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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: “Ukraine has created a historic precedent thanks to its courage”, judge Zelensky – Le Parisien

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12:52 Russian soldier Vadim Chichimarine sentenced to life in prison for war crime 12:12232 children killed 232 children have been killed and 431 children have been injured or injured in Ukraine since the start of the conflict, according to the Prosecutor General of the Ukraine. Most children were affected, particularly in the Donetsk region (145), the kyiv region (116) or in the Kharkiv region. On May 21, a 7-year-old girl was injured in the Russian shelling of the village of Molodetske in the Kherson region. Russian shelling and attacks on Ukrainian cities, towns and villages damaged 1,837 educational institutions. Among them, 172 are completely destroyed. from Davos. The Head of State continues, insisting on the need to put in place “maximum sanctions against Russia”. “We need 5 billion dollars to resist in the coming months”, he says. 11:30 Zelensky speaks at the Davos forum Volodymyr Zelensky at the Davos Economic Forum. “We have created a historic precedent thanks to our courage. We did not listen to those who said that we would not hold out” against Russia, continues the head of state. AFP 10:59 EU budgetary rules still suspended in 2023 The budgetary discipline rules imposed on the States of – which have not been applied since March 2020 – will remain suspended in 2023 due to the economic shock caused by the war in Ukraine, announces the European Commission. “Increased uncertainty and significant downside risks to the economic outlook amid the war in Ukraine, unprecedented energy price hikes and ongoing supply chain disruptions warrant the extension” of this suspension. , explains the European executive. LP / Matthieu de Martignac 10:50 What scenario for the future? How will the conflict evolve? For the MEP and specialist in geopolitics, Bernard Guetta, three scenarios are on the table: either “Putin conquers 3 square centimeters more and proclaims a great victory”, or “a sort of coup d’etat in Moscow” occurs. The other possibility is still that “the war drags on”, continues the deputy. “After three months of war, the largest country in the world (…) has only managed to conquer a border strip of Ukraine”, he still judges. 10:31 Dalkia gives up its activities in RussiaDalkia, an EDF subsidiary specializing in energy services, announces the sale of all of its activities in Russia to local management. euros in annual turnover, “said the company in a brief press release. LP / Olivier BOITET. 10:00 Attacks on health teams in Ukraine A total of 248 attacks against health services were carried out in Ukraine, reports the World Health Organization (WHO), which lists “about thirty” recent in the country. These attacks observed since February 24, the date of the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, have killed 75 people and injured 59 others, deplores the organization. 09:37A train to evacuate residents in DonetskThe Ukrainian governor of the city of Luhansk, Serhiy Haidai, indicates on Telegram that an evacuation train will be set up free of charge this Monday from 4:30 p.m. local time (i.e. 3:30 p.m. in Paris) for take the inhabitants of the city of Pokrovsk in Donetsk, apart from that of Lviv, located further west of the country. LP / Philippe de Poulpiquet09:10 More returns to the country According to the governor of the city of Lviv, Maksym Kozytskyi, the number of people returning to Ukraine and greater than that of departures in the last 24 hours. The local elected official reported 32,000 departures and 44,000 returns during his daily update. many neighborhoods. Three months of fighting put hundreds of thousands of inhabitants to flight and left an unknown, but undoubtedly enormous, number of dead in this port city which had more than half a million inhabitants before the battle. REUTERS/Alexander Ermoshenko08:14Russia must pay ‘long term’ price, says BidenAccording to US President Joe Biden, Russia must pay the ‘long term’ price for its invasion of Ukraine. “It’s not just about Ukraine,” insists the head of state from Tokyo. Because if “the sanctions were not maintained in many respects, then what signal would that send to China about the cost of an attempt to take Taiwan by force? “, he wondered. AFP / Jim Watson 07:57 New Zealand to provide military aid to Ukraine New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces that her country will send around 30 soldiers to the United Kingdom to help train Ukrainian soldiers, in particular for the use of the L119 light guns. “We have been very clear throughout Russia’s assault on Ukraine that such a blatant attack on innocent lives and the sovereignty of another country is a mistake,” she insisted. AFP07:32Boris Johnson pays tribute to the “courage” of Ukrainian childrenBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson paid tribute to the “courage” of Ukrainian children in a letter addressed to them, reports The Independent. The head of government first said he was “very sad” not to see young people in the streets and parks of kyiv, during his visit to the capital last month. “Every day, Ukrainian children teach us all about being strong and dignified, about holding our heads up high even in the most difficult times. I can think of no better role model for children and adults around the world,” he said. Matt Dunham / AFP07:16 Southern Ukraine in sight? Russian forces likely preparing to continue their offensive in southern Ukraine, according to the Institute for the Study of War cited by the Kyiv Independent. According to kyiv, enemy troops are strengthening their air defense in the region, building secondary defense lines and preparing for new offensives. 06:59 A verdict expected in the first trial for war crimes In kyiv, the verdict in the first trial for war crimes must be delivered on Monday. A 21-year-old Russian soldier is accused of killing a 62-year-old civilian who was pushing his bike while on the phone. During the trial last week, Vadim Chichimarine said he was “sincerely sorry” and “asked forgiveness” from the victim’s widow, justifying his action by the “orders” received at that time. The prosecutor requested life imprisonment.AFP / Sergei Supinsky06:48A mayor, installed by Moscow, injured in an explosion at EnergodarInstalled by Moscow, the mayor of Energodar, a city in southern Ukraine hosting the largest nuclear power plant in Europe, was injured in an explosion, according to a Ukrainian official. Andrei Shevtchik was appointed mayor after Russian troops took control of this city and the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant located on its territory. Dmytro Orlov, elected mayor of Energodar, indicates that he and his guards were in hospital “with injuries of varying severity”. The circumstances of the explosion remain to be clarified.Andrey BORODULIN / AFP06:20More than 100 million displaced people in the world“The figure of 100 million is striking, a source of concern and gives food for thought. This is a figure that should never have been reached,” said UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi.REUTERS/Paul Ratje06:16Severodonetsk under fire from Moscow “around the clock” The situation is becoming “increasingly difficult” for Ukrainians in the Donbass. “All Russian forces are concentrated in the Lugansk and Donetsk regions,” according to Sergiï Gaïdaï, governor of the Lugansk region, who . Same with armament. Crucial point of this battle of Donbass, Severodonetsk, in the Lugansk region, is under fire from Moscow “24 hours a day”, the governor was indignant. “They are using scorched earth tactics, they are deliberately destroying the city” with aerial bombardments, multiple rocket launchers, mortars or tanks firing at buildings, he added. AFP/ FADEL SENNA05: 51Hello! And welcome to this live broadcast. Here you can follow the developments and consequences of this 89th day of the Russian invasion.

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