Materials compiled by Tetiana Kliuchnyk-Horobets, Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Ioanna Kryvenko, Tamara Moshkovska, Sofia Ratynska
It has been the 202nd day of Ukraine’s resistance to the russian military invasion.
Here is operational information from the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as of 6pm:
The enemy continues to focus its efforts on attempts to completely occupy the Donetsk region, to hold temporarily occupied territories and to disrupt the advance of our troops in certain areas. There is constant shelling of our positions along the contact line. Certain measures are taken to regroup their troops in some directions and conduct aerial reconnaissance. There is an ongoung threat of enemy air and missile strikes throughout Ukraine.
The enemy continues to strike civilians and civilian infrastructure, violating international humanitarian law, laws and customs of warfare. There were air and missile strikes, targeting infrastructure in the areas of Bila Krynytsia, Bilohorivka, Kamianka, Kostromka, Mali Shcherbaky, Mykolaivka, Myrne, Niu York, Pervomaiske, Stepove, Sukhyi Stavok, Verkhnekamianske, Vesela Dolyna, Vremivka, Yuriivka, Zaitseve.
The enemy inflicted 2 missile and 8 air strikes, conducted 13 attacks from rocket artillery systems on targets on the territory of Ukraine.
Towards Volyn and Polissia, the situation has not changed significantly. As part of the command and staff exercise at the Brestsky training ground, the armed forces of the republic of belarus worked the actions with live shooting to repel the offensive of a conditional enemy, followed by its expulsion outside the country.
In other directions, the enemy fired at our infrastructure from tanks, mortars and artillery, namely:
towards Siversk, the settlements of Hai, Mikhalchina Sloboda, Chernihiv Oblast and Atynske, Hudove, Kharkivka, Stukalivka, and Tovstodubovo, Sumy oblast;
towards Kharkiv, Baranivka, Kozacha Lopan, Kupiansk;
towards Kramatorsk, Bilohorivka, Hryhorivka, Kramatorsk, Maiaky, Pryshyb, Rozdolivka, Sloviansk, Staryi Karavan, Starodubivka, Spirne, Verkhnekamianske, Yaremivka, and Zakitne;
towards Bakhmut, Bakhmut, Bakhmutske, Mykolaivka Druha, Sukha Balka, Soledar, Vesela Dolyna, Vyimka Yakovlivka and Zaitseve;
towards Avdiivka, Avdiivka, Orlivka, Lastochkyne, Krasnohorivka, Opytne, Vodiane, Pervomaiske, Marinka and Novomykhailivka;
towards Novopavlivka, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka, Vremivka and Vuhledar;
towards Zaporizhzhia, Bilohiria, Huliaipole, Charivne, Kamianske, Mala Tokmachka, Shcherbaky, Mali Shcherbaky, Nesterianka, Novopil, Orikhiv, Temyrivka and Zhaliznychne.
Towards the South Buh, over 25 settlements were subject to artillery shelling. In addition, the enemy intensively conducted aerial UAV reconnaissance making about 70 sorties.
Russian occupation forces continue looting. On the section of the Starobilsk – Luhansk highway, towards Luhansk, about three hundred civilian cars were noticed, mainly with state license plates of Kharkiv oblast. Most of the vehicles with trailers loaded with looted property are driven by the russian military. A similar trend is observed in the settlements of temporarily occupied territories in the south of Ukraine. In the city of Polohy, Zaporizhzhia oblast, russian occupiers break down the gates of garages and steal private cars of local residents. In Nova Kakhovka, Kherson oblast, the invaders began to massively loot furniture and household appliances from temporarily abandoned dwellings.
The russian military leadership is taking measures to replenish the occupying army with junior officers. According to available information, the early graduation of cadets of the 5th year of the Black Sea Higher Naval School named after Nakhimov was announced in December this year. Early graduations will take place at other educational institutions of the Ministry of Defense of the russian federation.
The shortage of tactical commanders is due to refusal of reserve officers to sign contracts in light of recent events. The decline in the moral and psychological state of the enemy personnel continues. The occupiers inflict self-injuries to get medical aid in a medical institution and avoid participation in hostilities on the territory of Ukraine. Many servicemen do not return to military units when the vacation period is over.
The Defense Forces successfully repelled enemy attacks in the areas of the settlements of Avdiivka, Bezimenne, Bakhmut, Bakhmutske, Novohryhorivka, Odradivka, Vesela Dolyna, and Zaitseve.
