The Wagner group forecasts disaster if Russia does not move into total war footing. Yevgeny Prigozhin has been ramping up pressure on Russia’s military leadership and extending his criticism to the country’s moneyed elites............ “We are in such a condition that we could lose Russia,” he continued, his speech laced with profanity. “We have to prepare for a very hard war that will result in hundreds of thousands of casualties.” ...... An oligarch closely allied with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, Mr. Prigozhin has been ramping up pressure on Russia’s military leadership with bombastic diatribes on public internet platforms, and extending his criticism to the country’s moneyed elites. ........ The Kremlin, Mr. Prigozhin said, must declare a new wave of mobilization to call up more fighters and declare martial law and force “everyone possible” into the country’s ammunition production efforts. .......... “We must stop building new roads and infrastructure facilities and work only for the war, to live for a few years in the image of North Korea,” he said. “If we win, we can build anything. We stabilize the front and then move on to some kind of active action.” ............ “The children of the elite smear themselves with creams, showing it on the internet, ordinary people’s children come in zinc, torn to pieces,” he said, referencing the coffins of dead soldiers, and adding that those killed in action had “tens of thousands” of relatives. “Society always demands justice, and if there is no justice, then revolutionary sentiments arise.” ............ Mr. Prigozhin said Ukraine had “one of the strongest armies in the world” and added that the violence at the border reflected poor leadership at the highest level of Russian military. He has often singled out Defense Minister Sergei K. Shoigu as the object of his ire, and in the interview, Mr. Prigozhin defined his personal credo as, “I love my motherland, I serve Putin, Shoigu should be judged and we will fight on.” ............ “If he doesn’t stop, he will wind up like Aleksei Navalny.” Mr. Navalny, Russia’s most prominent opposition politician, is now in poor health in a penal colony. ........... “You are given everything, permission to break the law, to take people from prisons without asking anyone’s permission, to kill those people if you don’t like them for discipline,” Mr. Oreshkin said about the terms of the deal between Mr. Putin and Mr. Prigozhin. “If he had not brought this victory, he would have been torn apart” by the elites he has been disparaging. .
The U.S.-Chinese Economic Relationship Is Changing—But Not Vanishing How “De-Risking” Can Preserve Healthy Integration .......... the United States is “for de-risking, not for decoupling,” a formulation first articulated by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen ........ U.S. export controls would remain “narrowly focused on technology that could tilt the military balance,” adding that “we are not cutting off trade.” ........... Although direct investment in both directions has declined, trade in goods between the United States and China hit an all-time high of $690 billion last year. ........ corporations are already working to mitigate the risk that a single point of failure could upend their operations. .......... The COVID-19 pandemic turbocharged this shift. Supply chain disruptions altered basic assumptions about China’s role in the global economy, undermining the view that China is always open for business and a dependable source of “just-in-time” manufactured goods. Xi’s draconian “zero-COVID” policy spurred boardrooms to reexamine their dependence on foreign suppliers. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine only heightened these concerns. .......... unprecedented export controls on advanced technology, an upcoming screening mechanism on outbound U.S. investment into Chinese technology companies, and industrial policies that encourage the relocation of manufacturing and sourcing to the United States and allied countries............ Chinese consumers increasingly prefer local brands, and Chinese firms now compete more effectively against multinational firms, partly because Chinese state regulators often tilt the scales in favor of domestic champions. ....... little de-risking (let alone decoupling) shows up in the data at first glance. U.S.-Chinese trade in goods reached a record high in 2022, and China remains the United States’ third-largest trading partner after Canada and Mexico, accounting for nearly 20 percent of total U.S. goods imports. ............ European trade with China is also on the rise, with EU imports from China more than doubling since 2016 and EU exports to China increasing by 50 percent. ......... four firms (BASF, Daimler, Volkswagen, and BMW) accounted for 34 percent of all European foreign direct investment into China between 2018 and 2021 ......... Vietnam and Mexico don’t have the capacity of China given their smaller populations, and India is plagued by perceptions of volatile regulation and subpar infrastructure. .......... The reality is that for many companies, the Chinese market is too big and too valuable to abandon, despite the geopolitical risks. China accounts for one-fifth of global GDP and has a consumer class of 900 million people. Its unique combination of infrastructure investments, human capital, and supplier ecosystem has made it a manufacturing powerhouse. De-risking therefore requires sacrificing revenue and efficiency, and a full break is often impractical. ............ One strategy companies are adopting is to localize their branding and operations to cater to a more nationalist market. Many are building “China for China” ecosystems, creating self-contained operational divisions in China that manufacture for the Chinese market while moving manufacturing operations for export elsewhere. ............ Some are also moving final assembly or critical components outside of China—even if many of the inputs are dependent on China—to avoid the “made in China” tag and U.S. tariffs. ........... Finally, companies are actively planning for crisis scenarios that could transform de-risking into rapid decoupling. Many companies were caught flat-footed by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and don’t want to repeat the same mistake. An escalation over Taiwan is the most-discussed threat, since it would put companies operating on the mainland in an impossible position. But Taiwan is not the only worry: other triggers for decoupling could include a crisis in the South China Sea, policy changes targeting China from a more hawkish U.S. government after the 2024 election, and sanctions in response to Chinese lethal aid to Russia. ............... China is home to 77 percent of global lithium-ion battery manufacturing capacity and dominates 80 percent of the manufacturing stages of solar panels. China is also the global leader in the processing of critical minerals necessary for clean technologies, refining over half of all lithium, nickel, and cobalt. ............
Ten years from now, clean energy supply chains will remain mostly integrated............ Export controls, investment restrictions, and subsidies have more power if they are jointly implemented by a U.S.-European superbloc. .
Two Weeks at the Front in Ukraine In the trenches in the Donbas, infantrymen face unrelenting horrors, from missiles to grenades to helicopter fire. ......
If you want to live, dig......... shock waves and shrapnel had reduced the surrounding trees to splintered canes. Artillery had churned up so much earth that you could no longer distinguish between craters and the natural topography. ......... A log-covered dugout, where the soldiers slept, was about five feet deep and not much wider. ........ As for the infantrymen, their mission was straightforward: not to leave and not to die.......... The village was controlled by the Wagner Group, a Russian paramilitary organization notorious for committing atrocities in Africa and the Middle East. ......... “They were like zombies. They used the prisoners like a wall of meat. It didn’t matter how many we killed—they kept coming.” ........... and the conventional troops who replaced them were far less numerous and suicidal ........ “A lot of the new guys don’t have the stamina to be out here,” Pavlo said. “They get scared and they panic.” ........ The uncanny extent to which both men had adapted to their lethal environment underscored the agitation of the recent arrivals, who flinched whenever something whistled overhead or crashed nearby............ Taking out his phone, he swiped through a series of photographs: “Killed . . . killed . . . killed . . . killed . . . killed . . . wounded. . . . Now I have to get used to different people. It’s like starting over.” .......... He’d been there for six weeks and had not so much mastered his fear as accepted the illogic of running: there was nowhere to escape to. All the same, he was so timid by nature that it was difficult to imagine him repulsing a Russian attack. “I hate weapons and violence,” he said with wide-eyed incredulity, as if he still could not believe where he was. “I’m just trying to stay alive until I can get home.” ......... I spent twelve days with the 28th Brigade, and I never once saw Tynda, Odesa, or Bison put on body armor or a helmet. When I asked Bison about this, he replied, “If I’m going to die, I’ll die.” ........ the veterans had so internalized the soundscape of the war that they knew instinctively where each munition was coming from and where it would land .......... The gun’s operator, a rawboned soccer hooligan with brass knuckles tattooed on his hand, spoke of the Maxim like a car enthusiast lauding the performance of a vintage Mustang. ........... In the course of the past year, the U.S. has furnished Ukraine with more than thirty-five billion dollars in security assistance. Why, given the American largesse, had the 28th Brigade resorted to such a museum piece? A lot of equipment has been damaged or destroyed on the battlefield. At the same time, Ukraine appears to have forgone refitting debilitated units in order to stockpile for a large-scale offensive that is meant to take place later this spring. At least eight new brigades have been formed from scratch to spearhead the campaign. While these units have been receiving weapons, tanks, and training from the U.S. and Europe, veteran brigades like the 28th have had to hold the line with the dregs of a critically depleted arsenal. .......... it was “more important to focus on the accumulation of resources” for future battles. “May the soldiers in the trenches forgive me,” Zaluzhnyi said. .............. his mortar teams had fired about three hundred shells a day; now they were rationed to five a day. The Russians averaged ten times that rate. ............. The most important element of any dugout is the roof. Raw logs are brought on trucks as close to the front as possible, then carried by soldiers to the trenches. A proper roof consists of three layers of logs stacked crosswise under three feet of dirt—a thickness greater than the distance that most projectiles can penetrate during the millisecond between their impact and their detonation. Railroad ties serve as vertical posts. The dugout should be deep enough that the top barely crests the ground; from outside, all you see are steps descending to a subterranean door. ................ “I’d seen how people burn alive inside,” he told me. “One R.P.G. or mortar strike, and that’s it.” ........... and as we approached a white church outside Kostyantynivka I noticed Volynyaka crossing himself. In town, I asked him if the war had made him more religious. “No, the opposite,” he said. “I’ve started to question the existence of God.” ........... According to Volynyaka, “almost everyone” who had not already fled the town was pro-Russian. A clerk at the local grocery store had told him, “We don’t want you here.” I asked him if the hostility had eroded his motivation to keep fighting. He shook his head. “I know it’s my land—why should I care what they think?” ............... and asked me if the soil in the United States was as rich and arable as theirs. The fact that this same soil now shielded them against injury and death had only deepened their attachment to it. ............. In his spare time, he tended the vegetable patch, which he hoped would be sprouting when the homeowners returned. ............. He later told me that his preferred avatar in his favorite video game, Skyrim, was an archer. “grove st 4 life,” a reference to Grand Theft Auto, was tattooed on his forearm. When he found enough bandwidth, he planned to download a game called World of Tanks onto his phone. ........... Then, on the eve of the offensive, a young member of the brigade posted a video of himself and his comrades in which he announced where “we will be attacking.” By the time the video was deleted, it had been viewed more than eleven thousand times. ......... When a sergeant overheard a draftee telling me that he was sick, the sergeant interjected, “Everybody is sick.” .......... “Maybe the drone saw the Starlink satellite,” Ivan said. “Or they saw our toilet. It’s obviously for officers.” (The toilet was just a pit that had been dug deeply enough to afford its occupant protection while squatting.) .......... Ivan grabbed a pastry from the food rations. “I want to eat some cake before I die.” ......... Morale was as crucial an asset as any in the infantry. One day, while I was on the Zero Line, an “Army psychologist” had visited. He did not have a degree in psychology, and his role was limited to identifying soldiers who were incapacitated by fear and could not “overcome their paralysis.” He explained, “I try to convey to them why they must follow their orders. If that doesn’t work, then we send them to a real psychologist.” ............. Ivan claimed that men often faked injuries in a bid to escape the trenches. “It happens all the fucking time,” he said. But, he allowed, such desperation could arise from genuine psychological damage. ............ Almost all the veterans had suffered multiple concussions, but, as Kaban had told me, “If we get sent for treatment, who will stay in the trenches?” ............ Post-traumatic stress disorder did not seem to be an apposite diagnosis for anyone on the front, because the traumatic event was still happening. .................. “It’s easier psychologically to stay here. It’s hard to come back after visiting civilization.” ........ Kaban had recalled going to Odesa a few months earlier and experiencing a panic attack as soon as he exited the train station. The overwhelming stimuli—bustling crowds, speeding cars, jarring city noises—felt like an onslaught of potential threats. Strangers were rifling through their bags, making phone calls; Kaban instinctively reached for his Kalashnikov, only to realize that he was unarmed. When he spotted a group of soldiers patrolling the station, he ran to them, pale and shaking. “Don’t worry,” a soldier assured him. “You’re not the first. This happens a lot.” ........ At the start—when there were no Five Hundreds or fainthearted draftees, and everyone was still a volunteer, galvanized by a profound sense of patriotic duty—Oper had commanded twelve extraordinarily courageous men. He had loved them all, and all of them had died. The losses had broken something in him, and he no longer permitted himself to form comparable attachments to his subordinates. ............. The whole country has been affected by the war, but nobody has absorbed its misery and horror the way infantrymen have. ............ and he did not think that having three children should exclude a man from serving. “It should be the other way around,” he said. “They have more to fight for.” ............. “Just like the Battle of Saratoga, the fight for Bakhmut will change the trajectory of our war for independence and for freedom.” This March, Zelensky told the Associated Press that if Ukraine lost the city Putin would “smell that we are weak” and “sell this victory to the West, to his society, to China, to Iran.” .
