- The head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is expected today at the Zaporozhye NPP. Russia says it is ready for dialogue.
- The IOC is calling for the return of Russian athletes to competition but is postponing the 2024 Olympics, drawing anger in Berlin and Warsaw. Moscow screams about discrimination.
- Russia is reported to have shot down US long-range missiles. Ukraine did not provide any information about the deployment of these devices.
- At the discussion forum “The World in Ukraine”, organized by Washington, Kyiv demands that Russia leave “every square meter” of its territory.
- In the Donetsk region, the city of Avdiivka is about to be “wiped off the face of the earth.”
- Zelensky welcomes the decision of the National Assembly to recognize the Holodomor as genocide.
I’Holodomor, genocide: Zelensky hails ‘historic’ decision
The National Assembly on Tuesday recognized the Holodomor, a famine perpetrated in Ukraine in the early 1930s by the Soviet authorities that resulted in the deaths of several million people, as genocide, a vote approved by the Ukrainian president.
In a resolution passed almost unanimously (168 votes to 2), MPs urged the government to do the same, to respond to Kiev’s strong expectations about this painful memory revived by the Russian invasion of the country. “Thanks to the NA deputies for this historic decision. The totalitarian regime of the Kremlin, neither in the past nor in the present, could destroy and will never destroy truth and justice! “, the Ukrainian president greeted in a French-language tweet.
Ukraine is pleased with the “postponement” of the IOC decision on Russian athletes at the 2024 Olympics
Ukraine said it was satisfied with the “postponement” of the IOC’s decision on the possible participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes in the 2024 Olympics in Paris, as the international body shied away from resolving the issue on Tuesday.
“We managed to achieve the postponement of the decision on the integration of Russians and Belarusians in the 2024 Olympics,” Ukrainian Sports Minister Vadim Gutsayt wrote on Facebook. He said he wanted to “work” so that no “patriotic” Russian athlete “could enter the international sports arena.”
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