To support the actions of ground groups, aircraft of the Defense Forces carried out two strikes on positions and buildups of enemy manpower and equipment.
Units of the Rocket Forces and Artillery attacked control points, buildups of enemy manpower and military equipment. The enemy ammunition depots were destroyed near the city of Kherson on September 11.
Ukraine has launched the Made with Bravery marketplace. This is an electronic platform selling domestic goods. This was announced by the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy. It aims at uniting Ukrainian producers into a community, promoting Ukrainian products abroad and facilitating exports of Ukrainian goods. It will also contribute to Ukrainian business and reconstruction of Ukraine.
The Main Directorate of Intelligence reports that russian occupiers are urgently evacuating their families from Crimea and southern Ukraine. Representatives of the occupation administration of Crimea, FSB officers and commanders of some military units are secretly trying to sell their homes to subordinates and immediately remove relatives from the peninsula. The occupiers also banned concluding agreements on sale and purchase of housing, imposed restrictions on movement on the Crimean bridge and are trying in every possible way to block access to the information about counter-offensive actions of the defenders of Ukraine.
The Adviser to the Head of the President’s Office Mykhailo Podoliak stated on his Twitter that Ukraine needs more air defense systems to protect critical infrastructure. Russia is waging the war with civilians. Ukraine should be prepared for different situations. ‘Liberation of Luhansk or Donetsk will cause a domino effect, collapse the russian front and lead to political destabilization in russia. It is real. We need a will (weapon).’
The President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy had a phone conversation with IMF Managing Director Kristalina Georgieva. He wrote about this on his Twitter. Volodymyr Zelenskyy thanked the International Monetary Fund for receiving an additional $ 1.4 billion under the emergency financing program. They also discussed future cooperation to strengthen Ukraine’s financial stability.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, russian troops shelled Baranivka village, Zolochiv community, Kozacha Lopan settlement, Derhachi community and Kupiansk.
Referring to analytics of the Institute for the Study of War (ISW), after the start of the AFU counteroffensive in Kharkiv oblast, the invaders are unable to gain a foothold on the front line and are facing issues with morale and logistics.
The Deputy Minister of Defence, Hanna Maliar, said that Ukrainian defenders liberated more than 300 settlements in Kharkiv oblast during the counter-offensive.
British Intelligence claimed that the Armed Forces of Ukraine defeated russia’s 1st Guards Tank Army, which was being trained to “counter” NATO. It was one of russia’s most combat-ready units.
In Hlyboke, Lyptsi and Strilecha, the territorial defence raised the Ukrainian flag.
Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, reported that the invaders’ war crimes are recorded in the liberated territories and the mine threat remains high. Our military, police and State Emergency Service are taking measures to return peaceful life to these territories. Last night there was no shelling of Kharkiv. However, the enemy shelled Lozova. There was a direct hit at an educational facility. There was a fire. The information on casualties is being clarified.
The enemy massively shelled Chuhuiv, Kharkiv and Kupiansk districts and Kharkiv city.
According to the Emergency Medical Centre, one person was killed and six injured in Kharkiv overnight. One person was injured in Izium district. In Kharkiv district 2 injured, one of them blew up on a mine in Ruski Tyshky, Tsyrkuny community. In Kupiansk district, 2 civilians were killed.
Head of the Zolochiv community, Viktor Kovalenko, informed that three people blew up on an explosive device in Makarovo village, Zolochiv community, which russian troops left on September 11. A woman was also injured and is in a regional hospital.
The Regional Police Department said that since the beginning of de-occupation of Kharkiv oblast in September, law enforcers have recorded 39 russian war crimes. The head of the Kharkiv Regional Police Investigation Department, Serhii Bolvinov, reported on discovered torture chamber, set up by the russians for residents in liberated Balakliia. According to him, during the occupation, russian invaders held at least 40 people captive.
According to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, border guards detained two residents of Luhansk oblast near Kupiansk who fought on russia’s side.
Based on the information provided by Ukrenerho, on the morning of September 13, a backup line of the main power grid, used to energize Kharkiv city, was down. Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, said that as of 7 pm, the power supply to Kharkiv and the region was completely restored.
On September 12, russian invaders shelled settlements 21 times, with two children among the injured.
Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, informed that the russians killed five civilians: 1 in Heorhiivka, 1 in Sloviansk and 3 in Vuhledar. 10 people were injured.
Head of Sloviansk City Military Administration, Vadym Liakh, reported that overnight the russians shelled Sloviansk and hit cities on the front line. In Sloviansk, at least 1 person was killed, 1 injured. Shells hit an agricultural technical school, 2 apartment buildings and 6 more houses were damaged by the blast.
Kurakhove community was under attack. No casualties, but a 1 two-storey house was damaged.
Avdiivka was under massive shelling at dawn for the second day in a row. There were no casualties today and the extent of the damage is being specified.
According to the Toretsk City Military Administration, three people were injured by the overnight shelling of Toretsk, and at least four houses were damaged. The invaders mined several streets in the city during another shelling. Explosive objects can detonate within 72 hours.
Siversk was hit by a russian air strike during the night. One house was destroyed. Information on casualties and the extent of the destruction has yet to be established.
Ukrainian troops, law enforcers and authorities are taking stabilization measures in Bohorodychne and Sviatohirsk.
In Mariupol, residents of private houses cannot buy heating coal for winter.
Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, reported that collaborators and the military are evacuating from the temporarily occupied territories in Luhansk oblast, and fuel shortages at gas stations emerged. However, the timeline and actions of the military cannot be discussed not to interfere with the plans of the General Staff.
He also said that the large-scale de-occupation of Luhansk oblast will start from Kreminna and Svatove, russians are already moving their equipment closer to these cities. The main strike will be there. As of today, Kreminna is completely abandoned because invaders withdrew from the city. A Ukrainian flag is flying there, which was raised by partisans. The situation is somewhat similar in Starobilsk. But in Svatove, they returned after some time.
The Defence Forces’ aviation hit seven strongholds and places of buildup of the enemy’s manpower and equipment and destroyed two positions of its anti-aircraft missile systems.
Russians shelled military and civilian infrastructure with tanks, combat vehicles, barrel and rocket artillery, including:
- in Bakhmut direction – Bakhmut, Bakhmutske, Mykolaivka Druha, Soledar, Sukha Balka, Vesela Dolyna and Zaitseve settlements;
- In Kramatorsk direction – Bilohorivka, Hryhorivka, Kramatorsk, Pryshyb, Rozdolivka, Sloviansk, Spirne, Starodubivka and Staryi Karavan settlements.
According to the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, upon discovering the number of casualties, Russian volunteers refuse to fight on Ukrainian territory. The payments to injured occupiers were suspended.
After the deoccupation of Kyiv oblast, 85% of life support facilities were restored. As reported in the Kyiv MRA, a reliable supply of necessary communal services for the residents of the region is ensured. Preparatory work for the autumn-winter period is performed as planned.
Irpin was visited by a delegation from Canada – Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development of the province of New Brunswick Dominique Cardy and Julia Smith, Executive Director of Early Literacy of the Non-Governmental Organization for the Development of Literacy. This was announced by the mayor of Irpin, Oleksandr Markushyn. According to him, Canadians were shocked by the scope of the destruction to the city. The Minister Dominic Cardy promised to help restore the city Lyceum #3.
Antonio Vitorino, Director General of the International Organization for Migration, came to Irpin to see the living conditions of the community’s residents personally, whose homes were destroyed due to the russian invasion. The organization helped equip the first temporary housing on the territory of the “Dubka” sanatorium, installed temporary special tents and financed replacement of windows in one of the residential buildings.
In the Kyiv region, 50 locations have been set up for storage of construction debris, formed as a result of destruction. This was reported in the Ministry of Environment.
Garbage is sorted at special landfills for further processing and usage during road restoration, construction of temporary transitions and relocations. Significant volumes of waste are used by construction companies. Hazardous waste is planned to be disposed of using eco-friendly methods.
Construction kits for eliminating the consequences of hostilities were handed over to residents of Veliky Dimer community with the support of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Local residents can use about 600 kits for current repairs of their damaged houses.
Restoration of the capital’s buildings, damaged by the shelling of the russian army, is in progress, the KMDA reported. Repair work continues in 11 residential buildings. Individual houses in Svyatoshynskyi, Obolonskyi and Shevchenkivskyi districts suffered the most damage.
In Hostomel, a temporary wooden structure across the Irpin River, built after the liberation of Kyiv oblast from the Russian invaders, is collapsing. The crossing in this direction was intended as a temporary solution. However, during six months of operation, due to the heavy load, this structure significantly worn out.
