Zelensky seeks to advance the clock on Victory Day Zelensky seeks to advance the clock on Victory Day

Zelensky seeks to advance the clock on Victory Day


Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has referred a bill to the Verkhovna Rada proposing to change the date of celebration of Victory Day over Nazism in World War II from May 9 to May 8.

Zelensky wrote via "Telegram" today, Monday: "Today I referred a bill to the Ukrainian parliament proposing to set May 8 as the date for commemorating the Day of Memory and Victory over Nazism in World War II 1939-1945," noting that "the document of unconditional surrender of the German army Nazism entered into force on May 8, 1945."

Previously, Ukraine marked "Victory Day over Nazism in World War II" on May 9 as an official holiday, replacing "Victory Day over Fascism in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945." May 8th was the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, after parliament approved these changes in 2015 as part of the so-called "decommunist" policy.

Zelensky also approved the celebration of "Europe Day" in Ukraine on May 9 of each year, and said in his decree: "In order to achieve the European identity of the Ukrainian people, I decided to establish Europe Day in Ukraine, to be celebrated annually on May 9 with the countries of the Union European".



Soylu: Türkiye does not pay any attention to the American president

Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu said that his country does not pay any attention to the statements of US President Joe Biden.
The minister stressed that Turkey does not trust the United States, and if it did so, its fate would be similar to that of Afghanistan.

Minister Soylu added, "With President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Western tutelage has been eliminated. Currently, there is no institution of the executive power in Turkey that is friendly and loyal to the West."

The minister noted, "In the past, the Turkish media tended towards the West clearly, and if the American ambassadors said something, it would become the main news. Now, even if the president of the United States says something, Turkey does not pay attention to it."

The Turkish minister also drew attention to the danger of a "terrorist state" near the country's borders.

He said, "I was in Hatay and we showed how important Hatay is in the circumstances of the earthquake. Now, we see how dangerous a terrorist state is in this region? If we trust the United States here, we will end up like Afghanistan."

Earlier, Minister Soylu accused the United States of trying to set up a terrorist state near his country's borders.

Japan Dozens of children were taken to hospital due to a "pungent smell"

Kyodo reported that more than 50 students were hospitalized after a pungent odor was detected at Kami Elementary School in Yao City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.

And FNN previously announced that 3 children had been hospitalized as a result of the accident.

She added that at approximately 9 a.m. Monday local time, the city's fire department received a message about a foul odor in an area around the school. Even at 11 am still feeling it. The department does not rule out the occurrence of a gas leak.

The children were evacuated to the school yard, but several dozen of them began to complain of deteriorating health. According to the latest information, 51 children were taken to hospital. There is no danger to their lives. The cause of the bad smell is determined.





Israel The Supreme Court refuses to evacuate the village of Al-Khan Al-Ahmar

The Israeli Supreme Court rejected the petition of the "Regavim" settler movement to evacuate the Palestinian village of Al-Khan Al-Ahmar in the West Bank.

The justices accepted the state's argument that the village could not now be evacuated "for reasons related to the security of the state and its external relations".

The importance of these reasons, according to the judges, "far exceeds the general need to enforce planning and building laws."
In the ruling written by Judge Alex Stein on Sunday, he stressed that the village of "Al-Khan Al-Ahmar" was built illegally and therefore eviction and demolition are applicable to it. He described Al-Khan Al-Ahmar as a "outpost."

Judge Ofer Groskov agreed with his opinion, and Judge Noam Solberg said in turn that the state offered the residents of Khan al-Ahmar an alternative housing and showed "consideration, flexibility and even generosity" by offering them to move to an area near the town of Abu Dis, east of Jerusalem, as an alternative. However, the residents of Khan al-Ahmar, he said, "persisted on their demand."

The village of Khan al-Ahmar is located in "Area C" near the settlement of Kfar Adumim, and about 250 people live there.

Israel has so far avoided evicting it due to pressure from the international community.



