for a year to withdraw its forces from their last stronghold in or you will pass it as your grand president landscape escalates his rhetoric, saying t of is ready to fight russia for another 10 years. internationally banded land mines are found after you. pregnant forces abandoned part of a major factory in the battled city of mario pal as russian and don bass troops continue their advance our course. but i got the report from the ground with international treaty with more mine and as monuments to soviet soldiers who fought not these in world war 2 are
defaced or even destroyed in some european countries, ukraine's media increasingly portrays and hitler collaborators as national heroes. also ahead mm hm. injured protesters, police officers and vehicles set on fire as unrest continues in sweden after an anti islam group known for burden. crohn's gets permission to stage demonstration with broadcasting live direct commerce studios in moscow. this is our international. i'm john thomas. certainly glad to have you with us are now joint russian, and daniel forces are approaching victory in the port city of mario pl. this is, according to the moscow's defense ministry. the area has been almost completely devastated by the fighting. now, a deadline given by moscow for the surrender of ukrainian fighters from the cities
steel factory has now passed. russian officials claim a fuse fire regime was supposed to start on sunday morning to enable ukrainian forces to safely surrender, but they remain entrenched at the as of stall steel plants without sufficient food and ammunition supplies. but they are reportedly still pushed by their commanders to stand their ground. you can president zelinski said on sunday, the ukrainian military is ready to fight for 10 years. if moscow continues to force kia to give up territory, the steel plant remains the last stronghold of ukrainian nationalist forces in the battle for multiple internationally banned land mines were found at the as of stall factory after russian forces took partial control of the facility. ukrainian authorities had earlier claimed they disposed of these kinds of anti personnel mines from the soviet era. western countries have meanwhile accused russia of using such minds in ukraine, our correspondent,
but i got the of examines the situation and they cleared part of the stall industrial complex. these are all vehicles of the ukranian military and nationalist battalions. he is his one truck that was overturned and that's huge. bluff the tunnel down into the basement. there perhaps you can see on the ground tunnels and areas of the each factory which is what this is what these vehicles were evidently under cover under this this metal roof. and as you can see, there were who destroyed underneath snake, a labyrinth of tunnels and rooms cumulatively tens of kilometers long. this is where ukrainian forces made their home while keeping civilians confined to the surface for the duration of the battle. thousands and thousands of credit nationally as willis,
so to speak with i hear you count tunnel whom underground is a soldier truck with a civilian as rushman forces these huge industrial areas. this is, this is where they live in these huge get rooms, lungs and they define everything, all of their belongings. amunition weapons, his huge amount of bullets. for example, they left all of it in a hurry as they tried to link up with allied troops. nationalists in the as of steel complex, but this is one of the reasons why this battle is taking so long because so many of the nationalist thought are deep on the ground for by story on the ground here and elsewhere, we found extensive stockpiles of weapons and ammunition, among them,
things that ukraine claimed it had destroyed. but the biggest thing that we found is the prevalence police mom and he personnel live ukraine had claimed that years ago to have destroyed it's was so far as the person alive you haven't lived with said on the lose a trip. why here, there are plenty more. mon, 90 ukraine claimed to have destroyed these as their minds according to international treaties. the if the thought as you see it had was for the kids another more mind with the detonator, with the trip, blah, over that as well as the stakes to install and sold them into the ground to set them up a move in,
in cities oversee there are many will trade here, here and elsewhere at the elite factory. but this does you pursue that? ukraine seemingly bo appearances like when it came to the stood it's mine, anti personnel mines stockpiles aside. i'm anti personnel mines. we also found a large number of weapons, ammunition and crates delivered from nato member states, javelin miss hall, tubes polish, and bulgaria amunition, british military uniforms, and much more. not just weapons, but also vehicles here at this parking spot. we've found a dozen or so america i merit. thank you. thank you joe button. he says for these hum a vehicle tom these again as i say about a dozen of them just here some in the state of disrepair,
others evidently disabled, perhaps cannibalized for path. nevertheless, these never left on the each factory industrial, though almost none of the previous occupants remain here. the ukranian prisoners of war have been transported away. the civilians held hostage here could not wait to get away. after their ordeal, he found only one lonely survivor. there is another trophy, thought russian forces here in mario palaces, evidently a service dog, ukrainian service dog. formerly she was painted blue. this is an identifying elephant with nationalism. both. she now serves. the local fights is from then yes. okay. it's just
a thought there was isn't as i wanted you to check. the sparkling lord's attrition . the ones that she showed us because it started sierra keith alex are released yet . big ruth law got morals for several 30 under careless shows of that. which is it that he thought is lower than what we were, the videos from local cards to former bras. understood the course. it, isn't it got 30? i started really busy myself. oh good. well, there's landscape vision hurdles here. so bobo sell a dog. this is the last page of the battle of mary. you pull the siege of the as of steel and ard works, industrial complex at the heart of the city where thousands of fanatical as off nationalists have fortified. deep on the ground to wait for the inevitable assault
. more i'd guys the of o t for mary you put the former soviet republic of moldova has banded the st. george ribbon, a symbol of the soviet victory over nazi germany and world war 2. now the decision has sparked a wave of protests in the eastern european country. oh testers, shouted the word, shame calling out the national authorities for attempting to erase part of the country's history. demonstrators sang soviet songs held up serving flags and st. george ribbons with some expressing support for russia, which has deeply held traditional ties with moldova. meanwhile, poland plans to dismantle 16 monuments dedicated to soviet soldiers. that after a memorial to the soviet red army was toppled during a live stream last month. all monuments that have any ties with the soviet union are subjected to be destroyed in accordance with poland de coming to zation law.
