Timeline of war
May 13 Logo

Due to Russian military aggression in Ukraine, the Ukrainian government has already spent about $8,3 billion on emergency needs – from weapons to emergency assistance to internally displaced persons. – Serhii Marchenko, Minister of Finance of Ukraine


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, Russian aggressors have destroyed almost 38 thousand residential buildings in Ukraine. – Liudmyla Denisova, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights


Since the beginning of Russia’s full-scale war against Ukraine, 226 Ukrainian children have died, 420 children have been injured. Most victims among children are from the Donetsk region. – Prosecutor General’s Office


Total combat losses of Russian aggressors in Ukraine from 24 February to 13 May (approximation): 26900 troops; 1205 tanks; 2900 armored vehicles; 542 artillery systems; 193 MLRS; 88 anti-aircraft warfare systems; 200 aircraft; 162 helicopters; 2042 military auto vehicles and fuel tanks; 13 military boats; 405 tactical UAVs; 41 special military equipment; 95 cruise missiles. – General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine


The Japanese Government has imposed new sanctions against the Russian Federation. In particular, the new sanctions list includes an export ban on 15 high-tech goods, materials, and technologies to Russia from May 20. – Ministry of Economy of Japan


The British government has imposed new sanctions against the Russian Federation. In particular, the new sanctions list includes Putin’s relatives and closest friends: his cousins Ihor and Roman, his nephew Mykhailo, his former wife Liudmyla, and former gymnast Alina Kabaieva, who is alleged to have a close personal relationship with Putin. – Press release of the British government


The European Union has approved the decision to provide Ukraine with a new military aid package of €500 million worth. – Josep Borrell, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy


Almost 170,000 residents in temporarily occupied Mariupol are starving. During 2 months of the blockade, Russian occupiers did not allow any humanitarian convoy of food from Ukraine or international organizations in Mariupol. – Liudmyla Denisova, Ukrainian Parliament Commissioner for Human Rights


Russian occupiers interrogate Ukrainian children, forcibly deported from Mariupol to Russian filtration camps. – Petro Andriushchenko, Adviser to the Mayor of Mariupol


In the last 24 hours, Russian aggressors have shelled the Kharkiv, the Chernihiv, the Odesa, the Luhansk, the Sumy, the Zaporizhzhia, the Poltava, the Mykolaiv, and the Donetsk regions. 12 people have been killed. 38 citizens have been injured. – Information from Regional Military Administrations


Russian aggressors have forcibly deported more than 47 thousand Ukrainian citizens from Mariupol and its outskirts to Russia and the so-called “DNR.” – Vadym Boichenko, Mayor of Mariupol

See the war

destroyed house Dnipro
A dog named Crimea is moaning on the ruins of the house. The entire family, that lived here, was killed by the rocket attack.

By Olena Yemets

dnipro missile attack
Russian rockets hit a residential area in Dnipro. Two children and two adults were killed in the attack. September 29, 2022.

Photo from Valentyn Reznichenko, Head of the Dnipropetrovsk Region Military Administration

“Electoral commission” along with armed soldier during the fake referendum in the Donetsk region. September 24, 2022.

By Stringer / Anadolu Agency / Getty Images

Defender of Mariupol is back from Russian captivity after 4 months. September 21, 2022.

Photo from the Press Office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine

Azovstal defenders released
215 Ukrainian defenders were released, including part of the soldiers from Azovstal. For the last four months they were in Russian captivity. September 21, 2022

By Volodymyr Zolkin

Mykhailo Dianov, senior sergeant of the 36th brigade, in Azovstal. Dianov was among those, released from Russian captivity on September 21, 2022.

By Dmytro “Orest” Kozatskyi

how Ukraine lived before the war Explore peaceful Ukraine