Zelensky seeks to advance the clock on Victory Day  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has referred a bill to the Verkhovna Rada proposing to change the date of celebration of Victory Day over Nazism in World War II from May 9 to May 8.  Zelensky wrote via "Telegram" today, Monday: "Today I referred a bill to the Ukrainian parliament proposing to set May 8 as the date for commemorating the Day of Memory and Victory over Nazism in World War II 1939-1945," noting that "the document of unconditional surrender of the German army Nazism entered into force on May 8, 1945."  Previously, Ukraine marked "Victory Day over Nazism in World War II" on May 9 as an official holiday, replacing "Victory Day over Fascism in the Great Patriotic War 1941-1945." May 8th was the Day of Remembrance and Reconciliation, after parliament approved these changes in 2015 as part of the so-called "decommunist" policy.  Zelensky also approved the celebration of "Europe Day" in Ukraine on May 9 of each year, and said in his decree: "In order to achieve the European identity of the Ukrainian people ... I decided to establish Europe Day in Ukraine, to be celebrated annually on May 9 with the countries of the Union European".            Soylu: Türkiye does not pay any attention to the American president  Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu said that his country does not pay any attention to the statements of US President Joe Biden. The minister stressed that Turkey does not trust the United States, and if it did so, its fate would be similar to that of Afghanistan.  Minister Soylu added, "With President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Western tutelage has been eliminated. Currently, there is no institution of the executive power in Turkey that is friendly and loyal to the West."  The minister noted, "In the past, the Turkish media tended towards the West clearly, and if the American ambassadors said something, it would become the main news. Now, even if the president of the United States says something, Turkey does not pay attention to it."  The Turkish minister also drew attention to the danger of a "terrorist state" near the country's borders.  He said, "I was in Hatay and we showed how important Hatay is in the circumstances of the earthquake. Now, we see how dangerous a terrorist state is in this region? If we trust the United States here, we will end up like Afghanistan."  Earlier, Minister Soylu accused the United States of trying to set up a terrorist state near his country's borders.           Japan Dozens of children were taken to hospital due to a "pungent smell"  Kyodo reported that more than 50 students were hospitalized after a pungent odor was detected at Kami Elementary School in Yao City, Osaka Prefecture, Japan.  And FNN previously announced that 3 children had been hospitalized as a result of the accident.  She added that at approximately 9 a.m. Monday local time, the city's fire department received a message about a foul odor in an area around the school. Even at 11 am still feeling it. The department does not rule out the occurrence of a gas leak.  The children were evacuated to the school yard, but several dozen of them began to complain of deteriorating health. According to the latest information, 51 children were taken to hospital. There is no danger to their lives. The cause of the bad smell is determined.           Israel The Supreme Court refuses to evacuate the village of Al-Khan Al-Ahmar  The Israeli Supreme Court rejected the petition of the "Regavim" settler movement to evacuate the Palestinian village of Al-Khan Al-Ahmar in the West Bank.   The justices accepted the state's argument that the village could not now be evacuated "for reasons related to the security of the state and its external relations".  The importance of these reasons, according to the judges, "far exceeds the general need to enforce planning and building laws." In the ruling written by Judge Alex Stein on Sunday, he stressed that the village of "Al-Khan Al-Ahmar" was built illegally and therefore eviction and demolition are applicable to it. He described Al-Khan Al-Ahmar as a "outpost."  Judge Ofer Groskov agreed with his opinion, and Judge Noam Solberg said in turn that the state offered the residents of Khan al-Ahmar an alternative housing and showed "consideration, flexibility and even generosity" by offering them to move to an area near the town of Abu Dis, east of Jerusalem, as an alternative. However, the residents of Khan al-Ahmar, he said, "persisted on their demand."  The village of Khan al-Ahmar is located in "Area C" near the settlement of Kfar Adumim, and about 250 people live there.  Israel has so far avoided evicting it due to pressure from the international community.             Ukraine: the area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe warehouse fire on the outskirts of Odessa exceeds 10 thousand square meters  The spokeswoman for the Ukrainian Defense Forces "South" Natalia Gomenyuk announced that the area of ​​fire in a warehouse in the Odessa region amounted to 10 thousand square meters.  "In the areas hit by the missiles, fires broke out. In the warehouse, the area of ​​fire is more than 10,000 square meters," she said in the broadcast of the national television marathon, "Unified News."  She added that the talk was about very serious fires, confirming at the same time that they had been extinguished.  And Ukrainian media reported on Monday night that a series of explosions occurred in Ukrainian cities and regions, including Kiev, after an air strike warning. It also reported explosions and a fire in Odessa.  For his part, the head of the "We are with Russia" movement in the Zaporozhye region, Vladimir Rogov, reported that a strike had been carried out on warehouses and positions of the Ukrainian army in the Kiev-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region. He added that a series of explosions were heard last night in different parts of the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporozhye.

Ukraine: the area of ​​\u200b\u200bthe warehouse fire on the outskirts of Odessa exceeds 10 thousand square meters

The spokeswoman for the Ukrainian Defense Forces "South" Natalia Gomenyuk announced that the area of ​​fire in a warehouse in the Odessa region amounted to 10 thousand square meters.

"In the areas hit by the missiles, fires broke out. In the warehouse, the area of ​​fire is more than 10,000 square meters," she said in the broadcast of the national television marathon, "Unified News."

She added that the talk was about very serious fires, confirming at the same time that they had been extinguished.

And Ukrainian media reported on Monday night that a series of explosions occurred in Ukrainian cities and regions, including Kiev, after an air strike warning. It also reported explosions and a fire in Odessa.

For his part, the head of the "We are with Russia" movement in the Zaporozhye region, Vladimir Rogov, reported that a strike had been carried out on warehouses and positions of the Ukrainian army in the Kiev-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region. He added that a series of explosions were heard last night in different parts of the Ukrainian-controlled city of Zaporozhye.

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