Ukraine latest news. Aiea, central Zaporozhzhia is “out of control”


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  • Borrell, EU and US united in repelling attack on Russia

    “The United States and the EU continue to work side by side to repel Russia’s attack on Ukraine and the global system and economy.” Josep Borrell, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, wrote on Twitter about his meeting with the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken. “We also discussed the JCPOA nuclear deal with Iran and how to preserve peace and stability through it

  • Amnesty, Kiev forces tactics have endangered civilians

    ‘In an attempt to repel the Russian invasion that began in February, Ukrainian forces have endangered the civilian population by setting up bases and using armaments inside population centers, including in schools and hospitals. These tactics violate international humanitarian law by transforming civilian targets into military targets. The Russian attacks that followed killed civilians and destroyed civilian infrastructure. ‘ This is what Amnesty International declared at the end of a search lasting several weeks, between April and July, in the Kharkiv, Donbass and Mykolaiv regions. The organization visited locations affected by the attacks, interviewed survivors, witnesses and relatives of victims, analyzed the weapons used and carried out further research remotely. Amnesty International researchers found evidence that Ukrainian forces have launched attacks from population centers, sometimes from inside civilian buildings, in 19 towns and villages. To further validate this evidence, the human rights organization’s Crisis Evidence Lab used satellite imagery. Most of the population centers where the Ukrainian soldiers were located were miles away from the front lines and, therefore, there would have been alternatives that could have avoided endangering the civilian population. Amnesty International ‘is not aware of any cases in which the Ukrainian army which had installed itself in civilian buildings within population centers asked residents to evacuate surrounding buildings or provided assistance in doing so. In this way, it has failed to take all possible precautions to protect civilian populations. ‘

  • ECB: war and inflation shadows on growth prospects

    High inflation, supply bottlenecks and uncertainty “are casting more than a shadow on the outlook for the second half of 2022 and beyond”. The ECB writes in the Economic Bulletin, noting that “Russia’s unjustified aggression against Ukraine represents a persistent brake on growth” and “the impact of high inflation on purchasing power, the persisting constraints on the side of supply and greater uncertainty exert a dampening effect on the economy ”. Businesses continue to face higher costs and disruptions in supply chains, although there are timid signs of easing some supply-side bottlenecks.

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Ukraine latest news. Aiea, central Zaporozhzhia is “out of control”

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