Materials compiled by Tetiana Kliuchnyk-Horobets, Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Tamara Moshkovska, Sofia Ratynska, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Nadiia Nazarova, Vita Petrenko
Translated by Tetyana Pidgorna, Olena Reka, Yana Hushchyna, Ioanna Kryvenko, Liudmyla Stadnykova, Yevheniia Sukhonos, Marharyta Koval, Tetiana Kurbatova, Olga Shalya
It has been the 217th day of Ukrainian people’s resistance to the russian military invasion.
It has been the 217th day of Ukrainian people’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 trying to completely occupy Donetsk Oblast and hold temporarily occupied territories, conduct defensive actions on the occupied frontiers, and prevent the advance of the Defense Forces in certain areas. The positions of our troops along the contact line were shelled, and aerial reconnaissance was conducted. Strikes were carried out on civilian infrastructure and civilian homes, violating the norms of International Humanitarian Law, the laws and customs of warfare. There is a constant threat of air and missile strikes throughout Ukraine.
During the current day, the occupiers inflicted 2 missile and 3 air strikes, carried out more than 6 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems.
During the current day, the occupiers inflicted 2 missile and 3 air strikes, carried out over 6 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems.
Over 8 settlements suffered from enemy strikes, including Bilohorivka, Marinka, Mykolaiv, Myrne, Novohryhorivka, Siversk, Ternovi Pody, and Vyshetarasivka.
Towards Volyn and Polissia, the situation has not changed significantly.
In other directions, the enemy shelled settlements from tanks, mortars, barreled and rocket artillery, namely:
towards Siversk, Senkivka, Chernihiv Oblast;
towards Sloboda region, Hrushivka, Krasne, Senkove, Sosnivka, and Strelecha;
towards Kramatorsk, Dibrova, Ozerne, Sloviansk, Staryi Karavan and Zakitne;
towards Bakhmut, Andriivka, Bakhmut, Bakhmutske, Bilohorivka, Maiorsk, Niu York, Odradivka, Opytne, Rozdolivka, Spirne, Siversk, Serebrianka, Soledar, Yakovlivka, Vesele, Vesela Dolyna, Yuriivka, and Zaitseve;
towards Avdiivka, Avdiivka, Heorhiivka, Krasnohorivka, Karlivka, Marinka, Novomykhailivka, Opytne, Pervomaiske, Paraskoviiivka, Tonenke, Vodiane, Yelizavetivka;
towards Novopavliovka, Pavlivka, Mykilske, Neskuchne, Novoukrainka, Prechystivka, Shevchenko, Velyka Novoselka, Vuhledar, Volodymyrivka, Vremivka, Yehorivka, Zolota Nyva;
towards Zaporizhia direction, more than 20 settlements were shelled. Among them are Stepove, Pavlivka, Novopil, Orikhiv, Temyrovka, Olhivske and Huliaipole.
Towards the South Buh, over 25 settlements along the contact line, including Nikopol, were shelled with tanks, mortars and barreled artillery. In order to conduct reconnaissance, adjust fire and strike civilian infrastructure, the enemy carried out up to 40 UAV sorties in this direction.
In the russian federation and parts of Ukraine temporarily occupied by russia, so-called ‘partial’ mobilization measures continue. In remote settlements of the russian federation, the entire male population of a certain age category is subject to mobilization, despite the lack of experience in military service in the past and combat experience. There are frequent cases of mobilization of persons with disabilities, cancer patients, parents with many children and persons over sixty years old. In some regions, the population is trying to resist forced mobilization.
Poor implementation of mobilization measures was observed in Belgorod and Rostov oblasts. Thus, newly arrived personnel must purchase winter uniforms and protective equipment at their own expense.
There is a tendency for persons of draft age to search for ways to avoid mobilization. Thus, in the temporarily occupied territory of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea, men try to bribe, go abroad, find a job at a critical infrastructure enterprise or commit a petty crime.
