Kyiv: Russia uses cold as a weapon. The European Union buys Ukrainian wheat – Europe

Kyiv: Russia uses cold as a weapon.  The European Union buys Ukrainian wheat – Europe

“Once they wanted to destroy us with hunger, and now with darkness and cold,” says the president Zelensky Commemorating the Holodomor, the genocide caused by the famine caused by the Stalinist Union of Soviet Socialist Republics in Ukraine from 1932 to 1933, which caused several million deaths. The Prime Minister is also getting involved watermelon“Thoughts go out to the millions of Ukrainians, mostly elderly and children, who are deprived of electricity, water and heat in the middle of winter due to Russian bombing deliberately attacking civilian infrastructures.” Meanwhile, 130,000 people in Kyiv are still without electricity. The President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola, declared: Electric generators from all over Europe to power the homes of “Ukrainians” and light the night. Together we will cross the darkness caused by the Kremlin bombs.

The European Commission will pay for the shipment of 40,000 tons of Ukrainian grain via two ships. This was announced by the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, in a video message to the “Grain from Ukraine” summit organized by Kyiv to launch a homonymous initiative aimed at freeing grain shipments from Ukrainian ports to countries at risk of famine. “We are on the side of Ukraine to ensure global food security,” von der Leyen emphasized, noting that the EU executive would contribute from its own pocket “at any cost.”

Russian bombing on Wednesday cut off electricity to three Ukrainian nuclear power plantsAll safety mechanisms worked but two generators were damaged, delaying the restart of two reactors: repeated shutdowns due to attacks could have a serious impact on nuclear safety and power supplies. The Guardian newspaper reported that it quoted the head of the Ukrainian nuclear company Energoatom Petro Kotin. “Any use of scram (emergency shutdown of the reactor) could cause an accident,” Oleh Korekov, chief inspector for nuclear safety, told the Observer.

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