Giorgia Meloni visited kyiv this Tuesday to express their support and admiration for the fighting capacity of the Ukrainian people in the defense of their freedom and sovereignty.
Peace with an end to invasion
The Italian prime minister has compared it to the story of the birth of her own country, which at the time was denied its existence as a nation, she has said, as Russia is now doing with Ukraine. And she has assured that any possibility of peace depends on Vladimir Putin putting an end to the invasion, calling the threats of the Russian president propaganda.
It has also announced the organization of a conference for the reconstruction of Ukraine next April.
Russian bombings in Jerson
On the ground, Russian shells have killed at least six people in the city of Kherson. President Zelensky assured in his nightly message that this had been Russia’s true message to the world.
In Kharkov, a group of specialists continues to deactivate and remove Russian explosives, which pose a danger to the population.
The mines that mutilate in Kharkiv
The country’s second largest city, recently recaptured by the Ukrainian army, was the scene of heavy fighting.
Unexploded ordnance maims or kills civilians.
“It happens again and again that people walk on land that has been mined or contaminated with other explosives, often with fatal consequences,” explains Maxim Yurievich, a member of Civil Protection. “If they don’t die, they are often seriously injured, losing arms or legs.”
Health care at local hospitals will be limited**. The World Health Organization has documented that 1,200 facilities have been directly or indirectly damaged** by the bombing. 173 hospitals have been rendered unusable.
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