Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 626 days. In Avdiivka, the Russians are still shelling apartment blocks, as well as the local coke chemical plant, which is in the hands of Ukrainian troops. Two people died under the rubble of a residential building, said Oleksandr Shtupun, spokesman for the Ukrainian troops. These are the most important events in the last hours of the war in Ukraine.
> Ukrainian pilots are training in the air on F-16 fighters, said Yuri Ihnat, spokesman for Ukrainian military aviation. He did not provide details; he only assured that the practical training was taking place “according to plan,” the RBK website reported Ukraine.
> Russian air defenses shot down two Ukrainian drones in the vicinity of Moscow and Smolensk, the Ministry of Defense reported on Telegram, quoted by Reuters. Russia.
> According to the intelligence center of the Estonian Defense Forces, this week the Russian military continued attacks with increased intensity and took the initiative in the Luhansk and Donetsk regions, the Ukrainska Pravda website reported.
> Russian forces carried out offensive operations on November 10 along the Kupyansk-Svatove-Kreminna line, near Bakhmut, near Avdiivka and west of the city of Donetsk, the Institute for War Studies reported. The American think tank added that Russian attacks were advanced in some areas in the western Zaporizhia Oblast.
> In Avdiivka, the Russians are still shelling apartment blocks, as well as the local coke chemical plant, which is in the hands of Ukrainian troops. Two people died under the rubble of a residential building, said Oleksandr Shtupun, spokesman for the Ukrainian troops.
> Ukrainian services detected illegal production in one of the clothing factories in the Zakarpattia Oblast: outfits for the Russian national ski team were made there, ordered by a Russian company. The owner of the plants is a citizen Italian – reported the Kyiv Post website.
> During the attack near occupied Crimea on Friday morning, We hit two fast Russian landing ships – a representative of the Ukrainian military intelligence (HUR) confirmed in an interview with the Kyiv Independent website.
> In the coming winter, it will be more difficult for Russia to damage Ukraine’s energy system, because the country’s anti-aircraft defense works better and the infrastructure itself is better protected, notes the American station CNN.
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