The war in Ukraine has been the central theme of different events: Today, on the third day of the World Economic Forum in Davosthe intervention by videoconference by President Volodímir Zelenski, is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated.
In it australian open, the flags of Russia and Belarus have been banned at matches, after a group of four attendees hung a Russian flag on a hedge, an act Ukrainian fans called a provocation.
But in ukrainian terrainthe war has caused important changes in the government of the country.
Oleksii Arestovich, adviser to the Office of the Ukrainian President, resigned after suggesting that the impact of the missile on a residential building in Dnipro last Saturday could have been caused by the deviation of the same Ukrainian defenses.
In addition, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Denys Monastyrsky was helicopter crash victim. He died along with at least 16 other people, including children and two other senior ministry officials. The helicopter crashed next to a kindergarten and a residential building in Brovary, a town on the outskirts of kyiv. An investigation has been opened into the cause of the accident.
This Wednesday is a day of preparation for protests in several countries.
In France los unions prepare for general strike that they expect the country to paralyze this Thursday, in response to the reform that delays the retirement age from 62 to 64 years.
In Peru, Hundreds of protesters toured the center of Lima on Tuesday, and groups of citizens have left various regions in the south of the country for the capital, to join the protests demanding the resignation of President Dina Boluarte. All of that is in our newsletter today. Let’s go with the headlines.
In the NoComment of the day, dogs and cats were blessed in Madrid to celebrate the festival of San Antonio de Abad, patron saint of animals in Spain.
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