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Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Oil and gas ban could stop Russian invasion of Ukraine

Russia spends $900 mn per day on military action and earns $800 mn from energy exports. The EU should introduce a complete embargo of Russian oil & gas to stop funding the war–Ukrainer
euromaidanpress.com/2022/11/20/oil…
📷by UkrInform
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
⚡️Zelensky: Russia has launched more than 4,700 missiles at Ukraine since Feb. 24.

President Volodymyr Zelensky also said that a recent Russian attack on Ukraine's energy infrastructure left 20 million people without power.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Meanwhile in Russia: accused war criminal Zakhar Prilepin—who spends a lot of time on the frontlines and previously boasted of "killing many" in Ukraine—admits that Russia wants to negotiate merely to regroup and finish fighting later, any potential peace accords notwithstanding.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Retreating from the Mykolaiv region, russians destroyed one of the oldest Roman Catholic churches in southern Ukraine. The Chapel of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the village of Kyselivka was built in 1852.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
“Great Russian culture” in a nutshell. Completely empty museum after the liberation of Kherson. Cultural and historical items looted from the Kherson regional museum soon find their place in the Hermitage
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Met a girl from Donetsk this evening

Beautiful, young Ukrainian girl, been in London for a week only

Russian speaker from Donbas. 8 Years of never ending propaganda... I didn't know what to expect

But then she told me:

🧵
 
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
I am very grateful that I was able to listen to and meet in person many Ukrainian and foreign scholars, focused on Ukraine. I hope their number will only grow and area studies will be decolonized from the still prevalent Russia-centric optics pic.twitter.com/5bckBIDMz7
Replying to @olgatokariuk
Also, thanks to the organizers of the high table dinner after the conference for promoting me to the status of Professor Tokariuk! I'll keep this for my records ☺️
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
Journalists also play a role in documenting Russian war crimes. In this context, I mentioned the work done by @PIJLab and their Reckoning Project, as well as Babel and @mihr_ua. This evidence, if collected according to legal criteria, can be used in future trials against Russia
Replying to @olgatokariuk
I am very grateful that I was able to listen to and meet in person many Ukrainian and foreign scholars, focused on Ukraine. I hope their number will only grow and area studies will be decolonized from the still prevalent Russia-centric optics
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
Still, they are doing an incredible work reporting for domestic and international audiences. 🇺🇦 journalists feel their work is meaningful and appreciated. International media such as @washingtonpost, @NPR finally started opening bureaus in Kyiv not Moscow, hiring local staff
Replying to @olgatokariuk
Journalists also play a role in documenting Russian war crimes. In this context, I mentioned the work done by @PIJLab and their Reckoning Project, as well as Babel and @mihr_ua. This evidence, if collected according to legal criteria, can be used in future trials against Russia
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
I quoted @AP photographer Efrem Lukatsky who said that, unlike foreign colleagues, Ukrainian journalists cannot just leave home and have some rest after their assignment. The war is in our home and we carry it inside us wherever we go. Many journalists lost their homes,loved ones
Replying to @olgatokariuk
Still, they are doing an incredible work reporting for domestic and international audiences. 🇺🇦 journalists feel their work is meaningful and appreciated. International media such as @washingtonpost, @NPR finally started opening bureaus in Kyiv not Moscow, hiring local staff
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
I mentioned physical and emotional challenges Ukrainian journalists face when reporting the war: unsafe and unpredictable conditions, scarsity of resources, difficulty in accessing information, electricity cutoffs
Replying to @olgatokariuk
I quoted @AP photographer Efrem Lukatsky who said that, unlike foreign colleagues, Ukrainian journalists cannot just leave home and have some rest after their assignment. The war is in our home and we carry it inside us wherever we go. Many journalists lost their homes,loved ones
 
In reply to @olgatokariuk
I thought it was important to say their names and show their photos, because this war is about people, not lands. I paid a tribute to Oleksandra Kuvshynova, Maks Levin, Oleksandr Makhov and other journalists who were killed. I spoke about Maksym Butkevych, who was taken as POW
Replying to @olgatokariuk
I mentioned physical and emotional challenges Ukrainian journalists face when reporting the war: unsafe and unpredictable conditions, scarsity of resources, difficulty in accessing information, electricity cutoffs
 
I was happy to participate in the conference on 'War and the Future of Ukraine', organized by @REESOxford. I talked about challenges for 🇺🇦 journalists brought by Russia's full-scale war, my colleagues who were killed doing their job, as well as those who joined the 🇺🇦 army pic.twitter.com/dsBxGGUm8r
Replying to @olgatokariuk
I thought it was important to say their names and show their photos, because this war is about people, not lands. I paid a tribute to Oleksandra Kuvshynova, Maks Levin, Oleksandr Makhov and other journalists who were killed. I spoke about Maksym Butkevych, who was taken as POW
 
