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War in Ukraine

June 14th to June 17th

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Particulary positive news:

  • Five Ukrainian lessons a week have been introduced in Lithuanian schools for refugee children.

Other news:

  • French President Emmanuel Macron has acknowledged that his talks with Russian president Vladimir Putin have not vielded the desired results, but considers it necessary to continue these talks.
  • German Chancellor Olaf Scholz declares "massive support" and arms supplies to Ukraine.
  • The number of UN-confirmed civilians killed and wounded by Russian forces has exceeded 10,000.

Particulary positive news:

  • Ukraine is among the top ten countries in the
    Global Skill Report.

Other news:

  • French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi and Romanian President Klaus Johannis visited Irpin.
  • Russia' s largest gas field is on fire.
  • Ukraine will present a volunteer from Chernihiv at the Miss Universe 2022 contest.

Particulary positive news:

  • Medical trains of Ukrzaliznytsia and Doctors Without Borders transported more than 1,000 wounded, sick and their families.

Other news:

  • Due to EU sanctions, large Russian food producers have faced a shortage of cardboard for food packaging, leading to instability in supply.
  • Nord Stream gas supply to Germany reduced by 40% according to Gazprom.
  • Over the past 24hrs, Russian troops have carried out 13 strikes on 11 settlements in the Donetsk region, and civilians have been killed and wounded.

Particulary positive news:

  • In Ukraine, 377 out of 1,017 deoccupied settlements
    were demined.

Other news:

  • Ukraine and the United States signed a memorandum on
    cooperation in agriculture.
  • The EU has disconnected three more Russian banks from
  • In Germany, there are more supporters of Ukraine's
    membership in the EU than opponents.

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Am Ende steht ein Anfang

Die zweitgrößte Stadt der Ukraine war hart umkämpft. Russische Soldaten drangen bis ins Zentrum der Stadt vor. Obwohl Charkiw an vielen Stellen zerstört ist, hat die größte Druckerei der Region ihre Maschinen wieder angeworfen.

Ukraine is facing a winter energy crisis

As winter hits Ukraine, so do Russian missiles destroying the heating infrastructure.

Russia resumes rocket attacks on Ukraine, targeting the country’s energy grid

Despite the increase in their frequency, military targets have largely been excluded in favor of energy facilities and civilian infrastructure.