It has been the 343rd day of the Ukrainian resistance to the russian military aggression.
What happened in Ukraine today:
Here is operational information of the General Staff as of 6pm:
The enemy launched 2 missile (on civilian infrastructure of the settlements of Sloviansk and Kramatorsk, Donetsk oblast) and 2 air strikes. There were also 24 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems.
There remains a threat of air and missile strikes throughout Ukraine.
The enemy is actively conducting reconnaissance, in some directions preparing for an offensive. Despite heavy losses, he continues to try offensive actions towards Lyman, Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Novopavlivka.
No enemy offensive groups were found towards Volyn, Polissia, Siversk and Sloboda. At the training grounds of the republic of belarus, training of enemy troops continues. At the same time, in the border areas with Ukraine, the enemy holds certain units, and does not stop carrying out mortar and artillery shelling onUkrainian settlements, namely Klyusy and Yeline, Chernihiv oblast; Katerynivka, Vovkovka, Oleksandrivka and Volfyne, Sumy oblast and Veterinarne, Neskuchne, Ternova, Ohirtseve, Vovchansk and Budarka in Kharkiv oblast.
Towards Kupiansk, the areas of Dvorichna, Ivanivka, Kupiansk, Kyslivka, Kotliarivka, Krokhmalne and Peschane of Kharkiv oblast and Novoselivske and Stelmakhivka in Luhansk oblast were affected by fire.
Towards Lyman, the enemy shelled Nevske and Dubrova in Luhansk oblast and Terny and Serebrianka in Donetsk oblast.
Towards Bakhmut, tank and artillery shelling was carried out near Verkhniokamianske, Spirne, Bilohorivka, Vesele, Bakhmut, Ivanivske, Stupochky, Druzhba and Niu York of Donetsk oblast.
Towards Avdiivka, Avdiivka, Pervomaiske, Nevelske, Krasnohorivka, Heorgiivka, Marinka and Novomykhailivka came under enemy fire.
Towards Novopavlivka, Vuhledar, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka, Velyka Novosilka and Neskuchne of Donetsk oblast were shelled.
Towards Zaporizhzhia, more than 20 settlements came under fire, in particular, Vremivka of Donetsk oblast and Poltavka, Malynivka, Huliaipole, Charivne and Novodanylivka in Zaporizhzhia obllast.
Towards Kherson, artillery shelling was carried out by the city of Kherson, as well as Dmytrivka in Mykolaiv oblast.
The enemy continues to use civilian infrastructure in the temporarily occupied territory for its own purposes. The city hospital of Dniprorudne, Zaporizhzhia oblast, is used by the russian occupiers as a military hospital. Medicines and surgeons were brought from the russian federation.
Russian invaders continue to put pressure on Ukrainian citizens and violate human rights. In Starobysk, Luhansk oblast, the russian occupation authorities force people to send children over the age of 6 to a kind of Cossack-cadet corps for allegedly ‘proper patriotic education’. People who refuse to send their children to the specified corps are threatened with deprivation of parental rights.
Units of the rocket forces and artillery of the Defense Forces of Ukraine hit 3 buildups of manpower and a control point of the occupiers.
Head of the Security Service of Ukraine Vasyl Malyuk announces large-scale operational and investigative measures carried out. These measures are aimed at fighting the internal enemy. The SBU promises to gradually inform the public about the results of investigative actions in the coming days.
The Government of Ukraine reports that Acting Head of the State Customs Service Vyacheslav Demchenko was dismissed from his post. Deputy Oleksandr Shutsky and acting head of the State Tax Service, Tetiana Kiriienko, were also dismissed. Earlier it was reported about conducting searches at the management of the capital’s tax service.
Recent war events in the east of Ukraine
Yesterday, the invaders continued to shell the border settlements in Chuhuiv, Kharkiv and Kupiansk regions.
Yesterday, Shypuvate village in the Kupiansk region was hit by two S-300 missiles. The missiles hit the ground near the House of Culture. There were no casualties.
In Dvorichna settlement, Kupiansk region, the shelling broke windows in one of the buildings of the State Emergency Service and damaged a rescue vehicle.
There has been no increase in russian military presence in Kharkiv oblast. On the contact line, the Armed Forces of Ukraine securely hold their positions and are fighting with russian invaders.
Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, reported that at 7:30 am, the enemy fired on Kupiansk once again. A 60-year-old man was injured and was hospitalized with shrapnel wounds as a result of the shelling.
