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Yermak briefed the interlocutor on the critical damage to Ukraine's energy infrastructure due to Russian massive missile attacks. He thanked the French side for the humanitarian assistance provided and their willingness to respond to our country's requests for equipment needed to restore the damaged energy sector.

We emphasize on all of the elements of Russian aggression, and offer our partners to demolish all aspects of aggression together with us in order to provide security. That is something where each of our partners can show their leadership.

About a hundred Russian attacks were repelled in the Donetsk region only yesterday. All our warriors who are holding out in Donbas are true heroes.

After Russia blocked the export of grain from the ports of the Black Sea region, the countries of the African continent began to gradually change their attitude towards the Russian Federation and direct the political vector to support Ukraine. This was stated by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a conversation with the student community of Ireland.

Please look for specific projects that can help our defense and our people. The more collective efforts are made, the sooner we will force Russia to leave the territory of Ukraine and fulfill its obligations to the world.

The interlocutors focused on issues of urgent financial support for Ukraine until the end of the current year and coordination of plans for 2023.

This Russian aggression should lead the whole world to an obvious conclusion: never again should there be mass famine in the world.

Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ihor Zhovkva held video consultations with Foreign Policy Adviser to the President of Montenegro Tamara Brajovic.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak held a meeting of the working group on providing aid to the countries suffering from an acute food crisis. The meeting was also attended by representatives of the Office of the President, ministries and departments, ambassadors of Ukraine, foreign diplomats accredited in our country and representatives of international organizations.

The challenges of the war spurred the development of technologies in Ukraine, and after the end of hostilities, the restoration of the energy sector, as well as the development of the mining and processing industry will be relevant. This was stated by President Volodymyr Zelenskyy while answering questions at the Bloomberg New Economy Forum.