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Russo-Ukrainian War: List of key events, day 256

Here is the situation as it stands on Sunday, November 6.


  • Iran first confirmed that it sold drones to Russia, but said this happened “months” before the start of the war in Ukraine, where Russia used them to attack power plants and civilian infrastructure.
  • External power has been restored to Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant two days after it was disconnected from the power grid because shelling damaged high-voltage lines.
  • Ukraine’s grid operator, the target of Russian airstrikes in recent weeks, said it would intensify blackouts in the capital Kyiv and seven Ukrainian regions in response to what it said was higher electricity consumption.
  • Ukrainian assailants shot and seriously wounded judge Alexander Nikulin in a Russian-controlled region of eastern Ukraine. He had sentenced two Britons and a Moroccan to death in June.


  • The administration of US President Joe Biden is privately encouraging Ukraine’s leaders to signal an opening to negotiate with Russia and drop their public refusal to engage in peace talks unless President Vladimir Putin is removed from office. power, The Washington Post reported. The White House National Security Council did not comment on the accuracy of the report.
  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Russia of wanting to “freeze” Ukraine into submission, as Moscow’s campaign against its power grid had left some 4.5 million people without power. electricity.
  • German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, criticized for a trip to Beijing with German chief executives, said his joint statement with Chinese President Xi Jinping opposing the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine had been reason enough for the visit.
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  • Georgia is on track to become one of the world’s fastest growing economies this year following a dramatic influx of more than 100,000 Russians since Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine and Putin’s mobilization campaign to recruit recruits for the war.INTERACTIVE - WHO CONTROLS WHAT IN UKRAINE 254

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