30 vans with over 100K bottles of drinking water are heading to Kyiv region. As reported in the regional military administration, they will be used to equip shelters in educational institutions and places equipped for temporary residence of displaced persons. The aid was sent thanks to the initiative of the Embassy of Israel in Ukraine and in cooperation with the Israeli agency for international cooperation in the field of development MASHAV.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, specialists of the municipal veterinary clinic have placed almost 350 animals in families. During this time, a laboratory-diagnostic examination of 605 homeless animals was carried out. More than 4 thousand were vaccinated against rabies.
In order to improve coordination and interaction in the event of an enemy attack in the region, specialized training for the military was conducted. As reported in the Zhytomyr RMA, joint actions were worked out on evacuation of the population, coordination of defense actions, countering subversive and intelligence groups, and liquidation of the consequences of emergency situations.
The building of the Zhytomyr Lyceum #25, bombed by russian troops at the beginning of March, according to experts, cannot be restored. 1 170 students of the lyceum are studying remotely or in other educational institutions of the city. Primary school students study in the premises of the school, restored with the help of international benefactors from UNICEF. Negotiations with foreign partners are currently ongoing and the project to rebuild Lyceum #25 is being discussed.
A charity auction for the sale of paintings and works of art called “Artistic beads for the Armed Forces of Ukraine” was held in Zhytomyr oblast. Funds were collected for a vehicle and its maintenance for the Zhytomyr military unit. Almost 100 thousand hryvnias were collected during the charity event.
The SBGS reported that the enemy continues to shell the border areas of Chernihiv oblast and Sumy oblast. Fire damage was inflicted using mortars, large-caliber machine guns and self-propelled artillery. The Esman and Shalygine communities of Sumy oblast came under enemy fire. In total, more than 30 explosions were recorded.
Sumy oblast was visited by a Turkish delegation, including Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to Ukraine Yagmur Ahmet Guldere, First Secretary of the Embassy Ilker Ozsuer and Coordinator of the Turkish Development and Cooperation Agency Juneit Esmer. Head of Sumy RMA, Dmytro Zhivytskyi, stated that cooperation in the fields of industry and implementation of joint projects was discussed. The Turkish delegation is ready to undertake restoration of some facilities in settlements that suffered from russian aggression.
Restoration of social and critical infrastructure facilities, as well as housing stock of the oblast, is ongoing. This was reported in the Office of the President. In Sumy oblast, 2 845 infrastructure facilities were damaged due to russian aggression, but their number is constantly increasing because the russian shelling continues. Work is underway to provide electricity to all settlements that were under occupation and on the territory where active hostilities were taking place. 603 out of 1 490 settlements in the oblast have already been gasified.
50 explosive objects were discovered by pyrotechnicians during the day in the territories of Okhtyrka, Konotop and Sumy districts. As reported by the State Emergency Service, among the items found were artillery shells, mortar mines, a grenade launcher shot, a hand grenade and explosives.
Medical tactical backpacks were given to the military of Sumy oblast by the charity Blau-Gelbes Kreuz e.V., located in the city of Cologne. As reported in the Sumy RMA, benefactors from Germany have already sent more than 400 backpacks for the field doctors of Ukraine.
The SBGS reported that the enemy continues to strike along the border of Chernihiv oblast. Russian troops shelled the territory of the Novgorod-Siverskyi community with barrel artillery. 19 explosions were recorded.
Restoration of social and critical infrastructure facilities, as well as housing stock of the oblast, is ongoing. This was reported in the Office of the President. In Chernihiv oblast, the number of objects damaged due to the russian aggression is 7 274.
220 objects of gas networks and 952 objects of electricity supply were damaged due to hostilities. All settlements that were under occupation and on the territory where active hostilities took place have been connected to the energy network. Localization and elimination of emergency situations were carried out at all gas facilities.
The restoration of the building on Tolstogo Street, damaged by russian shelling, is being completed in Chernihiv. In the high-rise building, damaged windows have been replaced and the roof is being repaired.
Smartphones for online learning were provided to internally displaced children from the border villages of the Novgorod-Siverskyi community. As reported in the regional education department, within a few weeks the community will receive more than three hundred laptops and computers from UNICEF. They will be given to students and teachers of border communities.
