russia plans to raise the assassination of Darya Dugina at a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) emergency meeting set for Tuesday. The session is expected to focus on the ongoing crisis and standoff at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power station, which has come under fresh shelling that damaged transformers at the site, which Ukraine has blamed on Russia. There's a growing alarm of a 'Chornobyl-like' catastrophic event.

Russia's deputy ambassador to the UN, Dmitry Polyanskiy, confirmed that Russia is seeking the UNSC emergency session, but said Russia will also highlight and condemn this latest in a series of "Ukrainian provocations" targeting civilians on Russian territory - after Monday the FSB (Federal Security Service) claimed to have identified a Ukrainian operative behind the Dugin car bombing.

"We requested an urgent meeting on Zaporozhye, where Ukrainian provocations do not stop. Of course, we will talk about this episode [the murder of Daria Dugina]," Nebenzia said, as cited in Russian media sources. "This demonstrates the nature of the Ukrainian state, because the connection between their saboteurs and this murder is obvious, which, in fact, has already been disclosed by the FSB."

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Interestingly, US mainstream media pundits are already widely amplifying a theory that says Dugina's killing was essentially an "inside job". But it remains that there's little in the way of hard proof for any of the currently competing claims and counterclaims:

FRANCE 24’s Russia correspondent Nick Holdsworth examines the FSB’s claim that the attack on Darya Dugina was carried out by a Ukrainian woman identified as Natalia Vovk.

"The FSB hasn’t presented any physical proof," of its claims, explains Holdsworth. "This is an unusually quick result."

Addressing Russian claims that the Ukrainian secret services were responsible for the car bombing,  Holdsworth says the attack "doesn’t really carry the modus operandi of Ukrainian special services", noting that the Ukrainians are concentrating on cutting Russian supply lines in the Crimea and eastern Ukraine.

As for Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, the situation remains highly dangerous. Starting two days ago, President Putin signaled support for an UN-IAEA team to be dispatched to inspect the complex at a moment both warring sides blamed the other for strikes on the plan.

Yet, so far no concrete action has been taken, though likely there are ongoing negotiations between Russia and the UN monitoring organization. Some 500 Russian troops have occupied it since March.

The White House in unison with Western allies has since Sunday called on--

..."the need to avoid military operations near the plant" and the importance of a visit by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) "as soon as feasible to ascertain the state of safety systems."

We can expect full fireworks of hardline accusations to fly at Tuesday's UNSC emergency session, also with stepped-up Ukrainian attacks on Crimea looming large in the background, as well as the ongoing huge US-supplied arms flow into the conflict. But there are high hopes that sending an IAEA team to Zaporizhzhia could materialize as a result of the UNSC emergency session.

Further, a Monday evening report in Reuters cites US intelligence alleging that Russia is preparing major strikes on Ukraine's infrastructure in the "coming days".


In Moscow, said goodbye to Daria Dugina

MOSCOW, 23 August. 2022 /TASS/.

Her father, Alexander Dugin (left)

The farewell ceremony for the journalist took place at the Ostankino television center and lasted two hours.

Family, friends, and dozens of colleagues, and acquaintances of Darya Dugina, gathered at the Ostankino television center on Tuesday to say goodbye to the journalist. The farewell ceremony lasted two hours, a TASS correspondent reports.

Daria Dugina, daughter of the public figure and philosopher Alexander Dugin, died on the evening of August 20. Her car exploded on Mozhaisk highway near the village of Bolshie Vyazemy, Odintsovo district, Moscow region. The girl was returning from the literary and musical festival "Tradition", where she was present as an honored guest.

Representative of the President of the Russian Federation in the Central Federal District Igor Shchegolev (center)

“She had no fear, really. And the last time we spoke with her at the Tradition festival, she said: dad, I feel like a warrior, I feel like a hero, <…> I want to be with my country. I want to be on the side of the forces of light,” said the father of the deceased, Alexander Dugin.

He added that he wanted to raise his daughter the way he saw the ideal of a person. "From childhood, the first words we taught her were 'Russia', 'our state', 'our people, 'our empire'," Dugin said.

In addition to the parents, the farewell ceremony was attended by State Duma Vice Speaker Sergei Neverov, leader of the Liberal Democratic Party, head of the State Duma Committee on International Affairs Leonid Slutsky, chairman of Just Russia - For Truth party Sergei Mironov, director of the Safe Internet League, member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation Ekaterina Mizulina, Chairman Board of Directors of the group of companies "Tsargrad" Konstantin Malofeev. The coffin was placed in the center of the hall, and wreaths from the State Duma, colleagues from the NTV television company, and others were displayed around.

Director Eduard Boyakov read Dugin's poems, touching on the theme of events in eastern Ukraine. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov sent a telegram of condolences to the parents of the murdered woman.© Maxim Churusov/TASS

About the journalist

At the beginning of this summer, Dugina was in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics and covered the events taking place there. In Donbas, she represented the interests of, among other things, one of the publications of France, being fluent in French. The girl also collected information about the Azov national battalion banned in Russia (banned in the Russian Federation and recognized as a terrorist organization).

On August 22, the Center for Public Relations of the FSB of Russia told TASS that Dugina's murder had been solved. According to the department, it was prepared by the Ukrainian special services, the performer is a citizen of Ukraine Natalya Vovk, who disappeared after committing a crime in Estonia. In turn, adviser to the office of the President of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak denied Kyiv's involvement in the explosion of Dugina's car.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday signed a decree awarding Russian journalist and public figure Darya Dugina the Order of Courage posthumously "for courage and dedication shown in the performance of professional duty."

Female Azov agent behind the liquidation of Daria Dugina?

Document.no - By: Hans Rustad   22 August 2022, 23:26

Russian authorities claim it was a female agent from the Azov Battalion who killed Daria Dugina, daughter of Alexander Dugin, after a festival outside Moscow on Saturday. Natalja Vovk is said to have entered Moscow unnoticed from Ukraine, located Daria's apartment and followed her, and after the bombing got out of Russia to Estonia.

Vovk is said to have brought her 12-year-old daughter with her.

She is also a member of the Azov Battalion, which in Russian mythology is synonymous with right-wing extremists or Nazis. They entrenched themselves in the Asovstal steelworks in Mariupol before several hundred of them had to surrender. Relatives fear that they will not receive good treatment in captivity. It would fit into Russian propaganda to attribute the assassination to an Azov agent.

the nationalist Azov regiment

the FSB’s swift resolution of the case

The FSB states that Vovk rented an apartment in the same complex where Daria lived, a month ago.

The Azov battalion says they have no knowledge of Vovk and believes it is a pretext to be able to sentence their soldiers to harsh punishments.

The FSB (Russian Intelligence - ed.) published a video of how Ukrainian Natalia Vovk, who is called a suspect in the murder of Daria Dugina, entered Russia with her daughter, entered Dugina's house, and left for Estonia.

Editors Comments:

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