Day 654 of the Invasion of Ukraine: Zelensky Calls on Ukrainians to Maintain Resilience in the Winter

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Day 654 of the invasion of Ukraine. Summary of key events in the last 24 hours:

  • Zelensky calls on Ukrainians to maintain their resilience in the winter
  • In Ukraine, 500 settlements are without electricity, energy consumption is at a record high
  • High-level meeting between the US, South Korea and Japan over Russia's cooperation with North Korea
  • A new world record: a 58-year-old sniper shot a Russian occupier from 3,800 meters
  • Russia accused the IOC of discrimination over the Paris Olympics


Zelensky calls on Ukrainians to maintain their resilience in the winter

In his evening address, President Volodymyr Zelensky urged Ukrainians to maintain their resilience amid expected Russian attacks on civilian infrastructure this winter, the Kyiv Independent reported. In his address, he thanked soldiers and commanders for their "endurance and bravery" as the coldest months of winter approach.

Officials have warned that Moscow will launch a record number of drones against Ukraine.

In late November, Kyiv fended off the largest attack since Russia launched its full-scale invasion in February 2022, shooting down 74 of 75 Russian drones on November 25. As Ukraine prepares for more attacks, international allies have also increased their support for Ukraine.

This week, the UK announced .8 million in additional funding to Ukraine's winter humanitarian aid package.

In Ukraine, 500 settlements are without electricity, energy consumption is at a record high

Ukraine's energy consumption hit a record high yesterday, increasing strain on the fragile energy...

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