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Ukraine president, Zelenskeyy

Russia ‘will pay for the famine in Soviet-era, Ukraine says

The head of Ukraine’s presidential administration, Andriy Yermak, stated that Russia would “pay” for the Soviet-era famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in the winter of 1932-1933 and would “answer for today’s crimes.”

After suffering extensive infrastructure damage from Russian military strikes, Ukraine is working to restore electricity and water services.

Ukraine’s Leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy expressed in excess of 6,000,000 families in the nation were as yet impacted by power cuts.

Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary general of NATO, said that the Western military alliance would not change its support for Kyiv.

Ukraine president, Zelenskeyy
Ukraine president, Zelenskeyy

Zelenskyy hosted a gathering on food security and exports

Zelenskyy hosted an international summit to discuss food security and agricultural exports. Zelenskyy hosted the summit in Kyiv with the prime ministers of Belgium, Poland, and Lithuania, as well as the president of Hungary.

He addressed a panel, flanked by his chief of staff and prime minister, to open the summit.

The speeches given by French President Emmanuel Macron and the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, were recorded and broadcast.

Katalin Novak, the president of Hungary, shared a photo of the summit attendees and wrote, “arrived upon the invitation of Ukraine’s President Zelenskyy to Kyiv.”We help where it’s needed!

According to the Russian news agency TASS, citing Moscow’s defense ministry, nine Russian prisoners of war were released as part of a prisoner exchange with Ukraine.

Power is reestablished in Kherson

On the messaging app Telegram, the deputy head of the presidential administration of Ukraine, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, wrote, “First we are supplying power to the city’s critical infrastructure and then immediately to household consumers.”

Since November 11, when Ukrainian forces reclaimed the city, Kherson has been without power, central heating, or running water.

Not long after Russia attacked Ukraine on February 24, Russian soldiers took the territorial capital.

In the past six days, the head of the local administration stated on Friday that 35 people had been injured and 15 had died.

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Tadese Faforiji

I am Tadese Faforiji, a history student of the prestigious Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State- 21st-century University, properly called. I am a blogger and an avid writer.