Russian bombing kills at least two in Kramatorsk

cover image: Rescue workers try to pull people out of the rubble after a Russian missile hit a residential building in Kramatorsk, eastern Ukraine, on February 1, 2023. Pavlo Kirilenko / via Reuters

  • A new Russian offensive is being prepared for February 24, a year after Russia invaded Ukraine., Defense Minister of Ukraine Oleksiy Reznikov, assured the guest on the set of BFM-TV. according to him, “Russia preparing very seriously for offensive and mobilizing 500,000 men”.
  • Vladimir Putin will visit Volgograd on Thursday to celebrate 80I Anniversary of the Soviet victory over the Nazis at Stalingrad.
  • The European Union wants to train 30,000 Ukrainian soldiers to help their country face Russian aggression. This new objective will be formally announced at a summit Ukraine-European Union Scheduled for Kyiv on Friday. This summit with the Twenty-Seven is an important step, several months after Ukraine gained official candidate status for EU membership.
  • Russia warned Israel on Wednesday against possible arms supplies to Ukraine, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that his country was considering military aid to Ukraine. “I’m definitely looking into it”, he said on CNN. Mr. Netanyahu has also offered to mediate if the belligerents and Washington ask him to.
  • Ukraine has launched a wave of anti-corruption searches Targeting the administration, civil servants and personalities, officials ensure that the fight against embezzlement is a priority in the context of the war effort and Western aid. The European Union has made it a prerequisite for the country’s integration into its ranks.
  • Russian journalist sentenced to eight years in prison for allegedly broadcasting “fake news”. Reporter in exile found guilty of broadcasting after start of Russian invasion of Ukraine “fake news” on social networks regarding the bombing of a maternity ward in Mariupol, for which Moscow denies responsibility.

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