Nikopol district was attacked at night. There was the destruction. Nikopol, Chervonohryhorivsk and Marganetsk communities were hit four times with barrel artillery and Grad MRLS. 16 residential buildings, farm buildings, a stadium and a gas pipeline were damaged. This was announced by the head of the regional council Mykola Lukashuk.
A 71-year-old man injured by a russian missile attack on the center of Dnipro died in a hospital. This was announced by the head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional State Administration, Valentyn Reznichenko.
In the center of Vinnytsia, a photo exhibition “Faces of Logistics of the Armed Forces” was opened. The exhibition is part of the “I believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine” campaign. The goal of the project is to show the society the importance of the work performed by the Logistics Forces of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and demonstrate support for the Ukrainian military.
Yulia Tkach, spokeswoman for the Security Service of Ukraine in Kirovohrad region, reported that the SSU detained a collaborator from Kropyvnytskyi who was collecting information about movement of Ukrainian troops. They discovered computer equipment and a mobile phone with the evidence of secret correspondence with russian special services.
Humanitarian aid was sent from Poltava oblast to Kharkiv oblast. Trucks with 50 tons of the most necessary products, as well as children and women’s hygiene products, are being transported to the de-occupied cities. The cargo was sent to the humanitarian aid headquarters of Kharkiv RMA, where it will be distributed and delivered to those places where help is most needed. This was announced by the Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Kyrylo Tymoshenko.
In Kaniv, the lottery “Kaniv holds the line” was held to support military personnel from Kaniv. The organizers managed to collect almost 84K hryvnias. This was reported in the press service of the city council. They collected UAH 54K for a quadcopter for Vladyslav Stepanets from Kaniv. The remaining funds will be transferred for the purchase of two walkie-talkies for the platoon at the frontline commanded by Ivan Babiuk from Kaniv.
The occupiers shelled the civilian infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia, Stepove, Poltavka, Olhivske, Uspenivka, Bilohiria, Omelnyk, Orihiv, Magdalynivka, Novoandriivka, Dorozhnianka, Chervone, Mala Tokmachka, Novodanylivka, Nesterianka, Charivne, Zaliznychne, Huliaipole, Mali Shcherbaky, Kamianske.
The police received 42 reports about destruction of civilian infrastructure facilities as a result of shelling by the russian occupying forces.
1 780 people, including 465 children, were evacuated from the temporarily occupied territory.
According to Mayor Ivan Fedorov, the heating season will probably not start in the temporarily occupied city of Melitopol in October. The main reason is the lack of gas supply.
The second reserve power transmission line to the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant has been restored. According to the IAEA, this allows the operator to keep one line in reserve, while the other provides the power plant with external electricity necessary for cooling the reactor and other important safety functions.
Four “DPR” fighters who participated in the battles against the Armed Forces of Ukraine and aimed to seize Zaporizhzhia oblast will be tried in Zaporizhzhia. They are charged with treason, and one of them is also charged with participation in the activities of illegal armed formations.
At night, the enemy fired artillery at the village of Bereznehuvate located close to the front line. The warehouse buildings of the professional lyceum were damaged. There are no casualties.
Yesterday, Pervomaiske was under enemy fire. In total, more than 15 hits were recorded on the territory of the village. Four of them hit a private enterprise, the others hit open areas. There are no casualties.
The enemy attacked gas communications in one of the communities of the region. Residents were left without gas due to significant damage to the gas pipeline. Despite the threat of artillery strikes, in the morning experts carried out repair work and restored gas supply to 2 670 consumers.
Mykolaiv rescuers removed 45 munitions, destroyed by controlled detonation in a specially designated place.
According to the head of Mykolayiv RMA, Vitalii Kim, warm water supply points are being prepared and new wells are being drilled in the region before winter. In addition, according to him, the region is preparing a “material reserve” by purchasing fuel and warm clothes, heaters, etc.
The Security Service detained two russian agents in Mykolaiv oblast. One of the detainees collected and passed on information about the location and movement of units of the Armed Forces in the region to the enemy. He was “hunting” for HIMARS High Mobility Artillery Rocket Systems. Another detainee was responsible for disguising users and supporters of pro-russian Telegram chats, as well as distributing materials justifying or denying russia’s armed aggression against Ukraine.
The enemy naval group continues to keep 4 surface carriers of cruise missiles, equipped with more than 30 Calibers, at the ready in the Black Sea.