During the current day, units of the Defense Forces of Ukraine repulsed enemy attacks in the areas of Bezimenne, Maiorsk, Mykolaivka Druha, Novomykhailivka, Odradivka, Ozerianivka, Pavlivka, Pervomaiske, Pobieda, Zalizne, and Zaitseve, .To support the actions of ground groups, aviation of the Defense Forces hit two enemy strongholds.
Rocket troops and artillery hit an enemy command post, four buildups of enemy manpower and equipment, and one repeater station.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has allocated more than UAH 60.5 million from the reserve fund of the state budget to reimburse utility costs for May. This was reported by the Ministry for Communities and Territories Development of Ukraine. Communities that sheltered IDPs free of charge in communal and state institutions, as well as private educational institutions will receive reimbursement of utility costs. The relevant order was adopted by the government at a meeting on September 27.
President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed a law that partially returns the excise tax on fuel. This was reported on the website of the Verkhovna Rada in the card of the draft law No7668-d.
The value added tax for these fuels remains about 7%. The law makes an exception for fuel for the needs of the military. If the customer of such fuel is the Ministry of Defense, the excise tax will be 0 euros per 1000 liters. The privilege will be valid for the period of martial law and a state of emergency.
Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, reported that russian invaders shelled Kharkiv at around 9 pm, hitting the Kholodna Hora district with S-300 missiles. There were no casualties. Infrastructure was damaged.
Residents of Bohodukhiv, Izium, Kharkiv and Kupiansk districts suffered from shelling. Hrushivka, Krasne, Senkove, Sosnivka and Strilecha were under fire.
According to the Regional Centre for Emergency Medical Care, five people were hospitalized with injuries in the Kupiansk district. In Bohodukhiv, a 16-year-old girl was hospitalized in serious condition due to shelling.
Based on the information provided by the RBC Ukraine news agency, active hostilities continue on the front lines. Pisky-Radkivski settlement, 35 km from Lyman in Donetsk oblast, was liberated. Cleansing of the settlement from the enemy continues.
State Emergency Service pyrotechnics defused 1,547 explosive objects. De-mining of the territories continues.
Referring to the Minister of Environmental Protection and Natural Resources of Ukraine, Ruslan Strilets, during the briefing, russian invaders have caused almost 83 billion hryvnias worth of environmental damage in Kharkiv oblast. According to him, three national parks were affected and the ecosystem of the reserves damaged. Shelling of water reservoirs, in particular Oskil and Pechenihy ones, led to uncontrolled water discharge.
Head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, reported that pharmacies are again operating in de-occupied Balakliia, Barvinkove, Malynivka and Pechenihy. According to him, pharmacies in Izium, Lyptsi and Vovchansk will open soon. This afternoon, the opening of a pharmacy in Izium was announced.
Kharkiv Mayor, Ihor Terekhov, said that on September 29, the Saltiv line of the city underground will resume its full operation. The interval will be 10 minutes. The traffic on this line was temporarily stopped on June 12 because of the threat of strikes on the underground.
According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, more than 40 communities across the country were hit, including Kramatorsk and Sloviansk, as well as Avdiivka and Marinka cities, the Pokrovsk district.
The enemy continues shelling communities with tanks, mortars and artillery of various types.
Towards Kramatorsk, Katerynivka and Staryi Karavan, the Kramatorsk district, and Ridkodub, the Horlivka district, were under fire.
Towards Bakhmut, the enemy targeted Bakhmutske, Bilohorivka, Niu-York, Rozdolivka, Serebrianka, Spirne, Vesela Dolyna, Yakovlivka settlements and Siversk city.
Towards Avdiivka, Avdiivka city, Berdychi, Karlivka, Krasnohorivka, Marinka, Opytne, Paraskoviivka,Tonenke and Vodiane suffered from enemy fire.
The russian troops killed five people and injured ten more. One was killed in Bakhmut and four in Kurakhove.
Head of the Donetsk Regional Military Administration, Pavlo Kyrylenko, informed that the invaders shelled a school in Mykolaivka settlement, Kramatorsk district, where civilians were hiding. At around 5 am, a preliminary S-300 missile hit the school. The premises of the three-storey building were partially destroyed. There were 12 residents in the bomb shelter, including two children and one person with a disability. The shelter sustained the impact, but it was not without casualties: later rescuers removed a woman’s body from the rubble.
