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Poland and France are ready to transfer F-16 aircraft to Ukraine, but with conditions; In Ukraine, they will sell chicken eggs in a new way. Perild.com highlights the main events of yesterday.
Poland is ready to transfer F-16 aircraft to Ukraine, but with the condition
Poland is ready to provide Ukraine with its F-16 aircraft, but this is possible only in coordination with NATO. This was stated by Prime Minister of Poland Mateusz Morawiecki. Morawiecki’s statement was reacted to in the Office of the President. According to Andriy Yermak, the head of the OP, work on obtaining F-16 fighters continues.
Macron called the conditions for the transfer of fighters to Ukraine
French President Emmanuel Macron said that he has no taboo on the transfer of military assistance to Kyiv. He said this when answering a question about the possibility of supplying fighter jets to Ukraine. At the same time, Macron stressed that assistance to Ukraine should not cause an escalation or “weaken the French army.”
In Ukraine, they will sell chicken eggs in a new way
Ukraine has published a draft order on the approval of the requirements for chicken eggs. According to the requirements, eggs will be sorted according to their quality and weight. In addition, chicken eggs will be divided into two classes A and B. Eggs belonging to class A must be clean, with an intact shell, with an inactive yolk without clear contours. In addition, such eggs should be free of foreign odors. Eggs will be divided into four categories from XL to S according to size.
The EU Ambassador voiced the topics of the EU-Ukraine summit
The Ukraine-EU summit will discuss the military situation, the peace plan of President Volodymyr Zelensky and support for Ukraine from partners. This was told by the Ambassador of the European Union to Ukraine Matti Maasikas. According to the diplomat, Brussels is also discussing Ukraine’s progress in working on EU recommendations related to granting candidate status for EU membership. Therefore, the range of questions is quite large.
Zelensky met with Prime Minister of Denmark in Mykolaiv
President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with Danish Prime Minister Matte Frederiksen in Mykolaiv. Together with Frederiksen, Zelensky visited the wounded Ukrainian defenders in one of the hospitals in Mykolaiv and the seaport. “Today, as part of the restoration patronage that Denmark has taken over Mykolaiv, together with Prime Minister Matte Frederiksen, we visited the Mykolaiv Sea Trade Port. We examined the oil storage tanks destroyed as a result of attacks by enemy missiles and drones,” the President noted. Zelensky also held a meeting with local authorities on the current situation in the region.
PMC Wagner received missiles from North Korea – Stoltenberg
North Korea has supplied missiles for Russian mercenaries from the PMC Wagner, who are participating in the war against Ukraine. This was stated by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. “North Korea supplied missiles to the Russian Wagner Group, further fueling Russia’s aggressive war against Ukraine,” Stoltenberg said.
The General Staff announced the destruction of enemy reconnaissance
The Ukrainian military could completely destroy the reconnaissance company of the Russian aggressors, which participated in the assault on the city of Vuhledar. We are talking about a unit of the 155th Marine Brigade of the Pacific Fleet of the Russian Federation, which had already “get in the teeth” in Ukraine. It is known that a reconnaissance company usually consists of 50-80 soldiers.
The Cabinet determined in what cases officials can travel abroad
Officials and deputies can travel abroad on a business trip, for treatment, in the event of the death of a family member and to visit children by a single parent. This is stated in the government decree.
A program to exchange old lamps for LEDs has started in Ukraine
Starting January 30, Ukrainians can exchange five incandescent lamps for the same number of energy-saving LED lamps at Ukrposhta offices. This was announced by First Vice Prime Minister – Minister of Economy Yulia Sviridenko. The project will last several months, its goal is to provide Ukrainians with 50 million lamps for free. So far, 30 million light bulbs have been provided by the European Union, another 5 million by the French government.
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