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- At the end of Tuesday’s pro-kyiv conference in Paris, Representatives of forty-eight countries and twenty-four international organizations have pledged more than 1 billion euros to Ukraine.Including already earmarked for energy sector to help 415 million people survive the winter.
- Another meeting between the Ukrainian delegation and French companies was held at the Ministry of Finance on Tuesday. Sign contracts for supply of rails, bridges and seeds.
- After much hesitation, The US is finally ready to respond positively to Kyiv’s urgent request and supply Patriot missile batteries to the Ukrainian military., US media reported on Tuesday, citing unidentified officials. Patriots are weapons that can effectively participate in countering Russian attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructure.
- Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmytro Kuleba estimated on Tuesday that Russia could launch a large-scale attack on Ukraine in January or February 2023.. The minister assured that his country is doing everything possible to thwart these plans.
- On Tuesday, the Kremlin rejected the Ukrainian peace planHe responded that Kyiv must cede territories it claims annexed by Russia before any diplomatic negotiations. Fighting and shelling continuesEspecially in Kramatorsk, whose city and industrial zone were hit the same day, according to Ukrainian officials.
- He addressed the New Zealand Parliament via video. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has appealed for help in clearing landmines and other unexploded ordnance in his country. It spoils 174,000 square kilometers of Ukrainian territory, an area equivalent to Cambodia or Uruguay.
- The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) will send missions “to protect” Five nuclear power plants in Ukraine, including ZaporizhiaOccupied by the Russian army, Ukrainian Prime Minister Denis Simihal underlined this after a meeting in Paris with the organization’s boss, Raphael Grosi.
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