Ukraine Invasion Day 267: EU Claims Russia Responsible for Polish Missiles –

Here are the highlights of the war-related events Ukraine Last 24 hours:

Fierce Battle in the East Ukraine After the Russian withdrawal from Kherson

Ukraine He said Russian troops were facing heavy fighting in the east after they withdrew from the southern city of Kherson.

On the other hand, with NATO Poland the missile that crashed Poland probably deflected after being fired Ukraineair defense.

NATO ambassadors held emergency talks in response to the explosion of a Soviet-made missile that killed two Polish citizens near the Ukrainian border.

Polish President Andrzej Duda said it was an isolated incident and that there was no immediate threat to Polish citizens. He said the S-300 missiles are old, manufactured in the Soviet Union, and most likely fired by Ukrainian air defense systems.But NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said the responsibility was Russiastarted a war with Ukraineled to this situation.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has called on allies in Kyiv to share “all data” on missiles that landed in Ukraine. Poland:

Ukraine’s position is very transparent. We strive to establish every detail, every fact. That is why experts should participate in the work of international investigations and have access to all data and explosion locations available to partners.Our entire information is fully accessible and we have been keeping our partners informed since the night from the first hours when the world started to understand what happened

Zelensky closed his evening video address with a minute’s silence to remember the victims of the 2015 war. Ukraine And that of the incident in Poland. Yesterday, the Ukrainian president, citing a military report in his possession, said there was no doubt that the missiles were of Russian origin.

RussiaThe Ministry of Foreign Affairs said,chaos“The suspicion of Russian involvement”Part of the Western organized anti-Russian campaign“.The missile incident happened after Russia Dozens of shots fired missile in the city of Ukraine It targeted power grids and caused blackouts for millions of people. According to Kyiv, it was the heaviest attack since his nine-month war began. Heavy fighting was also reported in the eastern Donetsk region. Ukrainian forces repulsed attacks on Avdeevka and Bilohorovka.

Poland: Access to the blast site remains restricted

A team from Bulgarian State Television is right in the village of Przewodov, where the rocket crash happened. In a small border village on the Polish-Ukrainian border, a Russian-made rocket exploded in an abandoned farm building around 5 p.m. Died.

A large number of police units are deployed at the scene. There are also Polish and NATO investigators investigating exactly what happened. Since then it has been continuously bombed by Russian forces.

Late last night Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki reiterated that this was an isolated incident and not a targeted and deliberate attack. Polandthat NATO allies have stepped up air patrols across the country, Poland It itself had prepared some of its forces and monitored the airspace near the border.

President Andrzej Duda reassured Poles and urged them not to give in to fake news and manipulation. After holding several security meetings, the Polish government announced that the missile detonating from the Ukrainian air defense system was an isolated incident and cannot be considered a repeat incident in the future.

Locals are shocked by what happened. They tell how they heard the flight and explosion of a rocket that dug a huge crater. Polish and American experts are investigating the case. Ukraine has requested access to the study, but it is currently unknown if it will be granted.

held by the EU Russia in charge of missile of Poland

European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell denounced Russia for “Tragicmissile incident in Polandcalling the attack a grave violation of international law, the Anadolu Agency reported.

This tragic incident is the result of another massive missile attack on a Ukrainian city. Russia yesterday targeted civilians and civilian infrastructuresaid Josep Borrell.

These attacks are serious violations of international law.”

Russia It continues to spread disinformation about the unjust and unprovoked war it is waging against Ukraine.We will continue to expose Russia Because of its information manipulation and interferenceadded Borrell.

The EU Ukraineinherent right of independence, sovereignty, territorial integrity and self-defense against Russian aggression,” He said.

Europe will continue to deliverstrongpolitical, military, humanitarian and financial assistance to Ukraineas long as necessary‘, Borrell assured.

He also expressed solidarity with Poland and condolences to the Polish people.

Fully support the EU PolandWe will be in close contact with our partners regarding our on-site fact-finding investigations and next steps.,” He said.

