Zelensky, Zaluzhny, Reznikov and Budanov came to say goodbye to Da Vinci
In Kyiv, hundreds of people said goodbye to the Hero of Ukraine “Da Vinci”; The male monastery of the UOC-MP is being evicted from its premises on the Pechersk Hills. Perild.com highlights the main events of yesterday.
Thousands of Ukrainians came to say goodbye to the deceased Hero Dmitry Kotsyubaylo in Kyiv
In Kyiv, the commander of the special unit “Da Vinci’s Wolves” Dmitry Kotsyubaylo with the call sign “Da Vinci” was taken on his last journey. The Hero of Ukraine died on March 7 in the Bakhmut direction. He was 27 years old. A memorial service for the deceased soldier was held at the Mikhailovsky Golden-Domed Cathedral. After the service in the church, they said goodbye to “Da Vinci” on Independence Square. President Volodymyr Zelensky, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny, Head of the Main Intelligence Directorate Kirill Budanov, Defense Minister Oleksiy Reznikov, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin and thousands of Ukrainians came to pay their last respects to the Hero.
UOC-MP was officially asked to leave the Lavra
The Kiev-Pechersk Lavra Reserve warned the Holy Assumption Monastery of the UOC-MP that it was terminating the agreement with it on the lease of the territory and buildings of the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra from March 29. The document states that the interdepartmental working group found a violation by the monastery of the terms of the agreement dated July 19, 2013 on the use of state property provided free of charge.
Zelensky told where the most difficult situation with light
After yesterday’s missile strikes by the Russian army on power facilities, power supply in Ukraine is gradually being restored. The most difficult situation is in Kharkiv and Zhytomyr. In Kharkov, many subscribers are still disconnected, there are problems with communication in the city. In Zhytomyr, the situation is still not simple: although the system as a whole has been balanced, there may still be shutdowns.Heating networks are being resumed in Kyiv.
Zelensky denies Ukraine’s involvement in sabotage on Nord Stream
Ukraine has nothing to do with the sabotage on the Nord Stream gas pipelines, and such disinformation is beneficial only to the Russian Federation or those who do business with the aggressor country. This was stated by President Volodymyr Zelensky. Commenting on the NYT’s information about the alleged involvement of the Ukrainian side in the sabotage, Zelensky said: “We have nothing to do with this.” He suggested that such materials may appear in the Western media to slow down military aid from the West.
Belgium recognizes the Holodomor of 1932-1933 as a genocide of the Ukrainian people
The House of Representatives of Belgium officially recognized the Holodomor of 1932-1933 in Ukraine as a genocide of the Ukrainian people. The vote took place on Thursday, 9 March, and the text received unanimous support – 117 in favor and 0 against, with the exception of the Belgian Labor Party abstaining.
Ukraine received one American-made Patriot anti-aircraft missile system
Ukraine has received one of two Patriot systems promised by the US and Germany, but it has not yet entered service. Several Patriot launchers from the Netherlands are expected. Patriot is the most advanced medium-range air defense system the West has to offer for Ukraine, but it has not been tested against Russia’s Kinzhal hypersonic missiles.
Europe to cut energy consumption
The Council of the EU and the European Parliament agreed on a decision to reduce energy consumption by 11.7% by 2030. The final energy consumption should be 763 million tons of oil equivalent, and the primary – 993 million tons.
The head of the IAEA was left for a second term
The Board of Governors of the International Atomic Energy Agency has supported the reappointment of Rafael Grossi as Director General for a second term until 2027. The reappointment was approved by acclamation, that is, in a simplified manner, when none of the 35 countries that make up the Council raised objections.
Viktor Yanukovych is going to be arrested in another case
In Ukraine, former President Viktor Yanukovych will be tried in absentia for organizing the illegal transfer of persons across the state border and inciting desertion. Law enforcers note that on February 23, 2014, the ex-president acted jointly with the head of his security service and representatives of Russia. By air and sea vessels of the Russian Navy, he twice illegally crossed the state border of Ukraine and transported at least 20 people through it to a neighboring country.
An outbreak of COVID-19 occurred in the Rivne region
Rivne region leads among the number of patients with coronavirus in Ukraine. In the last week alone, five deaths and more than a thousand new patients have been recorded in the region. According to doctors, an extremely infectious strain of Omicron is now actively circulating.
Consumer price growth in Ukraine slowed down
As a result of February, consumer price growth in Ukraine slowed down to 0.7% from 0.8% in January, returning to the December level. In the consumer market in February, prices for food and non-alcoholic beverages rose by 1.5%. Over the year, among the products, the prices of eggs rose the most – by 80.3%, fruits – by 74.9%, fish and fish products – by 44.1%, vegetables – by 36.2%, sugar – by 32.5%, bread and bakery products – 26.0%, pasta – by 25.8%.
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