War in Ukraine: Zelensky denounces before the UN a crime against humanity after the new Russian strikes (review our live)

Before the UN, by videoconference, the Ukrainian president denounced the “crimes once morest humanity” carried out by Russia, a few hours following new strikes once morest energy infrastructure. “With temperatures below zero, several million people without energy supply, without heating and without water, this is obviously a crime once morest humanity“.

About 70 cruise missiles were fired by Russian forces, 50 of which were shot down, the Ukrainian Air Force Ministry said. They particularly affected the capital Kievthe city of Lviv and a maternity hospital near Zaporizhia.

Three nuclear power plants are currently without power following the Russian strikes, also indicated the national operator Energoatom.

According to kyiv, around 30 Ukrainian soldiers, prisoners of Russian forces, were released on Wednesday during a prisoner exchange. These would include defenders the Mariupol.

On the diplomatic level, thehe European Parliament today adopted a resolution recognizing Russia as a state sponsor of terrorism.

The website of the European Parliament has been the subject of a computer attack claimed by “a pro-Kremlin group”, making the link with the resolution that MEPs had approved by a large majority shortly before, recognizing Russia as a State supporting terrorism.

Washington has also confirmed $400 million in additional aid to Ukraine, for military equipment but also generators.

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