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Russia-Ukraine War: List of Key Events, Day 286

As the Russia-Ukraine war enters its 286th day, we take a look at the main events.

Here is the situation as it is on Tuesday, December 6:


  • A third Russian airfield is on fire from a drone strike, a day after Ukraine demonstrated an apparent new ability to penetrate hundreds of kilometers into Russian airspace with strikes on two Russian airbases.
  • A drone struck an airfield in Russia’s Kursk region, bordering Ukraine, setting an oil storage tank on fire.
  • Russia said three of its military personnel were killed in what it said were Ukrainian drone strikes on two Russian airbases hundreds of kilometers from the front line in Ukraine. Kyiv did not directly claim responsibility.
  • Ukraine’s military intelligence chief said Russia had enough high-precision missiles to carry out several major airstrikes in Ukraine before they ran out.
  • Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu said Ukraine was continuing to shell the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, deliberately creating the threat of a possible nuclear disaster. Ukraine denies shelling the Russian-controlled facility.
  • Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy visited troops near the front lines in the eastern Donbas region to mark the country’s Armed Forces Day.
  • Russia and Ukraine said they exchanged 60 prisoners of war from each side in the latest in a series of such exchanges.
  • Opposition representatives from five Russian regional councils have sent appeals urging President Vladimir Putin to issue a decree to end the partial military mobilization he announced in September to boost Moscow’s invasion force in Ukraine.


  • About half of the region surrounding the Ukrainian capital will remain without power for the next few days after the latest Russian missile attacks on power facilities.
  • Ukraine aims to significantly reduce the power deficit caused by the Russian incursions by Tuesday night, Energy Minister German Galushchenko said.
  • The Biden administration is convening a virtual meeting Thursday with oil and gas executives to discuss how the United States can support Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.
  • A letter provided by Russian insurer Ingosstrakh allowed the first tanker to sail Turkish waters in recent days after Turkish authorities imposed stricter regulations.
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  • Hungary vetoed a $19 billion loan to Ukraine from the European Union.
  • The European Commission is considering banning new investment in Russia’s mining sector as part of sanctions aimed at eroding the Kremlin’s ability to finance its war.
  • Russia said it could agree with the United States on the need for a lasting peace in Ukraine, but played down the possibility of negotiations until it achieves the goals of its “special military operation.”

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