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The Russian-Ukrainian War at a Glance: What We Know on Day 602 of the Invasion | World News


  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy confirmed that kyiv used long-range tactical missile systems (Atacms) supplied by the United States.. “Today, a special thank you to the United States. Our agreements with President Biden are being implemented. Very precisely, the Atacms missiles have proven themselves,” he declared. This is Ukraine’s first officially confirmed use of Atacms, which can travel up to 190 miles.

  • Ukrainian forces struck airfields in Russian-controlled territories in eastern and southern Ukraine overnight, destroy helicopters, knock out an air defense missile launcher and damage runways, the kyiv army said. The military said its forces carried out “well-targeted strikes on enemy airfields” near the eastern city of Luhansk and the southern city of Berdyansk. It is believed that Atacms were used.

  • A telecommunications cable connecting Sweden and Estonia was damaged, Sweden’s civil defense minister said. Carl-Oskar Bohlin said it appeared to have happened at the same time that an undersea gas pipeline and telecommunications cable linking Finland and Estonia were damaged on October 8.

  • The Chinese president, Xi Jinping welcomed his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Beijing, which is set to host representatives from 130 countries for a forum on Xi’s Belt and Road Initiative.

  • Lower house of Russian parliament reportedly gives preliminary approval to bill revoke the ratification of a global nuclear test ban treaty.

  • The destruction of the Kakhovka dam in southeastern Ukraine in June caused $14 billion in damage and lossesaccording to a report from the Ukrainian government and the UN.

  • Grant Shapps, the British Defense Secretary, is due to travel to the United States on Tuesday for urgent discussions on the subject. conflicts in the Middle East and Ukraine.

  • Canada targets nine individuals and six television channels new sanctions against Russian collaborators in Moldova. Those targeted are associated with influential oligarchs, such as Vladimir Plahotniuc and Ilan Mironovich Shor, while television channels promote and broadcast Russian disinformation, the Canadian Foreign Ministry said.

  • U.S., South Korean and Japanese officials met in Jakarta to discuss North Korea’s engagement with Russia, including arms transfers violating UN Security Council resolutions.

  • A a convoy of British ambulances arrived in Lviv in western Ukraine and will be delivered to frontline hospitals. Five vehicles donated by the charity Medical Life Lines Ukraine are being sent to the southern city of Kherson – which is under intense Russian attacks – as well as the towns of Kupiansk and Vorozhba in the war-torn northeast of the country . Since last year’s large-scale invasion, the group has donated 43 vehicles.

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