Taking questions from the audience is a powerful move— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 24, 2023
Write like a 5th grader.— Dakota Robertson (@WrongsToWrite) May 24, 2023
54% of Americans struggle to read a book past a 6th-grade level.
So, keep your words simple.
Don't say "Utilize" when you can say "Use".
Don't say "Affirmative" when you can say "Yes".
The bigger your words, the smaller your audience.
In 3 years, @sahilbloom grew his audience to over 350,000 newsletter subscribers and 930,000 Twitter followers.— Nathan Barry (@nathanbarry) May 24, 2023
His goal is to build his newsletter to 1 million subscribers as fast as possible.
Here’s the flywheel he’s using to get there in the next year or two: pic.twitter.com/wvigfG5bLy
Very little was pre-planned.— Sahil Bloom (@SahilBloom) May 24, 2023
I’m very good at figuring things out on the fly and making them bend to my will after the fact.
I was just focusing on writing quality content and trying things—the flywheel revealed itself and improved over time.
There is a systemic banking crisis— Balaji (@balajis) May 24, 2023
Many banks are insolvent
Authorities are ignoring it
Fed rate hikes caused it
Accounting tricks hid it
And fixes aren’t fixing ithttps://t.co/ChVPYnSpgb
Given an image and a selected pixel, our method outputs segment of the image that has the same material as one at the chosen pixel.— Prafull Sharma (@prafull7) May 23, 2023
Materialistic: Selecting Similar Materials in Images is accepted to SIGGRAPH 2023.
Webpage: https://t.co/YxtYWiv1JH pic.twitter.com/xj51Xtbbvt
“Regular Americans … don’t worry about the government shutting down.”— The Recount (@therecount) May 24, 2023
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) says no one in the House Republican conference is concerned about the potential of a U.S. debt default, possibly as early as June 1 pic.twitter.com/gvJsAUkZS5
We have rebranded to KissanAI from KissanGPT, honoring @openai branding policy and support.— Pratik Desai (@chheplo) May 24, 2023
Microsoft has come up with big support and now we have completely moved to @Azure India, reducing latency and releasing my on-premise servers.
50k farmers and 110k QnA served in 2mo.
Druckenmiller estimates the true debt, including entitlements, to be $200T.— Balaji (@balajis) May 24, 2023
If it’s anything close to that, you can’t grow your way out. You could sacrifice 1000 unicorns plus all of tech without making a dent.
So they won’t pay.
They’ll print. https://t.co/Z3r0QDBIWT
Money has come a long way since goats and teeth.— Coinbase 🛡️ (@coinbase) May 24, 2023
And it still has a long way to go. Thankfully, crypto helps moves money forward. pic.twitter.com/QJlA2lCMJc
Imagine AI embedded at the OS level — a JARVIS-like assistant with access to all your files, websites, media, and apps.— Bilawal Sidhu (@bilawalsidhu) May 24, 2023
That's exactly what Microsoft is doing.
Your entire digital universe — not just to prompt and search over, but to actively control and take action on your… https://t.co/iUJLxSG6Mz
I sold my last company for $26M— Raleigh Williams (@theraleighwill) May 24, 2023
But when I tried to sell it as one business no one wanted to write me a check.
It took me 9 transactions with 8 different buyers to unlock an the full value of the business.
A few strategies to unlock liquidity as a founder.
always the case for me ---- audio is plenty of texture without any of the eye strain— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) May 24, 2023
Marge is screaming the loudest because she's part of J5/J6. She's scared at what's coming her way. Charges. https://t.co/MyGiURNqrX— Liss_Sassy ~Indictments Coming 2023, NY done.🇺🇸 (@Lissthesassy) May 24, 2023
schengen visa is the worst for Indians.— Madhusudanan (@onlymadhoo) May 24, 2023
Tickets, hotels, car rent booking, bank account, payslip, tax returns, noc from company, leave letter, passport, biwi, bache sab mangte hai for a stupid visa that takes 2 weeks+ to process.
