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  • Sergei Shoigu
    Sergei Shoigu “The U.S. and its allies are trying to prolong the conflict as much as possible. To do this, they have started supplying heavy offensive weapons, openly urging Ukraine to seize our territories. In fact, such steps are dragging NATO countries into the conflict and could lead to an unpredictable level of escalation.” 2 hours ago
  • Oleg Danilov
    Oleg Danilov “Attempts at an offensive in either the Kharkiv or Zaporizhzhia direction will of course be made. How successful they'll be will depend on us.” 2 hours ago
  • John Kirby
    John Kirby “It strains credulity … that this was some kind of weather balloon that was floating on the winds.” 2 hours ago
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Ukraine

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“Attempts at an offensive in either the Kharkiv or Zaporizhzhia direction will of course be made. How successful they'll be will depend on us.”

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Secretary of Ukraine's Security and Defence Council
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“We are seeing more and more (Russian) reserves being deployed in our direction, we are seeing more equipment being brought in. They bring ammunition that is used differently than before - it is not round-the-clock shelling anymore. They are slowly starting to save, getting ready for a full-scale offensive. It will most likely take them 10 days to gather reserves. After Feb. 15 we can expect (this offensive) at any time.”

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Governor of Luhansk region
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“Today … we reached a very important mutual understanding. That only together - a strong Ukraine and a strong European Union - can we defend the life that we value, and through our further integration, provide energy and motivation for our people to fight on regardless of obstacles and threats.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Definite increase has been noted in the offensive operations of the occupiers on the front in the east of our country. The situation has become tougher. The enemy is trying to achieve at least something now to show that Russia has some chances on the anniversary of the invasion.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Similar sick megalomania, similar lust for power, and similar-sounding myths about uniqueness, greatness, primacy … only written in Russian. Innocent people are dying en masse in Europe, again. Wola district in Warsaw, Zamojszczyzna, Oradour and Lidice today are called Bucha, Irpin, Hostomel, Mariupol and Donetsk. Being silent means giving voice to the perpetrators. Remaining indifferent is tantamount to condoning murder. Russia, unable to conquer Ukraine, has decided to destroy it. We see it every day, even as we stand here.”

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Director of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp memorial
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“From Washington to London, from Paris to Warsaw, you hear one thing: Ukraine needs tanks. Tanks are the key to ending the war properly. It is time to stop trembling before Putin and take the final step.”

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Advisor to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy
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“The Wagner Group has its own tanks, artillery and drones, while maintaining an independent command and control system. In effect, it functions as a combined arms force. This victory is definitely credited to the Wagner Group, which is bound to affect relations with the Russian army. The battle of Bakhmut is the key to both sides' future plans in Donbas. If the Russians manage to occupy the town, they will try to regain some of the territory lost since September. If the Ukrainians defend the town successfully, they can ask for more western support for their spring counterattack in the region. At present, the Ukrainian army does not seem to have either the reserves or the equipment to push deeper into Donbas.”

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International security expert from King’s College London
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“The tough battle for the Donetsk region continues. The battle for Bakhmut and Soledar, for Kreminna, for other towns and villages in the east of our country continues. Although the enemy has concentrated its greatest forces in this direction, our troops - the Armed Forces of Ukraine, all defence and security forces - are defending the state. They are already fighting among themselves over who should be credited with some tactical advance. It's a clear signal of failure for the enemy. And it's another incentive for all of us to put more pressure on the occupier and to inflict heavier losses on the enemy.”

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President of Ukraine
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“They now want to use Christmas as a cover, albeit briefly, to stop the advances of our boys in Donbas and bring equipment, ammunition and mobilised troops closer to our positions. What will that give them? Only yet another increase in their total losses. The whole world knows how the Kremlin uses interruptions in the war to continue the war with new strength.”

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President of Ukraine
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“According to Ukrainian military intelligence estimates, in the next four-five months the Russian army may lose up to 70,000 people. And the occupying country's (Russia's) leadership is ready for such losses. Russian leaders understand they will lose but they do not plan to end the war.”

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Official from the Ukrainian defence ministry’s intelligence section
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“This is something that sends a clear signal to all our partners. There is no rational reason why Ukraine has not yet been supplied with Western tanks. We must put an end to the Russian aggression this year.”

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President of Ukraine
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“Putin is banking on the US and the West losing interest in Ukraine due to fatigue and growing political opposition. The best strategy the Russians can pursue is to hope that Ukraine's Western allies will eventually give up. It's vital for Zelenskyy to keep that support and he triumphed.”

