Vladimir Zelensky in Chisinau
Volodymyr Zelenskyy took part in the celebrations on the occasion of the Independence Day of Moldova; the law on writing off the debts of thermal workers was approved. Korrespondent.net highlights the main events of yesterday.
Zelensky visits Chisinau on the occasion of Moldova’s Independence Day
The Ukrainian delegation headed by President Volodymyr Zelensky took part in the festive events on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Moldova. At the same time, the head of state arrived at the military parade in Chisinau with a delay, because due to heavy fog, his plane could not land at the capital’s airport the first time.
The President of Ukraine signed a law on the restructuring of debts at tariffs
The head of the Ukrainian state Volodymyr Zelenskyy signed the law On measures aimed at overcoming the crisis and ensuring financial stability in the natural gas market… According to the document, the debts of enterprises for natural gas to Naftogaz can be restructured, and to TKE and VKH – they can be repaid at the expense of the state budget.
Record for vaccination against coronavirus updated in Ukraine
In Ukraine, 173,435 coronavirus vaccinations were made per day, which is a record figure since the start of the vaccination campaign. 55,908 people received one dose, 117,527 residents of the country were fully immunized. In general, 5.2 million people have been vaccinated against infection in Ukraine. Of these, 3.4 million are fully vaccinated.
Ukrainian defender was mortally wounded in Donbass
In the area of the Joint Forces operation in Donbass, as a result of the shelling of the separatists, one OS serviceman was wounded incompatible with life. The fighter became the second defender to die since the beginning of the week.
Hundreds of thousands of Ukrainians received COVID certificates online
The head of the Ministry of Finance, Mikhail Fedorov, said that in a week, almost 300 thousand people issued Ukrainian COVID certificates in the Diya application. The minister recalled that everyone who received two doses of vaccine and has an ID-passport and / or biometric passport can generate a signature and receive certificates through the application.
In Afghanistan, the number of victims of terrorist attacks in Kabul clarified
The death toll in the bombings in Kabul exceeded 200 people, and another 200 people, including at least 18 US military personnel, were injured. As stated in the British Foreign Office, among the dead at the capital’s airport are two Britons and a child of one of them.
The Ministry of Health predicted a five-year COVID pandemic
The chief sanitary doctor of Ukraine, Igor Kuzin, said that, in his opinion, the coronavirus pandemic could last another two to five years – “until some general global prevention strategy emerges in the form of either a universal vaccination or treatment.” The reason for this state of affairs, he said, is that the virus mutates quickly.
Biden instructed to allocate $ 60 million to Ukraine
US President Joe Biden instructed the State Department to allocate about $ 60 million to Ukraine from the Pentagon. The aid is intended to finance the Ukrainian defense sector: for products and services of the Ministry of Defense, as well as for military education and training of military personnel.
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