Ukraine – Russia, war news today. Wall Street Journal: Russian oil escapes US sanctions

Ukraine – Russia, war news today.  Wall Street Journal: Russian oil escapes US sanctions

The Russian military confirmed what was first announced by Turkish President Erdogan: the resumption of grain transportation to the Black Sea, and today the visit of US Assistant Secretary of State for Europe Karen Dunfrid to Kyiv.

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Live news of the conflict between Ukraine and Russia

Russian forces launch Soyuz 2.1b missile with military satellite

The Russian Armed Forces launched a Soyuz-2.1b missile from the Plesetsk cosmodrome with a military satellite: the Russian state news agency TASS reported, citing the Ministry of Defense in Moscow. “At 9.48 am on Wednesday, November 2, the combat teams of the Aerospace Forces launched the medium-class carrier rocket Soyuz-2.1b with a satellite of the Ministry of Defense of Russia from the Cosmodrome State Test Division (Plesetsk. Cosmodrome) in the Arkhangelsk region ,” the ministry said in a note obtained by TASS.

Moscow confirms the resumption of the wheat agreement

The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Russia would resume participation in the wheat agreement: Ukraine provided “the necessary written guarantees that it will not use the Black Sea grain corridor for combat operations against Russia”, and guarantees obtained “through the mediation of Turkey and the United Nations”.

Russian President Vladimir Putin

Grain, Erdogan announces the resumption of traffic in the Black Sea from today

Erdogan announced the resumption of traffic in the Black Sea from today, which means that the agreement to transport millions of tons of Ukrainian grain will be implemented again. The Turkish president said Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu called his Turkish colleague Hokusi Akar to inform him that the agreement on “the grain corridor will continue as before.” Moscow was bar the deal After the attack on his military ships in the Crimea.


Moscow will invite the British ambassador soon

The British ambassador will be summoned to the Russian Foreign Ministry, which intends to request clarification of the role of British specialists in the preparation of the Kyiv attacks on the Russian fleet in Crimea. Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova gave the news, according to TASS.

Shoigu: Washington is using Ukraine to weaken other countries

The United States uses the situation around Ukraine to weaken other countries, including in Europe. This was stated by Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu.

Russian Defense Minister: Kyiv wants nuclear weapons for NATO

The United States and European countries ignore the nuclear blackmail of Ukraine, and Russia is aware of Kyiv’s attempts to build a “dirty” nuclear bomb and its willingness to deploy NATO nuclear weapons on its territory. This was stated by Russian Defense Minister Serge Shoigu, as reported by TASS, in a meeting with Belarus.

Kyiv: 47 Russian attacks on 25 populated centers in one day

25 cities and small towns in southern and eastern Ukraine were hit in one day by the Russian army with 47 air strikes and 7 missiles. According to the Kyiv General Staff, further attacks were planned by launching drones from Belarus, UNIAN reported. Meanwhile, in Donetsk, in Zavetny Bazania, Russian units opened a new hospital: “It is currently full of wounded soldiers of the Russian army,” according to the General Staff, noting that although the partial mobilization has officially ended, “continue to send to men of age recruitment.”

Nyt: Russian military leaders have evaluated the use of nuclear weapons

Russian military leaders discussed the use of tactical nuclear weapons in Ukraine, US officials reported, according to the New York Times. The talks alarmed the Biden administration because they showed Moscow’s frustration with its failures on the battlefield in Ukraine.

Kyiv: Since the beginning of the conflict, the Russians have lost 73,000 soldiers

According to the daily bulletin provided by the Kyiv Armed Forces, the number of Russian soldiers who died since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine has risen to more than 73 thousand. In total they will be 73,270. In addition to this are 2,714 tanks, 5,525 combat vehicles, 277 aircraft, 258 helicopters and 16 ships.

Kyiv Mayor: There are still 16,000 homes without electricity

In the Kyiv region, there are still 16,000 homes without electricity. The local governor Oleksiy Kuleba wrote on a telegram. He explained, “Our electrical engineers are working tirelessly for the third day. During the day, we will restore electricity to all subscribers.”

Kyiv in the dark

Kyiv in the dark

Kyiv: Russian forces are advancing towards three cities in Donetsk

Russian invaders advancing in the direction of Bakhmut, Avdiivka and Novopavlev in Donetsk: This was announced by the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on its Facebook page, UNIAN reported. “The opponent is trying to hold the captured lands temporarily. On the last day, the Ukrainian defense repelled the attacks of the occupiers in the areas of the settlements of Makevka, Nevsky and Belogorivka in the Lugansk region, Verknokamyansk, Sbern, Bakhmut, Mayorsk, Pervomaisky, Novomykhailivka, Vodian, Pavlevka and Brechestevka of the Donetsk region, “says. Kyiv.

Air alarm in seven zones

An air alert was declared this morning in seven regions of Ukraine: according to map data, the alert concerns the regions of Dnipropetrovsk, Poltava, Cherkassy, ​​Kirovograd, Mokolaiv, Kharkiv and part of the Zaporozhye region controlled by Kyiv. This was reported by the Russian News Agency tax

Zelensky, Russia’s “energy terror” is the challenge facing all of Europe

In his evening speech, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said: “Every winter Moscow will present difficulty in its propaganda as alleged evidence of the failure of a united Europe. So, together, we must show the terrorists that failure is a word that concerns them, not Europe.”

The Kyiv army killed 25 Russian soldiers and hit three arms depots

The Southern Operations Command said that Ukrainian forces killed 25 Russian soldiers and hit three army ammunition depots in Moscow in the south of the country in the past 24 hours. In addition, a multi-launch missile system, a large-caliber Akatsya howitzer, a Nona artillery and mortar installation, the Tor anti-aircraft missile complex and 11 armored vehicles on the southern front line were destroyed.

Ukrainian saboteurs working at the Russian airport

Wall Street Journal, Russian oil evades US sanctions through Priollo refinery

It is the Sicilian Lukoil refinery in Priolo that allows Russian crude to bypass US sanctions due to the war in Ukraine and reach the United States, sometimes back to Europe. This was revealed by an investigation by the Wall Street Journal, which explains the journey of Russian oil in a video. The US sanctions provide for the exclusion of crude oil “which has been substantially transformed into a product manufactured abroad”. Once converted at the Priolo refinery, the second largest in Italy and the fifth in Europe, Russian oil becomes an “Italian product” and arrives at Exxon’s plants in Texas or New Jersey at Lukoil’s plants, which have 230 US service stations in 11 states. Before the sanctions, the Priolo refinery was processing crude oil from different countries, now 93% comes from Russia. Lukoil is the second largest Russian oil company.

Zelensky: “Do not stop exporting grain”

President Volodymyr Zelensky said a long-term defense of Ukraine’s grain export corridor is needed, and the world must respond firmly to any Russian attempts to stop it, as more ships have been loaded despite Moscow’s suspension of their participation.

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