Gerson: Hospital patients evacuated
In Ukraine, patients were evacuated from Kherson hospitals due to “continuous Russian shelling,” the region’s governor said.
The German parliament will define the famine caused by the Stalinist regime in Ukraine 90 years ago as “genocide,” the “Holodomor,” a mass crime that has taken on new resonance after the Russian invasion.
A rare consensus is that the ruling coalition, made up of the SPD, the Greens and the liberal FDP, joined by the conservative opposition CDU-CSU, will adopt the resolution on Wednesday in the lower house of parliament, the Bundestag.
New British aid
British Foreign Secretary James Wisely visited Ukraine on Friday, where he met with President Volodymyr Zelensky and announced new aid to the Ukrainians “in their fight”. During British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak’s visit, six days later, he announced 24 additional ambulances and an additional £3 million to help rebuild the infrastructure.
Obstacles are Occidentals
Economist Agathe Demarais of the Economist Intelligence Unit says the effect of Western sanctions against Russia is becoming undeniable.
POUTINE FOR MOTHERS OF RUSSIAN SOLDIERS
Vladimir Putin said he “shares the pain” of the mothers of slain Russian soldiers and called on them not to believe “lies” about the attack in Ukraine.
The number of losses suffered by the Ukrainian army on the Russian side between February 24 and November 25.
Help from Paris and Europe
Quai d’Orsay has announced that it will send 100 electricity generators to Romania for Ukraine. The country faces several power cuts orchestrated by the Russians.
kyiv in the dark
Nearly half of Kiev residents were still without power on Friday, two days after Russian strikes targeted essential infrastructure, the capital’s mayor Vitaly Klitschko said on Telegram: “A third of Kiev’s homes are already warm and experts continue to restore it. The capital. Half of consumers are still without power.” .
In the suburbs of Kherson, an orphanage welcomed about fifty children. Since then, some of them were taken by the Russians to the Mykolayiv region or Crimea. Others were covered by the orphanage. Report.
TF1/LCI Images: Orphanage that hid children from RussiansSource: TF1 information
A destination hospital near Saporigia
According to regional governor Oleksandr Staruk, Russian attacks damaged a hospital in Zaporizhia overnight. “The enemy attacked Zaporizhzhia suburbs again. This time the rockets hit near the hospital. Fortunately, no one was injured, the same building can not be said. Dozens of broken windows “, announced this night manager, Telegram.
To preserve Ukrainian heritage, the International Council of Museums has issued an “Urgent Red List of Cultural Objects at Risk”. According to UNESCO, 217 cultural sites were damaged in Ukraine from February 24 to November 18.
British support in Ukraine
British Foreign Secretary James arrived in Kyiv today for talks with the brilliant Volodymyr Zelensky. In particular, the UK will send 24 ambulances, including 6 armored vehicles, and 11 other emergency vehicles to Ukraine, the BBC reported.
London wants to fund up to 3 million pounds ($3.6 million) in Ukraine to rebuild damaged infrastructure and support victims of sexual assault.
82 billion dollars for war
According to Forbes Ukraine magazine, Russia has spent $82 billion on the war against Ukraine since February 24, a quarter of its annual budget. Thus, Forbes calculated that Moscow used 10,000 to 50,000 shells per day during the war, with the average cost of a Soviet-caliber shell being about $1,000. That brings Russian spending on artillery supplies alone to $5.5 billion.
Ukraine in the dark
“It’s a question of strength, resilience, knowing who is strong,” he underlined in an interview with the Financial Times, with fifteen regions facing problems with water and electricity supply.
“The electricity situation is difficult in all regions. However, we are gradually moving away from the cuts, reconnecting electricity to new consumers every hour,” the President said. Authorities are working to repair energy infrastructure to resupply millions of Ukrainians without heat and light as winter sets in.
“We must continue to stand”, Lance V. Zelensky
“We have endured nine months of total war and Russia has not found a way to break us. That will not happen. We must continue to hold our ground,” Volodymyr Zelensky said in his evening speech.
“Only the liberation of our land and reliable security guarantees for Ukraine can protect our people from any expansion of Russia,” he added, according to The Kyiv Independent. “For this we work every day with our partners”.
Four people died in Kherson
At least four people were killed and 10 wounded Thursday in Russian shelling of the southern Ukrainian city of Kherson, where Moscow troops withdrew two weeks ago, the governor said. “The Russian invaders opened fire on the residential area using several rocket launchers. A large building caught fire,” Yaroslav Yanushevich, head of the Kherson military administration, said in a telegram. In addition, six people died and 30 were injured in Vyshgorod, near Kew.
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