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About Gulliver
Gulliver Cragg is a journalist based in Kyiv, Ukraine

Mainly correspondent for France 24 but can do hits on other channels or radio and open to other projects.

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Drone warfare in Ukraine: Technology at the heart of the conflict

12 Dec 2023  |  france24.com
In Ukraine, drones play a central role in the conflict with Russia, being one of the five key sectors where Kyiv must focus its efforts to gain an advantage over Moscow, according to the Chief of the General Staff Valery Zaloujny. The use of drones and signal jamming are highlighted in a report by correspondent Gulliver Cragg.

As casualties rise, mobilization tests the social fabric of Ukraine

21 Jun 2023  |  france24.com
Since the beginning of the Russian invasion in February 2022, Ukraine has declared total mobilization, banning military-aged men from leaving the country so they could be called to fight at any moment. In the weeks following the attack, the desire to fight was so high that military commissariats turned some away. However, as the war drags on and casualties rise, many are seeking ways to avoid it, testing the social fabric of Ukraine.

Destruction of the Kakhovka dam: residents of Nikopol deprived of water

13 Jun 2023  |  france24.com
Following the destruction of the Kakhovka dam on the Dniepr River, the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine has been compromised. Rafael Grossi, the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency, is visiting the site. Residents of Nikopol are now without water due to the incident.

Ukraine: Between Fears and Zeal, Mobilization Divides

07 Jun 2023  |  france24.com
Since the beginning of the large-scale invasion, Ukraine has declared a general mobilization of men aged 27 to 60, with those under 27 being mobilizable only if they have completed their military service. In the weeks following the attack, queues formed outside army recruitment centers. However, many men are now trying to avoid mobilization, with some succeeding by paying bribes. Correspondent Gulliver Cragg conducted the investigation.

New Russian bombings in Ukraine

26 May 2023  |  france24.com
Russian forces have once again bombed Kiev overnight from Thursday to Friday, with the city's civil and military administration reporting that all missiles were intercepted and destroyed.

Ukraine's deadly fields: farmers risk their lives to cultivate

30 Mar 2023  |  france24.com
Approximately 25% of Ukraine's agricultural lands are infested with mines and unexploded ordnance, affecting not only areas occupied by Russian forces but also Ukrainian-controlled zones within artillery range. Demining programs are focusing on residential areas rather than fields. Despite the risks, some farmers are choosing to work their lands during the spring planting season, risking their lives.

Liberation of Kherson: Ukrainian farmers reclaim their farms

14 Dec 2022  |  france24.com
Following the Russian invasion and occupation of Ukraine's fertile southern regions of Mykolaiv and Kherson, Ukrainian farmers faced disastrous consequences. In April, correspondent Gulliver Cragg met with a farmer whose farm had fallen under Russian control. The farmer joined a Ukrainian territorial defense unit to reclaim it. With Kherson's liberation, he succeeded, but like most farms in the region, it lies in ruins.

Live: Kyiv slams Macron's call not to 'humiliate' Russia

05 Jun 2022  |  france24.com
Intense street fighting is taking place in Severodonetsk in the Donbass region of eastern Ukraine, where Moscow's forces are concentrated. Explosions were heard in Kyiv on Sunday morning. Diplomatically, Ukrainian authorities have mocked Emmanuel Macron's stance on not 'humiliating' Russia. Follow the latest events in Ukraine live on our site.

Reporting in Ukraine: In Andriivka, the return of civilians after the Russian occupation

02 May 2022  |  france24.com
A month after Russian invasion forces left the region around the Ukrainian capital, residents struggle with the devastation and trauma left behind. Correspondent Gulliver Cragg visited Andriivka, a village 50 kilometers west of Kiev, which was occupied from late February to late March.

Ukrainian army reportedly retakes Irpin, near Kyiv, says city mayor

28 Mar 2022  |  france24.com
The Ukrainian army has fully regained control of Irpin, a suburb west of Kyiv, as announced by the city's mayor following weeks of intense fighting with Russian forces. Correspondent Gulliver Cragg for FRANCE 24 in Kyiv notes that this information should be approached with caution.

‘We will not surrender the station’: Concern over Russian attacks on Ukrainian nuclear plants

20 Mar 2022  |  france24.com
Ukrainian nuclear power plants face significant risks from Russian military activities, including potential damage to auxiliary equipment or the reactor itself, which could lead to a disaster comparable to Chernobyl or Fukushima. Despite the risks, Ukrainian workers at these plants refuse to abandon their posts, even under the threat of missile attacks and while working at gunpoint. The plants are designed to withstand an airplane crash but not a direct missile hit. The seizure of the defunct Chernobyl power station by Russian forces is seen as a strategic move and a form of blackmail due to the presence of radioactive material. Criticism is directed at international nuclear organizations like the IAEA and WANO for their lack of concrete action and effective communication. Ukrainian nuclear technicians continue to work under stress, generating electricity for their country, and the interviewee expresses gratitude to European countries providing aid and weapons. The interviewee, an engineer, remains hopeful for the end of the war and the future rebuilding of Ukraine.

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