The press service of the Kharkiv regional prosecutor’s office informed that a 66-year-old man was injured as a result of an MRLs attack on Zamist village, Kupiansk region, at around 10 am.
Rescuer’s spokesman, Yevhen Vasylenko, said that for the third day in a row, rescuers have been removing the remains of a woman killed due to the russian attack on a residential building from the rubble of a building on Myronosytska Street. On February 1, the State Emergency Service was operating on the roof and upper floors of the destroyed part of the building.
According to the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, yesterday, communities in Kharkiv oblast received humanitarian aid – 9 powerful generators. On behalf of the head of Kharkiv Regional Military Administration Oleh Syniehubov, the generators were distributed among Chuhuiv, Izium and Kharkiv regions and Kharkiv city. The aid was provided by the German Federal Agency for Technical Assistance.
The enemy does not stop its offensive towards Bakhmut and Lyman. They suffer heavy losses. They also conduct unsuccessful offensives towards Avdiivka and Novopavlivka.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, yesterday Defence Forces units repelled enemy attacks near Bakhmut, Blahodatne, Klishchiivka, Krasna Hora, Paraskoviivka, Rozdolivka, Spirne and Yampolivka settlements.
Referring to the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, yesterday russian troops attacked the region 18 times. Ten settlements were shelled with Grads, Smerches, artillery, mortars and tanks. In total, russians killed 4 residents and injured 6 more.
Towards Volnovakha, Novoukrainka and Vuhledar were under attack. The day before, Russians launched a missile attack on the Komar community, damaging 5 buildings in Shevchenko, and there were hits in Burlatske, without casualties.
Towards Donetsk, Dachne of the Kurakhove community was shelled and there were isolated attacks on Avdiivka and the Marinka community – no casualties.
Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, informed that towards Horlivka, 2 people were killed in Bakhmut and 6 others injured. Russians intensively shelled Paraskoviivka of the Soledar community, Fedorivka, Rozdolivka and Vasiukivka of the Chasiv Yar community.
Russian troops shelled Kramatorsk and Sloviansk. Russians hit a cemetery in Kramatorsk with a missile. In Sloviansk, a private enterprise was hit. There were no casualties.
Since the start of russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, the Donetsk Regional police have defused about 3,500 pieces of ammunition, including more than three hundred missiles, aircraft bombs, air- and ground-launched missiles. On January 31, pyrotechnics defused two hundred Grad minition at once.
On January 31, towards Kupiansk, the enemy fired at the positions of our troops near Kovalivka and Novoselivske.
Towards Lyman, Chervonopopivka, Dibrova, Kreminna, Nevske and Novoiehorivka were under russian attack.
Yesterday aviation of the Defence Forces launched 9 attacks on enemy buildups and 2 attacks on the positions of its anti-aircraft missile systems.
The Luhansk Regional Military Administration informed that rocket and artillery men hit 13 areas of enemy manpower build-ups, 1 control point and 1 ammunition depot.
The enemy does not stop offensive actions towards Bakhmut and Lyman and continues to suffer losses. There are heavy hostilities near Kreminna and Svatove – so far, russians have not gathered manpower there. However, they regularly bring equipment and personnel.
Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, stated that the mobilization in the occupied territories reminds of repressive actions from Russians – they grab you and send you straight to the front. The invaders realize that the more they mobilize in Luhansk oblast, the fewer russians will die.
The so-called ‘Luhansk People’s Republic’ is raising the retirement age to 65. The pension amount will be the same for a certain category of pensioners. At the same time, the law, which came into force in russia on January 1, 2019, sets the retirement age at 65 for men and 60 for women.
In frontline settlements, food products cost on average twice as much as in other settlements. Although there is a ‘state committee for rate and price regulation’ in the so-called ‘LPR’.
In order to deprive the population of an opportunity to sell hryvnia, the invaders organize raids on currency exchange offices. By blocking the ability to buy goods for hryvnia, they first forced locals to exchange hryvnias for rubles. Therefore Russians decided to block the currency exchangers in order to increase the dependence of residents on occupation payments.
Referring to the Luhansk RMA, the invaders have set up another military hospital near Novoivanivka. About 100 russian soldiers are being treated there. Doctors usually underestimate the severity of injuries and do not note them in medical records. After providing minimal assistance, they send them to the front line.
