LIVE Day 260 of the war. Biden – Xi Jinping meeting ahead of G20 summit / US observes ‘beginnings’ of withdrawal of Russian forces from Kherson / Ukraine claims to have liberated last Russian-occupied towns in Nikolaev region / Ukrainian military took over 12 cities and reached 15 km from the city of Kherson

In his daily message to the Ukrainians, Volodymyr Zelensky said, after the announcement of the Russian withdrawal from Kherson, that “the enemy does not give us gifts” and that their army “does not give up”. The Ukrainian president also stressed that “the biggest confrontation is in Donetsk, a lot is decided there”: “We are moving very carefully, without emotions, without unnecessary risks,” Zelenskiy said, according to

The main events of Thursday, November 10:

No. 19:37 US President Joe Biden and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will meet on Monday ahead of the Group of 20 (G20) summit in Indonesia, a meeting that Biden and his advisers say will focus on setting expectations for the Chinese as the tensions continue to mount. issues such as Taiwan and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, reports The New York Times. Details here.

No 19:20 Germany pledged on Thursday to send additional military support to Ukraine, including three crucial IRIS-T SLM air defense systems and an IRIS-T missile, according to a statement released by the German government, quoted by CNN. Details here.

No 6:48 p.m. As Russian forces partially withdraw from the Kherson region, Ukrainian authorities in the nearby town of Nikolaev are hoping for respite from the persistent rocket attacks that have hit the town in recent months, CNN reports. Details here.

18:46 How Ukraine, “a country without a fleet”, destroyed the myth of the invincibility of the Russian Black Sea Fleet (BBC analysis)

No. 18:19 Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the Group of 20 (G20) summit in Bali and the Russian delegation will be led by Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Thursday, TASS reports. Details here.

No 17:33 US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said the US was watching the “beginning” of the withdrawal of Russian forces from Kherson, CNN reports. Details here.

No 17:31 The National Center of Ukrainian Resistance reported that Russian soldiers looted a church belonging to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in the occupied town of Enerhodar, taking seven Orthodox icons dating from the late 18th and early 19th centuries, reports Ukrainian daily Pravda. Details here.

17:27 EU announces that it will not recognize Russian passports issued in Ukrainian regions annexed by Russia

No 5:20 p.m. Satellite images taken last week show new trenches being dug near the town of Armiansk in northern Crimea, near the border with Ukraine’s Kherson region. Details here.

No. 17:11 Sergei Markov, a former close adviser to Putin, has said Vladimir Putin will not attend next week’s G20 summit in Indonesia because he fears he could be assassinated, Sky News reports. Details here.

No 17:04 The United States has observed Russian warships preparing for a possible test of a new nuclear-powered torpedo in recent weeks, a senior US official with direct knowledge told CNN. Details here.

16:54 Kyiv army commander: Ukrainian forces are advancing south and have retaken 12 settlements in the past 24 hours / Russia “had no choice but to retreat”

No 4:36 p.m. Ukrainian troops entered the formerly Russian-occupied town of Kyselivka in the Kherson region on Thursday, according to CNN’s geotagged social media video. Details here.

No. 15:11 NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said on Thursday that Russia was under intense pressure in Ukraine after Moscow ordered the withdrawal of its troops from the southern city of Kherson, Reuters reports. Details here.

No 14:10 The Russian Defense Ministry has announced that Russian forces are withdrawing from the Kherson region across the Dnieper, reports the BBC. Details here.

No 14:03 Russia’s Defense Ministry said its troops were preparing to withdraw from much of Ukraine’s occupied Kherson region, in a humiliating but unsurprising move, according to a CNN analysis. Details here.

13:25 Zelensky: Artillery supplied to Ukraine by the United States helped to “break” the Russian offensive / Russia suffered “10 times” more casualties than Ukraine

No. 13:14 The Ukrainian army has taken over Snihurivka, a town in the southern Nikolaev region on the main road leading to the Russian-occupied city of Kherson in neighboring Kherson region, CNN reports. Details here.

