Weekend Reads War in Ukraine: WHO warns against a winter "threatening the life" of millions of people
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damage to energy infrastructure in Ukraine "already have devastating effects on the health system and on the health of the population, "warns the institution.
The alert is given. The World Health Organization (WHO)that winter will threaten the lives of millions of Ukrainians, after a series of on the country's energy infrastructure.
"To put it simply, this winter will be a question of survival", told journalists Hans Kluge, the regional director of WHO for Europe.
More than 700 attacks recorded
damage to Ukrainian energy infrastructure "already have devastating effects on the health system and the health of the population," he added. According to him, the WHO has recorded more than 700 attacks on Ukrainian health establishments since the start of the Russian invasion in February, which, according to him, constitutes "a manifest violation" of international humanitarian law.
This means that "hundreds of hospitals and health establishments are no longer fully operational," he said. "We expect two to three million additional people to leave their homes looking for heat and safety."
"They will face important health problems, including respiratory infections such as COVID-19, pneumonia, flu and a serious risk of diphtheria and measles in an undervacinated population," added Hans Kluge.
NATO supports Patriot tax to Ukraine .
Brussels/Warsaw/Berlin. Germany wants to better protect the NATO partner Poland with anti-aircraft systems. But Poland advocates stationing in Ukraine. From the perspective of NATO general secretary Stoltenberg, such an assignment would not be taboo. The decision now lies with the federal government. © Axel Heimken A ready -to -use anti -aircraft missile system of the “Patriot” type of aircraft rocket squadron 1 of the Bundeswehr is on the airfield of the Swesing military airport.