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Kyiv mayor Klitschko hits back at Zelenskyy criticisms

Sky News Monday, 28 November 2022
Kyiv mayor Klitschko hits back at Zelenskyy criticismsThe mayor of Kyiv, former professional boxer Vitali Klitschko, has traded rhetorical punches with Ukraine's president over how to help residents withstand power cuts.
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Wave of High-Ranking, Ukrainian Officials Resign, Amid Corruption Crackdown. 'Newsweek' reports that a number of high-profile Ukrainian officials have stepped down amid a nationwide anti-corruption crackdown. . Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Ukraine's deputy head of the presidential office, asked to be relieved of his duties after previously facing criticism for his use of expensive cars. Kyrylo Tymoshenko, Ukraine's deputy head of the presidential office, asked to be relieved of his duties after previously facing criticism for his use of expensive cars. Meanwhile, the Ukrainian Defense Ministry confirmed that deputy defense minister Vyacheslav Shapovalov would also be resigning from his post. According to the Defense Ministry, Shapovalov had , "asked to be released in order not to create threats to the stable support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine as a result of the campaign of accusations related to the procurement of food services.". The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine is grateful to Vyacheslav Shapovalov for his team and efficient work and is sure that the information waves will subside and justice will be achieved, Ukrainian Defense Ministry, via 'Newsweek'. Deputy prosecutor Oleksiy Symonenko has also been dismissed from his post. On January 22, President Volodymyr Zelensky vowed that corruption in Ukraine would be addressed, stating , "there will be no return to what used to be in the past." . According to Ukraine's cabinet minister, Oleg Nemchinov, three more ministers will also be leaving their posts, including the country's deputy social policy minister. In addition to these resignations, Nemchinov said that governors from the Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv, Sumy and Kherson regions have also left their positions. In addition to these resignations, Nemchinov said that governors from the Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv, Sumy and Kherson regions have also left their positions. In addition to these resignations, Nemchinov said that governors from the Dnipropetrovsk, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv, Sumy and Kherson regions have also left their positions

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Germany and US , Agree to Send Advanced , Tanks to Ukraine. CNN reports that Germany has finally confirmed that it will send a contingent of Leopard 2 tanks to Ukraine following much consideration. German Chancellor Olaf Scholz's announcement on January 25 followed a similar commitment made by the United States. U.S. President Joe Biden confirmed a plan to send 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, reversing course on sending advanced weaponry to the war-torn nation. U.S. President Joe Biden confirmed a plan to send 31 M1 Abrams tanks to Ukraine, reversing course on sending advanced weaponry to the war-torn nation. CNN reports that the announcement comes after weeks of intense pressure by NATO allies. . [The tanks will] enhance Ukraine’s capacity to defend its territory and achieve its strategic objectives... This is not an offensive threat to Russia. There is no offensive threat to Russia if Russian troops return to Russia, where they belong, President Joe Biden, via CNN. [The tanks will] enhance Ukraine’s capacity to defend its territory and achieve its strategic objectives... This is not an offensive threat to Russia. There is no offensive threat to Russia if Russian troops return to Russia, where they belong, President Joe Biden, via CNN. Just last week, U.S. officials said that it was not the right time to send the tanks, citing the cost and the amount of training they require. CNN reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has long requested Western allies to supply modern tanks amid fears of a Russian counteroffensive in the spring. CNN reports that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has long requested Western allies to supply modern tanks amid fears of a Russian counteroffensive in the spring. Abrams tanks are the best in the world. This is a tremendous new capability that Ukraine will be getting to boost its long term defenses, United States senior administration official, via CNN. Senior U.S. officials have called the decision an investment in Ukraine's "longer term capabilities." . Senior U.S. officials have called the decision an investment in Ukraine's "longer term capabilities." . CNN reports that the delivery of tanks to Ukraine from both the U.S. and Germany is expected to take months to complete training and deployment.

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Djokovic Says , His Father Was 'Misused' by , Fans With Russian Flags . Djokovic Says , His Father Was 'Misused' by , Fans With Russian Flags . Novak Djokovic's response comes after his father was caught on video with fans carrying Russian flags at the Australian Open. The video set off controversy as deaths due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine continue to mount... . ... and the war continues to destabilize the geopolitical balance in Europe and beyond. [My father] was passing through, made a photo, it has escalated. He was misused in this situation by this group of people, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. I can't be angry with him or upset because I can say it was not his fault. He went out to celebrate with my fans, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. After that, he felt bad and he knew how that's going to reflect on me, the whole media pressure and everything that has happened in the last 24-48 hours, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. My father, my whole family and myself have been through several wars during the 90s, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. We are against the war, we never will support any violence or any war. , Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. We know how devastating that is for the family, for people in any country that is going through the war, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. Djokovic reiterated that his father assumed he was taking photos with Serbian fans. My father was passing through. There was a lot of Serbian flags around. That's what he thought. He thought he was taking a photo with somebody from Serbia. That's it. He moved on, Novak Djokovic, Tennis Champion, via Reuters. Djokovic's father stated that rather than cause more controversy, he will not attend the final in person. So there is no disruption to tonight's semi-final for my son or for the other player, I have chosen to watch from home, Srdjan Djokovic, Father of Novak, via Reuters. Djokovic is matched up against Stefanos Tsitsipas for the Australian final on Jan. 29. Djokovic is matched up against Stefanos Tsitsipas for the Australian final on Jan. 29

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