It has been the 576th 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 6 pm:
The enemy continues to ignore the laws and customs of war, uses terror tactics, shelling both military and civilian objects, which results in civilian casualties.
There were 25 combat clashes over the day. The enemy launched 5 missile and 40 air strikes, fired 19 times from multiple launch rocket systems at Ukrainian troops’ positions and settlements. Civilians in Yurkivka, Zaporizhzhia oblast, and Kremenchuk, Poltava oblast, also suffered from cynical missile attacks. Private residential buildings and other civilian infrastructure were destroyed and damaged.
The operational situation in eastern and southern Ukraine remains challenging.
The situation towards Volyn and Polissia remained unchanged. There were no signs of offensive groups forming. Certain units of the belarusian armed forces are performing tasks in the areas bordering Ukraine.
Towards Siversk and Sloboda, the enemy maintains a military presence in the border areas and continues shelling settlements from the territory of the russian federation. More than 20 settlements came under artillery and mortar fire, including Bleshnia, Prohres, and Yanzhulivka in Chernihiv oblast; Obody, Kindrativka, Myropilske, Stepok, Pokrovka, Pozhnia in Sumy oblast and Ogirtseve, Pletenivka, Chuhunivka, Bolohivka in Kharkiv oblast.
Towards Kupiansk, the enemy launched an airstrike near Bolohivka, Kharkiv oblast. More than 10 settlements, including Fiholivka, Lyman Pershyi, Synkivka, Petropavlivka, Kyslivka, Tabaivka in Kharkiv oblast, were subjected to artillery and mortar shelling.
Towards Lyman, enemy airstrikes hit the areas of Makiivka, Nevske, Bilohorivka in Luhansk oblast and Kopanky, Serebrianka, Spirne in Donetsk oblast. Artillery and mortar shelling affected more than 10 settlements, including Nevske and Bilohorivka in Luhansk oblast and Verkhnekamianske, Pereizne, and Fedorivka in Donetsk oblast.
Towards Bakhmut, the Ukrainian Defense Forces successfully repelled attacks in the areas of Minkivka, Orikhovo-Vasylivka and Hryhorivka in Donetsk oblast. The enemy tried to regain the lost position near Andriivka, Donetsk oblast, but was unsuccessful. He carried out air strikes near Bohdanivka, Klishchiyivka and Pivnichne in Donetsk oblast. More than 25 settlements came under artillery and mortar fire, including Orikhovo-Vasylivka, Bohdanivka, Ivanivske, Klishchiyivka, Andriivka and Diliivka in Donetsk oblast.
Towards Avdiivka, the Ukrainian Defense Forces repelled an enemy attack in the vicinity of Sievierne in Donetsk oblast. The enemy conducted an airstrike near Avdiivka, Donetsk oblast. About 10 settlements came under artillery and mortar fire, including Novokalynove, Ocheretyne, Berdychi, Avdiivka, Orlivka, Pervomayske in Donetsk oblast.
Towards Marinka, Ukrainian defenders repelled 11 enemy attacks in the areas of Maryinka and Krasnohorivka in Donetsk oblast. The enemy launched airstrikes near Krasnohorivka, Marinka and Paraskoviivka in Donetsk oblast. More than 10 settlements were under the occupiers’ fire, including Marinka, Heorhiivka, Hostre, Antonivka, Katerynivka, and Yelyzavetivka in Donetsk oblast.
Towards Shakhtarsk, the enemy conducted airstrikes near Vodiane and Vuhledar in Donetsk oblast. About 10 settlements, including Vodiane, Vuhledar, Prechystivka, Zolota Nyva, Blahodatne, and Urozhaine in Donetsk oblast, came under artillery and mortar fire.
Towards Zaporizhzhia, the Defense Forces repelled an enemy attack near Robotyno, Zaporizhzhia oblast. The enemy conducted airstrikes near Mala Tokmachka and Robotyne in Zaporizhzhia oblast. More than 20 settlements came under artillery and mortar fire, including Levadne, Bilohirya, Orikhiv, Shcherbaky, Pavlivka, Lobkove in Zaporizhzhia oblast and Nikopol in Dnipropetrovsk oblast.
