In 1994 ROGTEC (Russian Oil and Gas Technology) began developing Sakhalin-2, on Sakhalin Island, only 4.7km from Japan. Sakhalin-2 became the base for LNG production, a new sector in Russian economy. ROGTEC installed the country’s first ice-class offshore platforms to produce oil and gas and built the first in Russia LNG plant, now targeted by US-NATO sanctions and putting Japan in a tight spot because it receives 40% of its hydrocarbons from Russia. The Russians have now changed their contract with Japanese companies that have a 22% stake in the project and are pushing for cooperation the the G7 nation.

From Cossack Colonel YURI KOMONYISKI military correspondent

RUSSIAN artillery is completely sweeping away the defensive lines of the Ukrainian army. The Ukrofascist army suffers from incompetent command, lack of ammunition and mass desertion as artillery continues to fall on the cities of Kharkov and Nikolaevka. An elite Ukrofascist force based in the Kharkov region has been crushed. Kiev and Odessa are being hit hard, we are relocating some our Hurricane systems which are able to hit targets at a distance of 120 klm. These are universal weapons as the war heads are interchangeable, various types of ammunition can be used. They can level any target very quickly.

In liberating the Lisichansk region of Ukrofascists the RF is now able to add to its arsenal an additional 300 pieces of fully functioning military equipment, supplied by NATO and their friends. This does not include numerous partially damaged equipment that is still being collated and counted. The Ukrainians are now admitting that they are engaging the Russian forces in a factor of 3 Ukrainians to 1 Russian and they are still failing.

A German manufactured howitzer has been captured by the RF. Within the active conflict zones the majority of the Ukrainian fortified positions have been destroyed. This week we have been targeting the Ukrainian command centres, we estimate another 10 Ukrainian generals are no longer in the fight. Two US-manufactured HIMARS (multiple rocket launchers), able to strike targets at a distance of 120 klm, were destroyed. Originally 12 units were given to the Ukrofascists. The Ukrainian military sold 2 French CAESAR (self-propelled Howitzers) to the Russian Forces for a bargain price of US$120,000 each. Their usual sale price is in the vicinity of 7 million USD each.

Two mercenary groups managed to escape the Lisichansk cauldron but were intercepted on the outer perimeter. All 25 of them were liquidated. The operational sites where they were located have been torched by the Ukrofascists. Our forensic teams are now evaluating their former locations. The previous night (5.7.22) 850 mercenaries crossed over the Polish border into Poland. Polish mercenaries attempted to break through the Nikolaevka cauldron in an attempted counterattack, 100 mercenaries were liquidated. In another event a mercenary training facility in the Nikolaevka region and gatherings of mercenaries were destroyed. While offloading equipment, two battalions, 20 armoured vehicles and 80 reactive multiple rocket launchers were destroyed. Two large ammunitions dumps were struck and destroyed, it must of taken them weeks to accumulate.

In another altercation on 6.7.22 in the Lisichansk region (near Rovnaya) 40 mercenaries of various nationalities (US, Canadian, Argentinian, Brazilian but mostly Polish) were captured, an additional 18 wounded, the corpses are still being counted. The Chechens flushed them out and the Cossacks overwhelmed them – we make a hell of team. The first 3 mercs to be tried are facing the death penalty I believe these ones will too.

In a separate event while using a Javelin to strike an RF tank, the US mercenaries applying these weapons destroyed themselves. There were American survivors, they are now enjoying RF hospitality while being treated for their injuries. Upon entering Lisichansk we were able to access an SBU strong box, within it we uncovered interesting information. A portion of it revealed that there were still another 30 Australian mercenaries active in the region. The information was detailed revealing significant personnel information about them. On the 6.7.22 an Australian mercenary was captured; he is wounded and is being treated by RF medics. I believe my men have all of his personnel details, these will be made public in due course.

In August, Russia, China and Iran are planning a major military exercise in Latin American, focusing on Venezuela. Latin American countries seek to strengthen ties with Russia, China and Iran. While Nicaragua extended its military agreement with Russia. In parallel China continued to promote the “China Belt and Roads” initiative in the region. Syria has given preliminary consent to participate in the international war crimes tribunals to be held in the DPR, naturally, to be attended by the LPR.

