The two hundred-seventeenth (217) day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to a russian military invasion continues.
The two hundred-seventeenth (217) day of the heroic resistance of the Ukrainian people to a russian military invasion continues.
About us: The “Active Community” initiative was launched by activists of the “Republika” Institute after the Euromaidan (2014), which focused on the activation and involvement of Ukrainians in the decision-making process. The goal for 2025: to activate and involve at least 1% of citizens in making decisions and promoting reforms in Ukraine on a systematic basis for the well-being of Ukrainian communities. Today we work in 30 communities in Ukraine.
According to the counterintelligence of the Security Service of Ukraine (SSU), the hostile henchwoman is an official of one of the capital’s Administrative Services Centers, who created her own fake account on the social network after the start of the full-scale invasion. She urged Ukrainians to seize state power and campaigned to support the occupation groups of Russia, and also justified the crimes of the invaders. Currently, the detainee has been notified of suspicion under five articles of the Criminal Code of Ukraine. The court chose a measure of restraint for her in the form of detention.
In the Solomianskyi district of the capital, Piterska Street was renamed London Street.
Yesterday, Minister of Foreign Affairs of France Catherine Colonna visited Hostomel. France will help rebuild the military town, which suffered significant destruction as a result of russian military aggression. The company plans to rebuild 6 residential buildings, a school and a kindergarten. The damaged concrete structures will be dismantled, after which the materials will be recycled with the support of a French company and subsequently new environmental facilities will be built. The dismantling of houses has already begun in Hostomel.
Denys Anikanov, who was killed in action on September 21 while defending the eastern borders of Ukraine, was buried in Zhytomyr. Blessed be the memory of the Hero!
Together with representatives of foreign countries, the Ukrainian Government, people’s deputies, heads of oblast communities, they held the First Regional Forum, dedicated to the restoration of the territories of the Zhytomyr Oblast affected by russian aggression. This was reported by the head of the Oblast Military Administration, Vitaliy Bunechko, who said: “Now our priority is to support the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and restore the infrastructure. More than 12,000 residents of the oblast temporarily lost their homes. More than 2,200 private houses were damaged in the oblast, 169 of them were completely destroyed. 5 thousand residents of the Zhytomyr Oblast lived in them. Despite the war and constant air raid alerts, the work of reconstruction is going on daily. Joint efforts have already restored more than 770 infrastructure facilities. Among them are private houses, high-rise buildings, schools, kindergartens, administrative buildings, medical institutions, cultural facilities, and higher education institutions.”
The famous Zhytomyr puppeteer Serhiy Solovyov took part in the international festival of puppet theaters organized by UNIMA Germany (Der Naht theater in the city of Nordheim). The main topic of the professional symposium was russia’s invasion of Ukraine. According to the Department of Culture and Tourism, in general, during the performances, humanitarian aid was collected and handed over to the public organization “Volunteer Headquarters of Zhytomyr”, namely: a lung ventilator, a mobile oxygen concentrator, compression pads and dressing materials, medicines, hygiene products, men’s underwear, and auxiliary medical equipment.
In Zhytomyr, they showed a documentary performance “Breathe! You have to! ”, in which five actors took part and told their stories. According to the mentor of the documentary theater, Anna Yeriomenko, the performance is based on the real stories of five residents of Zhytomyr. This is a pilot project in Zhytomyr, but not the last one: “Real stories of five real Zhytomyr residents of different genders, ages and fields of activity. The common thing for all the heroes is that the war caught them in Zhytomyr,” said Anna Yeriomenko. Also, communication coordinator Karyna Vestimova noted that the AUI “Active Community” has been trying to support internally displaced persons with various art therapy events and psychological assistance since the first days of the war.
Today, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m., the russians shelled the border areas of the Chernihiv Oblast near Senkivka. The military recorded 70 explosions resulting from firing automatic grenade launchers, and seven explosions following the shots from a 120 mm mortar.
Today, near the village of Shestovytsia, rescuers neutralized ammunition by detonation.
Yesterday, 440 computers for local educational institutions, donated by the Czech Foundation “Children of Ukraine”, went to 18 border communities of the Chernihiv Oblast. Previously, two schools in Chernihiv received 60 such devices. Along with the equipment, stationery was also delivered.
Yesterday, the russians shelled twice the territory of the Seredyna-Buda community with self-propelled artillery mounts. There were no casualties or destruction.
Yesterday, around 10 p.m., the russian military fired grenade launchers at the territory of the Krasnopillia community, 40 shots in total.
