September 22, 2023

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Long live Ukraine.  Wounded in the Russian attack on Odessa – traffic resumes on the Crimean Bridge after a short interruption |  outside

Long live Ukraine. Wounded in the Russian attack on Odessa – traffic resumes on the Crimean Bridge after a short interruption | outside


Ukraine: Wounded in Russian drone strikes on Odessa

via Russian drone strikes In the Ukrainian Odessa region certain night from Saturday to Sunday Two civilians were injured touched. This is what the Ukrainian Air Force claims. Infrastructure in Port of Odessa Is this correct? Target of attacks It has been.

Ukrainian Air Force says 22 drones destroyed to have. Overall, Russia will certainly do so 25 drone strikes were carried out. The Ukrainian Air Force said via the Telegram messaging service that the drones were launched in several waves from the south and southeast.

since Stop it Grain agreement In July, Russia again increasingly targeted the Odessa and Mykolaiv regions in southern Ukraine. There are ports and other important infrastructure for trade.

The international grain agreement allowed Ukraine to export grain through the Black Sea, but Russia terminated the agreement. However, some cargo ships are still able to sail from Ukraine across the Black Sea to Istanbul in Turkey.


Russian operator: Traffic resumes on the Crimean Bridge

Traffic on the main bridge linking the Russian mainland to the Crimean Peninsula was temporarily halted early Sunday. This was stated by the Russian bridge operator.

The official did not reveal the reason for the ban in the statement on his Telegram messaging channel. The Crimean Bridge has been the target of increasing air and sea drone attacks in recent months.

Russia annexed the Ukrainian peninsula in 2014, a move considered illegal by many Western governments


One of Ukraine’s richest people is being held on suspicion of fraud

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The Ukrainian judge decided that Ihor KolomoiskyOne of the richest businessmen in Ukraine, for sure Two months in detention It remains due to suspicion of fraud and money laundering.

According to the Security Service of Ukraine, Kolomoisky transferred and laundered at least $14 million (about 13 million euros) of foreign funds through banks in which he himself was involved between 2013 and 2020.

It seems that Kyiv intensifies its fight against the oligarchs Which had a great influence on Ukrainian politics for a long time. Kolomoisky is one of the entrepreneurs who amassed a large fortune after the fall of the Soviet Union. He previously owned the Ukrainian bank PrivatBank, owned an influential TV channel and was also active in the energy sector.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky referred to the case in veiled terms during his daily evening address, thanking “the authorities for their determination to bring long-standing cases to court.”

As the head of state at war stated that there is end Comes to ‘business as usual’ for ‘Those who plundered Ukraine They put themselves above the law and all rules.”

Kolomoisky threw himself But as an ally Zelensky during his election in 2019. But now The president distanced himself from the businessman His Ukrainian citizenship was reportedly revoked. Kolomoisky is also subject to US sanctions.

The businessman announced through his lawyer that he would appeal the ruling.