On March 26, 2022, the citizens of the Russian Federation, who are living in Prague, took to the streets to protest against Russia’s war in Ukraine and against Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Society and Culture
26 March 2022
An online discussion on "Crimes against the Environment during the War" (Zoom) will take place on March 29 at 11:00.
In the German federal state of Bavaria, supporters of the "Russian world," who display the “Z” sign of the aggressor army, will face legal repercussions.
The Center for Countering Disinformation at the National Security and Defense Council of Ukraine recommends that Ukrainians use a new fact-check bot to help them quickly identify fake news.
France, in coordination with Turkey and Greece, is planning a humanitarian operation to evacuate people from Mariupol.
Temporary housing will be built for people who have fled the war zones.
25 March 2022
In Latvia’s Riga, local activists made a coffin with a caricature of Russian President Vladimir Putin and carried it from the Museum of the Occupation to the Russian Embassy, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
On March 24-25, 2022, when the leaders of EU countries gathered for a summit in Brussels, mainly to discuss Putin’s violent aggression against Ukraine, the Ukrainian diaspora organized mass solidarity events, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
Before forcibly “evacuating” Ukrainians to Russia, the invaders force them to go through so-called filtration camps where the FSB compiles lists of "unreliable" persons.
Russian invaders destroyed the archives of the Security Service in Chernihiv region, where documents had been stored on Soviet repression of Ukrainians.
On March 24, 2022, several thousand took to the streets in Bulgaria’s Sofia to express solidarity with Ukraine in its fight against the Russian aggression.
24 March 2022
Antonov has appealed to the international aviation community and all people concerned to join efforts to revive the legendary An-225 Mriya, the world’s largest cargo aircraft, that was destroyed by Russian invaders in its home base in Hostomel outside Kyiv.
International headquarters for assistance to Ukrainians: Aspects of coordination of non-governmental assistance
An online press conference on "International headquarters for assistance to Ukrainians: Aspects of coordination of non-government assistance to Ukraine" (Zoom) will be held on March 25 at 1 p.m.
More than 50% of Ukrainians who had jobs before the war are not working at the moment, while 22% continue to work as usual.
Ukraine's struggle will result in victory because the Lord is always on the side of truth.
Ministry of Culture and Information Policy opens multicurrency charitable account to support culture and media in Ukraine
The charity account on behalf of the Minister has already been opened by the State agency of Ukraine for arts and Artistic Education.
Russian soldiers are forcing Melitopol teachers to resume classes using Russian as the language of instruction.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams took part in the ceremony of raising U.S. and Ukrainian flags in Manhattan.
22 March 2022
Chairman of the Okhtyrka district council (Sumy region) Serhiy Kirichko was released after a week of Russian captivity.
A total of 211,000 people have been already evacuated through humanitarian corridors. In particular, 32,000 people have been evacuated from Mariupol.
Today, March 22, more than 1,200 people were evacuated from Mariupol, which is constantly shelled by Russian invaders.
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias intends to personally accompany humanitarian aid heading to Mariupol, asking Russia not to obstruct the delivery.
More than 15,000 babies were born in Ukraine during Russia’s full-scale invasion of our country.
In the coming hours, Ukraine will receive more than 2 million iodine doses amid shortage which has arisen in the pharmacy network.
Boryspil Mayor Volodymyr Borysenko has called on civilians to flee the town located outside Kyiv, near the country’s major airport.
21 March 2022
A humanitarian road train carrying about 14 tonnes of humanitarian aid arrived in Ukraine from Greece within the framework of joint humanitarian initiatives of the Joint Forces Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Several thousand people marched in support of Ukraine and demanded an end to Russian aggression in the center of Vienna on Sunday evening.
Ukrainian mathematician Konstantin Olmezov, who had lived and worked in Moscow, committed suicide on March 20.
Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin says the country is prepared to embrace even more refugees fleeing the Russian invasion of Ukraine.