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Independence Square under the snow, in kyiv on November 21, 2022. — Andrew Kravchenko/AP/SIPA Refresh Show highlights only
- The Ukrainian General Prosecutor's Office announced Monday to have found four “torture sites” used by the Russians to Kherson before their forced retreat from the region, with Kyiv accusing Moscow of war crimes.
- Following the shots, of undetermined origin, which fell on Sunday inside the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, Emmanuel Macron and Volodymyr Zelensky insisted Monday, during a phone call, on “the absolute necessity’ to maintain security; and safety” of the site.
- In kyiv, the regional director of the World Health Organization For Europe, Hans Kluge, has warned that winter will threaten the lives of millions of Ukrainians, after a series of devastating Russian strikes on the country’s energy infrastructure.< /li>
07:22: After the war, the economy will not resume its course “as if nothing had happened”, according to the EBRD
The pandemic and the war in Ukraine turned the country upside down. the economy, warns the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in a report published this Tuesday (to read here in English).
Such a conjunction of events, which would have already been difficult to manage for governments or businesses if it was spread over a decade, “happened in the space of just three years” Beata Javorcik, Chief Economist at; the Berd.
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06:52: Moscow wants to avenge its soldiers
The Kremlin has promised to punish those responsible for the death of a group of Russian soldiers in Ukraine, denounced by Moscow as an execution. kyiv affirms for its part that these soldiers were killed after a false surrender.
06:40 am: Call for Evacuate Kherson for the winter
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Reintegration of Temporarily Occupied Territories in Ukraine, Iryna Vereshchuk, called on residents of Kherson to “evacuate for the winter to safer parts of the country”, especially women, children and the elderly.
06:25: Welcome to this new Live
Hello & agrave; all and to all. Like every day, the editorial staff of 20 Minutes is mobilized to give you the latest information on the conflict. This war is particularly hard on civilians. According to the United States, there is growing evidence that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine “has been accompanied by systematic war crimes committed in all regions where the Russian forces were deployed.” And the coming months promise to be even more difficult for the population. The WHO has warned that winter will threaten the lives of millions of Ukrainians, after a series of devastating Russian strikes on the country’s energy infrastructure.