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What has happened in the last hours in Ukraine

On the 64th day of the war initiated by Russia against Ukraine, these are the key data at 08:00 this Thursday, April 28:

The International Criminal Court denounces before the UN that Russia does not cooperate in investigating war crimes. The requests for collaboration sent to Russia by Karim Khan, chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, have not received a response, as revealed on Wednesday at an informal meeting of the United Nations Security Council, held at its headquarters in New York to discuss crimes committed in war. The court’s investigation, which began in March at the request of dozens of states, seeks alleged evidence of the atrocities committed in the invasion of Ukraine by Russia, a country that systematically labels them as fake news (fake news) without providing convincing evidence.

Zelensky: “Russia is trying to provoke a world price crisis.” The Ukrainian president, Volodímir Zelenski, has assured that “Russia tries to cause a world price crisis” with the decision of the Gazprom company to cut off gas supplies to Poland and Bulgaria for not paying in rubles. As Zelensky has expressed in the statement that he broadcasts every night, Russia’s goal is “to start chaos in all basic markets and especially in the food market.”

Borrell: “The European Union’s dependence on Russian gas has gone too far.” The head of European Union diplomacy, Josep Borrell, acknowledged this Wednesday in Santiago de Chile that the block’s dependence on Russian gas and oil “has gone too far”, after the Kremlin interrupted gas exports to Poland and Bulgaria. He has also announced that the 27 will face this new act of aggression. The EU has called an extraordinary meeting of energy ministers on May 2.

Ukraine estimates the damage caused by Russia at 90,000 million dollars. Ukraine claims that Russia has caused damage to its infrastructure valued at 90,000 million dollars since the invasion of March 24, as reported by the kyiv government on Wednesday.

The war in Ukraine leaves at least 2,787 civilians dead and 3,152 wounded, according to the UN. The United Nations Organization has denounced that Russia’s war in Ukraine has so far caused 5,939 civilian victims, of which 2,787 have died and 3,152 have been injured. The UN report shows that most of the casualties have occurred in the Ukrainian government-controlled territory of Donetsk and Lugansk.

In the picture, of Carol Guzy (Zuma Press/ContactoPhoto), collection of a corpse in Bucha, on the outskirts of kyiv, on April 14.

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