Additionally, the 82,000 Ukrainians and their immediate family members have been “paroled” into the United States under the “U4U” which stands for United for Ukraine program, the U.S. Citizenship, and Immigration Services has reportedly said.
The program authorizes Ukrainians to dwell in the U.S. for two years. According to the United Nations, nearly a million Ukrainians, or 20% of the population, have escaped since Russia raided in February. Most have settled, at least temporarily, in Poland and other European countries.
And according to a recent Ukrainian report, at least 13,000 children have been kidnaped from their residences and moved to Russia.
“And this, unfortunately, is not the definitive figure,” said Daria Herasymchuk, Ukraine’s presidential advisor for children’s rights and rehabilitation. “We still have to comprehend at least tens of thousands of Ukrainian children who were looted by the Russian authorities.
Additionally, 13 million tons of grain have been exported out of Ukraine via the Black Sea humanitarian corridor set up by the U.N., Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan declared on Sunday. Erdogan said the export of other food products might also be permitted soon.
Germany declared that it will deliver Ukraine with 470 power generators of various capacities as the invaded country of more than 40 million people toils to provide electricity to its populace. And Norway announced a $100 million package to assist in energy restoration.
Russia’s unrelenting missile and drone attacks have authorities in Ukrainian cities toiling to provide electricity, running water, and other necessities. The infrastructure problems and resulting rumbling blackouts have become life-threatening, with winter temperatures routinely at or below freezing.
The U.S. and Britain enunciate Russia already have been using Iranian attack drones, a claim Iran has rejected. Russia most likely has used up a large ratio of its short-range ballistic missiles, the assessment conveys.