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648 Day the Russia-Ukraine War Conflict Updates

Here is the situation on FRIDAY DECEMBER 3, 2023. (648 Day)

According to the UK’s Ministry of Defense, Russian authorities are trying to suppress dissent among the wives of soldiers deployed in Ukraine. The ministry’s daily intelligence briefing indicates that some are receiving payments, while others are facing online discrediting.

In the eastern town of Chasiv Yar, Russian shelling on Saturday resulted in the death of one civilian and the destruction of two houses, as reported by Ukraine’s interior ministry. Chasiv Yar is located less than 5km west of the frontline city of Bakhmut, which Russia claimed to have captured in May after a prolonged assault.

On Friday, Ukrainian border guards prevented former president Petro Poroshenko from leaving the country. The reason cited by Kyiv’s security services was his planned meeting with the Hungarian prime minister, Viktor Orbán. The Ukrainian SBU security services turned back Poroshenko due to concerns about Orban’s pro-Russian stance, given that he is an EU leader criticized by Kyiv.

Ukraine is seeing increased strength over the past year and is on track to reopen Kyiv’s international airport, as stated by Andriy Yermak, chief of staff to President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

Ukrainian-controlled territory

The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, under Russian occupation, faced a disruption in its power supply after the last remaining line from Ukrainian-controlled territory was damaged. However, Ukraine’s energy ministry reported that it has since been repaired.

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Participants at the OSCE Conference have accused Moscow of undermining the Vienna-based organization. Latvia’s representative, Katrina Kaktina, accused Russia of obstructing the OSCE agenda and committing war crimes in Ukraine.

Ukraine's sports ministry

Ukraine’s sports ministry is working on plans to allow spectators to attend sports stadiums. They are developing a system that will enable fans to attend games, which have been off-limits to the public since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022.

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