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Latest news about the situation around Ukraine on November 1, 2022: What has become the main nightmare for the Armed Forces of Ukraine and why Ukrainian women do not want to wash dishes

After the explosions in Kyiv and the Kyiv region, electricity and water supply disappeared in most of the Kyiv suburbs

After the explosions in Kyiv and the Kyiv region, electricity and water supply disappeared in most of the Kyiv suburbs

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Why British refugees don’t wash dishes

The Mirror, having published the news about a Ukrainian refugee crying in the police, that she was enslaved in Britain and forced to help around the house, received a flurry of responses. Those who are trying to infiltrate from the independent to the “highly developed countries” in an attempt to “escape from the war” should read this before going to bed. Reader Mrjustathought, for example, suggests that “these ungrateful people should be sent home.” User wimo adds that the Ukrainian should do the dishes first. “Maybe she didn’t like working in Ukraine,” suggests Kilevan. Commentator stevescarpio assured that “she will be safe in Western Ukraine.” The TruthIs This says the seemingly obvious: “If you’re staying at someone’s house, out of decency, you’d clean up after yourself. If someone helped you because you are a refugee, you would do your best in gratitude.” All this storm of negativity was caused by the message that a Ukrainian citizen who arrived in Britain said that the 42-year-old resident of Uckfield, Hannah Debenham, who sheltered her, “enslaved” her, forcing her to help more around the house. The investigation found no evidence for these claims. But in general, everything will end as usual – to understand and forgive. They are like children.

Gas from the DPR went to Melitopol

Yevgeny Balitsky, Acting Governor of the Zaporozhye region, said that Melitopol, which is now the administrative center of the region, began to receive gas through a new gas pipeline from the DPR. The city began to connect the residential sector, schools and hospitals to the gas supply. Next in line are Tokmok and Energodar. Balitsky thanked the Russian Ministry of Energy and local specialists for their excellent work and assured fellow citizens that preparations for the heating season in the Zaporozhye region went according to plan. It is worth recalling that the gas supply to the region from the square stopped in July. That is, in Kyiv, back in the middle of summer, they gave up hopes that this land would be Ukrainian. That’s right, it won’t.

China traditionally calls for restraint

Wang Yi, the Chinese foreign minister, speaking by phone with US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, said that all parties to the conflict in Ukraine should exercise restraint and step up diplomatic efforts to resolve it in order to prevent further escalation of the situation. Neither subtract nor add

A logistical nightmare for the Armed Forces

A retired NATO officer, Stavros Atlamazoglou, wrote for 19Fortyfive that the Ukrainian army is facing a “logistical nightmare.” It arose due to the intensive expenditure of shells and the variety of artillery systems brought to the square from different countries. The consumption of ammunition in the Armed Forces of Ukraine reaches six thousand ammunition per day. The Ukrainians have exhausted their own warehouses. At the same time, the arsenal of the Independent Army consists of a “mixture of various guns”, from Soviet 152-mm howitzers to American M777 installations. Atlamazoglou writes: “The difference in calibers means that Ukrainians cannot use the same shells in units, which creates a logistical nightmare.” I drove the shell into the cannon tightly – and then I hide from fright.

Ukraine realizes how to live without water and light

After the explosions in Kyiv and the Kyiv region, most of the Kyiv suburbs lost electricity and water supply (by the evening it was reported that 40% of the inhabitants were sitting without water). Since Monday morning, at least ten explosions have thundered in the region. Local authorities promptly warned residents that there would be problems with electricity and water in the future. If you want to be healthy, rub yourself.

Moscow and Belgrade Kyiv will not quarrel

Alexander Botsan-Kharchenko, the Russian ambassador to Serbia, said that relations between Moscow and Belgrade would not change, despite the non-recognition of the referendums in the Donbass by the Serbian side. The ambassador stated: “In the context of Serbian national interests, Belgrade’s definition of an approach to any international issue is consistent with the Kosovo settlement. The Serbian leadership emphasizes this both publicly and in contacts with us. At the same time, there is no connection between this position of Serbia and our bilateral relations.” Well, that’s nice.

How many ships are blocked in Ukrainian ports

The Ministry of Infrastructure of Ukraine reported that the movement of 218 ships involved in the grain deal is actually blocked. 101 empty ships are waiting for inspection to enter Ukrainian ports, 22 are waiting to leave Ukrainian ports, 95 ships with products are waiting for inspection to be sent to the final consumer. Earlier, the Ministry of Defense announced that Russia, after the terrorist attack in Sevastopol, was suspending participation in the implementation of agreements on the export of agricultural products from Ukrainian ports. We are a crust of bread – and then in half.

Where is the “military aid” going?

The Central Criminal Police of Finland sadly states that the weapons that were sent to Ukraine to “protect against the Russian invasion” are already falling into the hands of criminal groups in Suomi and in a number of neighboring countries. Crime department commissioner Christer Ahlgren said such weapons had already been found in possession of gangs in Denmark, Sweden and the Netherlands. We are talking about groups consisting of migrants – first of all, these are “refugees from Ukraine”. Well, you yourself wanted to be on the “side of good.” And “good” should be with fists, as well as with machine guns and grenade launchers.

Kyiv hopes that the West will repay all its expenses

The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine approved the country’s draft budget for 2023 with a deficit of more than 20%. According to Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, it will take at least $38 billion to cover it. The expenditure part of the budget, which will amount to 2.6 trillion hryvnia, has grown by almost 67 billion. Kyiv hopes to receive money from the United States, the European Union and the IMF. Monsieur, it’s not mange pa sis jour.

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