Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 609 days. About a thousand inhabitants remain in Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast in eastern Ukraine, where heavy fighting is taking place, said Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk. She called on civilians to evacuate the city, the Ukrinform news agency reported. These are the most important events in the last hours of the war in Ukraine.
> President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky He assessed that the Russian Black Sea Fleet was “gradually escaping from Crimea.” Commenting on plans to create a new Russian naval base in Abkhazia – a separatist region Georgia – he assured: “we will reach them everywhere.”
> Sergei is a former Russian soldier. In the summer of this year, he came to military training at the Prudboj training ground in the Volgograd region. In an interview with the independent website Vazhnye Istorii, he said that they existed there “torture pits”where soldiers who broke discipline were sent.
> In Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast in the east Ukraine, where heavy fighting is taking place, about a thousand inhabitants remain, said the Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Iryna Vereshchuk. She called on civilians to evacuate the city, the Ukrinform news agency reported.
> Parliamentarians from over 40 countries participating in the Crimea Platform called at the Prague summit for the immediate and unconditional withdrawal of all Russian troops from Ukraine. They also supported further sanctions and maintaining international pressure Russia.
> In the Novosibirsk Oblast in Russia, two men who murdered a woman in 2019 were released and received heavy sentences. After the invasion of Ukraine, they joined the Wagner Group and went to the front, Radio Svoboda reported.
> The Security Service of Ukraine informed about “neutralizing” a group of agents Russian Federal Security Service, which “hunted” Abrams tanks near the city of Avdiivka in the Donetsk Oblast. The agents’ task was also to provide information on where Ukrainian troops were located in this area.
> On November 8, the European Commission is to present an assessment of Ukraine’s progress in seeking membership in the European Union, Reuters reports, citing sources in the Commission. This is a key step in the bloc’s decision to start accession talks with Kiev.
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