Monday, November 14. Russia’s War On Ukraine: Daily News And Information From Ukraine – Forbes

A Kherson resident kisses a Ukrainian soldier in central Kherson, Ukraine, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2022. … [+] The Russian retreat from Kherson marked a triumphant milestone in Ukraine’s pushback against Moscow’s invasion almost nine months ago. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
Dispatches from Ukraine. Day 264.
As Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues and the war rages on, reliable sources of information are critical. Forbes gathers information and provides updates on the situation.
By Polina Rasskazova
President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy, visited the recently liberated city Kherson, celebrated with residents and held a meeting on stabilization measures in the de-occupied territories. Though the the Russian Army was still located nearby, Zelenskyy said that it is important for him to be in Kherson: to support the people and take part in the raising of the Ukrainian flag. The President emphasized that today Ukraine is paying a high price for victories at the front. “No one gives anything away so easily. The price of this war is high. People were wounded, a large number of people died. Therefore (Russian troops – ed.) retreated or fled — we believe that they fled because our army surrounded the enemy, and they were in danger. There were fierce battles, and the result is that today we are in the Kherson region,” said Zelenskyy.
In this photo provided by the Ukrainian Presidential Press Office and posted on Facebook, Ukrainian … [+] President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, center right, awards a serviceman during his visit to Kherson, Ukraine, Monday, Nov. 14, 2022. Ukraine’s retaking of Kherson was a significant setback for the Kremlin and it came some six weeks after Russian President Vladimir Putin annexed the Kherson region and three other provinces in southern and eastern Ukraine — in breach of international law — and declared them Russian territory. (Ukrainian Presidential Press Office via AP)
179 settlements on the right bank of the Dnieper River have been de-occupied since the beginning of the week, reports Operational Command “South” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to the report of the command, 179 settlements were liberated on more than 4,500 square kilometers. In the liberated settlements and in the territories of Mykolaiv and Kherson regions, units of the Defense Forces are carrying out stabilization measures, including de-mining. “The enemy does not stop shelling the positions of our units and territorial communities close to the contact line, and conducts aerial reconnaissance,” according to Ukraine’s Operational Command “South”. It also continues to strike critical infrastructure, civilian objects, and the territories of rear regions.”
The U.S. Department of the Treasury is introducing sanctions against a transnational network of individuals and companies that help the Russian Federation purchase military technology for the war against Ukraine. Sanctions applied to 14 individuals and 28 entities and identified eight aircraft as blocked property. “The United States will continue to expose and disrupt the Kremlin’s military supply chains and deny Russia the equipment and technology it needs to wage its illegal war against Ukraine,” said Treasury Secretary Janet L. Yellen said.
Sumy Region. The Russian Army struck critical infrastructure within the region with artillery artillery attacks. According to Dmytro Zhyvytskyi, the head of the Sumy Regional Military Administration, there were 19 explosions in the Sumy territory. As a result of the attack, 3 workers were injured by shrapnel and are currently receiving hospital care.
Today, the Seredino-Budsk community of the Sumy region was also hit by rocket fire. “Russian troops directed 8 rockets at the civilian population. They dropped explosives from a helicopter,” reported Zhyvytskyi. He added that two local houses and a hardware store were damaged.
Kharkiv Region. On November 13, the Russian military fired seven S-300 type missiles at a settlement in the Kupyansk district. According to the Regional Emergency Medical Center, a 48-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman were hospitalized with injuries. As a result of the attack, the Cultural Center, shops, trade pavilions, a post office building, an educational institution and two residential four-story buildings were damaged.
Kharkiv. According to Oleh Synyehubov, the head of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration, on November 13 at around 10:40 p.m., Russian forces attacked one of the Kharkiv districts with three S-300 missiles. As a result of the attack, an industrial facility was damaged.


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