Elders council of erzya people publicly support ukrainians from the territory of RF

Elders council of erzya people publicly support ukrainians from the territory of RF

One of the most abundant Finno-Ugric ethnicities of the Russian Federation, Erzya people, residing predominantly in the Republic of Mordovia, expressed their solidarity with the people of Ukraine. The corresponding statement was published on the official wed-site of the national movement: http://inyazoro.info/

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Syreś Boläeń: «The star of Erzyan Mastor is going to light up soon!»

Syreś Boläeń: «The star of Erzyan Mastor is going to light up soon!»

Russian forces did not manage to capture Kharkiv, Chernigiv, Sumy, Poltava, Kyiv and other large cities of Ukraine. Having suffered serious losses, Russian could not gain a foothold in the cities. Instead, they have switched to rocket strikes on residential districts and bombarding of civilian infrastructure objects. Moscow bets on killing the large number of civilians in this way demoralizing the adversary.

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“It is High Time We Break Up the Ties with Mad Moscow”: Calls for Independence Are Heard in Tatarstan

“It is High Time We Break Up the Ties with Mad Moscow”: Calls for Independence Are Heard in Tatarstan

The political and socio-economic situation in the Russian Federation is becoming worse. Unparalleled sanctions introduced not only for Russian political leadership but also for Russian business caused considerable damage to Russian economics. Frustration is also growing among the wealthiest individuals of the Federation and Tatarstan, which is famous for its will to save its sovereignty and Tatar identity.  

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Non-Russians at the forefront. Who is fighting and dying for the “Russian peace” in Ukraine

Non-Russians at the forefront. Who is fighting and dying for the “Russian peace” in Ukraine

Today, on March 2, Ilnur Sibagatullin was buried in Nizhnekamsk. Tatarstan citizen died in the war in Ukraine, although Tatarstan President Rustam Minnikhanov didn’t specify this in his condolences. Experts drew attention to the disproportionately large number of non-Slavic names among the dead soldiers and prisoners.

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