Ukraine, the latest news. Zaporizhzhia, fear of a short interruption to the power grid. Dugina, Kyiv disappointed by the words of the Pope

Ukraine, the latest news.  Zaporizhzhia, fear of a short interruption to the power grid.  Dugina, Kyiv disappointed by the words of the Pope


Tensions are rising around the Ukrainian nuclear power plant: first the problems with connecting to the power grid, then the fires in the neighboring forests. Exchange of accusations between Moscow and Kiev. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Kuleba expresses his disappointment to the Vatican over Bergoglio’s comments after the death of Dugin’s daughter.

Zelensky to the UN: “Stop flying for nuclear blackmail, withdraw from Zaporizhzhya”
  • Great Britain’s energy bills increase up to +80%

    British citizens will see an 80% increase in annual household energy bills. This was announced by the UK’s Energy Regulatory Authority, noting that costs in October would rise from 1,971 to £3,549 a year. It is clear that the reason for the increase was the significant rise in wholesale prices of natural gas, which was brought about by the Russian war in Ukraine. A dynamic that is driving up consumer prices in economies across Europe, which depend on gas to heat homes and generate electricity.

  • Kharkiv “Two dead and three wounded in Russian attacks in the region”

    Two people were killed and three others were injured in rocket attacks in the Chuhoev and Derhachy districts of the Kharkiv region of Ukraine. The governor, Oleh Senehubov, reported on Telegram that at about 2 a.m. the Russians “launched a missile attack on the city of Chuhav, causing damage to infrastructure” and then “at about 2:30 they hit the city with a missile attack. The city of Chuhiv” al-Derhashi, “destroying a school” A woman died and a man was wounded. He adds that yesterday, the Russians bombed the Bohodokhiv and Chuhaev regions, with a budget that speaks of the death of one person and the wounding of two in the latter region.

  • Kyiv: Nine Russian attacks overnight in Dnipropetrovsk

    Russian forces launched nine attacks in the Dnipropetrovsk region of southern Ukraine last night: the head of the regional military administration, Valentin Resnichenko, wrote on Telegram, according to Ukrinform. One night with nine bombings. Three areas were exposed to enemy fire. The Russian army bombed the neighborhoods of Nikopol, Sinikov and Kryvyi Rih five times last night, using Grad (missiles) and heavy artillery,” Reznichenko wrote, noting that up to 1,000 people were left without electricity.

    Five missiles hit the Marhanets community near the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, and ten heavy artillery shells hit the nearby Chervonohryhorivka community. In addition, two villages in the Sinelnikov district were exposed to the north. Finally, Russian forces targeted the villages of Zelenodolsk and Shirok in the Kryvyi Rih region. At the moment, no injuries or casualties have been reported.

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