As the Russo-Ukrainian War enters its 25th day, we take a look at the key developments.
This is the situation as it is on Monday, November 7.
- Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has warned of possible further Russian attacks on his country’s energy infrastructure.
- Kyiv’s mayor has warned its residents that they must prepare for the worst this winter if Russia continues to batter the country’s energy infrastructure, meaning no electricity, water or heating in the bitter cold.
- The administration set up by Russia in Ukraine’s Kherson region said a number of settlements, including the city of Kherson, lost water and electricity supplies after what it described as an act of “sabotage”.
- US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan has held unannounced talks with senior Russian officials in hopes of reducing the risk of the war in Ukraine spilling over or escalating into a nuclear conflict, the Wall Street Journal reported.
- Russia’s Gazprom said on Monday it would ship 42.4 million cubic meters of gas to Europe via Ukraine, Reuters news agency reported.
- The database of the Moscow Arbitration Court showed that Russia’s largest bank, Sberbank, is suing global commodity company Glencore for about 117 million euros ($116 million) over unpaid oil supplies.
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