CNBC's Live Blog on the Ukraine War. On October 30, 2023, Russian President Vladimir Putin will host a meeting in Moscow with the members of the Security Council and Russian Government as well as law enforcement agencies.
John Kirby of the U.S. National Security Council described the claims as "classic Russian rhetoric" and stated that "the West has nothing to do with it." People shouting antisemitic chants on an airfield at the airport in Makhachkala (Russia), Oct. 30, 2023.
Storm the airport in Makhachkala to look for passengers who arrived on a flight out of Tel Aviv. Russia faces increasing pressures to address ethnic tensions and also has to navigate difficult alliances in Middle East. It is allied with Israel’s sworn enemies Iran, but maintains positive ties with Israel. John Kirby, White House National Security Council Strategic Communications Co-ordinator.
He said that when something bad happens in your country you blame someone else. You blame outside influences. The West has nothing to do with it. On October 30, 2023, Russian President Vladimir Putin will host a meeting in Moscow with the members of the Security Council and Russian Government as well as law enforcement agencies.
Who is behind the chaos and who profits from it? "I've already talked about the attempts to use the dramatic Middle East situation, other regional conflict against our country and against Russia. To destabilize our multi-religious and multinational society. They use various means to achieve this. We can see that they are using the best provocation, sophisticated psychological technology and information warfare." John Kirby of the U.S. National Security Council spokeswoman, described the accusations as "classic Russian rhetoric" and said that "the West was not involved in this." On October 30, 2023, law enforcement officers patrol a perimeter outside the airport at Makhachkala. On October 30, 2023, Russian police said that 60 people were arrested for allegedly storming an airport located in Dagestan - a muslim majority Caucasus country - to attack Jewish passengers from Israel. (Photo taken by STRINGER / AFP). (Photo taken by STRINGER/AFP through Getty Images).
Podolyak made his comments after Russia accused both the West and Ukraine of orchestrating unrest in Dagestan, and of trying divide Russian society. It did not provide any evidence for its accusations. In May, Russia took Bakhmut - the site of some of bloodiest battles of the 20 month war - from the Ukrainians. Aerial view of Bakhmut completely destroyed by heavy battles in Bakhmut on September 27, 2023.
He said that Russian troops had suffered heavy losses. The report said that Ukraine continued its own assault operations south Bakhmut, and was causing losses in both manpower and equipment. People chanting antisemitic slurs at an airport airfield in Makhachkala (Russia) on October 30, 2023.
"Putin will hold a large, representative meeting at 19:00 Moscow Time today to discuss the West's efforts to divide Russian society by using events in the Middle East. Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, speaks at his press conference during the Third Belt and Road Forum in Beijing on October 18, 2023.
Putin will speak, and the meeting will take place behind closed doors. She said: "In the implementation and execution of their next destructive actions, a key role was given to the criminal Kyiv government, which acted in turn through the hands infamous Russophobes settled there." On Jan. 2, 2023, a New Year decoration in Moscow stylized as "Kremlin Star," an insignia used by Russian troops in Ukraine.
Hate speech is a daily occurrence for Russian propagandists on the official Russian television. After mobs stormed an airport, Moscow claimed the West was trying to "split Russian Society".