How the f**k am I supposed to apply for a job that asks me this? pic.twitter.com/QVYYC16uot— OutsideContextProblem 🍷 (@context_outside) May 23, 2023
I run a $220M tech business for flooring companies.— Todd Saunders (@toddsaunders) May 24, 2023
We have north of 3,500 customers.
And our logo retention is 96%.
The secret? My phone number.
Every single client has my personal cell and can call me whenever for whatever reason.
Men are really something else. When I was single years ago & I had just started dating after my first marriage ended, I went on 1 date with this man who said "you're pretty but I don't date single moms because they always want something." This was 8 years ago.— ر ت ت ت (@raniawrites) May 22, 2023
this is today... pic.twitter.com/OdOyV466W8
Hit the 'Like' button if you agree with the honorable Liz Cheney that Donald Trump "continues to be an ongoing, clear and present danger to this democracy.” pic.twitter.com/yYoTcrxEGb— Republicans against Trump (@RpsAgainstTrump) May 23, 2023
The American Right seemed at first to be going fascist slowly, but now seems to be doing so all at once.— Bill Kristol (@BillKristol) May 23, 2023
There are 5 things I love doing each day:— Justin Welsh (@thejustinwelsh) May 24, 2023
1. Writing for 90+ minutes
2. Walking for 75+ minutes
3. Making lunch with my wife
4. Helping my customers win
5. Getting outside to end the day
I'm determined to eliminate, automate or delegate almost everything else.
Elon Musk has been trying to set up his Twitter Spaces event with presidential hopeful Ron DeSantis for the past 24 minutes, but it has continued to crash and break down. pic.twitter.com/KThMYGYlKG— Pop Crave (@PopCrave) May 24, 2023
Everyone trying to get into Twitter Spaces right now…pic.twitter.com/4K9dJO5klJ— Douglas A. Boneparth (@dougboneparth) May 24, 2023
Spaces with @RonDeSantis in ~2 hours!— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 24, 2023
How would you use exponential tech to re-invent the legal system?— Peter H. Diamandis, MD (@PeterDiamandis) May 24, 2023
Nvidia just added $151B to its market cap in under 30 minutes. Insanity.— Douglas A. Boneparth (@dougboneparth) May 24, 2023
This is hilarious. https://t.co/lmRiwA5yNg— Ron Shillman (@shillman1) May 24, 2023
You can literally re-invent yourself. I've done this many times in my career.— Peter H. Diamandis, MD (@PeterDiamandis) May 24, 2023
You can be the richest person in the world, and the person who wants to be the most powerful person in the world, and still make complete fools of yourselves online.— Mehdi Hasan (@mehdirhasan) May 24, 2023
It's amateur hour over at both Twitter HQ and the DeSantis campaign on their joint big night, it seems.
When my first startup was about to die my co-founder and I pulled off a switch to paid-only that required 18 hour days for a month.— Matt Wensing 🐙 (@mattwensing) May 24, 2023
That made this moment w/ my son possible 10 yrs later.
The thing about work-life balance is you have to decide on what horizon you’re balancing. pic.twitter.com/lzZVdZxyy4
ChatGPT app for iOS now in 🇦🇱🇭🇷🇫🇷🇩🇪🇮🇪🇯🇲🇰🇷🇳🇿🇳🇮🇳🇬🇬🇧 and more to come soon!— Mira Murati (@miramurati) May 24, 2023
More samples pic.twitter.com/AWsPzREMZV— Mira Murati (@miramurati) April 6, 2022
Make it voice-enabled in as many languages as possible.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) May 24, 2023
1/ Thrilled to announce: Our new course ChatGPT Prompt Engineering for Developers, created together with @OpenAI, is available now for free! Access it here: https://t.co/OaIpa6L2jn pic.twitter.com/g7pk04Oi3h— Andrew Ng (@AndrewYNg) April 27, 2023
NVIDIA adds a casual $150b in a day on AI chip demand even as most enterprises have just started to put in their orders.— Emad (@EMostaque) May 24, 2023
$100k+ data analysis jobs now useless?— Tibo (@tibo_maker) May 24, 2023
Look at how ChatGPT + Code Interpreter now makes it a piece of cake ...
