• Russia launched its "military operation" in Ukraine on Thursday, February 24.

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  • This Tuesday, May 24, Russia begins its fourth month of invasion of Ukraine.

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The war has been going on in Ukraine for three months to the day, with the start of the Russian invasion on February 24th.

So this Tuesday, it's time to take stock after 90 days of conflict.

On the military level, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense estimates the Russian losses at more than 29,200 men, 204 planes and nearly 1,300 tanks, while Western sources evoke rather 12,000 Russian soldiers killed.

A number equivalent to the losses of the Soviet army over nine years in Afghanistan, underlines the British Ministry of Defence.

In France, the boss of the French Office for Immigration and Integration (Ofii) Didier Leschi indicates that three months after the start of the conflict, 85,000 displaced Ukrainians benefit from the allowance for asylum seekers (Ada) in the hexagon.

Another more tragic toll reports that 234 children have been killed since the start of the conflict and 433 others injured, according to the office of the Attorney General of Ukraine Iryna Venediktova.

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Ukraine will be part of the EU

The French Minister Delegate in charge of Europe, Clément Beaune, said he was "convinced" that Ukraine would one day be part of the European Union.

"We must, without delay, have a shared political project that will allow Ukraine, the Ukrainian people, the generations that have just come to have political cooperation with Europe in certain very concrete areas, that may be on energy, on transportation, food…”, he added.

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bodies were found under the rubble of a residential building in Mariupol, said Petro Andriushchenko, adviser to the mayor of Mariupol.

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Will the European Union manage to agree to put an end to its imports of Russian oil?

The situation was confused on Tuesday.

Early this morning, German Economy Minister Robert Habeck estimated, in view of the ongoing discussions between member countries, “an embargo is within reach” within “a few days”.

“There are only a few states left, especially Hungary, which have reported problems,” the minister noted at the time.

However, for European sanctions to be decided, unanimity is necessary.

A few hours later, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban sent a letter to the President of the European Council in which he indicated that Hungary “is not in a position to accept the sixth package of sanctions”.

For the sovereigntist leader, it is "very unlikely that a complete solution can be found" before the end of May.

And as if the situation was not already confused enough, reversal of the situation was not enough, a few minutes later, the Elysée went there of its grain of salt.

The French presidency assured that there was “still the possibility in the days that have just come to unblock the Hungarian veto”.


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