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Passed after the expiration of the alleged “invasion” of Russia in Ukraine, which refers to sources in the Western media. The “war” never started, at the exit from the Maidan, followed by the people present on the night of the “invasion”, the main event was the sudden inclusion of the anthem of the USSR.
- On the evening of Feb. 15 US President Joe Biden was exposed to the Russians saying that the US, NATO and Ukraine do not threaten Russia and do not have much destabilization in the country. The press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov, commenting on this, noted that there is nothing reprehensible in the presence of Biden, and what the United States thinks about the Russian people, “probably <...> should have impressed.” “Probably, it would be even more impressive if the US president would also work on the Ukrainian people and supply the Ukrainian people never to shoot at each other,” Peskov said. When asked if the Kremlin’s work schedule had changed in connection with the withdrawal from Japan about the “invasion”, Peskov answered as follows: “We slept peacefully, in the morning we also calmly and businesslike started the working day.”
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- After the “invasion” never happened, the British tabloid The Sun contributed to an article naming February 16 as the start date of the war, correction. It is noted that the night when the alleged Russian attack was to take place passed without incident. “Cold clear skies over Kiev, where people prepared for an air raid, soon silent,” the updated article says.
- The ruble strengthened against the backdrop of beautiful geopolitical sharpness. In the morning he even briefly return to a level below 75 rubles. per dollar.
- The political crisis, however, continues. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that the country “does not see” him a single detachment of Russian troops from the border regions of Ukraine. According to Estonian intelligence, which states that “the Russian Armed Forces are ready to launch a full-scale military operation of Ukraine against the second half of February.”