“My address is not a house or a street, my address is the Soviet Union…” Back in the day, every radio would occasionally play this cheery song. Designed by its author to “characterize an entire era,” this song was written in 1972, that is, at the peak of Brezhnev’s stagnation period.
Currently, more than 20 million tonnes of grain are stuck in Ukraine awaiting shipment, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said this number could rise to 75 million by the autumn, says Reuters.
Today is a #WorldFoodSafetyDay. However, as we see, the Russian war in Ukraine might not only undermine the safety of food products, but prevent millions of people from having any food. Therefore, security guarantees are needed to unblock the Ukrainian ports to ensure grain supply. President Zelenskyi said Turkey can become a mediator for the process to ensure grain export.
Prepared by Sofia Oliynyk and Maryana Zaviyska Photo: Kyiv City State Administration/Consequences of the rocket attack on the rail car … More
Ukrainian forces have recaptured around 20% of the territory they lost in the city of Severodonetsk, Luhansk region, during fighting with Russia, reports the head of the eastern region of Luhansk.
100 days of Ukraine’s resistance. February 24 has started a new timeline for people in Ukraine, who are now counting every day of resistance and loss.
Prepared by Sofia Oliynyk and Maryana Zaviyska Photo: Finbarr O’Reilly Cities under attack. Explosions were reported in Mykolaiv and Odesa. … More
Prepared by Sofia Oliynyk and Maryana Zaviyska Photo: Andrii Sadovyi/Empty school buses with toys on the seats. Such an action … More