News and information from Ukraine

Dispatches from Ukraine, provided by the editorial team of Forbes Ukraine.

As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine continues and war rages on, reliable sources of information are essential. Forbes Ukraine journalists collect information and provide updates on the situation.

Sunday July 10. Day 137.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said Russian forces were continuing their attacks on his country with 34 airstrikes carried out on July 9 and there was no “operational pause”.

Chasiv Yar. According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, a Russian rocket strike on a residential building in the town of Chasiv Yar in the Donetsk region left at least 15 civilians dead and 6 injured. It is believed that there are 23 people left. under the rubble.

Kharkiv. Kharkiv Governor Oleh Synyehubov reports that Russian forces launched a rocket strike on the city of Kharkiv, injuring one person. Overall, as a result of the Russian shelling of the Kharkiv region, one civilian was killed and four injured.

Ukrainian Defense Minister Oleksii Reznikov told British newspaper The Times that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky ordered the military command to prepare for the liberation of the occupied territories in southern Ukraine.

According to a report published by The New York Times

, Biden administration fears possible reduction in Western support for Ukraine as war fatigue sets in and other issues become more pressing. The administration is seeking to formulate a long-term strategy for providing Ukraine with military and financial assistance, and the issue of purchasing Soviet-made weapon remnants is expected to be raised during the US president’s upcoming diplomatic trip to Ukraine. Middle East.

The French Minister of Economy and Finance, Bruno Le Maire, warned that as the war drags on and Europe enters the heating season, a complete Russian gas cut could become the most likely scenario as Moscow may attempt to pressure EU states that depend on it for hydrocarbon supplies to limit their support for Ukraine.

According to Ukrainian Prime Minister Denys Smyhal, Ukraine is set to receive $1.7 billion in financial assistance from a single-donor trust fund set up by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD), the International Development Association (IDA) and the USAI


Ukrainian Minister of Community and Territorial Development Oleksiy Chernyshov announced that the Council of Europe Development Bank gave the green light to Ukraine’s application for membership, as well as funds to support Ukrainian refugees in EU countries.

Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources, Jonathan Wilkinson announced this the Canadian government has taken the decision to return to Germany the turbines necessary for the operation of the Nord Stream 1 gas pipeline. Ukraine’s foreign and energy ministries criticized the decision, saying the Russian demands had no technological basis, and called on the Canadian government to reconsider its decision.

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