The results of the detailed mapping will help in the process of preparing for Ukraine’s post-war recovery and reconstruction and will fill the lack of coverage of these two important topics in war crimes research in Ukraine. […]
May 20, 2023, Prosecutor General of Ukraine filed a criminal indictment for war of aggression against Lieutenant General Andrii Ruzynskyi, Commander of the 11th Army Corps of the Baltic Fleet of the Western Military District of the Russian Armed Forces.
Members of Maidan Monitoring Information Center team participated as involved specialists in the investigative and procedural actions of gathering evidence and in further analytical work on the processing of materials that formed the basis of this criminal case, which is being investigated by investigators of the Security Service of Ukraine in the Kharkiv region. […]
In the last 30 years, the level of debt in Russia rose to galactic levels, quality of life dropped decades into history. As in the case of Buryats, whose mass debt and hopelessness drive them into the Russian army by thousands. […]
Czech analyst Adam Sybera talks to the famous British journalist Tim Judah about journalism, wars, Ukraine and Russian aggression. The conversation takes place on November 29, 2022 in an unspecified location of Kharkiv region, Ukraine, 5 miles away from Russian border. […]
Piatykhatky is a neighborhood of Kharkiv, Ukraine, formerly a small village. After construction of new premises of the Ukrainian Physics and Technology Institutethere in the 1950s Piatyhatky became incorporated into the Kharkiv city. The border with Russia is 25 kilometers north of this district. […]
To those fighting for the Freedom of Ukraine,
To those working day and night to provide power and heating,
To those driving supplies to every corner of Ukraine,
To those working day and night to support Ukraine,
Stay safe. […]
You pass through the checkpoint. And there you are not met by the military, but by children playing war with toy machines. A similar picture can be seen both near the front and in more or less peaceful towns and villages. Children’s roadblocks became as much a feature of wartime as explosions and air strikes. […]
What is the purpose of the shelling of Kharkiv’s public infrastructure by Russian troops, and does this purpose exist at all? This is the topic of the interview conducted by Petro Pojman with Volodymyr Tymoshko, head of the Main Department of the National Police in the Kharkiv region, at the site of the kindergarten fired at by missiles, August 30, 2022. Kharkiv, Ukraine.
It was a relatively quiet day. From time to time there were strikes in the northern suburbs. The shelling didn’t affect the city itself, except for Pivnichna Saltivka. Artillery duels are ongoing, including with the use of rocket artillery. […]
Muscovite shelling of Kharkiv increased slightly during the day. They launched another missile strike early in the morning at a target in Pavlove Pole. In the middle of the day, an industrial zone in the southeast of the city was shelled with rocket artillery. There are wounded. Kharkiv oligarch Oleksandr Yaroslavsky, owner of the DCH company, returned to Ukraine after fleeing in mid-February 2022 due to a car accident. The car he was likely driving hit and killed a man. […]
The day was generally calm but difficult. The muscovites shelled the northeastern outskirts of the city with rocket artillery, killing six people and injuring 31. The morning began with three rocket strikes in different areas of the city. As a result, an apartment building, a school, and warehouses were partially destroyed, school and warehouses as well. Because of the attacks, transit operations on the Saltivka metro line and a number of bus, trolleybus, and tram routes in Saltivka were temporarily suspended. Regional and city authorities announced that the new academic year in schools and universities will begin remotely. […]