No 12:41 p.m. A senior adviser to the Ukrainian president said on Thursday that Russia wanted to make Kherson a “city of death” after Moscow ordered its troops to withdraw from the southern Ukrainian town, Reuters reports. Details here.

It’s not 12:30 p.m. The Russian Foreign Ministry said on Thursday it had summoned the Latvian ambassador to protest what it described as the demolition of Soviet-era monuments.

“A strong protest has been sent to the head of the Latvian diplomatic mission regarding Latvia’s current policy of state vandalism aimed at dismantling Soviet memorials,” the foreign ministry said.

In recent months, Latvia has removed statues and memorials, including the Monument to the Liberators of Soviet Latvia and Riga to the Fascist German Invaders, a 79-meter concrete obelisk that has stood in Riga since 1985.

It’s not 11:50 a.m. The American general estimates that around 100,000 Russian soldiers and 100,000 Ukrainian soldiers have been killed or injured in the war in Ukraine. General Mark Milley, chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, suggested around 40,000 civilians died after being caught up in the conflict.

The estimates are the highest offered so far by a Western official. He also said signs that Kyiv was willing to resume talks with Moscow offered “a window” for negotiations, the BBC reports.

No. 11:17 As significant as Moscow’s announcement is, there will be no Ukrainian tank convoys triumphantly entering Kherson unconfronted, reports BBC News.

“We don’t see any evidence that Russia is going down without a fight,” said Mykhailo Podolyak, adviser to the Ukrainian presidential office. His army also does not believe in the “withdrawal”, describing it as an attempt by the Kremlin to “keep up appearances”.

It’s not 10:30 a.m. Jersey police have admitted carrying out unlawful searches at premises suspected of being linked to Russian businessman Roman Abramovich and have agreed to pay damages and apologize, according to a legal document seen by Reuters, reports The Guardian.

It’s not 10:15 a.m. Vitaliy Kim, the governor of Nikolaev, posted on Telegram to say an air alert was in effect in the area, reports The Guardian.

No 09:56 Maksym Kozytskyi, the governor of Lviv, said on Telegram that last night passed quietly in the region, with only one airstrike alert for an attack that did not materialize, reports The Guardian.

No 09:20 Italy has not ruled out new measures to provide additional military support to Ukraine, but they are not on the table at the moment, its defense minister told daily Il Messaggero in an interview published by Reuters. Guido Crosetto also said he would reiterate Italy’s commitment to NATO and its support for Kyiv during a meeting in Rome with alliance chief Jens Stoltenberg later today, The Guardian reports. .

No 09:17 Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, the governor of Sumy, said that in his region “the night passed quietly, without enemy shelling”, reports The Guardian.

Not 09:00 PHOTO What remains of the car of Kirill Stremousov, the man of the Russians in Kherson, killed in a car accident, according to the Kremlin.

08:30 Why is the Russian withdrawal from Kherson so important and the link with energy prices in Europe: “Putin is not unstable, stupid or suicidal” (Washington Post analysis).

No 08:12 Oleksiy Arestovich, another senior presidential adviser, said Moscow’s intentions remained unclear. “They are withdrawing, but not as much as if it were a complete withdrawal or a regrouping,” he said in a video posted on Telegram on Wednesday evening, writes The Guardian.

No. 07:45 More than 100,000 Russian troops have been killed or injured since the start of the invasion of Ukraine, U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley said on Wednesday, adding that casualties were likely about the same on Ukraine. side, according to AFP, quoted by

No. 07:15 Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend the G20 summit in Bali next week, the Russian embassy told AFP on Thursday, reports.

No 07:00 The President of Ukraine said, in connection with the announcement of the withdrawal of the Russian army from part of Kherson, that “he is not giving up”, “he is fighting very carefully, without emotions, without unnecessary risks” to consolidate positions to the south.

  • “The biggest confrontation is now in the Donetsk region, it is very important, a lot of things are decided there. We are firm. We are not giving up anything,” President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said.

Not 06:30 Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu on Wednesday ordered Russian troops occupying Ukraine’s Kherson province to withdraw from the west bank of the Dnieper, following Ukrainian attacks near the province’s namesake capital, Reuters and AFP.

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