Referring to the Security Service of Ukraine, a resident was detained in Kramatorsk as a suspect in spying for the russian invaders. The man was gathering information about the city’s defense.
The Security Service of Ukraine reported on suspicions of 16 organizers of the so-called ‘referendums’ in the temporarily occupied territories of Donetsk, Kherson and Zaporizhzhia. Among them is the head of the Donetsk People’s Republic, Pushylin.
Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, reported that the Armed Forces of Ukraine struck an echelon of just mobilized invaders. Those enemies, who joined the russian army due to mobilization on September 21, were under fire. The enemy’s losses are being estimated.
When announcing the results of the referendum, the invaders announced a number of 1.6 million voters. This number far exceeds the number of people who remained in the occupied territory and were able to vote. As Head of the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, Serhii Haidai, points out, just over 1.8m people were included in the region’s voter lists in 2012. Since then, many residents have left: more than 320K residents left the region during the months of full-scale invasion alone.
The invaders report about 98.42%, which they believe is the percentage of voters in Luhansk oblast who supported joining russia.
According to the Luhansk Regional Military Administration, the newly opened Luhansk Medical Centre received equipment that had previously been taken from other hospitals in the territories occupied in 2022. Employees of local hospitals recognised the stolen equipment from photos on the Internet.
Based on the information provided by the Starobilsk Life telegram channel, in one of the streets of the temporarily occupied city, local partisans posted a Donetsk People’s Republic flag with the inscription ‘Manure’ on it. In such a way, the residents expressed their protest to the city’s pseudo-authorities.
Director of the Luhansk Regional Civil Protection and Territorial Defence Department, Oleksandr Chalyi, said that 1,468 Luhansk Regional Emergency Service workers are waiting for the de-occupation of the territories to complete their duties in their communities. Meanwhile, they are working in other regions in need of help. More than 75% of the total number of personnel left the occupied territories and continue to work.
The workers of the Luhansk Regional State Emergency Service extinguish fires in Kharkiv and other cities, rescue people under the rubble, carry out emergency evacuation work and transport humanitarian aid.
Head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration Dmytro Kuleba reports that a memorandum on the reconstruction of the military town in Hostomel was signed with the Minister of Foreign Affairs of France Catherine Colonna and representatives of the Neo Eco company. As part of the cooperation, the company plans to rebuild 6 residential buildings, a school, and a kindergarten. With the support of the French company, the dismantled buildings will be recycled and used for the construction of new eco-facilities.
Russian servicemen, who shot people in Kyiv oblast, have been served a notice of suspicion. On February 25, russian invaders fired at 12 cars in Hostomel using all types of weapons. The smallest number of hits in vehicles was 38 bullets, and the largest – 178. As a result, 11 people were killed and 15 were wounded. This was reported by Head of the National Police of Ukraine Ihor Klymenko. The police have released footage of war crimes committed by the russian military near Kyiv.
The Regional Military Administration reported that more than 20 residents with reduced mobility were evacuated to medical institutions of Kyiv oblast from Bakhmut, Toretsk, Avdiivka, and Volnovakha of Donetsk oblast. The emergency care workers and heads of medical institutions were waiting for the evacuation train at the railway station. Five bedridden people were taken to hospitals in the Bila Tserkva region by ambulances.
Residents of Kyiv oblast receive welfare payments on time. According to the Kyiv Regional Military Administration, since the beginning of the year, almost UAH 2.3 billion has been allocated from the state budget to provide funding for social benefits, privileges, subsidies, and compensations to residents of the oblast. In addition, there are new programs of financial assistance for citizens affected by the hostilities, as well as business support programs.
The renovations continue in the de-occupied communities. At the expense of the state budget subvention, windows will be replaced in more than 1K facilities. Currently, the structures have already been manufactured and delivered to 204 sites, and windows for another 279 sites are being manufactured.
