In 2022, the Central European nation of Slovakia has supported Ukraine with more than €154m in military aid. This includes S-300 air defense system, Mi-series military helicopters, self-propelled howitzers, and Grad multiple-rocket launcher rockets as well as tracked infantry fighting BVP-1 vehicles. However, the public opinion is not as pro-Ukrainian as the country’s government.
King Charles III who ascended the British throne on September 8, 2022, is the monarch of 14 countries, apart from the United Kingdom itself, with a total population of about 150 million people.
On September 20, 2022, referenda on reunification with Russia were announced in the Russia-controlled regions of Ukraine as well as in Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics. They are widely expected to lead to these territories’ accession to the Russian Federation. Time will tell how this will change the nature of the conflict in Ukraine, but here is an attempt to show how the two sides are likely to see their borders very soon.
After the start of Russia’s military operation in Ukraine, more than 6 million refugees have fled the country. More than 1.6 million of them have chosen to move to Russia.
Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan remain dominant players in global microchip production, which also allows them to control half of the worldwide export market, Statista writes. Numbers from the UN Comtrade database show that Greater China’s exports of microchips totaled just under $400 billion in the pandemic year of 2020.
In 1990, the Soviet Union was the second largest economy in the world. The new states that emerged on its ashes pursued various economic policies to various effects. Thirty years later, most countries were better off with two notable exceptions: Ukraine and Georgia. Incidentally, these are the countries that are denying their Soviet past most vehemently and aspire to integration with the European Union.
Ukraine’s surface area under cultivation is vast — so vast, that, at 32 million hectares, it’s larger than Italy. Ukraine has the capacity to produce a lot more grain if modern technology, finances and practices are used to supplement its nutrient-rich soil – TRT World
After a US request, the authorities of the self-proclaimed Republic of Kosovo postponed a ban on entry with Serbian license plates and documents for one month. The ban was supposed to come into force on August 1, and had caused an aggravation in the north of the region.