Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 574 days. During the night attack by Russian kamikaze drones, the production hall and the warehouse partially made available to Caritas burned down. The warehouse contained a total of 300 tons of gifts, “humanitarian aid prepared by Caritas Polska”. Here are the highlights.
> Must be delivered Ukraine more much-needed air defense systems, the US Defense Secretary said on Tuesday Lloyd Austin at a joint press conference with the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the Armed Forces USA General Mark Milley during the 15th meeting of the Contact Group on Ukraine at the US air base in Ramstein, Germany.
> While night attack by Russian drones the production hall and the warehouse partially made available to Caritas burned down. – We estimate the costs and losses of the halls and the goods stored there at approximately PLN 30 million – said Fakro CEO Ryszard Florek on TVN24. The warehouse contained a total of 300 tons of gifts, “humanitarian aid prepared by Caritas Polska,” said Marcin Majewski, media coordinator of Caritas Polska.
> USA, Germany and Great Britain provided Ukraine with the largest military aid, worth USD 44.9 billion and USD 18.3 billion, respectively. and USD 7.18 billion. The next places are taken by the EU, Denmark, Poland and the Netherlands – reports the American news portal Semafor.
> A drowning person grasps at anything he can. It’s a bit like the situation between Poland and Ukraine today, said the president Andrzej Duda, asked after the extension of the embargo on Ukrainian grain. He argued that “we must take care of our own interests.” – This is, above all, our duty and we will do it effectively and decisively – he added.
> Volodymyr Zelensky appeared in the general debate of the 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly. – Some of our friends in Europe seem to be playing off each other, but in fact they are helping to set the stage for the actor from Moscow – said the Ukrainian president.
> Latvia will send Ukraine additional mortars, air defense systems and large-caliber ammunition, announced Latvian Defense Minister Andris Spruds. “Ukraine must win and will win,” he said after a meeting with Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov.
> Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu assured Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky during a meeting on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York that the Jewish state would continue to support Kiev on humanitarian issues, including resolving the issue of anti-personnel mines, Netanyahu’s office said.
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