The German, Swiss and French now have the added problem of acquiring fertiliser for their agricultural sector. Until recently these countries imported 80% of their fertiliser from Belarus/Russia. Lukashenko (Belarus) has lost all interest in supporting these countries and has ceased hydrocarbon transits thru Belarus to the pre-Baltic states. Belarus now exports its high-quality agricultural produce to friendly countries such as a produce Syria, Iran and India.

The Ukrainians have shelled Belarus and in return I expect that Ukraine will soon be fighting on two fronts. The Belarus border is located 70klm from Kiev, easily within firing range. Theoretically we could take Kiev very quickly. I just hope their civilians depart the city while they are still able. We have destroyed the majority of roads and rail links along the western Ukrainian borders. The Ukrainian supply lines are seriously constrained. Our TU-122 high level targeting equipment is able to highlight the targets for our long-range weaponry. The bulk of fuel in the Ukraine is dedicated to the military as a result Zelensky’s is considering resurrecting steam trains for general use.

Budding NATO cadets Switzerland and Finland are expected to lose US$3 billion annually following their ill-considered actions. They have lost the use of the Russian waterway (canal transport system established by Peter the Great) previously under lease to them, additionally they have lost access to Russian timber, hydrocarbons, aluminium, tin etc. Lavrov confirmed this today. As of 7.7.22 all visa free travel for the Finish has been terminated, no more cheap vodka. My understanding is that they have started to cut into scrap their own railway lines which they are sending to EU smelters. These railway lines were originally manufactured in Russia and are a high-quality steel. This is unlikely to last as the Germans “Marten Ovens” require Russian gas to function.

Belarus has stopped rail transit through its country to the pre-Baltic states and cut the electricity supply by a third. The hydrocarbon flow to Germany has been reduced by 85%, they now need to decide what systems they will shut down and what they will continue to feed. Some of the largest German manufactures are heavily dependent on Russian hydrocarbons. The loss of hydrocarbon supply will negatively impact the production of glass, tyres etc. It was announced today that the German glass industry has stopped working. I feel for the poor Germans that will be loosing their jobs as it’s a hard place to survive without an income.

The German media has acknowledged that if the flow of hydrocarbons in the Nord Stream is reduced to 15% then Germany will be running on empty by October. In the unlikely event the Germans start to import ridiculously overpriced US hydrocarbons into Poland, and hence Germany, there will be nothing left by November. Even if they flip on fossil fuels and revert to coal, their primary suppliers are the likes of Australia and Africa, it will be a case of too little too late. The cheapest and closest provider of coal was previously Donbass in the Ukraine. I believe there is only one hydrocarbon terminal in Germany that could be converted to use non-Russian gas. The other terminals do not have this option as gas plants are generally built to suit a particular type of hydrocarbon. It is not a case of one size fits all. Rail transportation in Estonia has dropped by 60% and they are assigning blame to the sanctions. They not in a position to seek out new partnerships as Russia will likely block transit.

Lithuania and Poland are to convene 8.7.22 for high level talks to discuss the Suwalki Gap, a 65 klm long land corridor located between both countries that provides access to Russia’s Kaliningrad. This is a choke point of significant strategic and military importance.

In Moldavia the people are rising up against the NATO-biased government, insisting on their removal. The fuel price there is up 3-fold. All things are becoming excessively expensive and beyond the reach of the common people. I believe that the Moldavian people whom have no inclination to enter a conflict with Russia, will get their way.

Phase I has been completed Donetsk and Lugansk republics are now free of the Ukrofascists. Progress is being made in the Kharkov region, it’s just a matter of time before it is liberated. We are now considering our next steps for phase II of the special operation. On the 6.7.22 under Kharkov the RF pushed through the Ukrainian lines past two Ukrainian fighting forces while the enemy was regrouping and distracted. The RF managed to move 20 tanks and 20 armoured personnel carriers into positions surrounding the enemy. In the morning the Ukrofascists found themselves surrounded, another cauldron 20 klm in diameter. The Ukrainian fortifications in the area were levelled, an ammunition dump destroyed, and a small oil well destroyed. In another region the Ukrainian terra-defence comprising 130 men surrendered.

