And in 485 days, "Kyiv in 3 days" is not taken, but the Kremlin will soon fall. Wagner moved the muzzles of tanks from Ukraine to Moscow, Putin asks for help, and Belarus is ready to accept Russian "refugees". The beast eats itself.
International reaction to sudden events in Russia.
"I see, my summer vacation in Crimea is approaching," Jan Lipavsky.
"Closely monitoring the situation in Russia as it unfolds. In touch with European leaders and G7 partners. This is clearly an internal Russian issue. Our support for Ukraine and Zelenskyy is unwavering," Charles Michel.
"Had a call with G7 foreign ministers to exchange views on the situation in Russia. Ahead of Monday's EU foreign affairs Council, I am coordinating inside the European Union and have activated the crisis response centre. Our support to Ukraine continues unabated," Josep Borrell.
"As for Ukraine, the support will not change. The United States will continue to work closely with allies and partners as the situation in Russia continues to evolve," Anthony Blinken in a conversation with G7 and Josep Borrell.
"Estonia is closely following the development of the situation in Russia and exchanging information with allies. I can assure that there is no direct threat to our country. Border security has been strengthened. I also urge our people not to travel to any part of Russia," Kaja Kallas.
"The events currently taking place in the Russian Federation are Russia's internal affairs," president of Kazakhstan Qasym-Jomart Toqaev in a telephone conversation with Putin.