Recap' “20 Minutes” updates you every evening on the progress of the conflict in Ukraine
Ukrainians board the Kherson-kyiv train at Kherson station, in southern Ukraine, Monday, November 21, 2022. — Bernat Armangue/AP/SIPA
- Russia has launched its “military operation” in Ukraine on Thursday 24 February. Every evening, at 7:30 p.m., 20 Minutes offers you its recap on the Russian-Ukrainian diplomatic conflict which has become a war which leaves deaths, injuries and thousands of refugees every day.
- Who did what ? Who said what? And who supports whom and why? You will know everything about the progress of the negotiations and the events of this crisis which is shaking Russia, Ukraine, Europe and even the United States.
- On Tuesday, the Ukrainian authorities called the population of Kherson to evacuate the city “to safer areas”.
You missed the latest developments on tensions in Ukraine? Don't panic, 20 Minutes takes stock for you every evening, 7:30 p.m. Who did what? Who said what? Where are we there? The answer below:
News of the day
Kherson was liberated from Russian occupation. However, on Tuesday, Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk called residents of Kherson to “evacuate for the winter to safer parts of the country” On Telegram, Ukraine's Deputy Prime Minister says the government is offering free evacuations to “Kryvyi Rih, Mykolaïv and Odessa”.
Are concerned in priority women, children and the elderly. On Monday, the World Health Organization warned of a “life threatening” millions of people in Ukraine and the infrastructures of Kherson have been particularly affected. damaged.
Phrase of the day
Dangerous rhetoric raises nuclear tensions”
This is a statement by Antonio Guterres, the UN Secretary General, during an international meeting in Morocco dedicated to the “dialogue of civilizations” ;. Western countries accuse Moscow of brandishing the threat of an atomic war in order to dissuade them from supporting Ukraine.
The number of the day
119. > This is the number of Iskander missiles that Russia still has in stock according to the Ukrainian Defense Minister. At the start of the war, Moscow had 900 examples of these short and medium range ballistic missiles, sometimes used for tactical strikes.
The trend of the day
Explosions killed three people in the Russian region of Belgorod, bordering Ukraine, announced Tuesday the governor of this territory regularly hit by shots and where fortifications are under construction. On Telegram, Governor Vyacheslav Gladkov said that a woman had died after suffering head trauma during a bombing at the airport. Chebekino, a town located at eight kilometers from Ukraine.
According to the same source, two people were killed. killed in the explosion of “a munition of an unidentified type” in the village of Starosselié, bordering Ukraine and where The state of emergency has been in effect since Oct. 27, according to the governor. Localities and infrastructure in the region very frequently come under fire, often fatal, attributed by Moscow to the Ukrainian army.
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The regional capital, also called Belgorod, was affected directly to many times. So that the governor indicated on Monday that a line of fortifications was being built at the border, without specifying its length or location.