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Canada: Ukraine in immersion: we read the book of the newspaper "The Kyiv Independent"

Canada shares expertise on moving grain from Ukraine, but faith in Russia 'nil'

  Canada shares expertise on moving grain from Ukraine, but faith in Russia 'nil' OTTAWA — Canada is working to help get much-needed grain out of Ukraine to famine-threatened parts of the world, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday, now that the embattled country and Russia have signed deals to allow that to happen. Russia and Ukraine signed separate agreements Friday with Turkey and the United Nations, clearing the way for the export of millions of tons of desperately needed Ukrainian grain — as well as Russian grain and fertilizer. Speaking to journalists during a visit to Prince Edward Island, Trudeau cautioned that Russia has shown nothing but bad faith, adding his faith in the country is "pretty much nil.

Après bientôt cinq mois de guerre, le Kyiv independent, grâce à son équipe, continue à informer sans relâche sur la situation en Ukraine. Grâce à l'expérience de ses journalistes dans le pays, il offre une couverture très informée des évènements, comme dans le cas de la récente purge au sommet des services de sécurité et du Parquet, annoncée dimanche 17 juillet par Volodymyr Zelensky. © Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA/Maxppp After almost five months of war, the Kyiv Independent, thanks to his team, continues to inform without release on the situation in Ukraine. Thanks to the experience of his journalists in the country, he offers very informed coverage of events, as in the case of the recent purge at the top of the security and prosecution services, announced Sunday July 17 by Volodymyr Zelensky. Founded in October 1995 by the American businessman Jed Sunden, the English newspaper kyiv Post, on the model, among others, of the Russian Moscow Times, the Prague Post Czech or the Budapest Sun Hungarian, aimed, in the years which followed the fall of the Berlin Wall, to provide quality information to local expatriates. Another point in common with all these titles: their editors were for the most part formed young Anglo-Saxon journalists, but also English speakers. After the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, the Russian version of the Moscow Times was blocked on April 15 by the Russian authorities, for having published an article on the army, and the two editorials moved to Amsterdam, like most Independent media of the country. To read also: the role of energy in the Russian-Ukrainian conflict: we have read "hidden wars" by Marc Endewelden Ukraine, where the majority of the media are the property of competing oligarchs, a split 'Another genre took place last year. Bought, in 2018, by Adnan Kivan, the Syrian real estate developer whose towers disfigured the seafront in Odessa, the kyiv Post was closed by its owner last November, and its licensed editorial staff, after the latter is opposed to the launch of a Ukrainian version out of its editorial control. A week later, the resigning writing, pooling its allowances and with the help of an emergency subsidy of the European Foundation for Democracy, launched a new digital title, The Kiyv Independent, with the plan to be "An independent voice in English," says Alexander Query, journalist and title editor. The British Guardian Crowfunding System was adopted. Three months later, war broke out. "We went from 30,000 to 2 million subscribers on Twitter," notes Alexander Query, who had already worked as a war reporter in the Donbass in 2016. A project to be supported by Kiyv Independent, the majority of whom Features are Ukrainian, is rich in knowledge of the country and the field obviously much more intimate than that of special envoys of the international press. Testimony of a unique experience of immersion of a young writing in a country at war, edge book of the Ukrainian resistance (New World Éditions), is also a committed book. There is no logically there to advocate prorussian. But we will read in particular the premonitory and incredibly fair article of Illia Ponomarenko, "even if Russia attacks, the defeat of Ukraine is not written", published on February 15, or nine days before the invasion: The author plans exactly the pitfalls to which the Russian army has collided and details the advantages of Ukraine. Under the bombs ", by Thaisa Semenova recounts, on March 6, the coming to the world of the son of Maria Shostak, the day after the invasion, under the Russian bombing. "We expected an invasion, not bombing," said Alexander Query, who admits to having, in shock from the assault, to go and get a respite from Lviv. There was a time for the NGO Reporters Sans Frontières, to equip its colleagues with protections. Then he returned to kyiv. After almost five months of war, the Kyiv independent thanks to its team, continues to inform tirelessly about the situation in Ukraine. Thanks to the experience of his journalists in the country, he offers very informed coverage of events, as in the case of the recent purge at the top of the security and prosecution services, announced Sunday July 17 by Volodymyr Zelensky. * The Kiyv Independent, edge book of the Ukrainian resistance, new world editions, 350 p., 19.90 euros

Ukraine: dozens of Russian soldiers killed in Kherson, according to Kyiv .
Ukraine-crise: Ukraine: dozens of Russian soldiers killed in Kherson, according to Kyiv © Reuters/Alexander Ermoshenko Ukraine: dozens of Russian soldiers killed in Kherson , According to Kyiv by Max Hunder and Pavel Polityuk Odessa/Kyiv, Ukraine (Reuters) - the Ukrainian army said on Saturday that it had killed dozens of Russian soldiers and destroy two deposits of ammunition in fighting in the Kherson region, Center From Kyiv's counter-offensive to the south and key area of ​​Moscow's supply

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