Materials prepared by Oksana Demchyna
⠀⠀• The all-Ukrainian telethon UA-Together reports on the successful return of 215 Ukrainian servicemen among whom there are 108 Azov fighters and 124 officers. Five commanders are now in Turkey.
⠀⠀• Yesterday, as part of a large exchange of prisoners of war, nine Ukrainian border guards also returned home. Their photos are published by the State Border Guard Service.
⠀⠀• A Ukrainian football referee was released from Russian captivity. UAF President Andrii Pavelko announced the release of Dmytro Kubriak, a Ukrainian football referee and a neurosurgeon, from Russian captivity.
⠀⠀• During her speech at the UN General Assembly, British Prime Minister Liz Truss said: “New UK weapons are arriving in Ukraine as I speak – including more MLRS rockets. We will not rest until Ukraine prevails.”
⠀⠀• Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal and New Zealand’s Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern discussed a mechanism for bringing Russia’s top leadership to justice.
⠀⠀• According to the results of the study Youth Volunteering in Ukraine conducted within the USAID program Dreaming and Acting, every third young Ukrainian donates to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In addition, every second of young Ukrainians has become a volunteer.
⠀⠀• After the meeting of the G7 ministers in New York, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock announced that G7 countries will not recognize ‘referendums’ in the occupied territories of Ukraine.
⠀⠀• President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy had a meeting with Italian Defense Minister Lorenzo Guerini.
⠀⠀• According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ukrainian fighters repelled enemy attacks in the vicinity of the settlements of Kupiansk, Zaitseve and Novomykhailivka.
⠀⠀• Ukraine’s Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal met up with his Japanese colleague Kishida Fumio in New York. They discussed the safety of nuclear facilities.
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