UNICEF warns of future “catastrophic outbreak” in world malnutrition rate
The “unprecedented” food crisis? Since the start of the war in Ukraine, major European powers have been warning of the long-term consequences of the conflict, especially agricultural production and exports of Russian and / or Ukrainian goods to the southern hemisphere. This Monday, the UNICEF alarm goes off.
“The world is now on the brink of an explosion of preventable infant mortality and childhood waste,” warns UNICEF Director-General Catherine Russell.
Expelling Ukrainian soldiers from the Azovstale: ‘Ukraine needs living heroes,’ says Zhelensky.
More than 260 Ukrainian soldiers, and therefore 53 wounded, were stationed at the Azovstal factory in Mariupol. The last stronghold of the Ukrainian opposition in MariupolOn Monday they were evacuated to areas under the control of pro-Russian and Russian forces. Kiev announced. In the evening, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zhelensky issued a clear message: “Ukraine needs living Ukrainian heroes.”
“It is our policy to have 260 Ukrainian fighters in two cities in the east, with no possibility of moving west. I think everyone will understand these words,” he said.
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More than 260 Ukrainian fighters were expelled from Azovstal
More than 260 Ukrainian militants were evacuated from the Azovstel steelworks on Monday, including 53 wounded. The last stronghold of the Ukrainian opposition in MariupolAnnounced by a Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Kanna Malyar.
“On May 16, 53 seriously wounded were evacuated from Azovstal to Novosibirsk for medical assistance, and 211 were evacuated to Olenivka via the Humanitarian Corridor,” he said, adding that the two locations were in territory controlled by Russian and pro-Russian forces. A video indicates that they will be “exchanged” later.
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