Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine has been ongoing for 633 days. Ukrainian officials said Ukrainian forces have established bridgeheads on the eastern bank of the Dnieper River in the Kherson Oblast and are conducting ground operations aimed at pushing back Russian forces, the Institute for War Studies reported. These are the most important events in the last hours of the war in Ukraine.
> Ukrainian Marines announced that it had carried out a “series of successful operations” on the occupied eastern bank of the Dnieper in the Kherson Oblast. It also confirmed reports about the establishment of several bridgeheads on this section of the front. In Friday’s report, the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said that one of the main goals of the defense forces’ operations on the left bank of the Dnieper is “to push the Russians back as far as possible.”
> Ukrainian officials said that Ukrainian forces have established bridgeheads on the eastern bank of the Dnieper in the Kherson Oblast and are conducting ground operations aimed at pushing back Russian forces so that the western bank of the river is beyond the range of Russian artillery, the Institute for War Studies reported.
> The White House announced that it would organize a conference of government and industry representatives in December USA and Ukraine as part of talks on joint production of weapons Ukraine. This is part of the US efforts to increase the production of weapons for Kiev’s defense needs.
> The retired runner and trainer spied for the Russians – he ran from 10 to 50 km a day, photographing and filming strategic objects. The court sentenced him to 15 years of imprisonment, the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) reported on its website.
> Russia seeks to divide Ukrainian society and sow chaos in Ukraine, the president said Volodymyr Zelensky, quoted by Bloomberg. – The Russian disinformation plan is described as “Majdan 3” – added the leader.
> Already 151 ships have used the new, temporary corridor in the Black Sea created by the navy of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, said Ukrainian Deputy Minister of Infrastructure Yuri Vaskov, quoted by the Interfax-Ukraine agency.
> Chancellor Olaf Scholz did not agree to the delivery of Taurus long-range missiles to Ukraine. These missiles would help the Ukrainian military disrupt Russian supplies to Crimea. The opposition faction of the CDU/CSU Union continues to put pressure on the government on this matter by submitting a motion to the Bundestag, according to the website of the German newspaper “Tagesschau”.
> Cyprus can help representatives of the Russian elites subject to sanctions for supporting Russian aggression against Ukraine in money laundering – the American Institute for War Studies (ISW) reported in its latest analysis, citing the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
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