More than 60 people were injured in Kyiv due to ice during the day
63 people, including 2 children, were injured in Kyiv due to icy conditions; one person also suffered from hypothermia.
An exception for Lavrov: Bulgaria to temporarily open airspace to Russian planes
Bulgaria has allowed the plane of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov to enter its airspace to attend an OSCE meeting in North Macedonia, despite EU sanctions.
Ukraine approves the concept of modernization in the heat supply sector
The Government of Ukraine has approved the concept of a modernization program for heat energy producers aimed at repairing infrastructure and reducing heat losses by up to 11% by 2030.
Ukraine approves modernization program in the heat supply sector
The Government of Ukraine has approved a program to modernize the heat and power sector, which includes the repair of 3,000 km of heating networks and the installation of 35,000 individual heating points by 2030, which will reduce heat losses by 11%.
Ukraine returns $1.5 million collection of Scythian gold after a decade of litigation
SBU shows photos of "Scythian gold" returned to Ukraine and names its value.
Romanian border police chief fired after convicted mayor flees country
The head of the Romanian Border Police, Victor Stefan Ivascu, was fired after the mayor of Baia Mare, Catalin Cerekescu, convicted of bribery, fled the country a few hours before his sentencing.
Finland will demolish the building of the Russian Consulate in Turku and build a kindergarten in its place
The Finnish city of Turku buys the former Russian consulate for 1. 6 million euros to demolish it and build a kindergarten.
Enemy drone shot down in the sky over Dnipropetrovs'k region
Ukrainian air defense forces shoot down an enemy drone over the Kryvyi Rih district of Dnipropetrovs'k region.
The latest Russian drone attack and snowfall did not lead to scheduled outages: Shmyhal says repairs helped
Ukraine's power grid is operating without scheduled outages, despite a massive enemy drone attack and heavy snowfall, thanks to an 8-month repair campaign, Shmyhal points out.
Czech President criticizes the West for insufficient military support for Ukraine
Czech President Petr Pavel criticized the West for not fulfilling its promises of military aid to Ukraine.