Ukraine As he prepares to launch a new Russian offensive against the Eastern Front, he enters the 45th Day of War. Volodymyr Zelensky (the president of Ukraine) has asked that the Russian attacks on civilians in Bucha, north, and Kramatorsk, east, be included in the international charges against the Russians responsible. Diplomatic efforts are moving toward a greater rearmament for Kyiv, while operations by the Russian Army continue on the Donbas (east), Mariupol(southeast), and Mikolaiv (“south”), and that all its military activities receive the support from cruise missiles launched against Ukraine by Moscow’s naval forces.
Dozens of humanitarian organizations including Action Against Hunger, Save the Children and Doctors of the World expressed shock on Friday for civilian deaths and victims and sexual violence against women and girls that are “observed” in different regions of Ukraine. “I will never forget the moment when I tried to leave Irpin: I was waiting on the street and they started to bomb my neighbour’s car. His father was killed instantly. Her mother and her son survived but were seriously injured,” said Olha, a senior student currently displaced in western Ukraine.
The thirteen organizations They called for an immediate cessation of hostilities and a joint declaration to “stop the killings of civilians” in Ukraine.They demanded that the conflict parties not tolerate sexual violence as such “serious violations” could amount to war crimes.
Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom announced Friday that a new military assistance package was being offered to Ukraine in an amount of about 100 million pounds (around 120 million euros). It will contain ‘Starstreak anti-aircraft and anti-tank missiles as well precision ammunition or bulletproof vests. “Putin has strengthened our resolve, sharpened our focus and forced Europe to start rearming to ensure our shared security. Johnson stated that this military support, together with our allies will help Ukraine to resist Russia’s barbaric invasion.
The new package includes 800 ‘NLAW’ anti-tank weapons, additional Javelin anti–tank systems, loitering ammunition, ‘Starstreak’ anti-aircraft rockets, and ballistic helmets as well bulletproof vests, night vision goggles, and bulletproof vests.
The expert Jason Bush analyzes for LA RAZÓN the keys to the course of the war in Ukraine.
The president of Ukraine, Volodímir Zelenski, asked this morning that the Russian attacks against civilians in Bucha and Kramatorsk days ago be part of the charges against the aggressor in court. The leader of Ukraine said that, “Like many other Russian war crime, the missile attack against Kramatorsk must also be charged in court.” Video on Telegram.