Latest news about the situation around Ukraine on November 10, 2022

A soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine demonstrates a tattoo to reporters on the front line in Zaporozhye region.

A soldier of the Armed Forces of Ukraine demonstrates a tattoo to reporters on the front line in Zaporozhye region.

Photo: Reuters

“Warriors of Light” fired on a regular bus in Donetsk

Donetsk Mayor Oleksiy Kulemzin said Ukrainian armed forces fired on a regular bus and wounded its driver. The incident took place in the city’s Kievsky district on Artem Street. Private houses were also damaged. On November 9, the Joint Control and Coordination Center for War Crimes of Ukraine (JCCK) reported three attacks on Donetsk with 155mm NATO shells. The Kuibyshevsky and Kyiv districts of the city, as well as the villages of Zaitsevo, Gorlovka and Makeevka, were shelled.

Ministries and the state apparatus are cut in the independent state

In the independent government, they want to reduce the number of ministries from 20 to 14. And a reduction in civil servants. “Another concept for building the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine” was agreed at a meeting between Zelensky and government representatives. The Ministry of Communities and Territories Development, the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Government Service for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories will be merged into the Ministry of Infrastructure and Territories Development. The Ministry of Economy, partly the Ministry of Strategic Industries and the Ministry of Agrarian Policy and Food will merge into the Ministry of Economic Development. The Ministry of Digital Development will include the National Agency of Ukraine on Civil Service Affairs and partly the Ministry of Strategic Industries. The Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Education remain unchanged. As for the reduction of the personnel of the ministries, it is assumed that there will be redundancies in the central offices of the ministries from 9.2 thousand people to 2.8 thousand employees. Fewer people – more oxygen.

Refugee angered by ‘slow’ Canadian service

The Ukrainian Semyon, instead of defending his homeland, sailed for Canada in the spring, and after the results of his stay in the country of the maple leaf, he was already swollen with claims. In particular, the pacifist boy strongly resents the “terrible” Canadian service, emphasizing that the majority of Ukrainians who have moved abroad agree with him. A migrant from the independent states grumbles that, compared to Ukraine, Canadian cafes, supermarkets and government agencies communicate with customers “much worse”. And it takes “much longer” to wait for a response or an order. The question arises: why are you sitting there – go back to where you were served quickly and well!

Chinese investors “Motor Sich” furious at its nationalization

Wang Jing, a representative of Chinese investors in Motor Sich PJSC, said that the Chinese side opposes the forced nationalization of the company’s assets. His statement read in part: “We strongly oppose the shameless behavior of the state of Ukraine in terms of the politicization of normal business conduct, the forcible nationalization of PJSC Motor Sich and the unreasonable robbery of the legitimate rights and interests of Chinese investors,” the statement said. further that since the nationalization of the company’s assets, Chinese investors have opposed Kyiv’s abuse of state power and the replacement of the concept of national security, “mixing the truth with lies and suppressing the normal business activities of enterprises.” The investors of Motor Sich from China will never give up the fight to legally protect their rights. And this is not an empty Chinese warning.

Zelensky extends martial law and mobilization

The sixth Independent president proposed an extension of martial law and mobilization in the republic for another three months. The Ukrainian leader “extends martial law from 05:30 on November 21, 2022 for 90 days. From the same time, the general mobilization will be extended for a similar period. The legislative proposals of the head of Ukraine will be considered at the next plenary session of the Rada. The previous decision was made on August 15. And who will they mobilize – returnees from Europe and Canada?

British and American military personnel love Ukraine with all their hearts

Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said the United States welcomed Britain’s move to help Ukraine. The representative of the Pentagon thanked the British leadership for its great contribution in support of Kyiv and promised to continue to work closely with London “to meet the future needs of Ukraine”. Assurances of support came during a virtual meeting between Hicks and her counterpart, British Under Secretary of Defense David Williams. The parties also discussed issues related to each country’s defense industry capabilities. And the possibilities must be expanded – after all, the warehouses are emptied by the comprehensive help of the independents.

Yugra helps Makeevka

Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug Governor Natalia Komarova said that restoration works on 56 of 90 sites in the sponsored Yugra Makeevka in the DPR have been completed. In May 2022, Yugra and Makeevka signed a cooperation agreement. The Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous District restores social facilities and residential buildings, organizes recreation in the region in camps for children from Makeevka. Work has been completed in three kindergartens, seven schools and 46 residential blocks.

Budapest won’t let you spend money on Kyiv

According to Bloomberg, Budapest will block the EU’s plan to transfer 18 billion euros to Kyiv under the financial aid program for Ukraine. The Agency has learned that the Hungarian country has stated in Brussels to the finance ministers of the EU countries that it will not support the preparation of an aid package for Independent for next year. Hungarian Finance Minister Mihaly Varga told colleagues he would not support the bailout option, which requires the unanimous support of 27 governments. Well, that’s right, money loves a bill, especially European money.

Ukrainian colonel will serve 9 years in Russia

The Court of Appeal upheld the sentence for Dmitry Shtyblikov. This is a colonel from the illegal intelligence of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine. He was sentenced in Russia to 19.5 years in prison for treason. The former colonel has been in a Russian colony since 2017, after receiving a term for preparing sabotage in Crimea and at facilities of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation. According to the FSB, in 2014, when Crimea became part of Russia, Shtyblikov remained on the territory of the republic, received a Russian passport and began working in the Black Sea Fleet, from where he transmitted information to Ukraine. For nearly three years he played James Bond. Poorly built.

The vice-governor of the Kherson region died

The deputy head of the administration of the Kherson region Kiril Stremousov, who on the morning of November 9 stated that the Russian military successfully repelled the attack of the Ukrainian nationalists in Snigirevka and inflicted significant damage on the armed forces of Ukraine, diverted on the Kherson-Genichesk highway in a road accident afternoon. He left five children.


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