During active hostilities in Kyiv oblast, school buses were used to evacuate local residents. As a result, 37 of them were destroyed or damaged by the invaders. According to the head of the Kyiv Military Administration, 40 new vehicles were handed over to the communities of the oblast so that children could conveniently and safely get to educational institutions.
The Ukrainian community in the Netherlands donated medical equipment to the Kyiv Regional Perinatal Center. Since the first days of the full-scale invasion, the community has been collecting and delivering humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine, as well as to military and territorial defense units.
The First Regional Forum was held regarding restoration of the territories of Zhytomyr oblast affected by the russian aggression. The forum was attended by representatives of foreign states, the Ukrainian government, MPs, and heads of the oblast communities. This was reported by Head of Zhytomyr Regional Military Administration Vitalii Bunechko.
More than 12K residents of the oblast temporarily lost their homes. More than 2200 private houses were damaged, and 169 of them were completely destroyed – they were home to 5K residents of Zhytomyr oblast. Despite the war and constant air raid alarms, the restoration works continue.
More than 770 infrastructure facilities of the oblast have been restored. Among them are private houses, high-rise buildings, schools, kindergartens, administrative buildings, medical institutions, cultural facilities, and higher educational institutions.
A trilateral Memorandum has been signed between the Zhytomyr RMA, the Ovruch community, and the Estonian Center for International Cooperation, which launches a project for constructing a new kindergarten in Ovruch.
The wreckage of a russian missile from the past shelling was found near the village of Dityntsia, the Potiivka community. This was reported by the National Police of Zhytomyr oblast. The dangerous “find” was reported to law enforcement officers by a farmer who saw it during agricultural activities in the field. The casing and several other fragments were located about 800 meters from the nearest residential building. Pre-trial investigation over violation of the laws and customs of war was initiated.
Latvian investors paid a working visit to the JSC Zhytomyroblenerho. They arrived to make sure that the company is capable of operating in case of emergencies related to the hostilities. Shareholders have also handed over Mavic 3 quadcopters to Ukrainian defenders. Since the beginning of the full-scale war, VS Energy Group has provided assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the amount of over UAH 60 million.
Thanks to the help of UNICEF representatives, 16 children from 10 communities of Zhytomyr oblast received high-quality hearing aids. These devices are small computers that will allow children to hear, adjust to society, receive a quality training at school or kindergartens, and communicate with their peers.
Over the past day, russian troops struck Seredina-Buda and Krasnopillia communities. As reported in the SBGS, 20 hits from barrel artillery and 40 shots from a 30-mm automatic grenade launcher were recorded.
The enemy continues to shell the border areas of Sumy oblast. Dmytro Zhivytskyi, Head of the Sumy RMA said that the Krasnopillia community suffered from mortar and artillery strikes. Two private houses were damaged and a high-voltage power line was partially damaged due to the shelling.
Sumy oblast is 98% ready for the heating season. Preparations are ongoing – heat and water supply and drainage facilities damaged by military operations are being restored. As reported by the Sumy RMA, installation of new equipment of the boiler house in Sumy will be completed by the end of October. As a result of Russian airstrikes there, almost 180 window units, more than 100 square meters of the roof and equipment were damaged.
Large families of immigrants and families whose houses were destroyed due to the war were given the keys to their apartments. According to the head of the Sumy RMA, 12 apartments were purchased by the branch of the State Fund for the Promotion of Youth Housing Construction (10 apartments in Sumy and 2 in Romny). Among the new settlers are families from Kharkiv, Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts. Men from many families defend Ukraine.
The enemy continues shelling the border line of Chernihiv oblast. In the Senkivka region, 70 explosions from AGS and 7 explosions from a 120 mm mortar were recorded, as reported by the ‘North’ Operational Command. Head of the Koriukivka military administration, Ivan Vashchenko, reported on the shelling of the Snovsk community from a Hrad MLRS.