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Journalist and author
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“I have repeatedly expressed my support for the allied military effort to thwart Russia's aggression in Ukraine. But the time is approaching to build on the strategic changes which have already been accomplished and to integrate them into a new structure towards achieving peace through negotiation. The preferred outcome for some is a Russia rendered impotent by the war. I disagree. For all its propensity to violence, Russia has made decisive contributions to the global equilibrium and to the balance of power for over half a millennium. Its historical role should not be degraded. Russia's military setbacks have not eliminated its global nuclear reach, enabling it to threaten escalation in Ukraine.”

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American politician, diplomat, and geopolitical consultant who served as United States Secretary of State and National Security Advisor under the presidential administrations of Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford
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“Gaining Patriot air defence capability would be very, very significant for Kyiv. These are going to be quite capable of dealing with a lot of different challenges the Ukrainians have, especially if the Russians bring in short-range ballistic missiles.”

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Retired Army lieutenant colonel and onetime leader of Ukraine policy at the White House
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“They had a little pop there, just where Wagner headquarters was located. A huge number of those who were there died. I am sure that at least 50 percent of those who managed to survive will die before they get medical care. This is because even in our Luhansk region, they have stolen equipment.”

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Governor of Luhansk region
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“Bakhmut, Soledar, Maryinka, Kreminna. For a long time, there is no living place left on the land of these areas that have not been damaged by shells and fire. The occupiers actually destroyed Bakhmut, another Donbas city that the Russian army turned into burned ruins.”

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President of Ukraine
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“The Russians have intensified their efforts in Donetsk and Luhansk. They are now in a very active phase of attempting to conduct offensive operations. We are advancing nowhere but, rather, defending, destroying the enemy's infantry and equipment wherever it tries to advance.”

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Adviser to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy
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“Peace is impossible without justice and justice is impossible without due process of law. This is why it's indispensable for this peace formula to establish a special tribunal for the crime of aggression committed from Russia against Ukraine.”

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President of Ukraine
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“As a result of the attacks on civilian infrastructure, people are being deprived of health care and children deprived of education. In Ukraine today, the ability of civilians to survive is under attack.”

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U.N. Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator
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“President Putin is now trying to use the winter as a weapon of war against Ukraine, and this is horrific and we need to be prepared for more attacks. That's the reason why NATO's allies have stepped up their support to Ukraine.”

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Secretary General of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)
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“Millions are being plunged into extreme hardship and appalling conditions of life by these strikes. Taken as a whole, this raises serious problems under international humanitarian law, which requires a concrete and direct military advantage for each object attacked.”

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UN high commissioner for human rights
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“The news from our team yesterday and this morning is extremely disturbing. Explosions occurred at the site of this major nuclear power plant, which is completely unacceptable. Whoever is behind this, it must stop immediately. As I have said many times before, you're playing with fire!”

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Chief of the International Atomic Energy Agency
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“In years to come, we'll tell our grandchildren of your story, how proud and sovereign people stood up in the face of an appalling onslaught, how you fought, how you sacrificed, how you prevailed.”

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UK Prime Minister
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“They (the Russians) will have trenches, but it is wide open terrain (in the south), easy to target Russians there. This Kherson fire support base becomes the anchor to support further manoeuvre by the left flank as it fights its way ... towards Mariupol, Berdyansk, and Melitopol.”

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Retired U.S. General
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“Ukraine has the initiative and momentum and is dictating to the Russians where and when the next fight will be. The winter will slow things but not stop them - the Ukrainians will be well prepared to keep fighting through the winter, the Russians will be less well prepared to survive the winter cold. Whatever (the Ukrainians) do, it will be carefully planned, kept secret and will likely be extremely well executed.”

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Former senior British military intelligence officer
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“The occupiers attacked the area massively with kamikaze drones. Our air defense destroyed five barrage ammunition. They also attacked with drones the city of Dnipro, targeting a logistics enterprise. Four employees were wounded, three of them are in serious condition in hospital.”

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Governor of Ukraine's southeastern Dnipropetrovsk region
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“The activity of the occupiers remains at an extremely high level -- dozens of attacks every day. They are suffering extraordinarily high losses. But the order remains the same -- to advance on the administrative boundary of Donetsk region. We will not yield a single centimeter of our land.”

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President of Ukraine
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