The de-occupied Nevske received humanitarian aid: electric generators, gas heaters and gas containers. This became possible thanks to the support of the UKRAINE POWER charitable foundation.
What is happening now in the north of Ukraine
Federal President of Austria Alexander Van der Bellen arrived on a working visit to Kyiv, where he met with President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to discuss energy, economy, development of Ukrainian communities, and humanitarian cooperation between Ukraine and Austria. The President of Austria also visited the mass burial site of murdered and tortured Ukrainians in Bucha and visited school No. 3, the roof of which was repaired thanks to Austria’s help.
The Vice President of the German Bundestag, Kathryn Göring-Eckardt, arrived in Kyiv to study the humanitarian situation in Ukraine. She announced on Twitter: “… Ukrainians defend their country and our common freedom. I admire their courage. In the coming days, we would like to get an idea of the recovery, the humanitarian situation and the difficult everyday life on the ground.”
The Kyiv City State Administration reported that Mayor of Kyiv Vitalii Klychko met with the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Matsudo Kuninori and the First Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ireland to Ukraine Teresa Gilley. Further support and assistance to Kyiv and Ukraine was discussed.
Heads of border services of Ukraine and Lithuania met in Kyiv. As reported in the SBGS, Serhii Deineko and Rustamas Lyubayevas discussed cooperation taking into account Ukraine’s course towards European and Euro-Atlantic integration. The Ukrainian military briefed colleagues on the situation on the contact line, interaction with the Security and Defense Forces, and the situation in the border regions.
Makariv city Head Vadym Tokar reported that the Norwegian Refugee Council in Ukraine (NRC) launched a project to restore housing in the Makariv community. The Norwegians assist in repairing houses that have suffered insignificant and moderate damage.
The Bucha City Council informed that philanthropists and sister cities help restore the city. Charitable foundations of Austria help with the repair of damaged educational institutions. 11 destroyed buildings on Vokzalna Street, where a column of russian military equipment was destroyed on February 27, are being rebuilt. Bucha receives generators and fuel from sister cities to keep the city’s infrastructure running even in the absence of electricity.
Modular houses are being installed in the Dymer community for residents who lost their homes as a result of the full-scale russian invasion. The initiator of the project is the public organization My House. Philanthropists have installed about 100 houses in Kyiv oblast, another two hundred are planned to be installed this year.
The Kyiv City Council reported that thanks to the government of Taiwan, Kyiv received four more high-power generators. Autonomous systems will be involved in powering city facilities.
Zhytomyrgaz reported that since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the gas distribution company has been actively helping the military. During this period, the company allocated UAH 3 million to support Ukrainian defenders, and 72 employees are currently in the ranks of the Armed Forces.
Zhytomyr Mayor Serhii Sukhomlyn announced that they plan to allocate funds from the city budget to dismantle Lyceum No. 25, which was bombed by the russians. The Zhytomyr city government signed a memorandum of cooperation with the international charity fund “savED” and the Small Academy of Sciences of Ukraine to develop the strategy, concept and educational programs for Lyceum No. 25.
Students, parents and teachers of Zhytomyr Lyceum No. 28 collected UAH 70 K to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Two metal detectors for sappers and a drone for the military of the 55th brigade were handed over. Volunteers also bought paraffin for making trench candles.
The Sumy RMA reported that an industrial building of one of Shostka’s enterprises was hit, probably with a missile, which resulted in an explosion. There is destruction, two civilians are hospitalized. At night, the enemy UAV dropped 2 VOG on the territory of the Krasnopillia community.
The Sumy Regional Government reported that the border towns of Sumy oblast came under enemy shelling again. There were a total of 68 strikes. An enterprise and a non-residential premises were damaged, and two civilians injured.
The Sumy RMA reported that thanks to cooperation with the Emergency Response Coordination Center of the General Directorate of European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations, the Sumy RMA received 350 heat guns with a capacity of 3 kW, which will be provided to the Department of Civil Protection of the Regional Military Administration (250 units) and the Main Department of the State Emergency Service in Sumy oblast (100 units) to perform the tasks assigned to the above-mentioned structures.
The Shostka city council reported that 139 Invincibility Centre are currently working in the city. Moreover, additional 12 centres were set up in educational institutions. Similar centres will be opened in cultural institutions. Currently, work on their equipment is being carried out: generators brought in, stoves and other equipment necessary for the operation of these points ordered. The mayor promised to provide every school and kindergarten with power generators.
