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May 23rd to May 27th

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Positive news:
>Ukraine has sufficient grain reserves to meet domestic and global demand at least until the end of 2022.
>Switzerland has provided more than 5.3 million euros in humanitarian aid to Ukraine.

Other news:
> In Vinnytsia, three streets were renamed in honor of the defenders of Ukraine.
> Russian President Vladimir Putin has stated that he is ready to unblock Ukrainian ports for food exports if the West lifts sanctions against Russia.

Other news:
> Lithuania transferred 20 M113 armored personnel carriers to Ukraine.
> Since the beginning of the full-scale Russian invasion of Ukraine, 1,918 children have disappeared.
> Mobile "zombie TV" has appeared in Mariupol - screens are being carried around the city showing pro-Russian propaganda.
> In Germany, a businessman is on trial for violating EU sanctions against Russia.

Particularly positive news:
> Google is giving 43,000 Chromebooks to Ukrainian teachers.
> Over 50,000 couples got married in Ukraine during the three months of the war.
> All metro lines will be reopened in Kharkiv on May 24.

Other news:
> US State Department announces new program to provide "evidence of Russia-perpetrated war crimes."

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