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07  décembre     18h19
IMF confirms Ukraine’s need for 42B in external financing next year
   The International Monetary Fund has confirmed that Ukraine will need at least USD billion in external support in to ensure financial and external economic stability.
Ukraine at OSCE: Putin needs some gains before presidential campaign
   Russia’s obsession with the war has become the only raison d’être for the Kremlin and, regardless of the price, the Russian dictator needs to show some gains in the war against Ukraine before his presidential campaign.
EU urges China to support Ukrainian Peace Formula, not to supply weapons to Russia
   During the th EU China summit in Beijing, the European Union strongly encouraged China to engage on the Ukrainian Peace Formula and insisted that China should refrain from supplying lethal weapons to Russia.
IMF to decide on next tranche for Ukraine on Dec 11
   The IMF Executive Board is scheduled to meet next Monday to discuss the second review of the EFF program for Ukraine, which will open the possibility of receiving the next tranche for the Ukrainian economy.
Two power units at frontline TPP shut down due to Russian shelling
   Due to Russian artillery shelling, the equipment of a frontline thermal power plant was seriously damaged. Two power units were shut down.
Some 104 torture chambers discovered across de-occupied areas - Prosecutor General
   Law enforcement officers have found torture chambers left by Russian occupiers across eight regions of Ukraine.
Ukrinform fundraising to purchase DJI Mavic drones for the 72nd Separate Mechanized Brigade
   Ukrinform announces a charity lottery a fundraising activity to purchase three DJI Mavic quadcopter drones for the nd Separate Mechanized Brigade named after the Black Zaporozhians.
Umerov, Pritzker discuss joint production of weapons, equipment by Ukraine, USA
   Together with Ukrainian Strategic Industries Minister Oleksandr Kamyshin, Ukrainian Defense Minister Rustem Umerov has held a meeting with U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine’s Economic Recovery Penny Pritzker.
Two bridges destroyed by hostilities restored in northern Zhytomyr region
   In the Narodychi community in the north of the Zhytomyr region, two more bridges that were destroyed as a result of hostilities have been restored.
Zelensky enforces sanctions against 185 individuals, 181 entities
   President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine has put into force the decision of the National Security and Defense Council to apply or amend personal sanctions against individuals and legal entities.
Yermak, Nuland discuss strengthening strategic partnership between Ukraine, U.S.
   The chief of the Ukrainian President’s Office, Andriy Yermak and the United States Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland discussed strengthening the strategic partnership between Ukraine and the United States.
Russians employing air force, trying to advance toward Kupiansk - Ukraine’s defense forces
   Over the past day, the Ukrainian Armed Forces killed in action a total of invaders and destroyed units of enemy equipment in the Lyman Kupiansk direction.
Ukraine at OSCE: Lavrov threatened Moldova in Skopje as he did to us in Stockholm
   Russia’s latest statements voiced at the meeting of the Council of Ministers of the OSCE threatening Moldova and the continuation of its aggressive war against Ukraine testify to the urgency of isolating the Russian Federation within the OSCE framework.
Ammonia supply route damaged by Russian shelling in Kherson but no public threat declared
   In Kherson, as a result of the Russian strike, the ammonia supply line at the food industry facility was damaged, but the leak was insignificant, no factory workers were injured, and no threat to the city’s residents was announced.
Corruption, scale of destruction biggest risks to future recovery - poll
   The latest poll says corruption and ongoing war remain the main problems for the country, and corruption in matters of future recovery concerns the population even more than the recurrence of hostilities.
Ukraine streamlines installation of mini CPPs at critical infrastructure facilities
   The Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has simplified the procedure for placing cogeneration gas piston units, required to ensure uninterrupted power supply, at critical infrastructure facilities, where they will be allowed to be installed bypassing an approval routine.
Ukrainian journalist abducted by Russia receives international award
   Ukrainian journalist Dmytro Khyliuk, who has been in Russian captivity since spring received the award conferred by the Platform of European Memory and Conscience.
Unblocking border: Ukraine, Poland’s trade unions agree to start dialogue
   The Union of Entrepreneurs and Employers of Poland ZPP and the Federation of Employers of Ukraine FRU agreed on the creation of a dialogue platform to reach a compromise on ending the blockade of border checkpoints.
Lithuania calls on U.S. Congress to approve aid for Ukraine
   Lithuanian Prime Minister Ingrida Simonyte and Minister for National Defense Arvydas Anusauskas have expressed hope that the U.S. Congress will approve an aid package for Ukraine as soon as possible.
Russians announce ’evacuation’ of population from occupied Nova Kakhovka - Khlan
   Russians have announced the ’evacuation’ of the population from Nova Kakhovka to the temporarily occupied territories of the Kherson region.
Zelensky dismisses Venislavskyi as president’s representative in Verkhovna Rada
   Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has dismissed Fedir Venislavskyi as his representative in the Verkhovna Rada.
Four injured as invaders shell village in Kherson region
   The enemy has shelled the village of Tiahynka in Ukraine’s southern Kherson region, wounding four people.
Ukraine, U.S. sign memorandum on joint production and exchange of technical data - Umerov
   As part of the Defense Industries Conference DFNC : US Edition, Ukraine and the United States have signed a memorandum on the joint production of weapons and exchange of technical data, with Ukraine expected to allocate an unprecedented budget for the development of defense production in .
850 medical facilities damaged by Russians fully or partially restored in Ukraine
   In more than a year and a half of war in Ukraine, almost medical facilities damaged by Russian troops have been fully and partially restored.
Deportation of over 19,500 Ukrainian children officially confirmed - Lubinets
   If Ukraine returns one child deported by the Russians every day, it will take years to return all of them.
Another group of Leopard tanks brought to Poland for repair from Ukraine
   Another batch of Leopard tanks from Ukraine has been brought to the repair hub at the Polish defense company Bumar abÄ dy in Gliwice southern Poland for repair.
Yermak, Stefanchuk, Umerov meet with Secretary Blinken
   Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak, Verkhovna Rada Chairman Ruslan Stefanchuk and Defense Minister Rustem Umerov have met with U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken as part of their visit to the United States.
Yermak discusses in Washington possibility of U.S. defense companies working in Ukraine
   Head of the Presidential Office PO Andriy Yermak and U.S. Special Representative for Ukraine’s Economic Recovery Penny Pritzker discussed the possibility of American defense companies working in Ukraine.
Ukraine receives almost 37.4B in international aid this year
   Since the beginning of the year, Ukraine has received almost . billion worth of international aid, including over . billion in October November.
Zelensky invites U.S. defense companies to cooperate
   President Volodymyr Zelensky invited American defense companies to cooperate with Ukraine.