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According to Ukrainian officials, on the 118th day of the war in Ukraine, Moscow is increasing its shelling in the Kharkov region. For its part, the Kyiv army would hit Russian drilling platforms off the Crimea.

In summary:

– According to the Ukrainian authorities, Moscow is increasing its bombardment of the Kharkov region. It was reported that at least one person died and seven others were injured. In response, the Kremlin accuses Kiev of hitting oil rigs in Crimea.

– Russia confirmed on Monday the capture of two Americans who were fighting with the Ukrainian armed forces. Russian presidential spokesman called them “mercenaries”.

– Tensions rise between Russia and Lithuania after Vilnius decided to restrict Russian freight transport to the Russian enclave of Kaliningrad by rail.


Obtaining candidate status for EU membership: Volodymyr Zelensky insists. “In this critical week we go step by step and do everything daily so that no one doubts that Ukraine deserves its candidacy. We are proving every day that we are already part of the European Union.Volodymyr Zelensky says in a video broadcast overnight Monday through Tuesday. Twenty-Seven should decide this week whether to grant Kiev candidate status for European Union membership. The President of Ukraine, who has discussed this issue with the Prime Minister of Slovakia, hopes for a“.

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Ukrainian authorities complain of “catastrophic destruction” in Lyssychansk. Russian army mixesdevastating destructionIn Lyssychansk, a neighboring town of Sievierodonetsk in Donbass, on Tuesday warned the governor of the Luhansk region, Serhiy Haidai. On the Telegram channel, the last twenty-four hours “So hardIt was the scene of several weeks of fierce fighting for Ukrainian forces in the region. He describes the night from Monday to Tuesday: “calm before the storm“, waiting for new artillery attacks throughout the day.

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18,611 Ukrainian refugees admitted to the French school system. The number of Ukrainian refugees enrolled in French schools, colleges and high schools increased rapidly in the first weeks of the war, reaching 17,677 as of May 24, due to the mass migration caused by the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Currently, 18,611 Ukrainian refugees attend school in France, according to data released by the Ministry of Education on Tuesday. The slowdown in enrollments (and concerns 90% of women and children) as entry continues to the region can be explained by the movement of these families back to Ukraine, which is difficult for authorities to quantify at the moment.


Kyiv says more than 1,500 Ukrainian civilians are being held in Russia. Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Verechchuk announced the figure on Tuesday: More than 1,500 Ukrainian civilians would be imprisoned in Russia, particularly in Rostov or Kursk. “They’re held like captives but they shouldn’t be” condemns the leader who called for their release.


Humanitarian aid to Ukraine decreased in France. After a tremendous burst of solidarity at the start of the war, French donations to Ukraine have plummeted in recent weeks. Volunteers seize the opportunity to breathe, but fear that their country will run out of resources. Our report.


3 people died in 24 hours in the Kharkov region. Three people were killed and seven injured in the last 24 hours of Russian shelling in the Kharkov region, local governor Oleg Synegoubov said on Tuesday. It was stated that the fire, which broke out as a result of strikes at a gas processing plant in Izium, continues, and an education building in Kharkov district burned by 40 percent.


When Zelensky tried to win the heart of the African Union. Invited to speak before an intergovernmental organization for the first time this Monday, the Ukrainian president sought to bring a continent back to its cause, sometimes reluctant to take a stand against Russia. Especially in favor of Westerners. Our analysis.


Russian television now broadcasts in the Kherson region. The Russian military announced on Tuesday that it has connected the entire Kherson region to Russian television channels, which will now be accessible “Freein this region conquered by Moscow in southern Ukraine. Since falling into Russian territory, the region has been the target of an intense policy of Russification by the invaders, who imposed the ruble and began to issue Russian passports. This Tuesday, Kirill Stremoussov, one of the new pro-Russian officials of the Kherson region, confirms that this region can be annexed to Russia “before the end of the year“.


Nobel Peace Prize winner sells gold medals for Ukrainian children. Russian editor of the independent investigative newspaper Novaya Newspaper, Dmitri Muratov auctioned off his Nobel Peace Prize medal overnight Monday through Tuesday for $103.5 million for the benefit of children displaced by the conflict in Ukraine. In 2021, along with Filipino journalist Maria Ressa, the committee honored them, winning the prestigious award.for their efforts to protect freedom of expression“.