Explosions heard in several Ukrainian regions – World news

The Ukrainian authorities announced that explosions occurred in the city of Krivoy Rog in the Dnipropetrovsk region, as well as explosions in Chernihiv, according to the Russian news agency RIA Novosti.

Earlier today, Friday, the Ukrainian authorities announced, on Friday morning, a state of air alert in most parts of Ukraine, while the situation did not include 4 regions in western Ukraine, according to maps of the Ukrainian Ministry of Digital Transformation.

Warning of air raids in Odessa and Mykolaiv

Earlier, the Ukrainian authorities announced readiness to warn of air strikes in: “Odessa, Rovna, Mykolaiv,” according to the Russian news agency “Sputnik”.

For its part, Ukrainian media reported that explosions occurred in the “Kiev region”, and explosions occurred in the Khmelnitsky region.

France: It is not possible to live in a world in which sovereignty depends on the balance of power

In turn, the French ambassador to the United Nations, Nicolas de Rivière, said that Russia should not be allowed to win in the Ukrainian crisis, adding at a meeting of the UN Security Council that it is not possible to live in a world in which the sovereignty and security of all depends only on the balance of power.

In the French capital, Paris, the Russian embassy condemned the French Senate’s consideration of the Ukraine famine in the 1930s as genocide, pointing on its website to the use of past events for miserable political purposes, in the context of the hybrid war waged by the West against Moscow.

On Wednesday, the French Senate overwhelmingly adopted a resolution deeming the Ukraine famine of 1932-1933 genocide.

A famine swept Ukraine, Belarus, Western Siberia, Kazakhstan, the Volga region, the northern Caucasus and the southern Urals in the early thirties of the last century, causing the death of between two million and eight million people.

The Russian embassy stressed that the political games around the Golodomor famine in favor of Ukraine are only in line with Kiev policies that adopt extreme nationalism and neo-Nazism.

For its part, the Russian company “Azimut” will implement the first flight from Moscow to Tbilisi, today, Friday, after “Moscow” and “Tbilisi” resumed flights between them after they were suspended since 2019, according to the Russian news agency “Sputnik”.