Weekend Reads: War in Ukraine: a bombed prison, Zelensky denounces "a deliberate Russian war crime"

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 War in Ukraine. New American help, Russia is focusing on Africa ... Le Point on the night © U.S. Army Photo by Capt. Angelo Mejia, 5th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment The United States will provide new aid to Ukraine, including four new Himars precision artillery systems. Washington announced a new military aid of $ 270 million to Ukraine, while Volodymyr Zelensky asks the UN to monitor the right application of the cereal agreement. For its part Moscow tries to find new economic partnerships in Africa. Back on the events that marked the night of Friday 22 to Saturday 23 July.

Friday, the bombing of Olfara, Ukraine, left "more than 50 dead"

Volodymyr Zelensky © Pavlo Bahmut/UkrinForm/ SIPA Volodymyr Zelensky hits - Friday, the bombing of Olenivka prison, Ukraine, left "more than 50 dead"

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky qualified the bombing on Friday of a prison that made " More than 50 dead "of" deliberate Russian war crime ", after Moscow accused the Ukrainian forces of being responsible for it.

The strike on Olenivka prison, where Ukrainian prisoners of war were in separatist territory in eastern Ukraine, is "a deliberate Russian war crime, a deliberate mass murder" declared the Ukrainian head of state. This "attack by occupants" left "more than 50 dead".

Ukraine: eight political figures deprived of their nationality by presidential decree

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earlier, the Russian army had reported 40 dead and 75 wounded, the pre -rassian separatist authorities in the Donetsk region, for their part of up to 53 people.

According to Ukraine, the attack "was carried out by mercenaries of the Wagner division"


Video: prison bombed in Ukraine: "a deliberate Russian war crime", according to Zelensky (AFP)

Your Browser Does Not Support this Video at first, it was Moscow who had questioned kyiv. The Russian investigation committee accused Ukrainian forces of having "shot the prison where

members of the Azov battalion are detained, using American projectiles from the Himars system".

The Azov regiment had distinguished itself in the defense of Marioupol (southeast). After long weeks of siege and resistance on the steel site of Azovstal, some 2,500 Ukrainian fighters went to the Russian army in May. Moscow said they would be imprisoned in Olenivka.

War in Ukraine: Zelensky continues the cleaning of the secret services

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"This scandalous provocation aims to frighten Ukrainian soldiers and dissuade them from surrender," said the Russian Defense Ministry. But Ukraine then quickly denied having targeted civil infrastructure or prisoners of war, ensuring that the army "fully adheres to the principles and standards of international humanitarian law".

The Ukrainian staff estimated that it was thus to "accuse Ukraine of having committed war crimes" and of "camouflaging

tortures of prisoners and executions" which were there "Perpetrated". According to Ukrainian intelligence, the attack "was carried out by mercenaries of the Wagner division" and "was not coordinated with the management" of the Russian Ministry of Defense, said the Ukrainian staff. Russian public television has released images presented as those of charred barracks and destroyed metal bed reinforcements. She has shown blurred images of what seems to be human bodies.

Ukraine hopes to resume its exports this week

 Ukraine hopes to resume its exports this week © SOPA Images/SIPA In the coming days, Ukraine expects to resume its cereal exports despite recent strikes perpetrated at the port of Odessa. Ukraine will again export its cereals and hopes to do it "this week". This is what kyiv announced on Monday after having passed an agreement with Moscow in Istanbul on Friday , under the aegis of the UN, reports the AFP.

For its part,

The European Union condemned "with the greatest firmness the atrocities committed by the Russian armed forces and their supplies", in a press release from its head of diplomacy targeting both the bombing of the prison And accusations of torture on a Ukrainian prisoner. "These inhuman and barbaric acts constitute serious violations of the Geneva conventions and their additional protocol and are similar to war crimes," added Josep Borrell.

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