Desperate Russia funding any terrorist group who will wage war on the West

Hezbollah Radwan group have plans to invade Northern Israel

Russia’s private military company, the Wagner Group is offering to strengthen the air defences of either Hezbollah, a designated terrorist group in Lebanon, or Iran, according to the US Government.

The White House has described this move as “unprecedented defence cooperation” between the two enemies of the United States.

According to National Security Council spokesman John Kirby: “Our information… indicates that Wagner, at the direction of the Russian government, was preparing to provide an air defence capability to either Hezbollah or Iran.”

The move has sparked alarm among conflict analysts some of whom believe Wagner’s actions are a sign that Russia is willing to back any terrorist group or regime capable of attacking the West.

Ukraine commentator and X user @JayinKyiv wrote: “Russia is arming, financing, planning and sharing intelligence with ANY regime or terror group that is willing to wage war on the West.”


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Heavy overnight air defence activity for both Russia and Ukriane

The air defence of Ukraine and Russia where reportedly busy last night with both sides claiming to have repelled overnight attacks.

Ukraine reports shooting down “all 14 Shahed (Iranian-made) drones” fired by Russian forces.

While the Russian Ministry of Defence claims to have thwarted a drone attack aimed at Crimea.The Russian MoD stated: “An attempt by the Kyiv regime to carry out a terrorist attack with aircraft-type UAVs on objects on the territory of the Russian Federation was prevented.”

Good morning

Good morning from London. I’m Tim McNulty, I’ll be bringing you all the latest developments on the war in Ukraine. Please feel free to get in touch with me as I work if you have a story or tips to share! Your thoughts are always welcome.

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