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Yevheniia Martyniuk

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Yevheniia Martyniuk is an editor at Euromaidan Press. She got her Political Science and Journalism degrees at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
Chief of the Defence Intelligence of Ukraine. Photo: Dmytro Larin, Ukrainska Pravda.
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Ukraine’s intel chief: N Korea already supplying munitions to Russia

Pyongyang has been providing military assistance to Moscow, albeit discreetly, said Kyrylo Budanov, Ukraine's intelligence chief, the NV reports. On 13 September, the leader of North Korea visited Russia's Far East and met with Putin. Following the talks, Kim Jong Un expressed support for Russia but did not mention military aid.
Alleged crash and explosion of the Russian Shahed drone on Romanian territory. Photo Oleh Nikolenko
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Shahed drones in Romania: Bucharest summons Russian diplomat

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Romania summoned Elena Kopnina, the chargé d'affaires of the Russian embassy in Bucharest. The MFA also protested the fall of Shahed's debris on Romanian territory. The incident occurred on 4 September. Initially, Romania denied everything but eventually acknowledged it. Now Bucharest is considering the evacuation of the endangered villages.
Screenshot from the interview with Serhii Filimonov, Ukrainska Pravda
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Russians improve their tactics, utilize chemical weapons from WWI and drones, says Ukrainian field commander

Company commander in the Da Vinci Volves battalion Serhii Filimonov, talked about the defense of Kupiansk and how it differs from the defense of Bakhmut in the new interview with Roman Kravets. He said Russians use chemical weapons from WWI together with "meat grinders" tactics. Yet, they are constantly learning and adapting as well, becoming a “difficult enemy.”
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