Day 52 of Russia’s war against Ukraine: krone.at reports live on the most important developments of the day.
The most important news of the day in short:
- The stamp, on which a Ukrainian soldier shows the middle finger to the now sunken Russian flagship Moskva, has become a sought-after collector’s item. At the main post office in Kiev, buyers queued for hours to get the coveted copies.
- According to information from Kiev, 2,500 to 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in the Russian war of aggression against Ukraine. This is what Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in an interview with CNN.
- “In the slipstream of war, some companies are making quite a bit of money,” said Oliver Picek of the Momentum Institute. Fuel prices are generally ten cents (super) to 25 cents too high for diesel.
- German Justice Minister Marco Buschmann wants to help solve war crimes in Ukraine with the help of refugees in Germany. Victims or witnesses can contact any police department.
- According to Ukrainian sources, the city of Sievjerodonetsk in the Luhansk region was heavily damaged by the Russian war of aggression.
The Russian military offensive in Ukraine is the culmination of a conflict that has been raging for years. A chronology of the events can be found here.
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