Gwara Media publishes a short digest of major news from Kharkiv and Ukraine on October 21, 2022. To find out more, follow the link. Briefly, clearly and precisely.

Kharkiv Oblast Latest: Buildings, Critical Infrastructure, and Gas Supply Restoration

The houses are being rebuilt in the village of Kulinichi, the gas supply has been restored in the Borivska community, and the infrastructure and operation of the utility enterprises are resumed in Kupiansk.

Kharkiv Mayor: how the City Saves Electricity

On Oct. 20, Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov addressed the residents of the city. The government doesn’t plan to cut off the electricity supply in Kharkiv, reported Suspilne. However, the residents are asked to continue to follow the restrictions regarding energy consumption. Moreover, electricity consumption limitations are introduced in city transport and heat networks.

Damages to Ukraine’s Infrastructure Amounted to over $31 Billion During Summer

In June-August 2022, the amount of damage to Ukraine’s infrastructure reached $31.5 billion. Russia caused damage to more than $127 billion since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine. This is evidenced by the report of the project “Russia will pay” by KSE Institute.

Ukraine Found Sources for Starlink Financing

Ukraine has found at least three sources of funding for the Starlink satellite Internet. If necessary, the Pentagon, the European Union and private donors are ready to finance the network. Reznikov also said that the Ukrainian authorities contacted SpaceX founder Elon Musk to resolve the issue of payment for the terminals.

Ambassador of Save Ukrainian Culture Project Kalush Orchestra Released Song with The Rasmus

Kalush Orchestra released a song together with the Finnish band The Rasmus. The track is called In The Shadows Of Ukraine. This track is a transformation of the song In The Shadows by the Finnish band with Ukrainian verses and sound.

Ukrainian Schools to Get Solar Power Plants and Bomb Shelters

The “Safe Education” project aims to provide 100 Ukrainian schools with equipped bomb shelters. The Energy Act For Ukraine Foundation`s “100 Solar Schools” project is going to equip 100 educational institutions with solar power plants in the regions affected by war.

Ukrainian-German School Opened in Berlin

On Oct. 19, a German-Ukrainian school opened in Berlin. The school allows children to study Ukrainian and German languages and get a Certificate of Secondary Education in both countries.