10 million Ukrainians lost power, Kyiv says. Evidence of ‘total sabotage’ found at Nord Stream blast site

A Kremlin spokesman said Kiev was “very, very volatile” when Kyiv was not meeting with West Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov, who attended a joint press conference between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko in Moscow, Russia, on February 18, 2022. It’s embarrassing,” he said. Sergey Guneev| Sputnik | Reuters Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said perhaps the key to peace talks between Moscow and Kiev may be Kyiv’s communication with its Western allies. “The leading, strengthening and reinforcing factor could be communication with the West,” Peskov said at a daily press briefing. Because the instructions coming from there are scrupulously carried out in Kyiv. “Peskov also confirmed that there are no plans for a summit between U.S. President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Currently, Putin and Russia have said they are open to peace talks, but Ukraine is adamantly opposed to talks until Russia completely withdraws from Ukrainian territory. The United States and Western countries, which have supported Ukraine with weapons, money and sanctions against Russia, have said they will not pressure Ukraine to hold peace talks, and Turkey has urged the West to encourage peace talks as a member of NATO. Stand by — Rocio FabbroRussia welcomes arms dealer BoutUS NBA basketball player Brittney Griner to US prisoner exchange: defendants behind bars before a court hearing in Khimki, outside Moscow, Aug. 4, 2022 About the verdict in Evgenia Novozhenina | AFP | Getty ImagesRussia traded convicted Russian arms trafficker Viktor Bout, known as the “merchant of death,” to the United States on Friday in an exchange that likely includes American basketball star Brittney Griner. Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov told Interfax that “the US is showing activity outside.” We are working professionally through special channels designed for this,” said Ryabkov. “Viktor Bout is one of those being discussed and we certainly expect a positive result.” Russian Foreign Ministry’s Americas and Armaments Controls Officer Ryabkov’s apparently optimistic comments contrast with previous statements from Moscow warning Washington not to attempt loudspeaker diplomacy over a prisoner exchange.- ReutersRussian November 14, 2022 Ukraine, Kherson recently recaptured by Ukrainian forces A Ukrainian soldier takes part in a flag-raising ceremony accused of killing seven civilians in Reuters Russian forces are said to have executed seven civilians in a house in Kherson region during the occupation of the area by Moscow forces. “According to preliminary data, Russian troops shot and killed seven civilians in a house during the occupation of a village in the Kherson region in April 2022,” the prosecutor’s office said in a statement posted on Telegram. The occupiers blew up the house along with the shooters,” he said. The investigation found that among the victims was a young girl and an employee of a company guarding an irrigation plant near the village. Violation of the laws of war and customs combined with willful murder, which is part of Ukraine’s Criminal Code. A pre-trial investigation into the possibility is ongoing. Earlier this week, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy occupied Ukraine since March, and Ukrainian investigators have already uncovered more than 400 Russian war crimes in the region. The Bank of Canada has issued five-year bonds worth CAD 500 million ($373 million), allowing Canadian citizens to directly help Ukraine. According to the bank, “Ukraine Called the “Ukraine Sovereignty Bond,” the financial instrument will be issued later this month and will be denominated in Canadian dollars. All. Canada has been a staunch supporter of providing military and financial aid to Ukraine. The government announced in April that it was looking into using seized Russian assets to help finance Ukraine’s reconstruction. — Natasha TurakSteven Mnuchin calls the G-7 Russian oil price cap ‘the most absurd idea I’ve ever heard’. Speaking to CNBC’s Hadley Gamble at the Milken Institute’s Middle East and Africa summit panel, former US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin called the G-7’s plan to cap Russian oil prices “ridiculous.” I think it’s the most outrageous idea I’ve ever heard,” he said. The effects before the war started, not after it started. Read the full story here—Jenni ReidDutch Government Recalls Russian Ambassador for Russian Reaction to MH17 Verdict Wrecked Cockpit of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 Final Report on Causes of Crash at Gilze Rijen Air Base, 13 October 2015 was presented to the press while presenting Emmanuel Dunand | AFP | Getty Images The Dutch government will recall the Russian ambassador to the Netherlands over its response to the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17, which killed all 298 people on board. Dutch Foreign Minister Wopke Hoekstra called the reaction “completely despicable” and out of touch with reality. “Russia itself is violating international law in every way. We respect the rule of law and have an independent judiciary,” Hoekstra said. — Natasha Turak Russian missile strikes have left 10 million Ukrainians out of power, Zelenskyy said. Almost plunged into darkness after a military attack. ike that partially shut down the power infrastructure in Kyiv on October 31, 2022. Sergey Supinski | AFP | Getty Images Russian missile strikes on vital energy infrastructure around Ukraine have left about 10 million people without power in Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. “More than 10 million Ukrainians are currently without electricity.” The regions of Kyiv, Odesa, Vinnytsia and Sumy were most severely affected. Kyiv has been urging Ukrainians for weeks to conserve their energy use as power plants around Kyiv operate at some of their normal capacity following the Russian attack. Engineers are working around the clock to repair power facilities that have been a key target for Russian airstrikes. The attack on the urban area follows humiliating losses for Moscow as Ukrainian forces launch a successful counteroffensive to recapture areas formerly under Russian occupation. — Natasha Turak The Nord Stream explosion was ‘total sabotage’. Gas leak from Nord Stream 2 seen from a Danish F-16 interceptor in Bornholm, Denmark, on September 27, 2022. Danish Defense/ | Anadolu Agency | Getty Images Swedish prosecutor Mats Ljungqvist, who is leading the investigation into the September explosion that damaged Germany’s Nord Stream pipeline, called the explosion “total sabotage” and said remains of the explosive were identified. During the crime scene investigation conducted at the scene, extensive seizures were made in the Baltic Sea and the area was carefully documented,” Ljungqvist said in a statement. “This incident is total sabotage,” read the statement heading. shows traces of explosives in several foreign objects found. Advanced analysis continues to allow firmer conclusions to be drawn. The statement added that “very complex and comprehensive” preliminary investigation work was ongoing. He did not name a potential suspect and said he could not provide further information at this time. — Last Press on Ukraine Crisis at APEC Diplomat Natasha Turak After ASEAN and G-20 Meetings, War in Ukraine Continues in Eastern Europe Two-Day APEC Summit The sidelines grew in the talks. The meeting of world leaders in Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, could be the last shot in the recent diplomatic effort to find an agreement to pave the way for peace talks in the region. Russia and Ukraine. APEC CEO Kasemsit Pathosak, Managing Director said, “How can we bring all the parties in the dispute to the table here and help them find a solution? We need to get to that point as quickly as possible.” According to CNBC, the group’s first face-to-face summit in four years will include Chinese President Xi Jinping, US Vice President Kamala Harris, Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Key stakeholders such as US President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will not attend.— Lee Ying Shan, Sri JegarajahU.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Milley and Swedish Joint Chiefs of Staff discuss joining NATO at the Pentagon. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Mark Milley at a news briefing after attending a Ukraine Defense Liaison Group virtual meeting at the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., November 16, 2022. Tom Brenner | Lee Byung-hun, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Reuters. Mark Milley met the Swedish side at the Pentagon. Milley discussed the NATO accession process and regional security issues with the Swedish Supreme Commander. Micael Bydén began formal NATO applications from Sweden and Finland in May. All 30 member states of the alliance must ratify the country’s accession to the group. In August, U.S. President Joe Biden signed ratification documents following a Senate 95-1 vote to join Finland and Sweden into NATO. — Amanda Macias Read previous live coverage on CNBC here:
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