Towards Kherson, the enemy launched air strikes near Kozatske, Odradokamшanka, Tiahynyka, and Antonivka in Kherson oblast. About 10 settlements of Kherson oblast came under hostile artillery and mortar fire, including Kherson, Mykilske, Sadove, Zelenivka, and Chornobaivka in Kherson oblast.
Ukrainian Defense Forces continue to conduct offensive operations towards Melitopol and offensive (assault) operations towards Bakhmut, inflicting losses in manpower and equipment, and exhausting the enemy along the entire front line.
In the city of Tokmak, Zaporizhzhia oblast, the local population continues to suffer from the actions of russian occupation forces, who are engaged in mass thefts due to the delay in cash payments and lack of food. In particular, the occupiers are forcing civilians to give them their domestic animals, food and canned goods.
Ukrainian aviation of the Defense Forces struck the headquarters of the russian Black Sea Fleet Command in the temporarily occupied Sevastopol. There were 12 strikes on buildups of personnel, weapons and military equipment, and 4 strikes on enemy anti-aircraft missile systems.
Rocket troops destroyed 2 anti-aircraft missile systems and 4 enemy artillery units.
Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal announces that almost UAH 2 trillion will be allocated to the security and defence sector. Another UAH 1.5 trillion received from international partners will be spent on social humanitarian aid.
ISW reported that the Ukrainian Armed Forces crossed the last line of defense of the russian Armed Forces in Zaporizhzhia oblast for the first time. This is the first recorded case of the use of armoured vehicles by the Ukrainian Defense Forces outside the russian three-tier defense. ISW noted that this ability of Ukraine to break through enemy defences is an important sign of progress in the Ukrainian counteroffensive.
Oksana Zholnovych, Minister of Social Policy, says that the number of disabled people in Ukraine has increased by 300 K in a year and a half. There are 3 million people with disabilities in Ukraine compared to 2.7 million before the war. According to her, there is currently a shortage of specialists and appropriate rehabilitation centers in Ukraine, but there is not enough money for social spending due to the needs of the Defense Forces. The Minister noted that the support and assistance of international partners, in particular, international organizations, is very important now.
Recent war events in the east of Ukraine
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, russia launched an air strike near Bolohivka towards Kupiansk. At least 10 settlements were under shelling.
Viktor Kovalenko, Head of Zolochiv community, reported that a private building, a garage and outbuildings were damaged as a result of two drone strikes on Oleksandrivka at 4 pm.
Oleh Syniehubov, Head of Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, said that a building was damaged and a fire started in Vovchansk, Chuhuiv region, around 1 am last night.
Yesterday the enemy shelled settlements of Bohodukhiv, Chuhuiv, Izium and Kupiansk regions with artillery, mortars and other weapons. More than 14 settlements in the region were under hostile attack. Specifically, Kupiansk, Kupiansk-Vuzlovyi, Dvorichna, Synkivka, Vovchansk, Vovchanski Khutory, Ohirtseve, Tymofiivka and other towns and villages of the region were targeted. The enemy launched airstrikes near Kopanka and Shyikivka of Izium region and Berestove in Kupiansk region.
Yesterday pyrotechnics of the State Emergency Service examined more than 3.8 hectares of territory and defused 49 explosive ordnance.
A contact room with cats rescued from the front line has been opened in Kharkiv. Yaryna Vintoniuk, founder of the centre and representative of Kharkiv Animal Rescue, says that cats undergoing rehabilitation need to communicate with people. The contact room is open four days a week, with children and military personnel coming there most of the time.
Serhii Mahdysiuk, Councillor of the head of the Regional Administration in charge of housing and communal services, reported that work is ongoing to protect critical infrastructure facilities in Kharkiv oblast and prepare materials for repairs in case of russian strikes.
Wolfgang Schwan’s photo of injured teacher Olena Kurylo from Chuhuiv won the Editorial/Press category of the Press Photographer Of the Year.
Vitalii Barabash, Head of Avdiivka City Military Administration, reported about the massive shelling in the morning. The number of shelling and air strikes has increased in the city. Also russian UAVs are flying over the town during the day. Five more people left the town.
Donetsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office said that Zelenyi Hai in Volnovakha region and Siversk in Donetsk oblast were also shelled. One person was killed and another injured.
Referring to Donetsk Regional Military Administration Yesterday russians injured 21 civilians: 15 in Kurakhove, 2 in Petropavlivka and Molodetske, 1 in Toretsk and Kostiantynivka village.
