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    Over 6,000 Luhansk residents escape from terrorists via humanitarian corridor
    Aug13

    Over 6,000 Luhansk residents escape from terrorists via humanitarian corridor

    More than 6,000 people flee from the temporarily controlled by terrorists Luhansk through a humanitarian corridor, Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) Information and Analysis Center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said at a press briefing in Kyiv on Wednesday. “More than 6,000 residents of Luhansk have used the corridor,”...

    Red Cross does not know what Putin brings to Ukraine
    Aug13

    Red Cross does not know what Putin brings to Ukraine

    The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) does not have complete information about the content of a Russian convoy carrying humanitarian aid for Ukraine, and technical details of the transfer of cargo are also under development, ICRC spokesperson Andre Loersch has told Interfax-Ukraine. He said that many technical issues were still...

    Turchynov orders to publish declarations of all deputies
    Aug13

    Turchynov orders to publish declarations of all deputies

    Verkhovna Rada Chairman Oleksandr Turchynov instructed to publish declarations of all people’s deputies. The Verkhovna Rada press service informs. They explained that the Speaker has repeatedly addressed the MPs with an instruction to make their declarations public independently. “Due to the fact that not all did that, I instructed the...

    Russia suddenly changes route of ‘humanitarian aid convoy’ to Ukraine
    Aug13

    Russia suddenly changes route of ‘humanitarian aid convoy’ to Ukraine

    A “humanitarian aid convoy” from Russia to Ukraine is heading for Ukraine bypassing Kharkiv region, a Ukrinform reporter has learnt this from the press office of Kharkiv Regional State Administration on Wednesday. The “humanitarian “aid “from Russia, as it became known, will be delivered to Ukraine bypassing checkpoints in...

    Yatseniuk on ‘humanitarian aid’: Russia should better send empty trucks for terrorists
    Aug13

    Yatseniuk on ‘humanitarian aid’: Russia should better send empty trucks for terrorists

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk has said that Ukraine is able to provide the liberated areas in the Donbas with assistance even without Russian “humanitarian aid.” He said this while opening a government meeting on Wednesday, a Ukrinform correspondent reported. “The level of Russian cynicism knows no bounds. First...

    11 Ukrainian servicemen killed in Donbas over past 24 hours
    Aug13

    11 Ukrainian servicemen killed in Donbas over past 24 hours

    in the area of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) 11 servicemen have been killed over the past 24 hours, 41 more wounded, Ukrainian National Security and Defence Council (NSDC) Information and Analysis Center spokesman Andriy Lysenko said at a press briefing in Kyiv on Wednesday. “Over the past 24 hours 11 Ukrainian servicemen have been...

    ‘Putin’s convoy’ not to be let into Kharkiv region – Avakov
    Aug13

    ‘Putin’s convoy’ not to be let into Kharkiv region – Avakov

    Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov has said that the so-called “humanitarian aid convoy” from Russia will not be allowed onto the territory of Kharkiv region. He wrote this on his Facebook page. “No ‘humanitarian convoy’ from [Russian President Vladimir] Putin will be admitted through the Kharkiv region’s...

    Combat actions leave Yasynuvata without railway communications
    Aug13

    Combat actions leave Yasynuvata without railway communications

    Movement of trains via the Yasynuvata station of the Donetsk Railway was suspended due to combat actions. The press service of the railway informs. “August 12, combat operations continued on the stations of Yasynuvata, Donetsk-Pivnichna and Krynychna – all workers of stations’ structural subdivisions were evacuated,” a statement...

    Luhansk remains without electricity, water and communication
    Aug13

    Luhansk remains without electricity, water and communication

    A critical situation is preserved in Luhansk – there is no electricity, water, mobile and fixed telephone communication. The press service of the Luhansk city council informs. “For the 11th day, electricity is not supplied to the city. Yesterday, switching off of gas supply took place on the territory of the regional center, but later it...

    President may dissolve Rada in two weeks – Mahera
    Aug13

    President may dissolve Rada in two weeks – Mahera

    In accordance with applicable law, the President can decide to hold early parliamentary elections no earlier than August 27, Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission (CEC) Andriy Mahera told Ukrinform in an interview. “The President will get grounds for making such decrees no earlier than August 27. But to publish such a decree,...

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