Last night around 9 p.m., the enemy fired S-300 air defense missiles at Kholodnohirskyi district of Kharkiv. In one case, an electric transformer burned over an area of 20 square meters. In the second case, the missiles destroyed the building of the manufacturing facility that caught fire. The area of the fire was 300 square meters.
During the day, the enemy continued to terrorize the civilian population of the Kupiansk, Izium, Kharkiv, and Bohodukhiv raions of the oblast. The settlements of the Kupiansk Raion suffer the most from shelling.
During the day in the Kupiansk Raion, 5 people were hospitalized with wounds. In the Bohodukhiv Raion, a 16-year-old girl was wounded.
Over the past day, 1,547 explosive items were neutralized by the pyrotechnicians of the State Emergency Service.
More than 170 km of roads in the Kharkiv Oblast have already been cleared of the consequences of hostilities. Today, 37 special-purpose vehicles and 95 workers were involved in the work. Foreign objects are removed from the roads and the remains of the destroyed equipment are taken away.
In the oblast, the enemy shelled populated areas with tanks, mortars and artillery of various types. 19 settlements of the Donetsk Oblast were attacked. The police record the aftermath.
Russian troops opened fire on the residential sector. There are killed and wounded civilians.
The russian army attacked the cities of Avdiivka, Bakhmut, Toretsk, Krasnohorivka, Hirnyk, Mykolaivka, Zalizne, Sloviansk, Kramatorsk, and Chasiv-Yar; the urban-type settlements of Pivnichne, Hostre, and Kurakhivka; the villages of Pervomaiske, Maksymilianivka, Ivanivske, Shakhtarske, Malynivka, and Karlivka.
On September 27, the russians killed 5 civilians of the Donetsk Oblast: 4 in Kurakhivka and 1 in Bakhmut. Another 10 people were wounded.
Since February 24, the russians have killed 895 civilians of the Donetsk Oblast, and wounded another 2,267. The number of victims in Mariupol and Volnovakha is currently unknown.
The russians did the most damage that night in the village of Mykolaivka. They fired at a school where a shelter for civilians had been set up. The shelling took place around 5 am. previously, with a S300 missile. The occupiers just aimed at the school building. The walls collapsed. At that time, there were 12 people in the shelter, including two children and a person with disabilities. The shelter survived, no one was injured. There is still no information about one person who worked at the school – she is still being searched for.
Pokrovsk and Pokrovsk Raion
At night from time to time the russians fired at the old part of the towns of Avdiivka, Marinka, Krasnohorivka, Georgiivka, and Novomykhailivka in the Marinka community, as well as at the Odradivka and the Mayorsk station in the Svitlodar community. According to preliminary information, there were no victims.
Toretsk was shelled the night before. There were no casualties, but 2 houses were damaged.
Rescuers of the 47th state fire and rescue unit extinguished 2 fires in the city of Bakhmut during the past day, which arose as a result of enemy shelling of the city. The roof of a 5-story residential building was on fire, as well as a garage and an outbuilding on the territory of a private household. In both cases, information about the dead and injured did not reach the Main Department.
Lilia Dudnyk, the regional coordinator of AUI “Active Community” conducted two trainings on Internet safety for schoolchildren, and also organized “Poetry Evening”. These three events took place within the framework of the “Vilnohub” project.
The results of the “pseudo-referendum” do not match the real number of people living in the occupied territories of the Luhansk Oblast. The occupiers claimed that more than 1.6 million people took part in the “election without a choice”, but even a rough estimate would be far from that huge figure.
Today, Mykolaiv was hit by enemy rocket fire from the anti-aircraft missile system S-300. An industrial zone was struck.
Yesterday, the enemy carried out artillery strikes on the water zone in the town of Ochakiv.
During the day, on the territory of the village of Parutine of the Kutsurub community, enemy shelling with cluster munitions was recorded on the outskirts of the settlement.
Villages located on the demarcation line of the Bereznehuvate community remain under constant enemy fire. Yesterday, the enemy shelled the outskirts of the village of Murakhivka, the village of Malomykhailivske and the Bereznehuvate station. Also, the territories adjacent to the villages of Lepetikha, Kavkaz, and Kalacheve came under shelling last day.
Yesterday and today, hostile shelling of the outskirts of the village of Novooleksandrivka of the Ingul community was recorded. There were no injuries or damage.
Yesterday and today, the village of Shyroke in the Shyroke community was shelled by the russians. There was hitting of the open areas, road surfaces and agricultural enterprises.