Expulsion of Russian spies hits Moscow hard

With the expulsion of more than 400 suspected Russian spies from across Europe this year, theThe Most Important Strategic Strike“It took Vladimir Putin to surprise Vladimir Putin by going to Moscow in recent history,” said Ken McCallum, head of the National Security Agency (MI5).

He said a huge number of Russian officials, including more than 600 from Europe, had been expelled from around the world, with more than 400 of them identified as spies, Reuters reported.

Thus delivered the most significant strategic blow to Russian intelligence in recent European history‘ said McCallum.

And with a wave of coordinated sanctions, the scale surprised Putin.”

He said after the 2018 poisoning of Sergei Skripal and his daughter Julia in Salisbury, southern England, the UK responded according to the pattern it had set.

McCallum announced that the UK has since rejected more than 100 Russian diplomatic visa applications on national security grounds.

Britain must prepare for Russian aggression in coming years,” He said.

Rothstat: Russia going into recession

RussiaGross domestic product contracted by 4% in the third quarter, according to provisional estimates from the National Statistics Office Rosstat.

According to official data, Russia The United States is in recession as Western sanctions weigh heavily on the economy, AFP reported.

As this follows a similarly sized decline in the second quarter, Russia It now meets the technical definition of a recession with two consecutive quarters of falling GDP.

However, the 4% drop in economic output from July to September was smaller than the 4.5% contraction many analysts had expected.

The contraction was driven by a 22.6% decline in wholesale trade and a 9.1% decline in retail trade.

At the same time, construction increased by 6.7% and agriculture by 6.2%.

Western sanctions restrict imports and exports, including key manufacturing parts and spare parts.

Businesses are also suffering from labor shortages as partial mobilization has taken hundreds of thousands out of the workforce.

Despite the shrinking economy RussiaAccording to Rosstat, the unemployment rate was 3.9% in September.

As such, the Russian economy is becoming more and more dependent on energy exports, which account for about 40% of federal government revenue.

The situation continues to deteriorate, which is not surprising” said Dmitry Polevoy, investment director at Locko Invest in Moscow.

UN: Expiration date of Black Sea Agreement on Ukraine grain exports extended

According to Reuters, the UN secretary general announced on Thursday that he welcomed the agreement between all parties to extend the Black Sea Grain Agreement to facilitate the export of Ukrainian agricultural products from Ukraine’s southern Black Sea ports.

I welcome the agreement by all parties to continue the Black Sea Grains Initiative and facilitate the safe transportation of grain, food and fertilizer exports from Africa. Ukrainesaid UN Secretary-General António Guterres.

He also said that the United NationsDo everything possible to remove remaining obstacles to the export of food and fertilizers from the Russian Federation”is part of a deal that Moscow sees as key.

Reuters sources said the contract renewal does not include exports of Russian ammonia by pipeline to Black Sea ports.

Black Sea Initiative for grain exports from Ukraine Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure, Oleksandr Kublakov, has announced that it will be extended for another 120 days.

Officially communicated to partners the proposal to extend the initiative for one year and include the port of Mykolaiv.He thanked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, Turkish President Recep Erdogan, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar and UN Secretary-General António Guterres for their contributions to the agreement extension, he tweeted. wrote.

Russia When Ukraine In July, it signed a contract to export Ukrainian grain via the Black Sea. in the meantime, Russia Temporarily waived contract and sued Ukraine Attack a ship using a grain exporter. Moscow eventually returned to the deal after Kyiv fulfilled some terms.

Kristalina Georgieva: The war in Ukraine the most important negative factor for the global economy

war in Ukraine is the single most important negative for the global economy this year and most likely to be the same in 2023. This is what Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) told CNN.

Of course, anything that causes more anxiety undermines growth prospects and serving the needs and aspirations of people everywhere.‘ said the director-general of the World Organization in response to an incident in which a missile landed on Polish territory earlier this week, killing two people.

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