Digest 13:04 10 Jun 2023

Five key solutions of the week — rescue in flooded Kherson region and return of "Scythian gold" to Ukraine

Every Saturday, Rubryka offers a short digest of the TOP-5 solutions of the week that approach Ukraine's victory:

⚱️ "Scythian gold" that used to be displayed in Crimea before Russian occupation will be returned to Ukraine. The artifacts were on display in a museum in the Netherlands when the Russian occupation of Crimea happened in 2014. The court battles lasted almost nine years, during which museums demanded to return ancient artifacts to Russia-occupied territory. 

🇺🇦 Ukrainians united around the grief in the flooded Kherson region after Russian troops blew up the Kakhovka hydroelectric plant. Volunteers and simply caring people evacuate Kherson people, save animals, and provide humanitarian aid and shelter.

🪖 Ukrainian troops advanced 1.2 km in some areas in Bakhmut, which the Ukrainian army has defended since the summer of 2022. Defense forces have been storming Russian positions for several days.

📦 The secret "Black Box" project has already caused more than $700 million in damage to the Russian occupying army. The work results could be observed in the destruction of logistics centers, transport nodes, military equipment and troops, and other targets.

🛞 UNITED24 and WOG launched the "Rescue wherever our people are" initiative. The goal is to provide the Ukrainian Armed Forces with rescue all-terrain vehicles that can evacuate from hard-to-reach places. To join the initiative, it is enough to refuel the car at WOG with branded Mustang fuel.


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