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DIRECT. War in Ukraine: Zelensky expects prolonged Russian drone attack


Moscow admitted on Monday the death of 63 of its soldiers in Ukraine, killed in a Ukrainian strike near Donetsk. It's the biggest loss

The essential

  • Russia on Monday acknowledged the death of 63 of its soldiers in Ukraine, killed in a Ukrainian strike in separatist territory in the east of the country, the heaviest losses in a single attack admitted by Moscow since the start of the invasion.

  • A new airstrike targeted kyiv at dawn on Monday, after a New Year's Day marked by dozens of Russian strikes in Ukraine that left at least five people dead and dozens injured.

  • The reference price of natural gas in Europe is for one megawatt hour oscillated on Monday around 73 euros, the lowest since February 21, 2022.


The 18 billion euros of EU support for Ukraine will be distributed in monthly installments

The European Union will soon start distributing the 18 billion euros to Ukraine in monthly installments, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has announced.

The first tranche of aid is expected to arrive by the end of this month, with a batch of LED lights, school buses, generators and modular homes. 


The EU-Ukraine summit on February 3 will take place in Kyiv

The February 3 EU-Ukraine summit will take place in Kyiv and not Brussels, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's office said after a phone call with European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen.

For the EU, only Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel, the President of the European Council, will participate.

There will therefore be no Head of State or Government. 


Prolonged 'Shaheed' drone attack reportedly planned by Russia

In his last overnight video message, President Zelensky believes that Russia may have planned a prolonged "Shahed" drone attack on the country.

However, according to him, "more than 80 enemy drones were shot down in the skies of Ukraine in just two days of the new year". 


No, Bonduelle did not send food parcels to Russian soldiers

The French group Bonduelle formally denied on Monday having distributed food parcels to Russian soldiers accompanied by a message to wish them a "quick victory" in Ukraine, after accusations on social networks, calling for a boycott of the brand.



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Source: leparis

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