I was happy to participate in the conference on 'War and the Future of Ukraine', organized by @REESOxford. I talked about challenges for 🇺🇦 journalists brought by Russia's full-scale war, my colleagues who were killed doing their job, as well as those who joined the 🇺🇦 army
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
All 🇺🇦journalists became a war reporters @olgatokariuk at @REESOxford Conference on the War and Future of Ukraine. I admire by 🇺🇦& #Kharkiv journalists too, knowing a lot of them personally. But at the moment neither them, nor scholars can’t predict the future of media landscape
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Today in #Kherson, the city liberated by the Ukrainian army a week ago. No electricity, no running water, but a clear message: "We are Ukraine.”
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
People hid weapons. They reported the movements and locations of Russians troops. And many had handlers from Ukrainian security services. Our story on the resistance movement in Kherson, a subtle, sustained insurgency that helped force the Russian retreat: washingtonpost.com/world/2022/11/…
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
⚡️Over 700 dead bodies found in liberated territories of Kharkiv, Donetsk, Kherson oblasts.

According to Prosecutor General Andriy Kostin, almost 90% of the dead bodies found in liberated settlements of Kharkiv, Donetsk, and Kherson oblasts are civilians.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
This is Oleg, he is 9 y.o. He is from Kherson. His house is near the premises, which Russians used as a secret prison. Locals confirm that they regularly heard screams from this room. This is how Oleg tells about it.
Source Serhii Okunev
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Yevhen Kolesnichenko, Ukraine's handball champion who turned sniper, was killed in action near Bakhmut. Never forgive, never forget
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
What will help Ukraine to win: 1) more modern heavy weapons now; 2) full embargo on russian oil and gas; 3) confiscation of frozen russian assets & sending that money for keeping Ukrainian state running, recovery of critical infrastructure & then post-victory rebuilding
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
⚡️ Zelensky: "Russia looks for a short truce to regain strength."

“Such a respite will only worsen the situation,” President Volodymyr Zelensky told the Halifax Security Forum in a video address. “Immoral compromises will only lead to more blood.”
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Meanwhile in Russia: a lawmaker argues that the strikes against Ukraine's critical infrastructure are meant to express Russia's "holy hatred" towards Ukrainians and prompt them to overthrow Zelensky. Others pontificate that freezing Ukrainian civilians will prompt a capitulation.
 
Replying to @Missis_Babak
Боже 💔😻 лапки не мерзнуть?
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
russians had a separate place for torturing underages. "Torture chambers in Kherson Oblast even contained a confinement area for teenagers. It has also been revealed that men and women were held in confinement together day and night for weeks" pravda.com.ua/eng/news/2022/…
Even teens were held in torture chambers in Kherson Oblast
pravda.com.ua
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Heart breaking photo. Missile destroyed this couple's home. It took away their happy carefree future. But there is something Russia could not take away from them. Each other. I am often asked about where do I find strength to fight daily. There is only one answer: in our people.
 
📌Snowfall in Kyiv: winter is here🇺🇦

I’ll be donating to humanitarian orgs on the ground in #Ukraine, instead of Christmas gifts to my family. I urge you to do the same. I hope you will: a list of vetted orgs inside.

#SlavaUkraini
by @MoniqueCamarra open.substack.com/pub/camarra/p/…
Replying to @MoniqueCamarra
Thank you for doing this! I keep donating to @Leleka_FDN who are doing an amazing job saving lives
 
People in Kherson welcome the passengers of the first train from Kyiv to Kherson in more than eight months. Many families are finally reunited 🙏💙💛
📷 @ukrpravda_news
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Our defenders are our superstars now.
In the photo by D. Sarsenov 🇺🇦 soldier signs the jacket for a UAF fan in Kherson.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
⚡️Ombudsman says he’s ‘shoked’ by scale of torture Russian forces inflicted on Kherson residents.

“I haven’t seen such a scale of (human rights violations) before. And I personally visited all (Russian) torture chambers in different Ukrainian oblasts,” Dmytro Lubinets said.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Everywhere in the liberated Kherson we meet teams of sappers or mines stacked in rows. This is a critical task. Russians mined everything and the territory is extremely littered. Until then, people can't return to their homes.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Serhiy Mironov died defending homeland. He was from Kyiv, passionate about history and restoring old doors in the historic buildings. Serhiy wrote a book about our city. Another big loss for my country. Lest we forget
Source @grntmedia
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Peskov openly said they fire missiles because Ukraine doesn't want to negotiate.