7 vessels with 151.5K tons of agricultural products left the ports of Odesa oblast heading to
the countries of Asia and Europe. The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine informs about this.
Odesa Regional Military Administration reported that 54 alternating current generators were provided to Odesa emergency medical aid substations. Such generators will provide light to emergency substations in the event of an emergency.
The situation in the southern operational zone remains tense, but controlled. The enemy conducts counter-battery fighting, launches airstrikes and actively conducts aerial reconnaissance along the contact line.
During the combat day, the enemy made unsuccessful attempts to attack towards Liubomirivka and Bezimennyi.
Ukrainian units hold occupied lines, respond to fire damage and repulse enemy attempts to improve the tactical position.
The Ukrainian aviation launched 2 airstrikes against enemy forces in the Novopetrivka area in Kherson oblast. Missile and artillery units performed more than 400 fire missions during the night and the previous combat day. The Ukrainian defenders struck the Antonivskyi bridge.
According to the South air command, fighters of the Odesa anti-aircraft missile brigade shot down a russian Su-24 bomber.
The Kherson Regional Council reported that collaborators continue to seize land and property of local farmers who did not agree to cooperate with the occupiers.
The occupiers are urgently evacuating their families from Crimea and Southern Ukraine. This is reported by the Ukrainian Intelligence. The occupiers have banned agreements on the housing purchase and sale, set restrictions on movement across the Crimean bridge and are trying in every possible way to close access to information about the counteroffensive actions of the defenders of Ukraine.
Over the past day, the police opened 21 criminal proceedings on war crimes committed by the russian army in Kherson oblast.
The towns of Novovorontsovka, Bila Krynytsia, the villages of Trudoliubivka, Veremiivka and Bilohirka came under enemy fire. Shells hit private houses, there are wounded. As a result of shelling, there is no energy and water supply in some settlements.
The occupiers continue to kidnap people in the occupied territories, subjecting them to torture. In Kakhovka, the occupiers kidnapped three men from among officials and educators.
After the liberation of Visokopyllia, the police recorded numerous cases of looting by the russian military, who robbed houses and took the vehicles of local residents. There are almost no unharmed houses left in the village, everything was either destroyed by shelling or looted by the russian military.
The RMA held a meeting with representatives of the French volunteer organization Fédération Nationale de Protection Civile (FNPC). They discussed humanitarian support and first aid courses.
The RMA held a meeting with the volunteer community of the oblast. Based on the results of the meeting, a working group will be created to help resolve all issues that complicate or hinder legal activities of volunteers.
The RMA held a meeting with the Hospital Council. They discussed prospects for development of rehabilitation in the oblast. 12 medical institutions provide rehabilitation services for adults and children in Volyn.
Volunteers began restoration and construction of housing for forcibly displaced Ukrainians in Volyn, in the Kivertsivska community. The construction is supported by the Swedish fund Ukrainahjälpen Filippus.
The Volodymyr City Council reported that a 35-year-old Ihor Skuchinsky from Volyn, who lost his leg in the war and suffered a heart attack twice, will undergo rehabilitation in Germany. This became possible thanks to the partnership of cities of Volodymyr and Zwickau.
Zakarpattia customs reported that over 1.5 million vehicles and 16 tons of cargo passed through Zakarpattia customs in 8 months.
A humanitarian headquarters for helping displaced persons from Luhansk oblast has started operating in Uzhhorod.
The Uzhhorod City Council purchased and sent UAH 121K worth of gadgets to the military, specifically 6 high magnification binoculars, 20 compact radios, 3 tablets and 10 active tactical capsule headphones for hearing protection.
In Chernivtsi, the Labrador Prince Pasha helped collect UAH 30K for the Armed Forces. For a photo with him, people donated any amount of money at the charity fair.
During the air alert, public transport will not operate in Ivano Frankivsk regardless of the form of ownership. This decision was made at the Regional Defense Council.
The RMA reported that Ivano-Frankivsk Region is considering the possibility of setting up interactive, multimedia and sensory rooms for IDPs.
In Lviv, a program to support voluntary formations was approved. It provides a number of measures for the activity and quality training of formations for performance of territorial defense tasks.
Representatives of Lviv oblast visited Tel Aviv at an international conference The future of accessibility – tourism, transport, culture and leisure. The organizer of the conference is Access Israel, which since the war began in Ukraine, has been taking care of people with disabilities and the elderly within the framework of the Purple Body Armor project. During the conference, participants learned more about the latest technologies that make the life of people with disabilities easier.