Destructions as a result of russian shelling. Photo: National Polic
At night russians launched two missile attacks on Kurakhove, injuring 15 civilians and damaging 20 apartment buildings. A medical facility was also damaged in Hostre. Ostrivske was shelled.
Destructions as a result of russian shelling in Kurakhove. Photo: National Police
Russian troops struck 33 times at civilians. Also russians used Iskander missiles, FAB-250 bombs, UAVs, Smerch, Uragan, Grad MRLs and artillery. 35 civilian objects were damaged: 21 residential buildings, medical facilities, enterprises, a transformer, garages, 5 cars, and a water supply system.
Yesterday russians shelled Rodynske of Pokrovsk community, which is relatively remote from the frontline, damaging 16 buildings. The rear Udachne community was also attacked, injuring a man in Molodetske.
Towards Volnovakha, Vuhledar suffered 2 air strikes and 35 artillery attacks. Novoukrainka was under attack. A man was injured, a private building and 7 apartment buildings were damaged in Zelenyi Hai of Komar community.
Towards Donetsk, Kurakhove, Krasnohorivka, Maksymilianivka and Yelyzavetivka of Marinka community were under constant shelling. In the morning russians attacked Avdiivka three times, damaging five streets. Prohres, Vovche and Yevhenivka of Hrodivka community were shelled.
Towards Horlivka, 1 person was injured, an infrastructure facility and 3 buildings in Toretsk and 1 more building were damaged in Druzhba. An industrial building was damaged in Chasiv Yar community.
Towards Lysychansk, 4 buildings were damaged in Zvanivka and 2 fires broke out in Lyman community as a result of shelling.
Destructions as a result of russian shelling. Photo: Ihor Moroz
Oleksii Roslov, Head of Kostiantynivka City Military Administration, said that the number of casualties from the shelling of a market in Kostiantynivka has increased to 17, a woman was killed.
The city council informed that the invaders in Mariupol destroyed 180K Ukrainian books and four libraries. Books of Lesia Ukrainka were also thrown in the trash, while libraries are being supplied with books about the war and russia.
Luhansk Military Administration reported that there were 70 explosions in Nevske alone after russian shelling. At least one house was destroyed. The village was shelled by both artillery and aircraft. The locals were forced to stay in shelters for almost the entire day. Artillery and mortar shelling also affected Bilohorivka.
The russians filmed propaganda stories with the participation of former employees about the allegedly imminent launch of the plant last summer. Now, every three days, trucks filled with scrap metal leave Azot’s premises for Severodonetsk as the occupiers continue to cut up the chemical plant’s units.
A lot of russian soldiers were brought to Lysychansk, but they were restricted from moving around the central quarters of the city, because those of the invaders who are allowed to live there already do. The newcomers settle in the neighborhood and surrounding villages. In particular, prisoners who are being prepared for assaults have been settled in Maloriazantseve. Everything that can be taken or sold is taken out of the abandoned houses.
Roman Vlasenko, Head of Sievierodonetsk Regional State Administration, says that russians have started saving manpower and equipment, using artillery and aviation more actively. The network of military enlistment offices in the occupied Luhansk oblast has become more active, with more frequent raids on businesses. After the wave of forced passportization and the so-called “first elections,” the occupation authorities have more information about the men’s whereabouts. A little over 10 K local residents remain in Sievierodonetsk. All the rest are russian military personnel, their families and other touring guests. The invaders do not have enough money to rebuild the public utilities. The occupiers forge property documents and sell the surviving empty apartments.
Luhansk Regional Military Administration reports that the All-Ukrainian Trade Union of Military, Law Enforcement Officers and Combatants is headed by Oleksandr Svystula, a resident of Luhansk, known as the long-time head of the Association of ATO/JFO Participants of Luhansk Oblast.
What is happening now in the north of Ukraine
The RMA reports that 3 people were injured and 21 private houses and more than 20 cars were damaged in Kyiv oblast as a result of a missile attack by the russian federation on September 21. There were fires at a number of enterprises in the oblast. Windows, doors, roofs, and facades were smashed in households due to falling debris.
