A barrage of Russian missiles hit hydroelectric power plants and other critical energy and water infrastructure across Ukraine. Russia said it hit military and energy infrastructure targets, while Ukraine said no military installations were targeted.
Most of Kyiv was left without power and water. The mayor of the Ukrainian capital said 40 percent of residents had no water and 270,000 apartments had no electricity as of Monday night.
Twelve grain export ships have left Ukraine despite Russia’s decision to withdraw from the Black Sea grain deal. The Ukrainian Minister of Infrastructure said: The United Nations also confirmed that the first of 40 scheduled ship inspections has been completed in Istanbul waters.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says the strike and decision to withdraw from the Black Sea grain deal Drone attack on Moscow fleet in Crimea He blamed Ukraine. At a press conference on Monday, Putin said the Ukrainian drones used the same sea routes transited by grain ships under a UN-brokered agreement.
Moscow has called the movement of ships through the Black Sea security corridor “unacceptable”. In a statement, the Russian Defense Ministry said it wanted Ukraine to “promise” not to use the Black Sea grain corridor for military purposes, and until then “to ensure the security of all objects in the region.” There is no question,” he added.
united nations It disputed Moscow’s allegations that a civilian cargo ship carrying Ukrainian grain may have been involved in the drone strike against Russia. United Nations aid chief Martin Griffiths said there were no such ships in the designated “safe zone” corridor in the Black Sea at the time Russia said the attack had taken place.
France is working Allow Ukrainian food exports to pass overland routes not the Black Sea.
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Norway raises military alert level To strengthen its response to the war in Ukraine, Prime Minister Jonas Gar Stoor said no direct threat of aggression from Russia was detected.
Afghan special forces soldiers are being recruited by the Russian army Three former Afghan generals told the Associated Press to fight in Ukraine. They said the Russians wanted to attract thousands of former elite Afghan special forces to the “Foreign Legion” with an offer of $1,500 a month and the promise of a safe haven for themselves and their families. rice field.
Also on Monday, the Russian Defense Ministry said: Moscow completes partial military mobilization announced by Putin in September and no further convocation notices will be issued.
A 40% cut in Russia’s natural gas supply is hitting Moldova’s ability to provide enough electricity for 2.5 million people. said the deputy prime minister of the small ex-Soviet state.