At night the enemy targeted the Nikopol Raion, Nikopol and the Marganets community. There were shelling from barrel artillery and Grad multiple rocket launchers. There were two fires in private houses in the city of Nikopol. A lyceum, a five-story building and 12 private homes were mutilated. Seven outbuildings were damaged, one was destroyed. A public transport stop, a car, gas pumps and several power lines were damaged. Almost eight thousand families were left without electricity.
In the Zelenodol community, enemy shells damaged the warehouse and technical premises of one of the enterprises, residential buildings and cars.
The Ukrainian military shot down an enemy Kh-59 missile over the Kryvyi Rih Raion.
During the 7 months of the full-scale war, the air defense forces of the Dnipropetrovsk Oblast neutralized more than half a hundred cruise missiles over the city of Dnipro, and over the Oblast -one and a half times more.
Soldiers from the Dnipro Oblast died defending Ukraine: 53-year-old Volodymyr Pokhil and 35-year-old Roman Sizov from the Kamianske Raion.
Rom Stevens, a professor from Chicago with military experience in Iraq, came to the city of Dnipro to train medics to rescue defenders. The American anesthesiologist will share secrets from his 36-year career in various hot spots. He came to Ukraine as a volunteer.
The team of the oblast military administration continues to work on solving a number of key tasks: reception of displaced persons from cities under the war; preparing the territory for winter; continuation of field work.
Another master class was held in the Youth Center of the Pomichna community of the Novoukrainka Raion. More than three dozen participants were interested in the art of knotted batik and creating scarves. The event was organized with the assistance of the “Moloda Pomichna hromada” society organization. They say the value of the workshops lies in the opportunity to study the experience of those who were able to turn a hobby into their own business, implement social projects and activate social movements and social initiatives.
As part of the Day of Out-of-School Activities, the Center for Children’s and Youth Creativity in Oleksandria held an Open Day. A cultural and educational event with a presentation of the center’s work took place in Theater Square. A rich concert program was prepared for the guests with choreographic and vocal numbers, theatrical mini-shows performed by the pupils of the institution. During the event, the Youth Parliament held the “Unity Bracelet” campaign to show sympathy for the victims of russian aggression.
Anatolii Stoyan, regional coordinator of the AUI “Active Community”, provided IDPs from Zaporizhzhia and Donetsk oblasts with advice on obtaining documents on the IDP status, and information on the available resources of employers in Kropyvnytskyi and the surrounding communities.
Today, at the Assumption Cathedral in Poltava, four soldiers were solemnly buried: Serhiy Kuznetsov from Poltava, Andriy Sytnyk from the Dykanka community, Vitaly Koba from Poluzirya, Ivan Arefiev from Vodyana Balka. Poltava Oblast also lost defenders: Mykola Margita from the city of Globyno, Andriy Kucherenko from Horishni Plavni, Igor Androsov from Kremenchuk. Eternal memory to Heros!
In Poltava, a collaborator who praised Putin in front of his guests was sentenced. On September 6, two guests came to Viktor Tkachenko’s home from the Kharkiv Oblast. In a conversation with them, the man began to praise the president of russia and urged that “Ukraine must definitely join the russian federation.”
Poltava Oblast Military Administration, military unit A7312, public movement “Defense of Poltava” joined forces to create an oblast platform for training in tactical medicine. Poltava has all the prerequisites for organizing such a powerful platform. There is a base for conducting theoretical and practical classes. Thanks to cooperation with volunteers, partners from Ireland, the Czech Republic and France were involved.
The community of Poltava Oblast refused to carry out de-russification. In Orzhytsa, local deputies decided that they would not de-russify the names of a number of streets, and rejected the activists’ proposal at their own discretion. The situation is similar in the Zavodske community. There, the local authorities refused to carry out de-russification and announced that they had renamed Zhovtneva [October] Street to Druzhby Narodov [People’s Friendship] Street. Such names, in their opinion, do not remind of the historical past associated with russia.
Poltava rescuers handed over to the military part of 20 metal stoves for heating rooms and cooking food.
The AUI “Active Community” team in Poltava took part in a meeting held by the Charitable Foundation “Union of the Samaritans”, which cares for IDPs of the Poltava Oblast, with the aim of highlighting the real situation in the city regarding the needs of people with disabilities.
There were no air alarms during the day.
Today, the e-mail of the Rivne Oblast Diagnostic Center in Rivne received a message about mining. About 700 visitors and employees of the institution were promptly evacuated. The National Police, rescuers and the Security Service of Ukraine checked the premises and the surrounding area. The message about the threat of an explosion was not confirmed. No explosive objects were found. The diagnostic center has returned to its usual work.
