The image of a country in the international arena is shaped by its economic potential, cultural richness, and political reputation. One of the markers of success is hosting major sporting events, such as the Olympic Games or the World Cup. In addition to attracting investment and developing infrastructure and tourism, organizing international events helps to improve the host country’s political reputation.
War in Ukraine. Day 455. Monthly update 2023, #3.
Deputy Chairman of the National Security, Defense and Intelligence Committee Yuriy Aristov announced that the amount of direct and only documented material losses amounted to $143.8 billion. The most affected are residential buildings (37.3%), infrastructure (25.2%), assets of enterprises and industry (7.9%), education facilities (6.2%), agriculture and land resources (6.1%), energy infrastructure (5.6%).
Language freedom: decolonizing Ukrainian publishing 🇺🇦🇬🇧
Inna Bilonozhko, book analyst and auditor, MA in Finance (Ukraine) and International Publishing (UK) Olena Kifenko, translator Usually, colonialism in…
14 months of Ukraine’s resistance: Russia-Ukraine war in numbers
As of April 18, 22904 civilian casualties were recorded as a result of Russia’s all-out invasion of Ukraine, including 8534 killed and 14370 injured according to UN OHCHR. OHCHR believes that the actual figures are considerably higher, as the receipt of information from some locations with intense hostilities has been delayed and many reports are still pending corroboration.
War in Ukraine. Day 412. Monthly update 2023, #2.
‘The full year of war has resulted in more than US$135 billion in direct damage to buildings and Infrastructure,’ indicates the second Rapid Damage and Needs Assessment, jointly developed by the World Bank Group, the Government of Ukraine, the European Commission, and the United Nations. The most affected sectors have been housing (38 percent), transport (26 percent), energy (8 percent), commerce and industry (8 percent), and agriculture (6 percent). 6 regions have sustained the greatest direct damages – Donetsk, Kharkiv, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhi, Kyiv, and Kherson regions.
13 months of Ukraine’s resistance: Russia-Ukraine war in numbers
As of March 20, 22,209 civilian casualties were recorded as a result of Russia’s all-out invasion of Ukraine, including 8317 killed and 13892 injured according to UN OHCHR. OHCHR believes that the actual figures are considerably higher, as the receipt of information from some locations where intense hostilities have been going on has been delayed and many reports are still pending corroboration.
War in Ukraine. Day 388. Monthly update 2023, #1.
“There can be no peace without accountability,” said Roberta Metsola during her March address at the “United for Justice” conference, hosted by the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine in Lviv, Ukraine from 3-5 March. Discussions on the accountability for the Russian Federation’s aggression against Ukraine remain a top priority.
12 months of Ukraine’s resistance: Russia-Ukraine war in numbers
February 24, marks one year since Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This attack was the culmination of a war of aggression that has been going on for 9 years. Here are the key facts and figures about this year.
We stand in solidarity with the people of Georgia!
Since yesterday we observe how people of Georgia went once again at the streets to show their determined desire for free democratic state and its further European integration.
War in Ukraine. Day 366
Today marks one year since Russia’s unprovoked full-scale invasion in Ukraine. 365 days of fear and losses. 365 days of…