Chairman of the National Assembly of France Yael Bron-Pivet and representatives of the delegation of the Embassy of the French Republic in Ukraine headed by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the French Republic in Ukraine Mr. Etienne de Ponsin visited Chernihiv oblast on a working trip. The guests inspected the cardiology center of the Chernihiv Regional Hospital, which was destroyed by a russian bomb strike, and dozens of destroyed buildings in the suburbs of Chernihiv.
Head of the Chernihiv RMA Viacheslav Chaus noted that France has taken Chernihiv oblast under its guardianship and plans to take an active part in its reconstruction. In the near future, another large-scale cargo will arrive from France – 6 bridges for Chernihiv oblast, building materials and other humanitarian aid.
Residents of the border area of Chernihiv oblast can get free firewood for the winter. In the territories adjacent to the war zones, the authorities should provide residents with free wood so that every family has an opportunity to heat their homes during the autumn and winter period. This was reported by the Ministry of Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories of Ukraine. Costs for the purchase and delivery of wood to regional military administrations are compensated by redistributing subventions from the state budget.
One-time financial assistance from the budget of Chernihiv will be provided to 271 more owners of damaged or destroyed private residential buildings. The total amount of assistance is almost UAH 4.5 million. The decision was made at a meeting of the executive committee of the city council. 717 people have already received material assistance under the city program for a total amount of more than UAH 13.6 million. The amount of financial aid depends on the degree of damage to the houses.
440 computers for local educational institutions, donated by the Czech Children of Ukraine Foundation, went to 18 border communities of Chernihiv oblast. Earlier, two schools in Chernihiv received 60 such devices as well as stationery.
A ‘circle of support’ was organized at Snovsk School No. 2 for migrant children and their parents. Art therapy meetings are organized for them in the resource room of the educational institution. Six such meetings have already taken place, attended by a total of 90 children.
At night, the enemy attacked Nikopol district four times overnight. They fired from Hrad MRLSs and heavy artillery.
The russian invaders hit the city of Nikopol three times. As a result of the shelling, a fire broke out in a private house, the area of fire was about 200 square meters. One farm building was destroyed. The lyceum building, a five-story building, more than ten private residences, a bus stop, and gas stations were damaged due to shelling. Some power lines were cut, as a result of which almost 8K households were left without electricity. People are unharmed.
In the morning, the Marganets community was also attacked. No casualties.
Head of the regional council Mykola Lukashuk announced that the previous evening, an enemy Kh-59 missile was shot down by air defense forces over the Kryvyi Rih region.
Volunteers from Vinnytsia handed over 680 kilograms of humanitarian aid to the fighters defending Kherson Oblast. These are medicines, food, hygiene products and other necessary things.
Residents of Kropyvnytskyi and six communities of the Oleksandriia region of Kirovohrad oblast bought and sent building materials to restore houses in Kharkiv Oblast that were damaged by Russian missiles.
The Poltava regional administration, the military unit A7312 and the public movement Defense of Poltava signed a memorandum of cooperation. Thus, the participants documented their readiness to unite and create a platform for training in tactical medicine in the region. This was reported by the Poltava RMA.
Head of the Cherkasy State Administration Ihor Taburets announced that Cherkasy oblast received support for socially vulnerable categories of the population. This time from the people of Kazakhstan. In total, 20 tons of aid was received.
The enemy shelled Zaporizhzhia and populated areas of Zaporizhzhia, Polohy and Vasylivka districts. During the day, the police registered 20 reports about war crimes committed by the occupiers.
During the day, including this morning, the russian military shelled the residential quarters of Huliaipole. The enemy fired three S300 missiles at the city center. A historical building was destroyed, a road was damaged. Information about the victims is being clarified.
russian terrorists also shelled the town of Stepnohirsk. Citizens informed the police about broken windows, damaged roofs and walls in houses, and outbuilding territories.
The occupiers bombarded a village in Zaporizhzhia oblast with prohibited phosphorus munitions. Several houses and a school burned down.
Melitopol Mayor Ivan Fedorov reported that only 0.5% of the residents of the occupied part of Zaporizhzhia oblast took part in the occupiers’ pseudo-referendum.