The occupying forces continue to fire 120 mm mortars at the border settlements of Chernihiv oblast. There are no losses among staff and equipment. The ‘North’ Operational Command reported that a local resident was injured.
The Chernihiv RMA reported that they discussed assistance to the residents of the oblast in restoring damaged houses with representatives of ZOA, an international organization for assistance and restoration based in the Netherlands.
A humanitarian cargo arrived in Nizhyn from the sister city of Imatra (Finland). It includes equipment, warm socks and gloves, which were woven by the residents of Imatra during the campaign for the people of Nizhyn. Families with many children and those of fallen servicemen received gloves and socks from the Finns.
Recent events in the central regions of Ukraine
The city of Dnipro continues to provide the military with the necessary equipment. 25 manning radio stations, almost a dozen drones and other equipment were delivered to the front line.
A burnt russian APC was brought to the ATO Museum in Dnipro from Lyman. Ukrainian fighters disabled the vehicle with the Javelin at the beginning of the full-scale war.
The Vinnytsia City Council reported that for more than UAH 100 K collected at a charity auction in Kielce, the Podilska Hromada Community Foundation purchased a quadcopter and a lot of necessary things for the military.
The Vinnytsia City Council says that another batch of assistance was sent to the front of the Vinnytsia servicemen from the Interregional Coordination Humanitarian Headquarters. Two dozen stoves, 800 shovels, 300 axes, in total, about 3 tons of cargo were collected to arrange trenches and heat our defenders..
More than two tonnes of food were sent towards Bakhmut by volunteers of the All-Ukrainian Association of Combatants and ATO Veterans, which operates in Kalynivka.
Head of the Poltava RMA Dmytro Lunin reports that another quadcopter was handed over to defenders. It has improved characteristics and allows you to better ‘see’ the enemy, reducing the time from detecting the target to its defeat. The equipment was purchased for almost UAH 1.3 million by local entrepreneurs.
In Kropyvnytskyi, thirteen stories of people who suffered from the communist regime and contemporary russia were presented. With these stories about murdered and captured Ukrainians from the 20th and 21st centuries, the authors of the exhibition show similarities between the crimes committed by the Soviet Union and modern russia.
Head of the Cherkasy Army Assistance Center, Oksana Tsyhanok, managed to raise funds and purchase the GOR reconnaissance and corrective UAV for UAH 1.1 million. The aircraft was developed by Ukrainian engineers and inventors.
Latest news from the front of the southern regions of Ukraine
The situation towards Zaporizhzhia has not undergone significant changes. The enemy concentrates its main efforts on holding the occupied positions. The enemy launched 159 attacks on the positions of the Ukrainian defenders, using tank weapons, rocket and barrel artillery along the entire contact line.
On January 31, the occupiers shelled the civilian infrastructure in Huliaipole, Orikhiv, Malynivka, Poltavka, Chervone, Huliaipilske, Charivne, Novodanylivka, Bilohiria, Novoandriivka, Olhivske, Mala Tokmachka, Kamianske, Stepove, Plavni, and Mali Shcherbaky. The police received 30 reports about the destruction of houses (apartments) and infrastructure objects as a result of shelling by russian military personnel.
On January 30 and 31, the invading forces launched 149 strikes on the oblast. Residential buildings in regional centers and villages in Orikhiv and Huliaipole communities suffered the greatest damage. Windows and roofs were broken, facades were cut in more than 40 houses, and fences destroyed. As a result of shelling with incendiary ammunition, houses on the outskirts of the city burned down. A post office, an educational institution, and a utility company were also mutilated in Orikhiv.
According to the General Staff, the russian occupiers are using the city hospital of Dniprorudne, Zaporizhzhia oblast, as a military hospital. Medicines and surgeons were brought from the russian federation.
On January 31, at 11:17 p.m., the enemy carried out artillery strikes on the settlement of the Ochakiv community. Infrastructure facilities were damaged. There are no casualties.
Law enforcement officers discovered the body of a dead person in the de-occupied village Myrne, Mykolaiv oblast. A 37-year-old man died on March 16, 2022, during the shelling of the village by russian troops. The body was found on January 31, 2023, during the survey of the settlement and the collection of information about war crimes committed by the russian army.
As of February 1, 13 enemy ships are on combat duty in the Black Sea, including 3 Kalibr cruise missile carriers with about 20 missiles on board. The enemy keeps 1 ship on combat duty in the Sea of Azov.