Consequences of the russian strike on Kyiv, September 21, 2023. Photo: Reuters
The RMA says that more than 27 K facilities were destroyed and damaged in Kyiv oblast as a result of russian aggression. According to preliminary estimates, the cost of clearing the rubble alone could reach $5 billion. The United Nations Development Program is assisting the Ukrainian government in rebuilding housing and ensuring conditions for the return of people from abroad.
The RMA reports that reconstruction of an apartment building damaged by the russian aggression has begun in Makariv village. The 5-storey building was heavily damaged by the strike and is being restored at the expense of the Armed Aggression Response Fund.
The development of a new program to support the Defenders of Ukraine and their families for the next two years is underway. The amount planned for its implementation is not less than last year’s UAH 88 million. Payments are provided for military personnel, people with disabilities caused by war, children who lost one of their parents due to war, and family members of the deceased.
On September 20, the Zhovten Cinema in Kyiv hosted a screening of the documentary Children Who Will Never Be Again. The investigative film is based on the stories of 12-year-old Vladyslav Magdyk from Kyiv oblast, 10-year-old Kateryna Vinarska from Kharkiv oblast, and 15-year-old Mykhailo Ustianivskyi from Kherson oblast, who were shot by Russian soldiers with small arms. “When we talk about 504 murdered children – the figure officially confirmed by the Office of the Prosecutor General – it is important for us to remember that 504 is not a number, it is names, it is fates, it is destroyed dreams about the future,” said journalist Danylo Mokryk, the author of the film.
The RMA reported that the wireless and wired communications infrastructure is almost 100% ready for a possible blackout in Zhytomyr oblast. During a meeting with representatives of cell phone operators and wired internet providers in the region, the possibility of connecting mobile base stations to the generators of municipal and private enterprises, shopping centres, institutions and organisations with free generator capacity were discussed.
Oleksandr Volokita, Head of Zelenbud announced that a modular shelter on Liatoshynskyi Street in Zhytomyr has been equipped with an automatic lock, external and internal CCTV cameras, a safe, a first aid kit and a water tank. 4 shelters have been arranged this way. They also will sow grass around, lay tiles and make a ramp for people with limited mobility.
The Iron Country triathlon competition is to take place in Zhytomyr on September 23. The event followed by a charity performance by Kozak System will raise funds to help the Zhytomyr Military Hospital.
Sumy RMA reported that on the morning of September 22, russians fired mortar shells at Khotyn community. There were 13 explosions.
On September 21, the russian army fired 29 times at the border of Ukraine. There were 149 attacks with mortars, artillery, LPG, AGS and 3 NAR missiles launched from a helicopter. Bilopilla, Krasnopilla, Yunakivka, Khotyn, Velyka Pysarivka, Esman, Shaligiyivka, Seredyno-Buda, Hlukhiv, Svesa and Nova Sloboda communities were shelled.
To ensure the safety of citizens in the region, 51 groups are working to conduct non-technical surveys in each territorial community. The Sumy oblast SES reported that these groups and local authorities identify ‘dangerous’ areas where the enemy was present or where hostilities were taking place, after which pyrotechnics mark the territory and install warning signs ‘Beware of mines’.
According to the Regional Office of International Cooperation, a coordination meeting was held to systematise international cooperation, develop current and seek new international partnerships.
According to the State Border Guard Service, on September 21, russians fired 6 times at the border of Chernihiv oblast from their territory. There were 31 explosions, namely Novhorod-Siverskyi community – 4 explosions of NAR launched from an enemy helicopter; Semenivka community – 15 attacks with mortars and cannon artillery; and Horodnya community – 12 attacks with mortars and cannon artillery.
Viacheslav Chaus, Head of Chernihiv Regional Military Administration, announced that during the full-scale invasion, international partners provided the oblast with equipment for critical energy infrastructure worth over UAH 360 million. Thanks to the support of UNDP, the International Medical Corps and other governmental and non-governmental organisations, healthcare and social protection institutions managed to survive the winter. Foreign partners helped several key medical institutions become energy independent by installing solar power plants. The Danish company Rockwool provided about half a thousand generators of various capacities.
Recent events in the central regions of Ukraine
Mykola Lukashuk, Head of Donetsk Oblast Council, said that the enemy shelled Nikopol region 4 times with artillery overnight. They made more than two and a half dozen shots. They attacked Chervonohryhorivka, Pokrovsk, Myrove communities and Nikopol. The shelling damaged 5 private buildings, 4 outbuildings, 2 power lines and a gas pipeline. During the day, the enemy attacked Nikopol twice with drones.