Volunteers installed a body armor made of car springs weighing 2.5 tons in the center of Zaporizhzhia. The bulletproof vest was made to show the importance of the Ukrainian volunteers’ work during the war.
At night, the enemy fired 5 S-300 missiles at the industrial infrastructure objects in Mykolaiv. No casualties.
A Su-35 fighter jet hit Bereznehuvate with an Kh-31 missile. The enemy projectile was destroyed in the air by air defense forces.
As a result of yesterday’s shelling of Mykolaiv, the russian occupiers damaged 56 infrastructure objects: 12 apartment buildings, 12 shops, 7 catering facilities, some office premises, administrative buildings, a pharmacy, a medical center, a bank branch, and a theater.
The police documented damage to three private residential buildings and hotel premises in Ochakiv. A 59-year-old local resident was injured as a result of shelling in Vesniane. The premises of the administration building and a bus stop were damaged.
On September 27, the enemy shelled the village of Parutyne, the Kutsurub community, with cluster shells. There are no casualties.
Villages of the Bereznehuvate community located on the front line remain under constant fire.
Since the beginning of the full-scale invasion, the russian troops destroyed more than 700 meters of water and sewage networks in Mykolaiv. As of September 28, Mykolaivvodokanal suffered losses in the amount of over 26 million hryvnias due to enemy shelling. The most extensive destruction is a damaged water pipe from the Dnipro River, which runs through the temporarily occupied territory of Kherson oblast. The cost of its restoration reaches 8.5 million hryvnias.
The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine renamed the Yuzhno-Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Mykolaiv oblast to Pivdenno-Ukrainian.
Employees of one of the largest Mykolaiv enterprises Zorya – Mashproekt received more than 5K food kits as humanitarian aid. Currently, due to the armed russian aggression people, who have lost the opportunity to work due to the operation suspension, need support.
The enemy launched a missile attack on Odesa oblast. Two Su-35 fighters fired 2 Kh-59 air-to-surface missiles from the Black Sea direction. Air defense forces destroyed both missiles in the air.
Ukrainian air defense shot down 22 kamikaze drones out of 32 that the russians launched in the south of the country. This was reported by the press center of the South Ukraine Defense Forces.
6 enemy ships continue to maneuver in the Black Sea along the southern coast of Crimea. 3 surface-to-air missile carriers equipped with 24 Kalibr missiles are on combat duty.
On September 28, four ships left Chornomorsk and Pivdenny ports. They have 115 K tons of agricultural products on board for the countries of Africa, Asia and Europe. MAGNUM FORTUNE, which carries 51 K tonnes of wheat for Bangladesh, and ALMERAY with 32.4 K tonnes of corn for Libya are among the vessels that departed from Odesa oblast.
The operational situation in the South Buh direction is complex and tense, but it is controlled by the Defense Forces.
Our units continue positional battles to improve and consolidate the position, as well as keep fire control of enemy facilities in the temporarily occupied territory.
The enemy sent a subversive reconnaissance group of 4 people to the Beryslav district in order to reconnoitre our positions, the units’ location and the likely directions of their actions. The enemy group was stopped in a gun battle.
The enemy tried to carry out offensive operations with a tank platoon towards Chkalove – Bezimenne. One tank blew up on an anti-tank mine, the other two retreated.
The Ukrainian military launched an attack on a checkpoint and a warehouse with ammunition in the Beryslav district.
The Armed Forces of Ukraine hit a weapons and equipment buildup in Kherson and an ammunition depot in the Novooleksandrivka community, Kherson oblast.
Over the past day, the police opened 15 criminal proceedings on the facts of war crimes committed by russian servicemen in Kherson oblast.
russian occupation forces fired about 50 rocket and large-caliber projectiles at civilian infrastructure and residential buildings. As a result of the shelling, more than 10 private houses, 7 economic buildings, a public transport stop, cars, power lines and gas pipelines were damaged. According to the preliminary information, there were no casualties.
