US News: War in Ukraine: worry of a "new Chernobyl" in Lviv, and 13 dead in bombings in Kharkiv

War in Ukraine: Connection of the Zaporojie nuclear power plant to Crimea, arrest of journalist Marina OVSYANNIKOVA

 War in Ukraine: Connection of the Zaporojie nuclear power plant to Crimea, arrest of journalist Marina OVSYANNIKOVA this Wednesday, August 10, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every evening, on the progress of the conflict In Ukraine © AFP a Russian soldier patrolling in front of the Ukrainian nuclear power plant in Zaporojie. (Illustration) Recap ' - This Wednesday, August 10, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every evening, on the advance of the conflict in Ukraine You missed the last events on the war in Ukraine ? Do not panic, 20 minutes takes stock for you every night, at 7:30 p.m.

this Thursday, August 18, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every night, on the advance From the conflict in Ukraine

Le secrétaire général des Nations Unies Antonio Guterres (gauche) et le président turc Recep Tayyip Erdogan (droite) sont attendus à Lviv, en Ukraine, ce jeudi afin d'y rencontre le président ukrainien Volodymyr Zelensky. © Vadim Savitskii/Sputnik/Sipa The Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres (left) and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (right) are expected in Lviv, Ukraine, this Thursday to meet the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky. Recap ' - This Thursday, August 18, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every evening, on the progress of the conflict in Ukraine

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Ukraine and Russia once again accuses shots on the Zaporijjia

 Ukraine and Russia once again accuses shots on the Zaporijjia © Ed Jones nuclear power plant The Zaporijjia nuclear power plant, photographed since Nikopol in Ukraine on April 27, 2022 kyiv and Moscow again exchanged Shooting on the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant, the largest in Europe, occupied by Russia and targeted several times for a week.

The info of the day

Volodymyr Zelensky, Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Antonio Guterres met in Lviv. The Ukrainian president, his Turkish counterpart and the secretary general of the UN joined in the west of Ukraine, almost six months after his invasion by Russia.

Зеленський зустрівся з Гутеррешем – говорили про полонених, ситуацію на ЗАЕС та зерно https://t.co/vllo29OFFN pic.twitter.com/2bRso9vgks

— Ukrinform (@UKRINFORM) August 18, 2022

« La visite du President of the Turkey in Ukraine is a powerful support for support from such an important country, "said Volodymyr Zelensky on Telegram. Recep Tayyip Erdogan notably alarmed the danger of a "new Chernobyl", due to the situation around the Zaporojie nuclear power plant. The UN, for its part, wants to "intensify" Ukrainian cereal exports before the arrival of winter. The three men addressed the "need for a political solution" to the conflict, according to the United Nations spokesman Stephane Dujarric.

in LVIV, Guterres, Erdogan and Zelensky are worried about tensions around the Zaporijjia

 in LVIV, Guterres, Erdogan and Zelensky are worried about tensions around the Zaporijjia © Ukrainian Press Service/Handout power plant via Reuters The Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky (center) surrounded by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres, August 18, 2022 in Lviv. The leaders of Ukraine, Turkey and the UN, gathered in Lviv in Ukraine, discussed two key points in this conflict this Thursday: the cereal export agreement and the growing tensions around the Zaporijjia nuclear power plant.

The sentence of the day "The UN must therefore ensure the security of this strategic site, its demilitarization and its complete release of the Russian troops"

by receiving the secretary general Antonio Guterres, the Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky called the UN To protect the Zaporojie nuclear power plant, occupied by Russia. For several weeks, the power station has been targeted by recurring bombings, of which kyiv and Moscow have been accused each other. On Telegram, the leader recalls the "deliberate terror" caused by Russia, which "can have major catastrophic consequences for the whole world".

The figure of the day

1. This is the percentage of the population of the regions of Kherson and Zaporojie to have received Russian passports, according to the Ukrainian ministry for the reintegration of temporarily occupied territories. Last May, Vladimir Putin signed a decree authorizing local authorities pro Russians to issue passports to the inhabitants. kyiv had denounced a "blatant violation" of his territorial integrity.

Macron and Putin, the reunion on the phone: what they said this Friday

 Macron and Putin, the reunion on the phone: what they said this Friday their last telephone interview dates back to May 28. © AFP.com/dmitry Lovetsky Emmanuel Macron and Vladimir Putin in Saint Petersburg, May 25, 2018 Vladimir Putin and Emmanuel Macron had not spoken since May 28. The Russian and French presidents had a telephone interview this Friday, August 19 in the afternoon.

The #ukrainian Minister of Reintegration of the Temporal Territories Territories Reports That Less Than 1% of Population of #kherson and #zaporizhya regions have received #russian passports.

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-Nexta (@nexta_tv) August 18, 2022

The trend of day

The bombings continue northeast of Ukraine. At the end of the afternoon, this Thursday, the record rose to six people who died after a Russian strike. The fighting continues in the Kharkiv region (northeast), where the Ukrainians accuse the Russians of having bombed residential areas. The day before, the second city in the country, Kharkiv, was affected by a missile. A three -story residential building was destroyed during a Russian bombardment causing "a powerful fire", killing thirteen people and dozens injured.

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This Friday, August 26, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every evening, on the advance of the conflict in Ukraine © China New/SIPA The Zaporojie nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. Recap ' - This Friday, August 26, "20 minutes" takes stock for you, like every evening, on the progress of the conflict in Ukraine You missed the last events on The War in Ukraine ? Do not panic, 20 minutes takes stock for you every night, at 7:30 p.m.

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