1. Upload raw data 📊
2. Let AI work its magic ✨
3. Insights, visualizations, & analytics delivered 🌟 pic.twitter.com/Fa5vZGMPop
Here's my conversation with Randall Kennedy, law professor at Harvard. We primarily talk about the N-word, which is the topic of his most controversial book of the same name. Randall is an author of many seminal books on race, history, culture, politics, policing, and education.… pic.twitter.com/adbim7U5zs— Lex Fridman (@lexfridman) May 24, 2023
I could never have imagined all that this job would require from me.— Chief Rabbi Of Ukraine Moshe Azman (@RabbiUkraine) May 24, 2023
Somedays I get to tell the Ukrainian story, somedays I get to teach Torah, & somedays I get to workout helping prepare food boxes for 🇺🇦
I thank G-d everyday for the great blessing He has given me: to serve. pic.twitter.com/lNtIvKDMJ1
The conversation which @elonmusk @DavidSacks @GovRonDeSantis and now @DrJBhattacharya are having is officially ending the days of corporate press. It’s been coming for a long time but this is the moment.— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) May 24, 2023
We don’t need them anymore. The new trail is being blazed…
The week so far: Adobe killed all the Gen AI design startups with Firefly, and then Microsoft killed all the other Gen AI startups with plugins and Fabric releases.— Matt Turck (@mattturck) May 24, 2023
The week so far: Adobe killed all the Gen AI design startups with Firefly, and then Microsoft killed all the other Gen AI startups with plugins and Fabric releases.— Matt Turck (@mattturck) May 24, 2023
Every organization needs to plan for four possible AI futures:— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) May 24, 2023
1) This is it. LLMs never get better. (Current capabilities are still disruptive)
2) Slow gains in ability
3) Continued exponential improvements, but no AGI
I think people are way too fixated on 1 & 4 vs 2 & 3
To put this all in perspective: Ron DeSantis just became the first presidential candidate in American history to launch his campaign after suffering a massive defeat to a cartoon mouse.— Gavin Newsom (@GavinNewsom) May 24, 2023
One of the big questions about practical AI is do generalists vs. specialists win: do the best general LLMs (today, GPT-4) beat specialized models (like Google’s AI trained on medical issues)?— Ethan Mollick (@emollick) May 24, 2023
In this test, GPT-4, without specialized training, does as well as the best medical AI https://t.co/K1nWoxAsoW
Steve Jobs once said:— Dickie Bush 🚢 (@dickiebush) May 24, 2023
"The most powerful person is the storyteller."
And one of the world's best resources to learn this skill is Pixar's 22 Storytelling Rules.
Here's how you can unlock their magic as a digital writer:https://t.co/OHhY4b2gf2 pic.twitter.com/4Rior7qav4
10x version of the above:https://t.co/OoKHVMTllD— Kishan Bagaria (@KishanBagaria) December 28, 2021
i grew up here pic.twitter.com/wAWTSmEhhW— Kishan Bagaria (@KishanBagaria) September 20, 2020
people sliding in my DMs: my inbox has blown up across multiple platforms. i'll get to you soon!— Kishan Bagaria (@KishanBagaria) August 4, 2020
i've also logged out of twitter from all devices and am tweeting this from a potato
calling it now. gpt-3 / gpt-N will kill google search— Kishan Bagaria (@KishanBagaria) July 19, 2020
July 2020. Wow.— Paramendra Kumar Bhagat (@paramendra) May 25, 2023
gpt-N will index the whole web and you'll have access to the next best thing after an omniscient force— Kishan Bagaria (@KishanBagaria) July 23, 2020
an all-knowing teacher
How To Unlock The Magic Of Pixar’s 22 Storytelling Rules As A Digital Writer
It’s actually wild that in just a few short months it’s become *extremely* trivial to spin up an AI bot that let’s you chat with a 100+ page document.— Mckay Wrigley (@mckaywrigley) May 25, 2023
Someone who’s *never* coded before can learn how to do this in a night.
It’s crazy what’s possible with AI.
Today in Paris, we mark the birth of the Russian Democratic Club, a coalition of Russian anti-war democratic forces, spearheaded by @gudkovd and @gudkov_g.— Mikhail Khodorkovsky (@mbk_center) May 24, 2023
We aim to provide real representation for the Russian people – something Putin’s foreign ministry cannot claim to do. We… pic.twitter.com/MxTXZXhleF