The police continues to receive reports from the locals that collaborators and occupiers are forcing the local population to participate in the pseudo-referendum. Thus, armed soldiers of the russian federation came to the residences of elderly people in Kherson and Skadovsk regions and forced pensioners to vote with threats.
On the de-occupied territory near Visokopillia, the bodies of two civilian men with traces of violent death, previously from gunshot wounds, were discovered in a ditch.
The curfew time has been changed in Volyn. The curfew will last from 00:00. until 5:00 a.m.
The notification system is being modernized in Volyn. The Lutsk Council allocated UAH 2 million for an additional 20 autonomous electric sirens. They will be installed in communities located in the 30-kilometer zone of the Rivne NPP and in settlements bordering belarus and near customs crossings.
The Volyn border guards received a universal all-terrain vehicle, which was made by entrepreneurs from Kropyvnytskyi.
The volunteer headquarters Angar together with educational institutions of the city of Lutsk announced the action To Warm the Defenders. Everyone can collect drawings, funds and food for long-term storage for defenders. Volunteers will send all gifts and greetings to the soldiers of the Armed Forces.
In the center of Lutsk, the all-Ukrainian rally No to Fake Referendums was held.
In Zakarpattia, 88% of the interviewed forced displaced are ready to start working within two weeks if they find a job that suits them. They talk about the results of the study of the Free People’s Employment Center.
In Zakarpattia, the first Ukrainian business support program in the field of sheep breeding was developed.
In the Uzhhorod City Council, a meeting with representatives of the EU Advisory Mission on Reforming the Civil Security Sector of Ukraine was held.
The delegation of the Uzhgorod City Council took part in the Days of Ukraine in Slovakia, which are ongoing in Kosice.
The first social atelier opened in Ivano-Frankivsk. Here, seamstresses sew clothes for the military, forcibly displaced persons and low-income citizens.
The rescuers of the State Emergency Service of Lviv oblast received 98 new modern means of personal protection from the public organization Ukraine and Ukrainians Abroad.
The American Amsted Rail company plans to launch its production in Lviv oblast.
The Lviv City Council reported that Irish Kingspan Global is investing about 200 million euros in the creation of a construction technology hub in Lviv.
The leader and coordinators of the MH4U project Hayko Konigstein visited Lviv. MH4U is a project that helps create mental health centers.
The Lviv City Council reported that a specialized center for IDPs requiring special living conditions will be set up in Lviv.
Housing repairs for IDPs have begun in the Yavoriv region. It will appear at the state enterprise Sanatorium-resort medical center Shklo. 600 displaced people will be able to live in the sanatorium.
A new project of the Charitable Fund Ridnia – Integration of IDPs into the Social and Cultural Environment of the Stryi Community started in Stryi.
An exhibition was opened in Lviv, which makes sense of various experiences of a person experiencing war Reactivation.
A clothing bank for forcibly displaced people has started working in the Chervonohrad community
The RMA announced a 98% readiness of Rivne oblast for the heating season.
A message was received about mining of the Regional Diagnostic Center in Rivne. About 700 visitors and employees of the institution were quickly evacuated. The National Police, rescuers and the SSU checked the premises and the surrounding area. The message about the threat of an explosion was not confirmed, no explosive objects were found.
The Horodotsk territorial community bought an SUV for the needs of the anti-tank artillery division of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Representatives of the Lviv office of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees once again met with Head of the Rivne RMA Vitalii Koval.
30 small caps for the military ordered Rivnegaz. The equipment will be sent to their employees who are in the Armed Forces.
In Ternopil oblast, command and staff exercises of the civil protection system of the population were held. Its key goal is to determine the level of readiness for emergencies of man-made and natural nature in wartime conditions.
The cargo with medicines went from Ternopil oblast to Kharkiv oblast.
In Ternopilб a charity fair and concert were held to collect about UAH 70K for the needs of the Armed Forces.
Over UAH 27K were collected at a charity fair in the Baikovets community for the rehabilitation of the defender from Ternopil oblast Kostyantyn Rudohy.
Employees of the Khmelnytsky Waterworks and the units of the State Emergency Service worked out an algorithm of actions to provide water to citizens in case of emergency situations on power supply networks.
