Zelenskyy Forewarns of Additional Russian Attacks in the Live Russia-Ukraine News

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy issues a warning that Russia is preparing new attacks on Ukraine and exhorts people to get ready for the coming week as there is still a lack of energy.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy issues a warning that Russia is preparing new attacks on Ukraine and exhorts people to get ready for the coming week as there is still a lack of energy.

The General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces claims that Kyiv's forces have successfully resisted Russian assaults in a number of locations, including Bakhmut and Avdiivka in the east.

Zelenskyy discusses defense with his Dutch colleague.

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy discussed defense cooperation and support for Ukraine with his Dutch counterpart.

"Discussed sustainable defense cooperation with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte," Zelenskyy tweeted. I'm glad to hear that support for Ukraine will only grow in the upcoming year. We also spoke about the implementation of my peace plan and Ukraine's move toward energy-efficient technologies.

Gazprom will maintain the gas-pump infrastructure for Nord Stream.

According to the Kommersant newspaper, Russia's Gazprom intends to maintain the gas pumping equipment at the compressor stations at Portovaya and Slavyanskaya that feed the Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pipelines.

Gazprom intends to keep the equipment at the stations and not shift it to alternative locations, according to Kommersant.

Gazprom Reportedly Declined to Comment on Kommersant's Allegation

The Nord Stream pipelines are not currently carrying any gas.

While Nord Stream 2 was never launched following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Nord Stream 1 was shut down for maintenance on August 31 and was never reopened.

Then, in what European officials have referred to as an act of sabotage, both lines were damaged.

Russian and US nuclear negotiations are postponed

The United States and Russia's scheduled nuclear disarmament talks for this week in Cairo have been postponed, the Russian foreign ministry responded to an inquiry on Monday.

From November 29 to December 6, representatives from the two nations were scheduled to meet in the Egyptian capital to talk about restarting inspections under the New START nuclear weapons reduction deal.

Chemical weapons threat grows as a result of the Ukraine war: watchdog

According to the director of the global organization that monitors toxic weapons, Russia's invasion of Ukraine has raised the threat of weapons of mass destruction, notably chemical munitions.

At the regulator's annual conference, Fernando Arias, the head of the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, stated that his organization is constantly monitoring the situation in Ukraine.

At the meeting in The Hague, Arias stated that "the situation in Ukraine has again enhanced the serious threat posed by weapons of mass destruction, particularly chemical weapons."

"It has exacerbated existing tensions to a degree where it is no longer possible to assume that the international community will act in unison on common global concerns relating to international security and peace."

His Nobel Peace Prize-winning organization and other international disarmament organizations "today have become venues for confrontation and debate," Arias said.

Russia summons the ambassador of Norway

The Norwegian ambassador has been called, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry, over what it claims is the politically motivated detention of Russian citizens for allegedly deploying drones unlawfully.

According to a statement from the ministry, "it was recognized that the penalties against the Russians were politically motivated and had nothing to do with the norms of fair and impartial justice."

As Norway beefs up security in response to alleged sabotage on the two Nord Stream gas pipelines beneath the Baltic Sea, several Russian citizens have reportedly been detained by Norwegian authorities for using drones close to the two nations' shared Arctic border or taking pictures of secure locations.

In Dnipro, more than 100 Ukrainian soldiers were killed: Russia

In its daily briefing, Russia's Ministry of Defense (MoD) reports that recent combat claimed the lives of over 100 Ukrainian service members.

"Eight armored vehicles and five vehicles were damaged in Dnipro while loading onto train transport," according to the report. Additionally, the statement stated that "more than 100 Ukrainian personnel perished."

It further stated that seven Ukrainian unmanned aerial vehicles were destroyed by Russian air defense systems in the Kherson, Luhansk, and Donetsk areas.

Baltic and Nordic foreign ministers are in Kiev

To assist Ukraine as it battles power outages brought on by Russian attacks on its energy infrastructure, seven foreign ministers from Baltic and Nordic nations came to Kyiv.

The Estonian, Finnish, Icelandic, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, and Swedish ministers of foreign affairs are currently in Kyiv in full solidarity with Ukraine, according to a tweet from Lithuania's foreign minister Gabrielius Landsbergis. Ukraine will triumph despite Russia's bombing campaigns and inhumane savagery!

Ukraine's energy output is still 27 percent short

According to Ukrenergo, a provider of energy in Ukraine, production is still 27 percent short as a result of Russian attacks on energy infrastructure.

In Kherson, a city in southern Ukraine that was recovered earlier this month, 17 percent of the population now has access to electricity.

The latest Russian attacks, according to the presidential office of Ukraine, resulted in at least four civilian deaths and 11 further injuries. The office also noted that fierce fighting is still going on along the front line in the east, with the Russians shelling Bakhmut and Toretsk.

Several of the basements where people are taking refuge are flooded, according to Donetsk Governor Pavlo Kyrylenko. "They have been without heat or electricity for a long time,"

Source: Aljazeera

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