March 30, 2023

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The Russo-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 338 of the Invasion | Ukraine

  • Ukrainian civilians scrambled to take cover Thursday as Russia unleashed a barrage of missiles and drones across the country, killing at least 11 people.a day after Kyiv won pledges to bring tanks into the battlefield to combat Moscow’s invasion of Western countries.

  • A top aide to President Volodymyr Zelensky said Thursday that Ukrainian government officials who shirk their duties during the war will be quickly removed. amid a crackdown on corruption. More than a dozen officials were sacked this week after a series of scandals and allegations of graft. Political analysts said Zelensky needs to show his Western partners and war-weary Ukrainians that he is serious about punishing misrule.

  • Ukrainian skeleton racer Vladislav Heraskewicz criticized the International Olympic Committee on Thursday To consider allowing Russian and Belarusian athletes to return to international competitions.

  • Russia’s Finance Ministry has proposed removing liquidity restrictions for spending on “anti-crisis” investments from the National Wealth Fund (NWF), Referring to the need to support the main sectors in light of the difficult geopolitical conditions.

  • the UK hopes for Challenger 2 tanks that supply it Ukraine He will arrive in the country at the end of March, defense minister Alex Chalke He said on Thursday.

  • Russian authorities Appointed independent news agency Meduza “An Undesirable Organization” on Thursday, The site is effectively prohibited from being operated on Russia and prohibiting any Russian from cooperating with Medusa or her journalists.

  • The Central Bank of Ukraine’s foreign exchange reserves will stand at around $30 billion at the end of January, Deputy Governor Yuri Haliti told reporters on Thursday, according to Reuters.

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  • A high-ranking Ukrainian intelligence agent was arrested on charges of spying for him Russia It highlighted the urgent need to clean up the country key security serviceAnd a said the former vice president of the agency.

  • Canada has confirmed that it will send 4 Leopard tanks to the Ukrainian forces. AFP reports.