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Ukraine will get American ATACMS long-range missiles whereas Canada will present $482 million in army help to Kiev over the following three years

Crowd for Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Toronto (Canada) on September 22, 2023 (Katherine KY Cheng / Getty Images North America by way of AFP)
  • Kiev: 14 out of 15 Russian drones shot down in the course of the evening

    Last evening, Ukrainian forces shot down 14 drones launched by Russia out of a complete of 15: the Armed Forces introduced this, including that 12 of the destroyed unmanned plane have been intercepted in the Dnipropetrovsk area, in southern Ukraine.

  • Kiev: 9 dead in attack on Russian Black Sea fleet base

    At least 9 folks died and 16 have been injured following yesterday’s attack by Ukrainian forces on the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol, in occupied Crimea: the top of Ukrainian army intelligence, Kyrylo Budanov, mentioned , at Voice of America. Among the wounded, he underlined, there are additionally Russian generals. “Among the wounded is the group commander, Colonel General (Olexandr) Romanchuk, who is in very serious condition,” in keeping with Budanov. “The Chief of the General Staff, Lieutenant General (Oleg) Tsekov, is not conscious.

  • Hungary: no to new sanctions against Moscow, they damage Europe more

    New sanctions against Moscow are unnecessary, because “they cause more damage to Europe than to Russia”. This is the opinion expressed by the Hungarian Foreign Minister, Peter Szijjarto, in an interview with Tass after meeting his Russian colleague Sergei Lavrov in New York, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, during which he spoke also the issue of supplies of Ukrainian wheat to Central European countries. “If Ukrainian wheat starts to spread to Central European countries, it will definitely destroy agricultural markets” in that area. “Not to mention our farmers, who we obviously need to protect,” Szijjarto mentioned.