I note that the Ukrainian RADA are now wishing that they had proceeded differently with Russia. So much so that they are now talking about letting Russia keep that which they have liberated and calling the remainder Kievksy-Russ. I think they are adapting this philosophical approach before the country Ukraine disappears off the world map. The primary NATO have given Zelensky 6 weeks to retake the Ukraine using that which he has already been given and failing that then no more support will be offered. Macron is the first to announce that they will not be offering any more weapons to the Ukraine. Hungary stated that no more weapons transfers via hungry will be permitted.

The Ukrofascists in their extraordinarily hasty retreat left behind countless armaments and weaponry as well as food packages. We are handing out the majority of the inflation proof and free of charge food packages to the local communities. Many are thankful to the NATO countries for these provisions. I note the German sausages are very popular, they store well and will help the people survive the coming winter.

Today 7.7.22 the Russian Ministry of Defence stated that it has undeniable proof that the Americans were creating and using biological weapons against Russia, its people and its agriculture and were also experimenting on Ukrainians. The proof will be submitted to the UN. Metabiota is guilty beyond any reasonable doubt. This gives Russia undeniable grounds to announce war on America. Boris Johnson submitted his resignation today, perhaps it’s a case of the rats leaving the sinking ship ahead of time.

China stated today that if the US does not depart the Taiwanese waters, then they may end up in a position where they will never leave. They also said that if the American currency isn’t backed by gold or natural resources then it has no value and “we the Chinese play the long game with our Russian partners”. My understanding is that some African countries have chased out the French from the African resources sector and the locals are now asking for the Russians to step in.

Two Japanese corporations own 22% of the Sakhalin II oil and gas project. In response to Japan’s hostility towards Russia, the Russian government set new terms and conditions for the project’s investors, transferring the asset into a new corporate structure that will be managed by a new operator. Forty percent of the hydrocarbons used by Japan originates in Russia and without these Japan will stop. As such Japan was given the option to continue under new obligations or sayonara. The Japanese have capitulated and agreed to all of the conditions issued to them by Russia, they will now pay for the hydrocarbons in rubbles and all disputes will be settled in the Russian courts. One of the conditions is that Japan will drop all sanctions against Russia to which I believe they have agreed. Japan and accepted the new conditions with haste. The Japanese will now pay for all Russian products in rubbles. I believe south Korea will go the same way.

The Japanese have acknowledged that they want to start a relationship with Russia anew and rekindle some of the projects previously discussed. One of these is the bridge linking Russia to Sakhalin, a span of approximately 4.7 klm.

I am hearing whispers that the French are discussing exiting NATO, and the Turks are of the same mind set. Erdogan is of the opinion that if the Swiss and Finish do not hand over the Kurds that he has requested then NATO will become a bad memory. The Turks are not supporting the transit of Russian vessels laden with grain through the strait. These vessels will deliver grain to India.

The Germans continue to stockpile firewood in preparation of the hydrocarbon supply lines going into scheduled maintenance, while Trudeau sits on the Siemens turbines, refusing to release them to Russia. This would be in the interest of his EU partners and their people, in their time of need. Klaus Schwab’s puppet serves him well.

I see that the issues plaguing the US continue to worsen and that both sides of the American congress are dissatisfied. Biden continues to assign blame on the Russian President for all of Americans issues: higher fuel prices, inflation at 40-year highs. This is peculiar as the US halted the import of Russian hydrocarbons voluntarily and has forgotten that the Ukraine accounts for only 5% of the overall global grain exports. Perhaps Joe should reach out to his superior Mr Putin and ask for direction, he appears to need it.

What continues to amaze us is the extent that these NATO-aligned countries are willing to hurt themselves and their civilian population in a lame attempt to punish Russia. As a wise man once said “better a bad peace than a good war”.