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100 days of war are fulfilled: deaths, refugees and destruction

UKRAINE, 20 PERCENT OCCUPIED

The Ukrainian president, Volodomir Zelenski, has said that Russia controls twenty percent of the territory of his country and that the front line of combat extends for more than a thousand kilometers. Russian troops have entered 3,620 towns or villages, of which 1,017 have managed to be “liberated” by the Ukrainian army.

MORE THAN 4,000 CIVILIANS DEAD, ACCORDING TO THE UN

At least 4,031 civilians have been killed in the Ukraine war and another 4,735 wounded, according to statistics from the United Nations Office for Human Rights. The calculation is partial and the figure could be much higher, since many areas of strong hostilities are not accessible.

Among the confirmed deceased there are at least 995 women and 261 children.

AT LEAST 3,000 RUSSIAN SOLDIERS DEAD

Russia stopped reporting casualties more than two months ago. The last time he did, he spoke of 1,351 deaths.

According to Ukraine, there are 30,850 dead Russian soldiers, while a BBC count puts it at more than 3,050.

British intelligence indicates that the Russians would have lost as many soldiers in three months – about 15,000 men – as the Soviet Army during the ten years of war in Afghanistan (1979-89).

ALMOST 3,000 UKRAINIAN SOLDIERS KILLED

According to the Ukrainian prosecutor’s office (May 24), between 2,500 and 3,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed.

AT LEAST 262 CHILDREN KILLED, ACCORDING TO UNICEF

Unicef ​​reported that, as of June 1, at least 262 children have been killed and another 415 injured in the conflict. According to the Ukrainian Prosecutor General’s Office (May 30), at least 243 minors have died in Ukraine since the invasion began.

5.2 MILLION CHILDREN IN NEED OF HUMANITARIAN HELP

According to Unicef, some 5.2 million Ukrainian children, including 2.2 million refugees in other countries, are in urgent need of humanitarian aid. Two out of three Ukrainian minors have had to leave the country.

6.8 MILLION REFUGEES and 8 MILLION DISPLACED PEOPLE

UNHCR counts 6.8 million refugees, of whom 3.6 million have gone to Poland, one million to Romania, 444,000 to Slovakia, 649,000 to Hungary and 472,000 to Moldova.

There are eight million displaced people.

FORCED DEPORTATIONS

According to President Zelensky, more than 200,000 Ukrainian children have been separated from their families. The Russian Defense Ministry says that 1,595,187 people, of them 259,819, have been “evacuated” from Ukraine and Donbas to Russia.

WAR CRIMES

The Ukrainian authorities have so far documented a total of 13,073 acts that they consider to constitute war crimes committed by Russian troops. Three soldiers have been tried: one of them was sentenced to life imprisonment on the 23rd.

DEVASTATING ECONOMIC IMPACT

According to the World Bank, in 2022 the Russian economy will fall by 11.2 percent, exports by 30.9 percent and imports by 35.2 percent. Inflation will be 22 percent

In Ukraine, GDP in 2022 will fall by 45.1 percent, exports will fall by 80 percent and imports by 70 percent, inflation will skyrocket to 15 percent, and debt will reach 90.7 percent of GDP.

POVERTY IN UKRAINE IS SHOWERING

In Ukraine, the share of the population with an income below the minimum subsistence level will reach 70 percent in 2022. Poverty will increase by 19.8 percent in 2022, with 59 percent more vulnerable people falling in her.

AGRICULTURAL DISASTER IN UKRAINE

According to FAO data, Ukraine’s agricultural area is 41,311,000 hectares, 71.3 percent of the land area. 31 percent of the population is rural and 58 percent of this population is between 16 and 59 years old. The agricultural sector is 9.3 percent of the Ukrainian GDP. 41 percent of agricultural production corresponds to small producers

In 2022, Ukraine will only produce 65 percent of its normal harvest.

Between 20 and 30 percent of the cereal that was planted this winter remains unharvested or will not be able to be planted this spring. 7 million hectares of wheat were planted between September and October 2021 that cannot be harvested this summer.

THE COST OF RECONSTRUCTION: FOR NOW 568,000 MILLION EUROS

A recent report by the kyiv School of Economics revealed that direct and indirect losses from the war are some 568 billion euros, and could rise further as the conflict drags on.



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