December 3, 2022

Russia-Ukraine War Latest: What We Know on Day 233 of Invasion | Ukraine

  • Russia announced the evacuation of residents from Kherson The occupied city in the heart of the southern Ukrainian region is raising fears that it could become a new frontline after a request by the head of the Russian-founded region.

  • Army of Ukraine They boast of territorial gains Wednesday near the city of Kherson NATO allies, including the UK, have deployed new air defense systems across the country in the wake of Russia’s recent missile attacks.

  • Mykolaiv, 60 miles northwest of Kherson, was hit by Russian missiles., a 31-year-old man and an 80-year-old woman were killed in an attack in a five-story apartment building. 5 others are said to be still inside the rubble. Mykolaiv regional governor, Vitaliy Kim, said an 11-year-old boy was pulled from the rubble six hours later and rescue teams were searching for seven more.

  • EU foreign policy chief Joseph Borrell warned Moscow’s forces would be “destroyed” by a military response from the West. If President Vladimir Putin had used nuclear weapons against Ukraine.

  • Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, have not discussed ways to resolve the conflict. Thursday’s bilateral meeting in Ukraine, the state-run RIA news agency reported, citing the Kremlin. Instead, Putin tapped Erdogan with a plan to funnel more Russian gas through Turkey to make it a new supply “hub” in a bid to preserve Russia’s energy influence in Europe.

  • Russia Germany, Denmark and ambassadors have been summoned Sweden Moscow and Gazprom complained that representatives of Moscow and Gazprom were not invited to join the investigation into the ruptures of the Nord Stream gas pipelines. “Unless Russian experts are involved, Russia will not openly recognize the falsified results of such an investigation,” the Foreign Ministry said.

  • Russia will run out of supplies and weapons before the West, UK Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said. Procurement processes are in place among allies in the West, which will ensure that the international community continues to arm Ukraine for years to come.

  • Ukrainian officials said Iranians in Russian-occupied territory of Ukraine were training Russians on how to use the Iranian-made Shahed-136 drone. It can conduct airstrikes, electronic warfare and attack targets. Their deployment may indicate that the Russian military is operating without its own drones.

  • Moscow has submitted concerns to the United Nations over an agreement on Black Sea grain exportsAnd Russia’s UN ambassador in Geneva told Reuters it was prepared to reject renewing the agreement next month if its demands were not addressed.

  • Ukraine’s power grid has been “stabilized” after Russian strikes targeting energy infrastructure. National energy operator Ukrainergo said on Thursday that it was causing power and hot water cuts.

  • A residential building in the southern Russian city of Belgorod, near the border with Ukraine, came under shelling by Kyiv forces on Thursday. The city governor said today. Mykhailo Podoliak, Ukraine’s senior presidential adviser, denied that Kiev’s military was responsible. Russia A shelling attempt was made on Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city on the border, “but something went wrong”.

  • Letting Ukraine into NATO would cause World War IIIAlexander Venediktov, deputy secretary of the Russian Security Council, told the Russian state-run TASS news agency. Interview Thursday.