Updates from Ukraine
⚡️ Ukraine’s military has liberated over 2,400 square kilometers in Kherson Oblast.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) October 7, 2022
Deputy Head of the President’s Office Kyrylo Tymoshenko reported on Oct. 7 that Ukraine has also evacuated 22,118 civilians, including 3,531 children, from Russian-occupied parts of the region.
⚡️ Zelensky: IMF executive board approves $1.3 billion package.— The Kyiv Independent (@KyivIndependent) October 7, 2022
President Volodymyr Zelensky announced on Oct. 7 that the allocation was approved under the International Monetary Fund’s Rapid Financing Instrument.
NATO should accept Ukraine after the victory over Russia, otherwise there is no sense in having the alliance, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Gabrielius Landsbergis saidhttps://t.co/2R1YbOyBQo— The New Voice of Ukraine (@NewVoiceUkraine) October 8, 2022
USAID Administrator Samantha Power in Kyiv: "The message that I was able to convey on behalf of President Biden and the American people is that we will be with the people of Ukraine for as long as it takes." https://t.co/jbBgRsrRV1— Euromaidan Press (@EuromaidanPress) October 7, 2022
Scholz says conference on October 25 in Berlin will discuss tools to help Ukraine sustainably and reconstruction of Ukraine will take a generation.— CGTN Africa (@cgtnafrica) October 7, 2022
The Executive Board of the IMF has just supported the provision of about $1.3 billion to Ukraine under the Rapid Financing Instrument. The money will go to Ukraine today. Thanks @KGeorgieva and the IMF Executive Board for the support!— Володимир Зеленський (@ZelenskyyUa) October 7, 2022
I am grateful to all members of the Ukrainian parliament who adopted — by an overwhelming majority — an appeal to the international community on the need to establish a Special tribunal for the crime of aggression against Ukraine. Putin and his entourage must be held accountable.— Dmytro Kuleba (@DmytroKuleba) October 7, 2022
Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin,— Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine – Ukrainian Parliament (@ua_parliament) October 7, 2022
“The way out of the conflict is for russia to leave #Ukraine".
🇺🇦 🤝🏼 🇫🇮 #StandWithUkraine#UkraineWillWin pic.twitter.com/oNiq6H2o71
At the informal #EUCO 🇪🇺 in Prague today we will discuss the situation in Ukraine and the response to RU’s steps in escalating the conflict. EU will continue to provide financial, political, military, and humanitarian support to 🇺🇦. pic.twitter.com/NbtYqqW9xW— Klaus Iohannis (@KlausIohannis) October 7, 2022
“Prague sends out a clear signal: The states of 🇪🇺 stand firmly by Ukraine's side. We support #Ukraine in defending its sovereignty and territorial integrity. And we will not relent in these efforts,” underlines @bundeskanzler #Scholz after today’s informal EU leaders meeting. pic.twitter.com/jSKvASD43M— Germany in the EU (@germanyintheeu) October 7, 2022
Ukraine Feeds the World
“What Saudi Arabia did to help Putin continue to wage his despicable, vicious war against Ukraine will long be remembered by Americans,” the Senate majority leader said. https://t.co/XxcPBUzQZZ— HuffPost (@HuffPost) October 8, 2022
A measure of Russian influence in Africa: not a single African country was willing to vote for the establishment of a UN rapporteur to examine human rights issues in Russia. https://t.co/e77iNqgUUo— Geoffrey York (@geoffreyyork) October 7, 2022