Mykola Lukashuk added that Dnipro oblast signed a memorandum of cooperation with Diana Dolce, Head of the French-Ukrainian Medical and Charitable Assistance Association. As part of the cooperation, 16 powerful generators were delivered to medical and educational institutions of the regional council located in different communities of Dnipropetrovsk oblast, including Nikopol region.
Ukrainian hospitals already have 4,095 generators that will operate in case of power cuts or blackouts. This will allow intensive therapy departments, surgeries and critical equipment to continue operating during a blackout.
School students held a harvest festival in Radivtsi village, Vinnytsia oblast, and raised over UAH 20K to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Children from Luhansk oblast in Kropyvnytskyi received 32 backpacks with power banks and 22 backpacks with stationery from the Safe Future Charitable Foundation and the UNICEF Kropyvnytskyi office.
According to Dmytro Lunin, Head of Poltava Regional Military Administration, the enemy launched missile attacks on Kremenchuk. One missile was shot down by air defence forces. There were strikes on civilian infrastructure. Currently, 15 people are known to have been injured, including one child, and one person killed.
According to Dmytro Lunin, Head of Poltava RMA, 40 tonnes of food were sent for Kherson oblast. Vegetables, cereals, oil, canned fish and meat, sugar and flour provided by communities and socially responsible businesses will be supplied to the canteens of schools, kindergartens and medical institutions in Kherson.
According to Ihor Taburets, Head of the Cherkasy Military Administration, the rescue and search operation following the landing of missile debris on a hotel in the centre of Cherkasy is over. Currently, six victims remain in hospital: two are severely injured, the rest are of moderate severity.
Latest news from the front of the southern regions of Ukraine
Yesterday the invaders attacked 22 settlements 86 times. Also russian troops shelled Novodarivka, Poltavka and Chervone with multiple rocket launchers, attacked Zaliznychne, Novodarivka and Stepove with UAVs and launched 6 aerial shells at Orikhiv, Bilohiria and Robotyne. In addition, there were 74 artillery strikes in frontline towns and villages, including Huliaipolo, Zaliznychne, Charivne, Olhivske, Malynivka, Poltavka, Levadne, Kamianske, Pavlivka, Piatikhatky and Prymorske yesterday. A 75-year-old woman was injured as a result of shelling in Orikhove and taken to a medical facility. There were 15 reports of the destruction of residential buildings and outbuildings.
Yesterday rescuers found warheads from Smerch and Uragan multiple rocket launcher systems and 21 fuses to anti-vehicle mines in the settlements of Zaporizhzhia and Polohy regions. The explosive items were eliminated in accordance with safety regulations.
8 communities in Melitopol, Berdiansk, Vasylivka and Polohy regions received IT equipment kits. The equipment was provided by USAID as part of the Strengthening Public Trust project. This office equipment will help to restore the work of the authorities in the liberated settlements.
Mykolaiv Regional Military Administration reported that yesterday the air defence forces shot down a russian missile, debris of which damaged three residential buildings, a garage and an outbuilding in Bashtanka region. Two women sustained minor injuries. Medical aid was provided on the spot.
South Air Command said that yesterday their forces and means of air defence destroyed a strike drone and a Supercam reconnaissance drone over Mykolaiv region.
On Thursday, 21 September, Oleksandr Traitli, Deputy Head of Mykolaiv Regional Military ADministration, met with representatives of UNICEF. The press service of the RMA informed that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss urgent issues about ensuring educational institutions with proper conditions for the possible organisation of the educational process in combined and offline forms of education. As a result, the parties came to an agreement about the issues they faced and decided upon the further cooperation fields of Mykolaiv RMA and UNICEF.
The press center of the Defense Forces of Southern Ukraine reports that as of the morning of September 22, there was a 10-ship grouping in the Black Sea. Among them are support vessels from which the enemy launches reconnaissance drones to gather information.
