Ukraine's ‘invincibility centres’ as fighting rages in Donetsk: Top updates

Published on Nov 23, 2022 10:49 AM IST

Russia-Ukraine War: The head of Ukraine's national power grid operator said the damage by Russian missile attacks was "colossal".

Russia-Ukraine War: Ukrainian servicemen fire a mortar on a front line, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Donetsk region.(Reuters)
Russia-Ukraine War: Ukrainian servicemen fire a mortar on a front line, as Russia's attack on Ukraine continues, in Donetsk region.(Reuters)

Ukraine's government promised to create shelters to provide heat and water and encouraged citizens to conserve energy as a harsh winter loomed amid relentless Russian strikes. The head of Ukraine's national power grid operator said the damage by Russian missile attacks was "colossal". Special "invincibility centres" will be set up around Ukraine to provide electricity, heat, water, internet, mobile phone connections and pharmacy service, free of charge and around the clock, Ukraine's president Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Here are top updates on Russia-Ukraine war:

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1. The Kremlin said that there has been no substantive progress towards creating a security zone around Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

2. The UN atomic watchdog said that there were no immediate nuclear safety or security concerns at the Russian-held reactor complex.

3. Fighting continued to rage in the east, where Russia has sent some of the forces it moved following its withdrawal from around the city of Kherson in the south.

4. Moscow is pressing an offensive of its own along a stretch of frontline west of the city of Donetsk.

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5. "The enemy does not stop shelling the positions of our troops and settlements near the contact line (in the Donetsk region)," the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces said.

6. Russian shelling hit a humanitarian aid distribution centre in Orihiv, a town in southeastern Ukraine, the regional governor said.

7. Chancellor Olaf Scholz said Germany must be ready for the situation in Ukraine to escalate.

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