The RMA held a meeting with the charity organization CARE. Since March BF CARE and BF, Stabilization Support Services have helped over 18K displaced people in Lviv oblast with food, hygiene and medical kits.
Employees of the Lviv City Center of Social Services have resumed work in Lviv schools. Specialists are already conducting training classes with schoolchildren of grades 1-11 in 50 educational institutions of the city. Later, the center plans to train students in all schools of the Lviv community.
Doctors from the US visited the St. Nicholas Hospital of the First Medical Association of Lviv with a medical mission. Maxillofacial surgeon Steve Orten and plastic surgeon Craig Hobar helped children with mine-explosive facial injuries and post-burn defects. Doctors conducted 15 consultations, 3 operations and 2 aesthetic procedures.
5 500 forcibly displaced persons in Lviv oblast received financial assistance in the total amount of over 1 200 000 dollars. Help was received thanks to the Palyanytsia charity initiative and the largest crypto exchange in the world, Binance.
Head of the Rivne regional government Vitaliy Koval announced that Rivne oblast is working on strengthening the security of critical infrastructure facilities by providing electricity, gas, and water supply.
The city council reported that generators are stockpiled to have additional power sources in case of an emergency in Rivne.
Head of the Rivne RMA Vitaliy Koval reported that 57K internally displaced persons in Rivne oblast received housing assistance. The total amount of compensation reached UAH 285.9 million.
The Rivne RMA reported that an SUV, food for the Armed Forces and 10 tons of humanitarian aid, were sent from the Sarnen region to the front line.
RMA reported that since the war began Ternopil oblast has sent 575 wagons with aid to the regions where active hostilities are taking place. This is almost 8K tons of food.
The Ternopil hospital received two devices for development of the shoulder joint of the Kinetec Centura brand. These devices were received thanks to the international financial institutions Afriquia, Malak and World with Ukraine.
A volunteer Ruslan Hrytsiv from Ternopil oblast makes gas cylinders for the Ukrainian military.
In Chortkov, kids collected almost UAH 40K for the Armed Forces. The funds were transferred to the headquarters of the Chortkiv City Council. Using these funds, volunteers purchased beads for 45 separate artillery brigades.
Head of the RMA Serhiy Gamalii stated that Khmelnytskyi is 98% ready for the heating season.
A hideout museum will appear in Khmelnytskyi. It will house exhibits depicting the life of UIA (Ukrainian Insurgent Army) soldiers. The museum will open on September 24.
The Department of Education and Science of Chernivtsi oblast reported that students of the AIDA media studio presented their work at the XIV International Children’s Media Festival Dityatko. Their film entitled Broken Childhood won the Special Jury Prize nomination.
Since the war began, the US has transferred 660K shells and missiles to Ukraine. 754 flights were made to transport military aid, which is about 47K tons.
German ambassador Anka Feldhusen informed that Germany plans to deliver two IRIS-T air defense systems to Ukraine by the end of this year, two more at the beginning of next year.
Germany is conducting negotiations with Poland on creating the maintenance center to repair weapons provided to Ukraine.
The US State Department condemned the russian airstrikes on two Ukrainian TPPs. “We condemn the russian airstrikes against the critical infrastructure of Ukraine, which left thousands of civilians without electricity and clean water. We are against the aggression of the russian federation,” the speaker of the US State Department, Ned Price, wrote on Twitter.
A member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the British Parliament Liam Byrne stated that Britain proposed to recognize the united russia party as a terrorist organization.
According to Forbes, russia’s losses as of September 6 exceed $670 million. The enemy’s most expensive loss is the moskva-1 electronic warfare complex worth $57 million.
The Ministry of Education and Culture reported that UNICEF experts, in partnership with the Ministry of Education and Science, developed a special guide for teachers, in which they collected ideas for activities for students. Exercises are recommended to be performed in a bomb shelter during an air raid to stabilize the emotional and physical state of children.
A mural dedicated to Ukraine appeared in Tbilisi. The mural appeared in front of the building of the russian interests section at the Swiss Embassy in Georgia. The author is the artist Oleksandr Korban, who this year represents Ukraine at the Tbilisi Mural Fest.
Ukrainian Women’s Guard
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