This means that russian military is in serious trouble, and the Kremlin knows this. There is no other reason they would be so desperate to negotiate otherwise.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
The international discourse on Ukraine has kind of normalized Russian war crimes.

Each new act of terror is put under the same “war” or (worse) “conflict” label without added context.

We don’t focus on the Russians hitting crucial civilian objects, residential houses — all
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Putin's spokesmoustache Peskov admitted today that 🇷🇺Russia attacked 🇺🇦Ukrainian civilian energy infrastructure in order to force Kyiv to negotiate.

That's open terrorism.

Congrats to all the Western "let's make Ukraine negotiate" experts on being on that side.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
When you think that the Hungarian government can't fall any lower, they start the "reintegration of Iran into the international system by normalizing economic cooperation". What's next on Orban's schedule, an official trip to North Korea?
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
In reply to @KyivIndependent
The ISW reported that Russia's forced adoptions and deportations of Ukrainian children "under the guise of vacation and rehabilitation schemes" likely result in a deliberate ethnic cleansing campaign on top of apparent violations of the Genocide Convention.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
Banksy shared a video of him creating his art in #Ukraine 💔

"Chervona Ruta," the song you can hear, is truly iconic to Ukrainians. Its author Volodymyr Ivasyuk was murdered by the KGB in 1979.

 
Facebook deleted a page of Toronto TV, the most watched Ukrainian sarcastic show (think Saturday Night Live) which had 130,000 followers, because of 'hate speech'. One of the reasons was a post about a Ukrainian 19th century historian who stood up against the Russian empire
Фейсбук - платформа гній, яка сьогодні видалила сторінку «Телебачення Торонто» у фейсбуці. 130 тисяч підписників.

На скріні - один з постів за який знесли сторінку. Треба бути йобаним марком залупою, щоб знайти там хейтспіч

Відос про Антоновича тут: youtu.be/Tp7AbTTisF0 pic.twitter.com/UqVmqacqFD
 
Massimo Fini sul Fatto quotidiano: "Volodymyr Zelensky è un filo-nazista, non perché lo ha bollato così Putin, ma perché una parte del suo popolo, sia pur carsicamente, lo è". "In questa damnatio memoriae qualche ragione ce l’ha anche la Russia di Putin". "Io scelgo la Russia".
 
Today's verdict of the Dutch court in #MH17 case is very important. It confirms what Ukrainians have been saying for years:
1) a Russian missile shot down a passenger plane in 2014
2) there never were any 'separatists', but Russian proxy forces in Donbas
3) unpunished evil grows
 
10 million Ukrainians are without electricity tonight due to blackouts caused by Russian missile strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure, president Zelensky said in his evening address
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
#BlackSeaGrainInitiative will be prolonged for 120 days. 🇺🇦 @ZelenskyyUa together w/ @antonioguterres 🇺🇳@UN, 🇹🇷 @RTErdogan & Minister of Defence Hulusi Akar @tcsavunma made another important step in the global fight against the food crisis.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
In reply to @mariekedehoon
Judgment #MH17: Girkin, Dubinskiy, Kharchenko found guilty of murder and downing a plane. Pulatov is acquitted b/c not proven that he was in the position to overrule the order that Dubinskiy already gave and was insufficiently involved in the ordering/transport/launch of the Buk.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
In reply to @EliotHiggins
It was easy for Western policymakers and governments to accept this was an internal conflict to avoid confronting Russian aggression, but we're seeing the cost of that inaction now, not just to Ukraine, but to the whole world with energy and food crises.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
The Dutch court at the #MH17 trial is detailing why they believe the conflict in Ukraine was an international conflict because of Russia's involvement, which is a good reminder that Russia's invasion of Ukraine really started 8 years ago, not 8 months.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
MSNBC. 16 Nov 2022. MORNING JOE. Ukrainian military now needs infusion of offensive military weapons to conduct unending winter operations. ATACMS. M1 tanks. Armed drones. Perhaps F16 fighter aircraft. UKR should not passively absorb RU missile strikes.
 
Today new Russian missile attacks hit Dnipro, Odesa, Kharkiv region. Not just electricity, but gas infrastructure has been damaged, Ukraine's PM said. More missiles and Iranian drones intercepted by Ukrainian air defence over Kyiv.
 
Olga Tokariuk Retweeted ·  
🇷🇺 launched a missile attack on my native Odesa region. Infrastructure object.

There has been a power outage in Odesa for more than a day. Some houses have been without electricity for more than a day. People are looking around the city for a place to recharge their phones.
 
 
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