Breaking news of the day, November 10

The Ministry of Defense reported that the Russian Armed Forces are performing a maneuver on the left bank of the Dnieper according to plan

Russian Armed Forces in the Nikolaev-Krivoy Rog direction perform a maneuver to prepared positions on the left bank of the Dnieper River. It is being carried out in strict accordance with the plan, the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported on Thursday, November 10. In addition, the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to attack the Russian military in the Krasnolymansk direction. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation thwarted an attempted offensive by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The enemy lost up to 70 people. One infantry fighting vehicle and three pickup trucks were destroyed.

The Russian military liberated Pavlovka in the DPR by 90%

Acting head of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin said that Russian troops had almost completely liberated Pavlovka. “Almost 90%, one can already say now, has been cleaned up, freed from all this neo-Nazi evil spirits,” he said at the award ceremony for employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. According to Pushilin, the allied forces have already raised the Russian flag over the village. He stressed that the actions of the military, liberating the Donbass, “really deserve great respect,” notes RIA News.

Biden will call on colleagues at the G20 summit to speak out against Russian special operation in Ukraine

Assistant to the American leader for national security Jake Sullivan said that US President Joe Biden at the upcoming G20 summit intends to call on the leaders of other states to oppose Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. According to the official, the American side “will focus on a number of pressing issues for the global economy, especially for countries with developing and vulnerable economies, including energy security and the transition to clean energy, food security, debt relief for low- and middle-income states,” transmits TASS.

Lavrov to lead Russian delegation to G20 summit

Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation Sergey Lavrov will head the Russian delegation at the G20 summit, Alexander Tumaikin, press attaché at the Russian Embassy in Indonesia, said on Thursday. There is no information yet about who will be part of the Russian delegation. Neither the Kremlin nor the Russian Foreign Ministry gave any official comments on this matter. The G20 Leaders’ Summit will be held November 15-16 in Bali.

Russian Railways again appealed to the EU Council on the issue of lifting sanctions

Russian Railways has sent an appeal to the Council of the European Union on the need to consider the application for the lifting of sanctions as soon as possible and make an objective decision on it, Interfax reports. “More than 3 months have passed since the application was submitted to the EU Council, but it has not yet been considered. At the same time, the company has not been notified of the reasons for such a long delay in consideration. This may indicate the degree of neglect and indifference with which the EU Council treats to Russian citizens, informs company.

Kostroma deputy Mirzoev was arrested in connection with the fire in the cafe “Polygon”

Law enforcement detained a deputy Ikhtiyar Mirzoev of the Kostroma Regional Duma, who owns the burned-out Polygon club. He is currently under investigation. “Mirzoev was detained in a criminal case initiated under part 3 of article 219 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Violation of fire safety rules, resulting in the death of two or more persons through negligence,” the investigation said. It is known that Mirzoev changed the tenant of the building at the end of 2018 ( LLC “Polygon”) before the planned inspection of fire inspectors, which made it impossible.

Nord Stream received permission to examine the place of sabotage in the Baltic

Denmark gave permission to the company Nord Stream AG received permission conduct their own investigations into the terrorist attacks on the Nord Stream and Nord Stream 2 gas pipelines, Danish Radio reports on Thursday, November 10. This information was also confirmed by Pia Dahl Haygard, director of the Danish Geodata Agency. It is noted that both Sweden and Denmark had previously concluded that the pipelines had been blown up. However, they cannot name those who are behind the sabotage.

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