Considerable avalanche danger is expected in the Carpathian mountains.
Accidents and Emergencies
Water supply has been resumed in the city of Toretsk, the press center of the Joint Forces Operation wrote on Facebook.
On January 14, wind gusts of 15–20 m / s, snowstorm and sleet are expected in Ukraine; significant avalanche danger still remains in the Carpathian mountains.
Last year, the number of road traffic accidents in Ukraine was 12,406 less compared with 2017.
Turkish rescuers have found the bodies of two sailors who died in a ship accident off the coast of Samsun Province on January 7, Ukraine's Ambassador to Turkey Andriy Sybiha has said.
On January 8-9, significant avalanche danger is expected in the mountainous areas of Zakarpattia, Ivano-Frankivsk and Lviv regions, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine reports.
Ukrainian Consul to Turkey Andriy Sybiha has visited Ukrainian sailors who were injured in the sinking of the Volgo-Balt 214 cargo ship off the Turkish province of Samsun.
Four citizens of Ukraine were killed after a cargo ship sank off Turkey's Black Sea coast, Ukrainian Ambassador to Turkey Andrii Sybiha has said.
Two people died and another four were missing on Monday, January 7, after a ship carrying coal sent a distress signal off the northern coast of Turkey.
A significant avalanche danger is expected in the Carpathian mountains due to snowstorms.
Five populated areas in two regions of Ukraine still remain without electricity due to adverse weather conditions, the State Emergency Service of Ukraine has reported.
On January 4-5, a significant deterioration of weather conditions is expected in six regions of Ukraine.
A significant avalanche danger remains in the Carpathian mountains due to snowstorms.
Ukraine's Cabinet of Ministers has approved a draft intergovernmental memorandum on the financing of the prosecution of those guilty of the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which took place in Donetsk region on July 17, 2014.