The Izmail Mobile Fire Groups of the National Guard of Ukraine of the Southern Operational and Territorial Unit received six off-road vehicles to protect the Danube River from the Urbansky Danube Charitable Foundation. After receiving a signal of an air threat, these vehicles with a trained crew of NGU soldiers can quickly move to the specified direction and strike the enemy’s air target in less than a minute. It is noted that each enemy target can contain up to 40 kilograms of TNT and have a large radius of destruction.
Three new vessels are heading to Ukrainian ports to load export products. The bulk carriers AZARA, YING HAO 01, and ENEIDA have confirmed their readiness to use the temporary corridor for civilian vessels and are heading towards the ports of Pivdennyi and Chornomorsk. After loading more than 127,000 tons of Ukrainian agricultural products and iron ore, these vessels will embark on an international voyage to China, Egypt and Spain. This was announced by Oleksandr Kubrakov, Minister of Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development of Ukraine.
Re-roofing, dismantling of dangerous structures, beginning of the building’s conservation, and this is not the whole list of works that the builders have already managed to carry out at the Preobrazhensky Cathedral. Today, the church resembles the crippled body of a man who continues to live despite his injuries. Since the first day of its opening, and after the missile strike, the lower church has continued to function here, where worship services, weddings, and infant baptisms are held.
This morning, the russian military shelled residential areas of Kherson once again. The occupiers hit a private house, resulting in life-threatening injuries to a 25-year-old man. So far, two citizens who were wounded. Private houses, outbuildings, and garages were damaged.
At night, the Russian army shelled Mykilske in the Darivka community. Hostile artillery fire damaged about twenty residential buildings, a lyceum and a kindergarten.
The enemy made 82 attacks over the last day, launching 383 shells from mortars, artillery, Grads, UAVs, tanks and aircraft. Kherson, Sofiyivka, Kizomys, Dniprovske, Zelenivka, Mykilske, Chornobaivka, Komyshany, Bilozerka, Poniativka, Darivka, Beryslav, Mykolaivka, Shlyakhove, Tomaryne, Lvove, Tyahyntsi, Odradokamianka, Olhivka, Bourhunka and Kozatske were under fire from the left bank of the Dnipro. The enemy fired 28 shells at the city of Kherson. Due to russian aggression, 210 objects were damaged in the region: 27 multi-storey and 131 private houses, a kindergarten, a dental clinic, a facility for victims of domestic violence, energy facilities, 10 cars, gas pipes, 2 administrative buildings, a pharmacy, 6 shops, 8 dormitories, a market and garages.
On September 21, seven people were killed and 12 others were injured of varying severity as a result of russian army shelling of the de-occupied territory of Kherson region. The police opened 18 criminal proceedings on war crimes committed by the russian military in Kherson oblast
Consequences of russian shelling. Photo: Kherson regional police
Ukrainian Armed Forces neutralized 35 russian servicemen, two tactical control points and a UAV in the Kherson sector yesterday. The Ukrainian military also destroyed five russian armoured vehicles, four boats, three guns, a tank and a SuperCam unmanned aerial vehicle.
Employees of the Kherson water utility received new equipment. Two modern pumps are already in operation in one of the city’s neighborhoods. The replacement of worn-out water supply systems will ensure uninterrupted water supply to Kherson residents. This assistance was made possible by the International Humanitarian Organization ACTED.
Latest news for today in the western regions of Ukraine
The RMA reported that soldiers of the 100th Territorial Defense Brigade received powerful specialized diesel generators thanks to donations from Sweden.
The All Hands and Hearts CF is ready to participate in the creation of housing for IDPs in Zakarpattia oblast. Plans and prospects for possible cooperation were discussed today by Petro Dobromilskyi, deputy chairman of the RMA, and representatives of All Hands and Hearts.
The RMA reported that in Ivano-Frankivsk oblast, the national project Economy Restoration in Liberated Territories was presented.
The RMA reported that there are 117 generators available in medical institutions of the oblast.
The paratroopers of the 80th ODSHBr received equipment worth over UAH 7 mln from the Return to Life Fund. In particular, stormtroopers received 20 Mavic 3 quadcopters (these are modifications with daytime optics), 1 Matrice 30T quadcopter and 3 Mavic 3 THERMAL copters (with thermal imaging optics), 3 mobile surveillance complexes, 70 remote antennas, 40 thermal imaging monoculars, 70 fire adjustment tablets, 10 laptops for mobile control points, protective cases, memory cards, batteries for quadcopters and accessories. In total, since the beginning of the year, and 80 ODSHBr received equipment worth UAH 14 950 350 from the Fund.
