World: Report. "War only ends when Russia collapses": in Ukraine, the question of opening negotiations is not unanimous

The Ukraine war in maps | Russia launches largest missile attack of the conflict against key infrastructure

  The Ukraine war in maps | Russia launches largest missile attack of the conflict against key infrastructure A Ukrainian Air Force spokesman said that around 100 cruise missiles targeted 13 provinces. NATO says it is ‘very likely’ that the projectile that hit Poland was fired by Kyiv’s defense systemsA spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force said that around 100 cruise missiles had been launched at mainly civilian infrastructure targets in the provinces of Kyiv, Rivne, Zhytomyr, Lviv, Khmelnytskyi, Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Vinnytsia, Odesa, Kirovohrad, Cherkasy, Volyn and Kharkiv.

after nine months of war, Ukraine continues its counter-offensive. While winter promises to be harsh for civilians, the question of negotiations with Russia is mentioned but it is far from gathering.

"Those who want to push Ukraine to negotiate, I ask them: if you had lost so many close friends because of the war, you would be ready to negotiate, you? '"

Andrey, Ukrainian soldier

in Franceinfo

After nine months of war, the Ukrainian army recovered part of the territory and continues its counter-offensive. But the country is still at the mercy of the Russian bombs. The infrastructure is struck and the human record is extremely heavy. Andrey and his companions have no authorization to reveal how many of their companions have been killed. Andrey - her eyes gets gets up - summarizes: too much. Very good. "To those who want to negotiate, I leave them care to say it to the wives and mothers of my companions who were killed."

Deadly missile strike adds to Ukraine war fears in Poland

  Deadly missile strike adds to Ukraine war fears in Poland PRZEWODOW, Poland (AP) — Since the invasion of Ukraine more than eight months ago, Poland has aided the neighboring country and millions of its refugees — both to ease their suffering and to help guard against the war spilling into the rest of Europe. But a missile strike that killed two men Tuesday in a Polish village close to the Ukrainian border brought the conflict home and added to the long-suppressed sense of vulnerability in a country where the ravages of World War II are well remembered.

in Mykolaiev, Igor, he is not a military. His city is among those that have undergone very heavy bombings. Igor deeply loves his country. But like many others, he prefers to say it discreetly: yes, for him, you have to negotiate, and above all not try to recover the Crimea. "I think the territories should be released. But Crimea, it was really very 'russified,', he says, I am not sure at all that its inhabitants want to return to Ukraine. And then the price to pay would be so high. "

" we cannot wage war forever. I am an optimist. But at the same time, I am also realistic. "

Igor, resident of Mykolaiev

in Franceinfo

The sacrifices are too large and after nine months of war, the sufferings marked the country with a hot iron. Igor knows that the more war will last, the more against the current.

Ukraine Situation Report: Another Body Count Controversy .
A misstatement during a speech calling for an investigation into Russian war crimes highlighted sensitivity over battlefield body counts.The body count became an issue again Wednesday when Ursula von der Leyen, President of the European Commission (EC), delivered a short speech proposing the establishment of a specialized court backed by the United Nations “to investigate and prosecute Russia's crime of aggression.

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