Khmelnytskyi received humanitarian aid from the twin-state of Mississippi, which was delivered to the oblast with the assistance of the Republic of Poland. Benefactors sent over 14 tons of cargo, including food, hygiene products, disinfectants, children’s toys, clothes and shoes. After sorting, the cargo will be distributed among the communities of the oblast, in accordance with the needs of the IDPs living there.
Over 30 objects have been identified in Bukovyna, which will be converted to accommodate displaced people. Repair and construction work will be carried out here by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, the International Organization for Migration, and the Agency for Technical Cooperation and Development.
The US will transfer up to 16 NASAMS installations to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
Lithuania will send about €2 million worth of winter uniforms for Ukraine. It will be enough for 25K Ukrainian soldiers.
The Ambassador of Germany Anka Feldhusen stated that in October, Ukraine will receive the latest IRIS-T air defense system, which even the Bundeswehr does not have. It is produced specially for Ukraine
The White House asked Congress to allocate an additional $35 million for Ukraine’s nuclear security.
The US Senate approved temporary funding of over $12 billion for Ukraine.
The US is preparing a new package of military aid to Ukraine worth 1.1 billion dollars.
The UN Food Organization plans to attract 180.4 million US dollars to help Ukraine.
The US can transfer the means of combating Iranian kamikaze drones to the Armed Forces.
Estonia will provide Ukraine with modular hospitals. They are needed primarily to strengthen the medical infrastructure in war-torn regions.
Minister of Foreign Affairs of France Catherine Colonna came to Kyiv.
The Ministry of Economy announced that Ukraine will create an office of the Food Organization of the United Nations.
The French eco-company Neo Eco will rebuild a school, kindergartens and 6 residential buildings in Gostomel.
Volodymyr Zelenskyy spoke at the meeting of the UN Security Council, convened due to pseudo-referendums in the occupied territories of Ukraine.
Head of the Office of the President Andrii Yermak phoned US President’s National Security Adviser Jacob Sullivan. They discussed continuation of security assistance to the Ukrainian army.
The leader of the right-wing Brothers of Italy party, which won the elections, Georgia Meloni, told Volodymyr Zelenskyy that he can count on her reliable support in the cause of Ukraine’s freedom.
The EU discusses disconnection from SWIFT of four more russian banks: Gazprombank, Alfa-Bank, Rosbank and Tinkoff Bank.
Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Estonia, Urmas Reinsalu, announced that Estonia wants to include Patriarch Kirill of the russian Orthodox Church in the list of EU sanctions.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg stated that NATO does not recognize referendums of the russian federation as they are a gross violation of international law.
The US Secretary of State Blinken stated that the US does not object to Kyiv using weapons against regions that may become part of the russian federation after pseudo-referendums.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called on NATO to replenish stockpiles of ammunition as soon as possible to continue supporting Ukraine.
The Ambassador of Germany Anka Feldhusen stated that Germany does not make demands of Ukraine regarding the use of delivered weapons against the russian federation.
The Ambassador of Israel to Ukraine Mykhailo Brodskyi stated that Israel recognizes the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine and does not recognize the results of the ‘referendums’ regarding the territories in the east of Ukraine.
Bulgaria asks its citizens to leave the russian federation urgently.
The US Embassy in moscow called on its citizens to leave the russian federation immediately.
The russian applications Vkontakte, Vkmusic and e-mail Mail have disappeared from the App Store.
Meta reported that Facebook exposed a large-scale disinformation network of the russian federation, which was disguised as well-known Western publications.
For the first time, Ukrainian firefighters will take part in the international challenge Festival of Rescue, which will start in Birmingham. The event will take place within the framework of international cooperation of the Emergency Situations Service and the Rescue Organization of the United Kingdom.
The Ambassador of Ukraine to Japan Serhii Korsunskyi reported that Ukrainian Zlata Ivashkova, who just finished school and learned Japanese on her own, published a book in Japan about Ukraine, the war and her hometown.
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