https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie/derniere-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png https://assets-decodeurs.lemonde.fr/redacweb/ukraine-cartes-infographie /last-maj-ukraine-avancee-russe.png 30 The situation on the map Agrandir The context Live hosted by Laura Motet and Cécile Bouanchaud Contributions are temporarily disabled in this live stream. The European Union will provide additional military assistance of 500 million euros to Ukraine to help it defend itself against the Russian invasion, said the head of EU diplomacy, Josep Borrell. Ukrainian finance minister, Sergii Marchenko, the Ukrainian armed forces have spent the equivalent of 8.3 billion dollars, or 245.1 billion hryvnia, the country’s currency, since the beginning of the war. Another financial consequence of the conflict, the government was only able to collect 60% of the taxes expected for the month of April. The minister said Ukraine was in dire need of foreign aid. On Thursday, the UN Human Rights Council overwhelmingly approved the opening of an investigation into alleged atrocities to Russian occupying troops. The resolution calls for the UN’s International Commission on Ukraine to conduct an “investigation” into serious human rights violations committed in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Kharkiv and Sumy regions in late February and March 2022, ” to hold those responsible to account.” A 21-year-old Russian soldier is to stand trial for a war crime in Ukraine, the first trial on this charge in the country since its invasion by Russia. The soldier is accused of having killed with a Kalashnikov in the street an unarmed 62-year-old civilian. of Ukrainians since the start of the war at the end of February, often passing through “filtration camps” where they are subjected to “brutal” treatment. kyiv put the number of 1.2 million people deported by Moscow to Russia. Russia “is the most direct threat to the world order today with the barbaric war against Ukraine and its disturbing pact with China “, said Thursday, the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen, traveling to Japan. The President and the Prime Minister of Finland said they were in favor of joining NATO “without delay” on Thursday, a huge step towards a candidacy to be formalized on Sunday. More than six million Ukrainians have fled their country since the start of its invasion by the Russian army on February 24, reported the High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Geneva. Read all our articles, analyzes and reports on the war in Ukraine Reportage. Transnistria, a flammable pro-Russian enclave Decodings. In Kaluga, Russia, autoworkers feel the wind of sanctions coming Criticism. “Lover’s Dictionary of Ukraine”: the Ukrainian soul from A to Z Tribune. Pierre Buhler: “The Russian national interest is better served by the absence of rules than by the security order erected in 1945” Interview. Alberto Fernandez: “Sanctions don’t only have effects in Russia” Report. In the south of Moldova, a wine estate in the turmoil of the war in Ukraine Analysis. The ambiguities of Pope Francis on the war in Ukraine In pictures. With the Azov regiment in the Azovstal factory Find our live from yesterday on this link.
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