News And Information From Ukraine

Dispatches From Ukraine. Day 610.

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Khmelnytskyi Region In the last four days, Russian drones have been attacking this province. Their primary target is An active nuclear power facility on the outskirts Netishyn. Yesterday, about two dozen civilians suffered injuries. The Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelenskyy cited these attacks to emphasize the need for additional air defense systems as well as further sanctions against Russia.

Kherson region. This region has been constantly under threat Shelling By Russian troops Yesterday, guided missiles struck the town of Beryslav Two people, a teenager and a man aged 42 years old were killed. The widespread attack on critical infrastructure has resulted to persistent electricity shortages.

Dnipro River. Fighting is a way to get rid of the harmful bacteria ?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? Over the past week, there have been a number of incidents on the banks of lower Dnipro River. Ukraine has prioritized its operations in this area, establishing small bridgeheads along the East Bank that it has been controlling since the summer.


Australia has Pledged Additional military assistance of more than $20 Million to Ukraine. This aid includes equipment such as de-mining machines, portable x ray machines, 3D metal printing and anti-drone system. “3D metal printers can be used to print spare parts, while de-mining and portable x-ray equipment can provide life-saving assistance for Ukrainian personnel on the battlefield,” said Minister for Defence Industry Pat Conroy. With this further assistance, Australia’s contribution to Ukraine’s defense now amounts to some $910 million.

Germany plans to provide additional funding Funds of 195 millions will be provided to Ukraine in order to purchase additional energy supplies and ensure business survival over the coming winter. “Heat and electricity are central to the resilience of the people in Ukraine, especially with a view to the upcoming cold,” Germany’s Minister for Economic Cooperation and Development Svenja Schulze said as she welcomed her Ukrainian counterpart in Berlin on yesterday. “That’s why we’re increasing our support for Ukraine’s critical energy infrastructure.” The bulk of this funding will cover restoration of Ukraine’s power grid and the country’s gradual transition to renewable energy. The remaining donation will be used to support large and mid-sized Ukrainian businesses, allowing them better access to financial services.

Ukrainian pilots The US has started training F-16 fighter jets this week. The 162nd Wing, an Arizona Air National Guard pilot training facility that trains international trainees, oversees a basic course designed specifically for the Ukrainian Air Force. The primary goal of the course is to improve the skills and abilities of Ukrainian pilots when intercepting Russian aircrafts, drones, and missiles. “They’re very intimately familiar with how we do training of foreign military pilots,” General Michael A. Loh said. “We will train them to do the full multirole spectrum of what we can expect in their theory of conflict.” Given that the basic F-16 course takes approximately half a year, Ukrainian pilots are not expected to fly in combat until 2024.

Russia seems to be increasing its involvement in the global economy Supplementing The use of Iranian Shahed-131/136 Drones with cheaper and lighter domestically-produced variants that are harder to detect and shoot down in strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure. In the meantime, Russian factories have been supplying Ukrainian infrastructure. You can use Components imported from several EU countries are used to manufacture Kh-47M2 Kinzhals.


Artur Pridiokov, a Ukrainian educator, is among the finalists of the Global Teacher Prize for 2023. Proidakov is a Ukrainian teacher who was raised in Kadiivka and won the Global Teacher Prize Ukraine for 2021. He now teaches Ukrainian and literature at a Kyiv School. “Every conversation, every moment spent together becomes part of the important activity of a modern teacher, whose educational process is not conducted only in class, but where the lesson is a prologue to the long process of personality formation,” Proidakov has written. Proidakov, who was a teacher in the Covid-19 epidemic, developed an introduction course on Ukrainian Literature, which millions of his peers have found very useful. Proidakov is continuing to implement educational programs despite the war. Among his recent initiatives are a “Speak” course for people interested in learning Ukrainian, conversation clubs for temporarily displaced people in Ivano-Frankivsk and free webinars for Ukrainian children. Proidakov hopes eventually to return to Donbas to continue teaching language and literature “to integrate the still-occupied region into the modern life of a European country.”

By Daria Dzysiuk, Alan Sacks

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