The liberation of Klishchiyivka would allow Ukrainian troops to gain a springboard for a further offensive; Stoltenberg believes that the Russian war against Ukraine will not end soon. Athletistic highlights yesterday’s key events.
The defense forces liberated the village of KlAndshchivka
The settlement of Klishchievka near Bakhmut was finally freed from the invaders. Klishchievka was liberated by the forces of the 80th separate assault brigade, the 5th separate assault brigade and the Combined assault brigade of the National Police of Ukraine “Lyut”. According to the official, stabilization measures are continuing in the de-occupied settlement, and the Defense Forces are consolidating their position.
President Vladimir Zelensky thanked the soldiers who participated in the liberation of Klishchiyivka, Donetsk region, as well as everyone who defends the skies of Ukraine and fights on the front line.
Stoltenberg called on the world to prepare for a long-term war between Russia and Ukraine
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on the world to prepare for a long war between Russia and Ukraine. Stoltenberg said “everyone wants a quick peace.” However, in his opinion, “if the Ukrainians stop fighting, they will lose, but if the Russians lay down their arms, then there will be peace.” The Secretary General of NATO added that at the end of the war, Ukraine will have to accept security guarantees so that Russia’s aggression against it will not repeat itself.
Ignat assured that the process of training Ukrainian pilots in F-16 fighters “has gained momentum”
The Spokesman of the Air Force of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Yuriy Ignat, said that the process of training Ukrainian pilots in F-16 fighters “gained momentum” and moved a lot. He indicated that the leaders of the countries where the Ukrainian pilots are studying will continue to report on this. The Air Force spokesman added that the geography of the states joining the aviation coalition is increasing.
Canada financed the purchase of air defense systems for Ukraine
Canada is investing 33 million Canadian dollars (about 23 million euros) in a fund for the purchase of priority air defense systems for Ukraine. According to Canadian Defense Minister Bill Blair, Canada’s contribution is aimed at a partnership fund created by the UK to acquire “high-priority air defense equipment” for Ukraine to protect against Russian missile and drone attacks. In addition to Britain, Denmark, the Netherlands and the USA are taking part in the initiative.
The International Court of Justice continues hearings on Ukraine’s claim against the Russian Federation
The International Court of Justice in The Hague continues hearings of Ukraine’s claim against the Russian Federation under the genocide convention. Public hearings on preliminary objections raised by Russia will be held from September 18 to 27. The dispute concerns the interpretation, application and implementation of the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. Ukraine filed suit on February 26, 2022, two days after the start of a full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation.
The EU called on Poland, Hungary and Slovakia to be “constructive” on the Ukrainian grain issue
The European Commission called on Poland, Hungary and Slovakia to “show goodwill” after they announced the extension of an embargo on the import of Ukrainian grains in defiance of the European Commission’s decision to lift the restrictions. They noted that “now it is important that all countries work in a spirit of compromise and communicate well.” It should be noted that on September 15, the European Commission refused to continue the temporary ban on the import of Ukrainian wheat, corn, sunflower seeds and rapeseed to the five EU countries neighboring Ukraine. Despite this, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia announced the introduction of unilateral restrictions on Ukrainian grain imports.
Wales introduces traffic restrictions
Wales, from Sunday 17 September, became the first in the UK to introduce a speed limit in built-up areas – mainly urban areas – to 20 mph (32 km/h), up from the previous 30 mph . Welsh authorities have explained that the speed limit will reduce the number of road accidents, road deaths, noise and pollution, and encourage more people to walk and cycle.
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