Latest Ukraine Renewal: Erdogan warns ‘Chernobyl Other’ in 2022

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country was worried about “another Chernobyl”, in the midst of the battle that was taking place at the Zaporizhzhia power plant in this country during a trilateral meeting on Thursday with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and UN Head Antonio Guterres.
Zelenskyy has urged the United Nations to “ensure” the security of the largest nuclear power plant in Europe which is currently under Russian control.

Seven people have been killed and at least 20 people were injured in pre-field shooting in housing areas in the city of Kharkiv, East, said the regional governor.
More ships with exports have left the Ukraine Black Sea port, carrying the number of ships to leave the country under the export agreement of the United Nations seeds to 25.

Radar Crowdfund Celebrity Ukraine Satellite for the Armed Forces

A Ukraine TV host has a crowdfunded gift to help the country’s armed forces defeat the Russian invasion – the right to use of a radar satellite that can see through clouds.

TV star Serhiy Prytula and Finnish Satellite company Iceye OY confirmed the agreement in a separate statement.

“The contract signed with the Amal Serhiy Prytula Foundation will initially give the government the full ability for one of the Icey satellites that already existed in the orbit,” said the company.

“In addition, Icey will provide access to the constellation of SAR SARE star, which allows the Ukraine Armed Forces to receive radar satellite images at critical locations with high review frequencies,” he said on his website.

Russian villagers evacuate after the ammunition base fire near the Ukraine border: Official

Residents of two villages in southern Russia near the Ukraine border were evacuated on Thursday after the nearest ammunition storage depot was burned but no one was injured, an official said.

Vyacheslav Gladkov, Governor of the Belgorod Region, said in a statement that emergency services were investigating the causes of fires near Timonovo and Soloti settlements, 15 km (nine miles) from Ukraine. He did not give details.

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