News and information from Ukraine

Shipments from Ukraine. day 268

As Russia’s assault on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of intelligence are vital. Forbes collects information and provides updates on the situation.

By Polina Rasskazova

Almost half of Ukraine’s power system was down as a result of Russian missile attacks on civilian and critical infrastructure. according to a report by the Ukrainian Prime Minister. “Unfortunately, Russia continues its rocket attacks on Ukraine’s civilian and critical infrastructure, fighting the civilian population and depriving them of light, water, heat and communications during the winter. On November 15 alone, Russia fired almost a hundred missiles at our territory. Almost half of our energy system is out of order,” Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal said. Shmyhal noted that Ukraine needs additional support from allies, especially in the energy sector, and the provision of additional equipment.

Prosecutor of the Kherson region reported another war crime by the Russian Federation. According to prosecutors, in April, during the occupation of one of the villages in the Kherson region by the Russian army, Russian soldiers shot dead seven civilians, including an underage girl, in their home. The intruders blew up the house after shooting dead its occupants.

In the Kherson region, the Russian army shells the right bank of the Dnieper, especially the city of Kherson. reports the task force “South”. “The occupiers shelled the right bank of the Dnieper with rocket launchers, mortars and heavy artillery. Chornobayivka, Antonivka and Kherson itself are being kept under fire,” the statement said. As a result of the shelling, a local resident died from shrapnel wounds. The task force added that Russian forces in Ukraine’s rear regions are continuing their terror campaign with missile-drone strikes on critical civilian infrastructure.

The death toll from yesterday’s Russian attack on a two-story building in Ukraine’s Zaporizhia region has risen to nine. informs the police of the Zaporizhia region. At around 3 a.m. yesterday, the Russian military attacked the district center of the city of Vilniansk with S-300 missiles. The rockets hit a two-story residential building and infrastructure. Residents from four apartments lay under the rubble. The police called on citizens to go to safer places.

Ukraine ranked third in terms of the degree of distribution of crypto assets in the economy and among the population. According to leading analytical blockchain company Chainalysis, Ukraine ranked third in the global crypto adoption index in 2022. Vietnam took first place, Philippines second. According to research data from the first fund in Ukraine, which focuses only on projects in the field of web3 Hypra, since 2017 more than 80 Web3 startups have been launched in Ukraine. Over the past four years, these projects have attracted more than $1 billion in investment.


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