Direct war in Ukraine: Zhelensky says May 17 bombing of a Ukrainian base killed 87 people.


Russia is considering a peace plan proposed by Italy

Russia’s Deputy Foreign Minister Andrei Rudenko has been quoted by Russian agents as saying that Russia has received and is examining a peace plan proposed by Italy. “Once we’ve finished reading it, we’ll tell you what we think about it,” he added. Italian Foreign Minister Luigi de Mayo Announced that his country had proposed to the UN the creation of an “international facilitation group” to try to achieve a “gradual” ceasefire in Ukraine.



Ukrainian First Lady Speaks at WHO

The Ukrainian first lady Olena Zhelenska In a speech to the WHO in the form of a plea for mental health, he condemned the “unimaginable horrors” caused by Russian forces in Ukraine. Currently, he stressed, “No Ukrainian, adult or child, can be sure that he will wake up tomorrow and that a missile will not fly into his house.” He also spoke about the long-term consequences of war, especially mental health, and the challenge his country would like to face with WHO support.

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A Russian bomb blast on May 17 killed at least 87 people

According to Volodymyr Zhelensky, 87 people were killed in a Russian attack on a Ukrainian military base on May 17. “Today, 87 people are killed under the rubble at Tesna. 87 bodies, killed, “said Ukrainian President Vladimir Putin, who spoke by video conference at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos (Switzerland).


Russian soldier Vadim Sichimarin has been sentenced to life in prison for war crimes


232 children were killed

The Ukrainian state prosecutor says 232 children have been killed and 431 children injured or wounded since the conflict began in Ukraine. Most children are affected, especially in the Donetsk region (145), kyiv region (116) or Kharkiv region. On May 21, a 7-year-old girl was injured in a Russian shelling attack on the village of Molodetske in the Kherson region. Russian shelling and attacks on Ukrainian cities, towns and villages damaged 1,837 educational institutions. 172 of them are completely extinct.



Zhelensky speaks at the Davos Forum

“Russia has become a state of war crimes,” says the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zhelensky At the Davos Economic Forum. “We have set a historic example by our courage. We do not listen to those who say we will not be patient, ”he said.



EU fiscal rules are still suspended until 2023

Budget rules imposed on EU countries – not used since March 2020 – Suspended in 2023 due to economic shock War in Ukraine, Reports the European Commission. “Increased uncertainty in the midst of the war in Ukraine and the risk of significant recession from an economic point of view, unprecedented rise in energy prices and the current supply chain guarantees the extension of this suspension.” , European executive explains.

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What is the situation for the future?

How does conflict develop? For Bernard Gutta, an expert on MEP and geopolitics, three scenarios are on the table: either “Putin wins more than 3 square centimeters and declares a major victory” or “a kind of coup in Moscow.” The other possibility is still “pulling the war”, the deputy continues. “After three months of war, the world’s largest country (…) was only able to occupy the border with Ukraine,” he added.


Tolkien sells its operations in Russia

Tolkien, an EDF subsidiary specializing in energy services, announces that it will sell all of its operations in Russia to local authorities.

“Currently in Russia since 2016, Tolkien has carried out a limited operation there, with annual revenues of less than மில்லியன் 5 million,” the company said in a statement.

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Attack on health groups in Ukraine

The World Health Organization (WHO) lists a total of 248 attacks on health services in Ukraine, listing the latest “about thirty” in the country. The organization has condemned the attacks, which have killed 75 people and wounded 59 others since February 24, the day Russia invaded Ukraine.



Still returning to the country

According to the governor City of Liv, Maksym Kozytskyi, the number of people returning to Ukraine in the last 24 hours and more important than the departure. The local select officer reports 32,000 departures and 44,000 returns during his daily renewal.



An apocalyptic landscape in Mariupol

Mariupol Martyr City, Recently captured by the Russian army, Provided a devastating landscape with the corpses of burned buildings in several neighborhoods. The three-month fighting sent hundreds of thousands of people by plane and left an unknown but undoubtedly enormous number of dead in this port city of more than half a million people before the war.

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Biden says Russia must pay a ‘long-term’ price

According to US President Joe Biden, Russia must pay a “long-term” price for its occupation of Ukraine. “This is not just about Ukraine,” the Tokyo-based head of state insisted. Because, “If the sanctions are not maintained in many respects, what signal will be sent to China about the cost of trying to seize Taiwan by force?” He wondered.

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New Zealand is to provide military assistance to Ukraine

Prime Minister of New Zealand Jacintha Artern Announces that its country will send about 30 soldiers to the United Kingdom to train Ukrainian soldiers, especially to assist in the use of L119 light guns. “Throughout Russia’s attack on Ukraine, we were very clear that such a blatant attack on innocent lives and the sovereignty of another country was a mistake,” he stressed.



Boris Johnson pays tribute to the “courage” of Ukrainian children

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson paid tribute to the “courage” of Ukrainian children in a letter to them. The Independent. The head of government initially said it was “sad” not to see young people on the streets and in parks in Que. He visited the capital last month. “Every day, Ukrainian children are taught to be strong and dignified, to raise their heads even in the most difficult times. I can not think of a better role model for children and adults everywhere,” he said.

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The expected verdict in the first war crimes trial

In Kiev, judgment First war crimes trial Must be returned by Monday. A 21-year-old Russian soldier is accused of killing a 62-year-old citizen who was pushing his bike over the phone. During interrogation last week, Vadim Sichimarine said he was “truly sorry” and “apologized” to the victim’s widow, justifying his action by “orders” obtained at the time. The prosecutor demanded a life sentence.

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A mayor, founded by Moscow, was injured in an explosion in Enercode

The mayor of the southern Ukrainian city of Enkorod, founded by Moscow, who runs the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, was injured in the blast, a Ukrainian official said.

Andrei Shevchik was appointed mayor after Russian troops seized control of the city Zaporizhia Atomic Power Station Located in its territory. Dmitro Orlov, elected mayor of Enercode, notes that he and his bodyguards were hospitalized with “injuries of varying severity.” The circumstances of the explosion need to be further clarified.

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More than 100 million people are displaced worldwide

“100 million is startling, anxious and sober. This is a number that will never be reached. ” High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grande said.

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In the fire “around the clock” from Chevroletonetsk Moscow

The situation is becoming “increasingly difficult” for Ukrainians in Donbass. “All Russian forces are concentrated in the Lukansk and Donetsk regions,” according to Sergei Keidan, governor of the Lukansk region. As well as the weapon. Its main point Battle of Donbass, Subject to fire “24 hours” from Moscow in the Lvovsk region, the governor was outraged. “They use burnt earth tricks, they deliberately destroy the city,” aerial bombardment, multiple rocket launchers, motors or tanks firing on buildings, he added.



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