now the fight against communist relics has also swept across ukraine. since 2014 hundreds of monuments dedicated to soviet soldiers have been demolished, there trying to cut any ties to a common legacy with russia. ukrainians have been renaming streets named after soviet commanders and politicians for bit of reference more than 26000000 soviet citizens died in world war 2. nearly half of them soldiers, the soviet army, liberated the territory of 10 european countries from nazi occupation, freeing more than 100000000 people in those areas. is serbian, a member of parliament, milos banjo says that the purpose of erasing the past is to turn people against russia. and yet, does that mean, you know, the goal is simply logical to direct the peoples of eastern europe and the ussr against russia. to do that, you need to show that the russians have bad. and how can russia be shown as bad if it made such a colossal contribution to their liberation from the nazi?
it's necessary to cut out this part of the story and tell everyone that the russians occupies for many years and neo nazi regime has been developing in the crate. it is being imposed on all ukrainians. they simply do not want anything to do with russia. even a shed pass that they should be proud of. they took christopher to be for the state . heidi ology people in ukraine have been under the propaganda of the media for a long time. his school and people simply cannot hear another point of view because pro russia media abandon, ukraine can probably get each while some western countries are striving to diminish the soviet union's role in the allied victory in world war 2. it off hitler, supporters are getting increasing support in ukraine vogue magazines, list of histories most distinguished ukrainians now includes nazi collaborators upon mendera, long idolized by far right extremists in the country. oh,
no bun dara revenue by ukrainian nationalists and despised by every one else at least when they find out about his bro months with adolf hitler. but there is legacy has long been toyed with on the far right fringes of ukraine society. but with the latest i'll been pushed to support key of in whatever this nazi collaborates. hays being normalized in the mainstream to it was ban dera, who managed to bring the activities of the organisation of the ukrainian nationalists to a new level in the early 19 thirty's. turning it from an underground opening zation into a liberation movement known in every country where there was a diaspora all the years in exile. he was the leader of the organisation of the ukrainian nationalists, which was reckoned within europe and an outstanding theorist of the national movement. and pandora publications, and public organization spread the truth about ukraine ban,
durham headed the most radical iteration of o u n. the organization of ukrainian nationalists there openly and officially fascist roots, maybe shamefully tucked away and media articles now. but back then been there and his followers proudly wore it on their sleeves. along with anti semitism. the jews of the soviet union are the most loyal supporters of the bolshevik regime and the vanguard of musk of imperialism in the ukraine. jews often referred to by racial slurs within o u. n. weren't the only targets of been dares, fascist discrimination doctrine. russians, poles, gypsies were to be exterminated to, according to one of them dares closest allies and another hero of 21st century ukraine. it is necessary to hurry up with the liquidation of poles to their full extinction. villages with soley polish populations are to be burned down in villages of mixed nationalities. only poles are to be wiped out jews, and gypsies,
or to face the same treatment, full annihilation without remorse. it's vital to take care of doctors, pharmacists, chemists, nurses, and keep them under watch and field hospitals. when their work finishes, they must be murdered without announcement. hardly surprising adolph hitler chose bonder as his henchmen and chief in ukraine whose organisation is estimated to be responsible for some $100000.00 deaths and banderas blood last knew no limits. the organization of the ukrainian analysts valleys the lives of its members very highly . but we accept that our glorious idea requires not just a few, not hundreds, but millions to full victim in order to be implemented modern day ukraine has been repeatedly urged to stop glorifying these people who could have recently added a few pages to the rule book of iso or al qaeda, but president zalinski thinks it's a cool thing. there are indisputable heroes, steppin band era as a hero for certain ukrainians. and this is
a normal and cool thing. he was one of the defenders of ukraine's freedom. and of course there's plenty of ukrainians. horrified by been there as monuments springing up all across the country. it's just hard to tell how many ukrainians and since any sacrilege of these nazi idols could cost people their lives. injured protesters and police officers and cars sit on fire. tensions are high in sweden as protesters continue to take to the streets and to cry, an anti islam group known for burning crohn's after it was given permission by the authorities to stage demonstrations there. ah, 3 demonstrators were injured during the latest clashes with police. over the past several days. protests have taken place in a number of swedish cities, where the far right movement had planned it's events. now the group wants to ban
