“Let’s not forget anyone, we will not leave anyone behind,” the president emphasized. Zelenskypromising that after Kherson, Donbass and Crimea will also be liberated. He flies Meanwhile, it appointed the city of Geneshesk as the temporary administrative capital of the Kherson region, which, as stated by the Kremlin, is still considered “Russian territory” despite the withdrawal. While former President Dmitri Medvedev He threatens: “We will continue to restore the Russian lands. For obvious reasons, we have not yet used our entire arsenal of potential weapons of destruction,” but “everything has its time.”
Meanwhile, an air alert was announced across Ukraine this morning after information about the take-off of a MiG-31K from Belarusian territory, capable of carrying Kinzal missiles and other fighters. UNIAN writes it. Citizens were asked to immediately go to shelters and remain safe until the alert ends.
to me ZaporizhiaIn the southeastern region of Ukraine where Europe’s largest nuclear power plant is located, law enforcement officials evacuated residents of the Shevchenkiv region after a Russian missile attack. The area was hit by an Iskander-K cluster bomb. The police said: “Explosive elements are scattered throughout the residential area. Due to the fact that this type of ammunition can explode at any time, a temporary evacuation of residents has been carried out. Demining operations are underway.”
Two women were wounded in the bombing of the night on Nikopol, a town on the Dnieper River in the Dnipropetrovsk region, not far from Zaporizhia. About forty private residential buildings were damaged, as well as dozens of commercial buildings and energy infrastructure. Valentin Reznichenko, head of the Dnipropetrovsk Regional Military Administration, was quoted by Ukrainian media as saying that the bombs also hit the nearby Marjanets region.
Head of the regional administration of KhersonYaroslav Yanushevich, at the same time about the introduction Curfew from 5 pm to 8 am In the city liberated by the Russian armed forces. The decision made to “ensure the safety of your life” is explained.
Pope: “It’s World War III. We must ask ourselves what we can do.”
“What does the Lord say to us in the face of this third world war? We ask ourselves,” but in any case, “we must not run away.” “Today each of us must blend in in the face of this cruel World War III, and in the face of a starvation of so many children, so many people. Can I waste my money, my life, and the meaning of my life without the courage to go on?” Thus, Pope Francis spoke without restrictions during his homily on the occasion of the Divine Liturgy for the Sixth World Day of the Poor.
Air Alert over Ukraine: Fighters from Belarus
The state of air alert in Ukraine was announced this morning after information about the take-off of a MiG-31K from Belarusian soil, capable of carrying Kinzal missiles and other fighters. UNIAN writes it. Citizens were asked to immediately go to shelters and remain safe until the warning is lifted.
Pope Francis: In the face of war and tragedies, do not give in to fear
“If the history of mankind is full of tragic events, cases of pain, wars, revolutions, and misfortunes, it is equally true—as Jesus says—that all this is not the end; it is not a good reason to allow one to be paralyzed by fear or to succumb to defeatism. Something has been lost and that there is no point in committing to life.” He said Pope Francesco During the homily of the Divine Liturgy in St. Peter on the International Day of the Poor.
Kyiv: “Moscow will be ready to negotiate after the liberation of the Donetsk and Lugansk regions”
The Ukrainian presidency believes that Russia will already be ready to negotiate peace and withdraw its forces from the country after the liberation of Donetsk and Lugansk: the presidential adviser wrote on Twitter Mykhailo Podolyak. “Political and psychologically, Russia is not yet ready for real negotiations and the withdrawal of forces. But it will happen. Soon after the liberation of Donetsk and Lugansk,” Podoliak said, adding that now support for the war in Russia itself “is rapidly declining.” Everyone “from the oligarch to the shoemaker” forms the opinion that “it is time to stop it.”
Kyiv deputy: Russian and US elections an opportunity for peace
“The electoral campaign that begins in both the United States and Russia, where presidential elections will be held in 2024, could be a catalyst for peace talks.” This was stated – as reported by The Independent Kyiv – by David Arakamia, Ukrainian deputy of the “Servant of the People” party founded by President Volodymyr Zelensky. “I don’t think Putin is capable of demonstrating any military success, so maybe they’re trying to prove something to their people on the diplomatic front in some way,” he added.
Depardieu closes production center in Russia
French actor Gerard Depardieu decided to close the “PC Railway” production center in Russia. According to Russian media, the decision is not connected with the war in Ukraine, but with “lack of activity”. Depardieu, a Russian citizen since 2013, took part in the film about the French Air Force Division “Normandy Neiman”, which was to be filmed in the Kaliningrad region as a Russian-French production, but after the invasion of Ukraine the French part withdrew from the project.
Missiles fell on a village near Kherson, killing two women
The Russian-occupied village of Hornostavka, on the left bank of the Dnipro River, was bombarded from Moscow with Grad missiles to persuade the residents to evacuate. This was stated – as reported by the Kyiv Independent newspaper – by the governor of the Kherson region, Yaroslav Yanushevich, adding that in the attack two women were killed and six houses were destroyed.
“With these methods – as Yanushevich wrote on Telegram – the Russians are trying to put pressure on the residents of Hornostivka in the so-called “evacuation”. The same Russian soldiers are forced to hide in cellars with the residents.”
Kyiv curfew in Kherson for security reasons
Head of the regional administration of KhersonYaroslav Yanushevich announced a 5-8 curfew in the city liberated by the Russian Armed Forces. The decision made to “ensure the safety of your life” is explained. At the same time, the possibilities to enter and exit the city will be “limited” until “de-mining measures are taken”.
On November 13, a power outage is scheduled in Kyiv and in 8 regions
Ukrainian energy company Ukrenergo announced that there will be scheduled power outages in Kyiv and in 8 regions of the country.
Ukranska Pravda Report. “On November 13, from 00:00 to 24:00, scheduled interruptions will begin in Kyiv and in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Cherkassy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv, Poltava and Donetsk regions of Ukraine ”, Okronigo reported.
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