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2022 Conflict – Ukraine regional prosecutors

Office Website Contacts
Kyiv City Prosecutor’s Office kyiv.gp.gov.ua public@kyiv.gp.gov.ua, zvern@kyiv.gp.gov.ua
Vinnytsia Regional Prosecutor’s Office vin.gp.gov.ua zvern@vin.gp.gov.ua, sekretariat@vin.gp.gov.ua
Volyn regional prosecutor’s office vol.gp.gov.ua office_pvo@pvo.gov.ua, zvern@pvo.gov.ua
Dnipropetrovsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office dnipr.gp.gov.ua zvern@dnipr.gp.gov.ua, Press1@prokuratura.dp.ua, public@prk.dp.ua
Donetsk regional prosecutor’s office don.gp.gov.ua priom_gromad@don.gp.gov.ua
Zhytomyr Regional Prosecutor’s Office zhit.gp.gov.ua publikinfo@zhit.gp.gov.ua, sekretariat@zhit.gp.gov.ua
Zaporizhzhia Regional Prosecutor’s Office zap.gp.gov.ua office@zap.gp.gov.ua, press@zap.gp.gov.ua, public@zap.gp.gov.ua
Transcarpathian Regional Prosecutor’s Office zak.gp.gov.ua zvern@zak.gp.gov.ua, Sekretariat@zak.gp.gov.ua, mass media zakprokuratura@gmail.com, public info zkpublic@meta.ua
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Prosecutor’s Office ifr.gp.gov.ua sekretariat@ifprok.gov.ua, zvernennya@ifprok.gov.ua, press informpr@ukr.net
Kyiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office kobl.gp.gov.ua prok@kobl.gp.gov.ua, press@kobl.gp.gov.ua, public@kobl.gp.gov.ua
Kirovohrad Regional Prosecutor’s Office kir.gp.gov.ua oblprokuratura@kir.gp.gov.ua, zvern@kir.gp.gov.ua, public info: infdostup@kir.gp.gov.ua, pressa@kir.gp.gov.ua
Lviv Regional Prosecutor’s Office lviv.gp.gov.ua sekretari@oblprok.lviv.ua, info requests zdpi@oblprok.lviv.ua
Luhansk Regional Prosecutor’s Office lug.gp.gov.ua
Mykolaiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office myk.gp.gov.ua zvern@myk.gp.gov.ua
Odesa Regional Prosecutor’s Office od.gp.gov.ua odeska.obl@od.gp.gov.ua
Poltava Regional Prosecutor’s Office pol.gp.gov.ua zvern@pol.gp.gov.ua, press@pol.gp.gov.ua
Rivne Regional Prosecutor’s Office pro.gov.ua zvern@pro.gp.gov.ua, pres@pro.gov.ua, secretariat@pro.gov.ua
Sumy Regional Prosecutor’s Office sumy.gp.gov.ua sekretariat@prokuratura.sumy.ua
Ternopil Regional Prosecutor’s Office tern.gp.gov.ua inbox@tern.gp.gov.ua, zvern.gp.gov.ua, public@tern.gp.gov.ua
Kharkiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office khar.gp.gov.ua zvern@khar.gp.gov.uaobl@khar.gp.gov.ua, publinf@khar.gp.gov.ua, press@khar.gp.gov.ua
Kherson Regional Prosecutor’s Office kherson.gp.gov.ua zvern@kherson.gp.gov.ua
Khmelnytskyi Regional Prosecutor’s Office khmel.gp.gov.ua zvern@khmel.gp.gov.ua
Cherkasy Regional Prosecutor’s Office chk.gp.gov.ua zvern@chk.gp.gov.ua, sekretariat@chk.gp.gov.ua, public requests kinf@chk.gp.gov.ua
Chernivtsi Regional Prosecutor’s Office chrn.gp.gov.ua chergova@chrn.gp.gov.ua, pres@chrn.gp.gov.ua, documents sekretariat@chrn.gp.gov.ua
Chernihiv Regional Prosecutor’s Office chrg.gp.gov.ua sekretariat@chrg.gp.gov.ua, zvern@chrg.gp.gov.ua, obl.prok.public@chrg.gp.gov.ua
Prosecutor’s Office of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol ark.gp.gov.ua park.zvern@gmail.com
Office of the Prosecutor General gp.gov.ua office@gp.gov.ua, press.zapyty.ogp@gmail.com, mediasap@gp.gov.ua

2022 Conflict – Preliminary PGM Sources

Research interest: Tracking and mapping missile and artillery strikes utilizing precision guided munitions (PGM).

Statistics and dashboards

Raw data

Maps

Investigations

Ukrainian government-affiliated sources

Regional military administration (ODA) Telegram channels:

State Emergency Services of Ukraine (SESU) / DSNS:

Armed Forces - ZSU t.me/operativnoZSU

Regional prosecutors (Prokuratura)

Russian government-affiliated sources

Ministry of Defence

2022 Conflict – Ideas for analysing strikes

Tweets

Searching twitter.com, from 22th of February until 31st of August: since:2022-02-22 until:2022-08-31

Telegram

  • Trawling ukrainian_videos channel, which in turn aggregates data from multiple war-focussed sources (already includes automated translations via Google Translate).
  • Aggregating data from ODA and DSNS channels (see previous post).

2022 Conflict – Hubris

A story in three acts, not necessarily based on real events.

Act one

Force X maneuvers their navy fairly close to shores of Force Y, ostentatiously threatening amphibious landing. Force Y seemingly compelled to keep a contingent of its manpower pinned to avert landing. Waters around Force Y shores heavily mined, with some mines coming loose and drifting due to unfavourable weather.

Act two

Force Y in possession of unmanned aerial systems with capable EW component. Decides to “risk” one of said systems by flying it close to minor Force X ship in what Force X assesses to be a major blunder.

Force X naval air defense/CIWS engages target. Target successfully repelled and maybe even destroyed. Seemingly huge blow to Force Y, who is only said to field around 40 units of said type.

Force X sees opportunity to convert engagement into internet clout, MoD triumphantly releases footage revealing response procedure and timings.

Time passes.

Act three

Heavy seas. Force X, aware of Force Y fielding anti-ship cruise missiles, nevertheless maneuvers pride of their regional fleet named for capital city within striking distance.

Force Y sorties unmanned aerial asset near capital ship, drawing attention from ship’s air defense systems, paints target for ASCM closing in on ship at wavetop height. Force X AD distracted. Hit on target, ammunition stores ignite.

Force X claims spontaneous combustion aboard ship, claims no enemy action, claims crew successfully evacuated, claims fires put out, claims ship returning to port under own power.

Short time passes.

Force X forced to admit their capital ship has joined the submarine forces.

Addendum

Force X - which had previously denied passage to Force Y naval assets through regional strait - unable to replenish naval assets in regional body of water due to third party blocking access to oceans, invoking archaic treaty from the time of the predecessor to the predecessor of Force X.

(Note: Maybe it was just a mine hit. Time will tell…)

2022 Conflict – Beginning

Another year has passed by without me taking the time to reflect and write down my current thoughts on matters that move me. I’ve noticed I’m happy to discuss them with my family, friends and acquaintances, but did not care to discipline myself enough to formulate those thoughts into writing that I could refer to and look back upon at some point in the future.

Those topics concern European unity, values and integrity, as well as security matters in the context of the conflict in eastern Europe now ongoing for more than eight years, threatening to spill over into the wider European sphere.

This series will focus on the sources I think are valuable, my analysis, and how my thinking has already changed back-and-forth multiple times.

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