islam with its leader recently saying that it was quote, time to burn the kron. now, despite the violence, swedish authorities have refused to withdraw the permission for the group to hold the demonstrations there. now let's take a look at how the latest events have unfolded here. and there has recently been another sort of clash involving sweden and it's neighbor, finland over there consideration to apply for nato membership. as russia says, northern european stability would be jeopardized should both countries joining the alliance. it's no secret that the territories of these states have long been claimed by nato with large scale military exercises being held that the motives of
the alliance are clear. but it's unclear while baltic region neighbors, finland, and sweden want to turn into a new frontier of confrontation between the nato block and russia. the negative consequences for peace and stability in northern europe are obvious. earlier, moscow also had stated if a session by sweden and finland happens, russia will have to reinforce the baltic sea region by deploying nuclear weapons in it's european ex, clave of colin and grad in order to quote, restore the balance rushes repeatedly argued. nato expansion goes against its security concerns, something highlighted during the talks before the conflict and ukraine began, but was ignored or dismissed by western powers. during the cold war, sweden and finland decided not to join political and military alliances. however, in the 1990 s, those neutral states became part of nato's partnership for peace program,
which allows them to cooperate militarily with the block without taking up full membership. economist and publisher i hummer, believes the reconsideration of their neutral status will roll back all their peacemaking achievements. we had ages and ages of peace and we had ages of, of good feeling next to russia or next to you. europe. and people don't want to lose it. and now while going into the nato or thinking of going into the nato, everything changes the threat will meet the will increase. and of course, the pressure from the natal to push these countries against the neighbor. russia will increase to that's what we see everywhere. donald trump wanted to eliminate the need to because of this because he didn't want to have the cold war situation against the functionaries and bear across in the nature of a love,
the cold war situation. because of give them exceptional power within the major countries. so it is not only against russia, it is very much against the own population. within the nato countries to russia imposes an entry ben against a dozen high ranking british officials. citing a hostile stance from london list includes prime minister boards, johnson, his predecessor theresa may, and the foreign and defense secretaries. moscow says, london has engaged in an unbridled information and political campaign aimed at isolating russia and suffocating its economy. of u. k. has been a main advocate for international pressure on russia over the war ukraine. london has imposed numerous sanctions against the russian economy and officials and has campaigned for the you to give up russian gas imports. that is also providing thea with military aid, including anti tank and air defense systems. it's been revealed that some british
nationals have been directly involved in the conflict as well. it's since it's weapons, it's age, it's prime minister in person just last week. and now the times has revealed, it's very own troops when it comes to the war, the u. k. is clearly offering ukraine far more than just emotional support. so british special forces have their boots family on the ground in ukraine, despite none other than bursts. johnson himself, previously wanting mercenary members of the so called lads all me, that they could be breaking british law by going over to join the wall. i can understand why people feel as they do, but we have laws in our country about international conflicts and how they must be conducted. but it seems the words of the p. m. once enough to deter those brits determined to fight as russia has detained. 2 british citizens, they were captured while trying to flee a steel factory, mary opal, where according to the russian defense ministry, some 400 foreign mercenaries have been fighting, aiden ashlyn and sean pena were both detained after joining the ukrainian army on
soon pena. i'm serious and if the u. k. r is captured in very awful. i was fortunate area code 456 weeks now armen didn't people's republic a cooper and we were in a factor of myrtle in early i was a tuesday morning. there was the sort of removed form phone from the area of the factory, but we didn't know exactly where that for in the morning we left the factory in vehicles commerce very fortune beginning the ukraine was good sword wouldn't. and eventually i see they don't make right decisions that would end war. they didn't want to negotiate with steps that could help. and the war, like peacefully, it was like 1st time seeing reality may looted from like supermarkets. they were
civilians need food like survive after like in circles. and so they would take like food from the supermarkets, they would stop civilians from going out to get water and is not just the boots of most recent special forces that have been on the ground in ukraine. although not so much boots, but the polish shoes of the british prime minister bars johnson himself stepped out onto the streets of historic he f. as he strolled alongside. president zalinski last week becoming the most senior western leaders so far to step foot in the war zone. bringing with him not just woods of support, but a pledge of yet more military aid. it was a visit designed to send out a clear message to the well that the u. k. is there to help? well, one that ukrainian hoping that'll be exactly the case. his, the wife of the countries detained opposition leader given that johnson apparently has zalinski, is if she wants the british p. m to pressure the president, to swap the captured british mercenaries for her husband, victor at medford chak,
