Italy: cats and dogs arrived from Ukraine, abandoned by their previous owners


Italy: cats and dogs arrived from Ukraine, abandoned by their previous owners

In Italy, specifically in Milan, the National Animal Protection Authority has saved 43 dogs and 7 cats from Ukraine, abandoned by old families fleeing the war. The animals will be monitored for an observation period of at least 3 months.

ENPA has organized the quarantine of the animals in some structures made available to welcome them. Once arrived in Italy, the animals have been subjected to veterinary checks and, as soon as possible, the volunteers of the associations will find them a new family, making sure that this time it is really forever, as reported by

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What's happening in Ukraine

Finland's president said his country would likely be targeted by Russian cyberwarfare and could face border violations if he decides to run for NATO membership. President Sauli Niinisto said in an interview with public broadcaster Yle that the greatest benefit would be to obtain a preventive effect.

But he pointed to the risk of Russia's destabilizing behavior during an accession process, which would take months. The mayor of Kiev, Vitaly Klitschko, canceled the extended curfew starting from Saturday: "It will be possible to move around the capital and the region on Sunday afternoon," he said quoted by CNN.

In a statement on Telegram, Klitschko said the curfew, scheduled for Saturday at 8pm until 7am Monday, will not be introduced. "
"Peace is always possible and our prayer is at the root of peace. Prayer makes peace sprout" Pope Francis says this in a tweet inviting people to pray for peace in Ukraine.
Russian troops have taken control of Slavutych, the town that houses the personnel working at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine.

The regional governor Oleksandr Pavlyuk reported this by posting a message on Telegram. Russian soldiers also took over the town's hospital and kidnapped the mayor. Slavutych was built to house personnel evicted from the Chernobyl plant after the 1986 nuclear disaster.

Clashes in the area were preventing workers from coming and going from the plant, which still stores nuclear waste in its "sarcophagus" The Russians took over Chernobyl at the beginning of the conflict.