The Stabilization Support Services CF handed over computers to equip 3 workplaces to employees of the social protection department of Strii RMA, who are involved in providing social support to IDPs. The equipment was handed over as part of the project Supporting the capacity of the social protection system of the population regarding the registration of internally displaced persons, which is financed by the UN Refugee Agency in Ukraine.
Horodotsk Central Hospital received humanitarian aid, namely, functional chair-beds for medical procedures, an electronic floor scale with a printer, from the Pinot Jewish association from Ganau, Germany.
Rescuers of Kherson oblast received the 3rd batch of body armour from Lviv Defense Cluster. This is an additional set of 100 bulletproof vests.
In Rivne, windows and doors in high-rise buildings, which were damaged by the blast wave from a missile strike, are being replaced. According to the current data of the commission, there are 36 such apartments were damaged.
Rivne will receive another batch of generators. 13 powerful generators of 150 kVA, 500 kVA, 770 kVA are ready to be sent to the city. In the coming days, through the Ukrainian Foundation, diesel generators will be sent to the main facilities of the city where they are urgently needed.
A medical summit with international participation is taking place in Ternopil. Ukrainian and Polish medics will exchange experience for 2 days. Issues related to wounds, injuries, rehabilitation, operational interventions in war conditions will be discussed. In particular, a master class will be held on providing emergency medical aid for gunshot wounds to the head and neck.
A housing facility for IDPs is being built in Ternopil oblast. The facility is expected to be completed by the end of this year. Upon completion, 50 IDPs (women with children, the elderly) will be housed in 16 one-room apartments. There will be a room for disabled people on the first floor of the building.
Khmelnytskyi City Council decided to grant the title of Honorary Citizen of the city to 128 soldiers who gave their lives for Ukraine.
Roman Klichyk, Mayor of Chernivtsi, paid an official visit to the Austrian sister city of Klagenfurt am Werthersee. They discussed support and humanitarian aid.
International support of Ukraine in the russian-Ukrainian war (russia’s invasion of Ukraine)
The US announced a new package of military aid to Ukraine in the amount of $325 mln, which included: AIM-9M missiles for air defense systems; additional ammunition for HIMARS; AN/TWQ-1 Avenger self-propelled air defense system; .50 calibre machine guns for combating drones; 105 mm calibre artillery shells; artillery shells of 155 mm calibre, including DPICM (cluster); PTKR TOW; ATGM Javelin and AT-4; over 3 million cartridges; 59 light tactical vehicles; explosive ammunition for clearing obstacles; spare parts, maintenance and other field equipment.
Denys Shmyhal, Prime Minister, announced that Ukraine received the eighth tranche of macro-financial aid in the amount of EUR 1,5 billion from the European Union.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, met with Lloyd Austin, US Defense Minister. The key topic of conversation is the continuation of providing Ukraine with the necessary military support to resist russian aggression.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, met with Kevin McCarthy, Speaker of the House of Representatives of the US Congress, Steve Scalise, leader of the Republican Party in the House of Representatives, Hakeem Jeffries , leader of the Democratic Party in the House of Representatives, and congressmen of the United States. They discussed supporting Ukraine.
The US returned to Ukraine the cultural values stolen by russia from temporarily occupied territories of Ukraine. The artefacts were handed over to Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine, during his visit to America.
The cargo ship Resilient Africa arrived at the Turkish Bosphorus Strait, becoming the first vessel loaded with grain from Ukraine to enter and exit the Black Sea using the temporary corridor. The vessel was loaded with 3K tonnes of Ukrainian wheat.
Training of gender advisors took place in Prague with the participation of Ukrainian representatives. The event was organized with the support of the OSCE Bureau for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights and Kateryna Levchenko, Commissioner for Gender Policy.
Materials compiled by Tetiana Kliuchnyk-Horobets, Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Tamara Moshkovska, Sofia Ratynska, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Аnna Efremova, Albahachiieva Helena
Translated by Tetyana Pidgorna, Yana Hushchyna, Ioanna Kryvenko, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Viktoriia Pushyna, Yevheniia Sukhonos, Marharyta Koval, Tetiana Kurbatova, Olga Shalya
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