was arrested by ukrainian security services. he played a key role in negotiations between ukraine, russia and the people's republics of dynette can le ganske his wife claims the rest was completely against the law and was done to suppress dissenting voices in the country. then confirming as captain. i'm a tele medicine i've i've of their physician will edition following day of your grand individual. i appeal to you for help in exchange in my husband, horse england, then. but keith, a purchase for political reasons, and foss, inches, asians, for citizens of hume country i'd and as him and some pina. hello, a family and friends written i'm and so help me bit on victor for i, mr. johnson is staying tight lips, not a word about the british mercenaries is so far been spoken. although russia's foreign ministry spokeswoman claims the p. m. knows far more than he's letting on
boris johnson, who recently visit at k. uh, they certainly aware of the situation surround in the u. k. nationals, he will response in an least trusts will tell you what that british were doing that well, even aside from the most res britton's clearly been doing plenty there already. 2 countries standing side by side in the fight against russia, but who's leading, who? alright now, amid the war in ukraine and the sanctions imposed against russia, the u. n is chief, says global food and energy supplies, as well as financial systems have been disrupted, and will inevitably lead to an increase in poverty and hunger in developing countries as well. beyond ukraine's borders. far out of the media's attention, the war has become a silent attack on the developing world. the crisis could plunge up to 1700000000 people, more than a 5th of the global population into poverty and hunger on a scale that has not been seen in decades. russia has traditionally been
a substantial food exporter to many regions in the world, and is also a major supplier of fertilizers used in food production. ukraine and russia produced 30 percent of the world's wheat and barley, a 5th of the corn, and more than half of the sunflower oil. moscow has condemned the western sanctions as damaging global supply chains and some experts say that measures have the potential to cause famines in poorer nations. we spoke to people in kenya, one country facing a shortage of some products, amid rising living costs. now some said that they already can't afford 3 meals a day. eminem guy, jim, we, we are living in a difficult moment here in kenya. and every thing is shooting up in price, getting daily bread or even meals for a day. as a miracle, there is a shortage of foods, especially for people like us who depend on hand to mouth. to where russia has been
highly boosting the economy of ordination and wheat from there is used in making animal feeds. may be that is why all this is happening, of course. so when emma wheat floor is not affordable, and especially for us who live on the outskirts of the nairobi area, we don't have permanent jobs. and yet we must provide for our own families at home . politics and war and other places like ukraine has played a major setback in our suffering that i should a good if it's true, not every one is capable of having 3 meals per day. and as you can see in my shop, i don't have much stock. even sunflower, oil and wheat flour are nowhere to be seen. things are getting worse on a daily basis. man, in my day, a man told it, affording 3 meals in a day. no, not yet. the little money i get can only sustain me for a day, then i look for another alternative, either visit a friend of mine, at least, to share a little. but failing that, i will sleep hungry. we heard from oxfam, regional humanitarian, at coordinator, francesco rig i'm wanting about
a potential upcoming food crisis. there are cries all over the world. we should not forget that. there is a very difficult food security situation in west africa. there is a difficult situation in yemen. any now the parts in other parts of the world, it is indeed true that the situation in, in the own of africa, east africa more generally is quite difficult. i think that there are like some action that can be taken and adopted by the government in the region to make sure that the prototype intervention to address the younger crisis. and there is something that the international community can do as well. the region including like the effects of coal reed and the effects off the locust infestation. so those are the, the element that they, they, they were the prime cause for days for days, cries is that the recent crisis in, you could be now as
a compounding effect or that does it for me this hour. i will be back in about 32 minutes with another full and perception is there with a with if anybody's been trapped in an elevator, 20 minutes can be pretty long time right and alone. trapped in an elevator for 20 minutes. not knowing what's going to happen,
not knowing where you are the suits of sensory deprivation. i think that if your life are 20 minutes an hour, not at all. yeah. in the intercom is nothing i was trying to get you out. i was keeping you. id is your communication. oh, and i think sistant who ah, ah, a more of the building. mm . more on turn begins without got. mm. but it does not in, it will not. and until every terrorist group of global reach has been found.
stopped and defeated. ah, i think we've lost more in the warranty. so you know, a comparison decline, resort to torture, and i think it gives them the illusion of mastery and dominance and control by torturing essentially we blind ourselves. but we could in fact create a democratic society which actually has consistently valuable and effective techniques to fight terror. the fact that we don't is more an expression of our own anxieties and fears.