A drone strike on a Port in Crimea was repelled. Ukrainians get a glimpse of Russian fortifications.
Why would Victor Orban wear a football scarf with a map depicting greater Hungary, including parts of Hungary’s neighbor’s Countries? Inflammatory? Wishful thinking? Joke?
Fighting continues around the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant. Russia constantly jeopardizing the lives of innocent civilians and hoping to provoke a nuclear incident.
The G20 is capping the price of Russian export oil, cutting into Putin’s funds. The War continues and it’s reporters hope it will end by March, with a ceasefire and withdrawal of all Russian troops.
Ukrainians needing basic services if Russia knocks out power stations and other facilities this winter can turn to special “invincibility centres,” president Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Tuesday. Thousands of centres spread across the country will offer electricity, heat, water, internet service, mobile phone connections and a pharmacy, free of charge and around the clock. “If massive Russian strikes happen again and it’s clear power will not be restored for hours, the ‘invincibility centres’ will go into action with all key services,” Zelenskiy said.
Ukrainians are likely to live with blackouts at least until the end of March, the head of a major energy provider said, as the government started free evacuations for people in Kherson to other regions.
Kyiv will summon the Hungarian ambassador to protest that prime minister Viktor Orbán went to a football match wearing a scarf depicting some Ukrainian territory as part of Hungary, the Ukrainian foreign ministry said on Tuesday. Ukrainian media showed images of Orbán meeting a Hungarian footballer wearing a scarf which the outlet Ukrainska Pravda said depicted a map of “Greater Hungary” including territory that is now part of the neighbouring states of Austria, Slovakia, Romania, Croatia, Serbia and Ukraine.