Live – War in Ukraine: New bombings killed and wounded in Kharkiv

Ground conditions, international reactions, sanctions: the point of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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10:05 am – Ukraine: “A war nonsense in the 21st century”

“A war nonsense in the 21st century”UN Ukrainians accuse the Secretary-General of abuse during a visit to Borodianka, one of the suburbs of Q, on Thursday, when the Russians occupied the area in March.

Antonio Guterres, who is making his first visit to Ukraine since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24, released these statements to reporters in front of houses in ruins along with Ukrainian soldiers and local authority officials. “Now I imagine my family living in one of the demolished and blackened houses.”He told reporters. “I see my granddaughters running in panic. War in the 21st century is nonsense. No war in the 21st century is acceptable.”He added.

6:03 am – Belgium ready to provide 60 rehabilitation sites for patients coming from Ukraine

Belgium is set to offer Ukrainian authorities 60 seats in rehabilitation centers to accommodate patients suffering from polytrauma, including spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries or amputation. The plan, which has been verified at the federal level, is in line with kyiv’s demands in this direction, according to the Office of Public Health Minister Frank Vandenbrook on Thursday.

5:52 am – Polish PM asks EU for money to welcome refugees

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told the German newspaper Bildt that he wanted the EU to help his country financially absorb refugees from Ukraine.

Mr. Moraviki pointed out in this interview that there are about 2.5 million Ukrainian refugees in his country. “For that we have opened our doors and hearts.” But Poland needs funding for its efforts. So far, the EU has “not paid a penny” to take in refugees, Moraviki said. The Polish Prime Minister is now demanding “fair treatment” for his country.

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3:26 am – Canadian parliament condemns “genocide” against Ukrainians

Canadian lawmakers on Wednesday passed a resolution condemning Russia’s “genocidal actions against the Ukrainian people” and acknowledging that “there is clear and ample evidence of legitimate and massive war crimes and crimes against humanity.”

2:44 am – New bombings kill and injure in Kharkiv

A shelling near Kharkiv in Ukraine has killed at least three people and injured six others, local government officials said Wednesday, blaming Russia for the civilian casualties.

Regional military chief Oleg Sinekubov said the condition of two of the six wounded was “worrying”. The Russian army stationed artillery and motors. The Ukrainian military was able to inflict casualties on the Russian side, he said. However, this information cannot be verified by independent sources. In addition, Ukraine has reported several explosions in the Russian-controlled city of Gershon.

2:12 am – EU accuses Russia of gas “blackmail”, says Moscow destroys weapons supplied to kyiv

The European Union (EU) on Wednesday accused Russia of “blackmailing” gas after it shut down a “blue gold” pipeline in Poland and Bulgaria, while Moscow claimed to have destroyed a large number of Western-supplied weapons to Ukrainians.

For his part, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres arrived in Ukraine after meeting with President Vladimir Putin in the Russian capital the previous day, his first visit to the country since the start of the Russian invasion on February 24. On Thursday, he will travel to the suburbs of Q, Putsa, Irfin, and Borodiana, to see theaters of abuse perpetrated by the Ukrainians on the Russian military.

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As Western nations stepped up their efforts to arm Ukrainians against Russia, the Russian Defense Ministry said the United States and European countries were “shedding large quantities of foreign weapons and ammunition for Ukrainian forces.” Destroyed by Kalibr missiles fired from the sea at the Zaporozhye aluminum plant in southern Ukraine.

11:52 pm – London needs “courage” to deliver heavy weapons to Ukraine

British Foreign Secretary Lis Truss on Wednesday called for an increase in the supply of heavy weapons and aircraft to Ukraine, stressing that the time had come for “courage” in Russia’s face.

In a speech Wednesday evening at the Lord Mayor’s official residence in London, the British diplomat stressed that China “must play by the rules” and that “the occupiers are watching what happened in Ukraine.”

11 pm – The Ukrainian president has accused Russia of seeking to create a global price crisis

To help Ukraine, the European Commission on Wednesday proposed a one-year suspension of all tariffs on goods imported from this country into the EU. The proposal has yet to be approved by the European Parliament and the 27 member states.

“This will allow maximum support for economic activity in Ukraine and protect our national product.” In the evening President Volodymyr Zelensky welcomed.

The United Kingdom announced on Monday that it had taken such action. “The European Commission agrees to eliminate tariffs and quotas on Ukrainian exports for one year, as well as eliminate loss-selling tariffs. Adequate export of our products to the European market and the world is an anti-crisis tool. Russia is trying to provoke a global price crisis, especially in the food market. Wants to create. Ukrainian exports will help maintain market stability, which will benefit not only us, but all Europeans. “

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