A delegation of the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine, led by the director of the cooperation program of the Embassy of Switzerland in Ukraine Andreas Huber, visited Odesa. The purpose of the visit is to get acquainted with the objects of cultural heritage, as well as with civil objects destroyed as a result of the war, which require restoration. Development and implementation of joint projects for the restoration of critical infrastructure and support for internally displaced persons in Odesa oblast were discussed during the visit.
A shelter for patients and staff of 89 square meters was renovated in the Odesa Regional Center for Socially Significant Diseases. It can accommodate 150 people. The shelter has the necessary supply of water, food and medicine, Wi-Fi, chairs, folding beds and blankets. The shelter is also equipped with independent electricity, air-purifying ventilation, a heat supply system, an emergency exit, airtight doors, and a shower cabin.
Four trucks with humanitarian aid from the city of Bremen arrived in Odesa. Volunteers delivered generators, field kitchens, heaters, tents, and furniture to the region. All this aid will be distributed among the regions of Odesa oblast to meet the citizens’ needs during power outages and equip Invincibility Centers.
On January 31, the russian occupiers shelled the territory of Kherson oblast 42 times. As a result of enemy attacks, 1 person was killed, and another resident injured. russian troops shelled peaceful communities of Berislav and Kherson regions with MLRS, heavy artillery and mortars. Residential and commercial buildings, and shops were damaged and destroyed. Cars were mutilated by shrapnel from shells.
The police opened 36 criminal proceedings on the facts of war crimes committed by the russian army in Kherson oblast. The recorded crimes are associated with shelling of peaceful settlements, detonation of mines, kidnapping of local residents and damage to local residents’ property .
Head of the Joint Coordination Press Center of the Defense Forces and Protection of the South, Nataliia Humeniuk, called the activity of russian sabotage groups at the mouth of the Dnipro near Kherson an imitation of activity and inciting the situation. She also said that on the left bank of the Dnipro, the russian army is trying to mobilize resources, because the hospitals are full of wounded there.
Humanitarian aid from philanthropists was delivered to the Nova Kakhovka community. 650 food kits and 1,300 warm blankets were distributed to residents of Kozatske township and Vesele village.
Latest news for today in the western regions of Ukraine
The Self-defense headquarters in the city of Rozhytse reported that believers of the St. Michael Church of the OCU of the Dorosyniv community collected UAH 18 370 for the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The money will be used to buy cars for the military.
The Kovel regional administration of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Volyn oblast reported that specialists of the rescue service conducted a safety lesson for third-grade students of the Starovyzhyv Lyceum of the Starovyzhyv Settlement Council.
The RMA reported that Invincibility Centers of Zakarpattia oblast received14 generators from foreign partners.
The Native Zakarpattia faction in Uzhhorod appealed to Ukrenergo. In connection with the deterioration of weather conditions, Zakarpattia needs an increase in electricity limits, due to the fact that it is currently the only oblast in Ukraine that does not have centralized heating.
The RMA reported that hundreds of children, students, educators and teachers of the Mizhhirsk community joined a rally in support of the military and wove almost 2K running meters of winter camouflage netting with their own hands, which will help units to hide their positions from the enemy on the front line.
Prykarpattia received humanitarian aid, namely, warm clothes, bed linen, flashlights, folding chairs, canisters for drinking water and other necessary items to ensure priority needs, from the International Organization for Migration. All aid is aimed at providing all necessary Invincibility Centers in the oblast. 100 Invincibility Centers will be fully equipped with these things. The total cost of the aid received is almost UAH 5 million.
The city council reported that the fifth Mental Health Center has started working in Lviv. It is noted for an opportunity to take children there.
Representatives of the DIL CF donated generators and thermal clothing for the military to the Lviv RMA. Soon they will be received by brigades in which defenders from Lviv oblast are fighting.
The children of the fallen Heroes of the city of Rivne and children from other oblasts are in the United States. The children became participants in the Ukrainian week in Washington. Ahead are participation in various events, meetings with congressmen and senators, a round table and much more.
Emergency medical aid teams from all over Ukraine work in Kherson oblast. Among them are medics from Ternopil oblast. Under fire, medics save people’s lives, distribute medicines, examine bedridden patients, evacuate the seriously ill and distribute humanitarian aid.