In the Rivne Oblast, the Security Service of Ukraine exposed another “people’s communist” who, using materials from pro-russian groups, spread anti-Ukrainian content, glorified the communist party in the oblast and campaigned for “ZOVetsky world”. The perpetrator was informed of the suspicion of committing a crime, provided for in Part 1 of Art. 436-1 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine (production, distribution of communist and Nazi symbols and propaganda of communist and national socialist (Nazi) totalitarian regimes).
2,045 UAH and 50 kopecks were collected by the Professional Business School of the Rivne City Palace of Children and Youth during the charity fair “Together to Peace, to Victory!”. This fundraising was carried out as part of the Charitable Expansion organized by the Palace of Children and Youth to provide targeted assistance to the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The head of the oblast military administration, Serhii Gamalii, met with internally displaced persons from the Luhansk Oblast to discuss the urgent problems faced by the IDPs, including employment, housing, social security, and pensions. Khmelnytskyi became a second home for more than 366,000 IDPs, more than 100,000 of whom, to date, are placed here for temporary residence. In particular, 8,013 internally displaced persons have moved from Luhansk Oblast. Serhiy Gamalii said that profile hubs have been created, where internally displaced persons can register and apply for the necessary assistance. After summarizing the data, humanitarian aid will be allocated from the available goods from the oblast headquarters.
Khmelnytskyi Oblast continues to receive humanitarian aid from friendly countries. Recently, the humanitarian hub under the regional military administration received another shipment from the sister state of Mississippi (USA), which was delivered to Ukraine with the assistance of the Republic of Poland. More than 14 tons of cargo, including food, hygiene products, disinfectants, children’s toys, clothes and shoes, were collected by benefactors from the USA. After sorting at the humanitarian hub, this cargo will be distributed among the communities of the oblast, in accordance with the needs of internally displaced persons living there. This is not the first humanitarian aid from a sister state that Khmelnytskyi Oblast receives.
The Regional Office of the Commissioner for Missing Persons became operational in Khmelnytskyi. Residents of the oblast who cannot get in touch with their relatives should call the number: 067 380 50 65. Such Regional Offices have already been established in 10 cities of Ukraine.
A family doctor’s office for internally displaced persons has opened in Khmelnytskyi. This happened thanks to the cooperation of the public organization “Institute of Psychosomatics and Trauma Therapy”, the health care department of the Khmelnytskyi City Council and the leadership of the Toretsk community, located in Donetsk Oblast. The office is located at 11 Sobornia Street.
Today is a day of mourning in the community. Ukrainian Hero Oleksandr Shushkov was buried here.
5 servicemen who were wounded received 10,000 hryvnias each from the city budget. Another 14 military personnel will receive the same assistance. This decision was approved yesterday by the commission on the provision of one-time financial assistance and other social services at the Department of Social Protection of the Population. Then it will be considered by the session of the city council.
Bukovyna paid the last respects to the soldiers who gave their lives defending Ukraine from the russian invaders: senior soldier Serhiy Osintsev was solemnly buried in the village of Orshivtsi, soldier Yakov Skrypnyk – in the village of Rashkiv. Glory and eternal memory to Heroes!
Military personnel from Bukovyna as part of the 81st Separate Airmobile Brigade liberated Novoselyvka in Donetsk Oblast from the occupiers. More than 20 fighters from Hlyboka Raion are fighting in the brigade.
The team of the Chernivtsi Oblast Clinical Hospital purchased an SUV for servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
The Center for Emergency Medical Aid and Disaster Medicine received humanitarian aid from the “Klitschko Foundation”. Medicines, medical products, tonometers, pulse oximeters, etc. were transferred to the institution. Charitable aid will be distributed among emergency medical teams.
The Uzhhorod City Council held a working meeting with representatives of the European Union Advisory Mission for Civilian Security Sector Reform – Ukraine (EUAM-Ukraine). The guests from Finland, Senior Advisor for Border Affairs Veli-Matti Piuva and Senior Advisor for Border and Customs Affairs of Integrated Border Management Pekka Hütiainen, were interested in the life of the city during the war, the reception and provision of the needs of IDPs temporarily living in Uzhgorod, cooperation with international partners, which provide humanitarian aid, educational issues, in particular, the education of IDP children in local schools. The partners noted the readiness of the EU Advisory Mission for further cooperation and support of Ukraine.
The regional coordinator of the AUI “Active Community” Hanna Meleganych held campaign meetings with young people regarding the upcoming debate tournament on political reforms in Uzhhorod.Last modified: 29 Вересня, 2022