President Volodymyr Zelensky said during a press briefing on May 22 that 50-100 soldiers may be dying every day defending Ukraine in “the most difficult direction,” in the country’s eastern regions. Ukraine doesn’t publish its military casualties. As of April 16, Zelensky said that 2,500-3,000 Ukrainian troops had been killed, and up to 10,000 had been injured.
He also said that The Ukrainian parliament approved changes to the country’s law on medicines on May 22, “restricting the flow” of those medications that have been at least partially produced by the enterprises located in Russia or Belarus.
And the Kharkiv Oblast Governor Oleh Synehubov told Suspilne media that Halyna Turbaba, the mayor of Russian-occupied Dvorichne, has been illegally detained by Russians for four days. He added that 5 people were injured in the shelling of Saltivka, 3 in the attack on Derhachi and another 3 in the town of Shevchenkove and in the Chuhuiv district. Fighting continues in the oblast, the governor added.
Petro Andriushchenko, an advisor to the Mariupol mayor, reported that people were deported to Russia from filtration camps in the occupied Nikolske and Bezymiane villages in Donetsk Oblast. According to the official, another 313 people were deported from Mariupol to the filtration camp in Bezymiane.