The RMA reported that generators worth about UAH 70K were sent to Maxpharm LLC and Agrosolutions LLC. One MAST GROUP RD9500E gasoline generator went to the State Service for Quality of Education in Khmelnytskyi oblast, and the other to the Church of Christians of the Evangelical Faith, where IDPs have been sheltered for the time being.
The RMA representatives met with Director of the Department for the Development of Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Petr Gandalovic, and Deputy Consul General of the Czech Republic in Lviv, Vladimir Kadlec. They discussed the implementation of joint projects in the field of health care, water supply, and drainage.
Rescuers from Bukovyna received a high-terrain vehicle. It is intended for the work of a group of pyrotechnicians who demine the territories of the country. The General Council of Deputies of the Swabian District (FRG) sent a car for the State Emergency Service of Ukraine in Chernivtsi oblast.
In Vyzhnychyna, fire-fighting and tactical exercises were conducted to eliminate emergency situations of various nature. Practical exercises took place in three stages. The conditions were as close as possible to real ones.
The city council of Chernivtsi reported that employees of Teplokomunenergo produced and delivered a batch of trench candles for the Armed Forces in a few days.
International support of Ukraine in the russian-Ukrainian war (russia’s invasion of Ukraine)
French Defense Minister Lecorne announced that his country will transfer 12 more Caesar self-propelled artillery installations to Ukraine. The package is EUR 200 million of support. In addition, 150 French specialists will go to Poland and help train the Ukrainian military there.
The Ministry of Community Development, Territories and Infrastructure reported that Japan will finance the restoration of Ukraine’s critical infrastructure with a tranche of $170 million.
In the first delivery, Spain can transfer up to 6 Leopard 2A4 tanks to Ukraine. It is also planned to train 10 Ukrainian crews on the territory of Spain.
The US is preparing a $2 billion aid package for Ukraine with long-range missiles. The new package will for the first time include projectiles with a range of up to 150 km.
Norway plans to approve a five-year, multibillion-dollar support program for Ukraine. It is noted that Oslo has not specified the amount of funds yet, because they do not know what it should be, but they understand that Ukraine’s support will be exceptional in terms of size and duration.
The American company General Atomics, which produces Reapers, offered the Ukrainian authorities to purchase two MQ-9 Reaper combat drones for the symbolic sum of one dollar. However, the deal will require Kyiv to spend about $10 million on Reaper delivery and about $8 million a year on maintenance.
Partners from the US did not find any signs of misuse of American funds by Ukraine.
Bulgaria recognized the Holodomor as genocide of the Ukrainian people.
The Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine reported that in European cities, 11 collection points for equipment were set up for Ukrainians affected by the war within the framework of the Laptops for Ukraine initiative.
The UN said that a mission to the colony in Olenivka, where Ukrainian prisoners of war were killed, is still possible. “We never received permission from the russian federation to go there. Does this mean that everything is lost? No. Remember the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. We have specialists from the IAEA there. So it is possible,” said the permanent coordinator of the UN system in Ukraine Denise Brown.
The US believes that the russian federation violated the treaty on nuclear weapons. The January 31 report of the US State Department sent to Congress states that moscow is not complying with the agreement for the first time since it entered into force in 2011. The lack of inspections also made it difficult to verify the number of warheads russia had deployed.
The Union of Journalists of russia will be expelled from the International Federation of Journalists.
Zelenskyy and Blinken received the title of Person of the Year from the Polish weekly Wprost. During the award ceremony, it was emphasized that the president of Ukraine received it for the struggle, indomitability, stability, hope and victory that Ukraine deserves. In turn, Blinken was awarded for the fact that American diplomacy avoided the temptation to maintain the current status quo in relations with the aggressor.
The elected president of the Czech Republic, Petr Pavel, believes that Ukraine deserves to become a member of NATO after the end of the war, because its army is currently the most experienced in Europe.
In New York, an exhibition about the lenin school of architecture was canceled. Organizers from Cooper Union announced the decision to postpone it indefinitely due to the war in Ukraine
The exhibition 100 paintings of Indomitable Ukraine will be active in London. The exposition will include the works of gifted children from all oblasts of Ukraine.
Materials compiled by Tetiana Kliuchnyk-Horobets, Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Tamara Moshkovska, Sofia Ratynska, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Vita Petrenko, Аnna Efremova
Translated by Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Ioanna Kryvenko, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Yevheniia Sukhonos, Marharyta Koval, Tetiana Kurbatova, Olga Shalya
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