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24.02.2024Ukraine: 2nd anniversary of Russian invasion *** ARCHIVE

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As Russia’s invasion of Ukraine approaches its second anniversary, nearly one-fourth of Ukraine’s population remains displaced. Thousands of Ukrainians have been killed, and several cities and villages destroyed. Thousands of Russians have also perished. Despite the devastation caused by the war, Russia shows no signs of ending its military incursion. Instead, Ukraine and Russia will be preparing for an extended war into 2024.

Eurovision News Events will be offering live standup positions on site as well as other services upon request. Please note we'll need min. 2 hours prior notice for deployment.

For more information: www.eurovision.net/events/news/politics/53696/details

Prause


We can offer you:

LiveU LU800 rental
DSNG vans
ENG camera crews
OB vans

Contact: Marcin Prause
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Overon


OVERON will offer the following facilities from Kyiv & Kramatorsk

* Live Stand Up Positions
* Live crew (LiveU & TVU)
* ENG crews
* Spanish-speaking reporter
* SNG
* Connectivity to the Overon Global Network

For bookings or enquiries, please contact our Planning Office:
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ASSOCIATED PRESS | GLOBAL MEDIA SERVICES


Second Anniversary of Russia's Invasion of Ukraine
Various | Feb. 24, 2024

The second anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine is Feb. 24, 2024.

Nearly two years into the conflict, Ukraine is grappling with ammunition and personnel shortages while Russia is on the offensive, mounting relentless attacks.

Though the roughly 1,500-kilometer (900-mile) front line has barely budged in recent months, the Kremlin’s forces have the upper hand in stocks of missiles and artillery ammunition used for long-range strikes. Russia has repeatedly used missiles to blast civilian targets during the conflict.

So far, the war has killed more than 10,000 civilians in Ukraine and wounded nearly 20,000 others, according to the United Nations.


OPERATIONAL INFORMATION
The Associated Press offers a live stand-up position in Kyiv with a backdrop of Independence Square, also known as the Maidan, and the city skyline.

CUSTOM LIVE SHOTS AND ON-AIR GUESTS
AP can arrange on-air guests and analysts for live contributions from Kyiv into your newscasts.

We also offer expert AP reporters in Tallinn, Estonia, for custom live shots.

MEDIA ACCREDITATION
All media representatives working in Ukraine must be accredited with the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

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