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Now we are all happy to see how the Ukrainians who remained in the occupied villages and cities meet our warriors.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak held a meeting with Secretary of State, Head of the International Policy Bureau of the Chancellery of the President of the Republic of Poland Jakub Kumoch and Minister - member of the Council of Ministers of Poland Michał Dworczyk.

Deputy Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Ihor Zhovkva held a meeting with the delegation of the Czech Republic led by Deputy Minister of Defense Tomáš Kopečný.

We move very carefully, without emotions, without unnecessary risk. In the interests of the liberation of our entire land and so that the losses are as small as possible. This is how we will secure the liberation of Kherson, Kakhovka, Donetsk, and other our cities.

Here, people who have left the zone of active hostilities, temporarily occupied territories, can receive comprehensive social and psychological support.

Members of the Staff listened to the reports of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and the commanders of the task forces about the situation at the front lines, coordinated the actions of the defense forces to repel the armed aggression of the Russian Federation and liberate Ukrainian territories from the invaders.

The representatives of the diplomatic corps were briefed on the current situation at the front and the measures taken by the defense forces to counter Russian aggression.

Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak held a video conference meeting with representatives of Ukrainian and international human rights organizations devoted to the issue of ensuring the rights of Ukrainian military and civilian prisoners held by the Russian Federation.

“We appeal to make the decision regarding Ukraine's membership in the Alliance, as an integral part of ensuring the security of Ukrainians and citizens of the entire Euro-Atlantic area,” the Appeal reads.

The import of goods needed during the heating season will be exempt from VAT and import duty. This should simplify and reduce the cost of supplying Ukraine with generators, batteries, transformers and other equipment for energy and heat supply.