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Results of November 30: Sabotage in the Russian Federation and searches of the UOC’s Lavra

The SBU carried out an explosion on a major logistics railway in Russia; Security forces conducted searches at the Pochaev Lavra. Athletistic highlights yesterday’s key events.

The SBU carried out an explosion on a railway in Russia – media

The SBU allegedly blew up a strategic railway connecting Russia and China. This was reported by Ukrainskaya Pravda with reference to a source in law enforcement agencies. An explosion occurred last night on the Baikal-Amur Mainline in the Severnomoisky tunnel named. Bessolovo, located in Buryatia. “This is in fact the only serious railway communication route between Russia and China. And now this route, which is used by the aggressor country, including for military supplies, is paralyzed,” the publication wrote. A video of the fire from the explosion site also emerged. According to unconfirmed reports, a train was burning there, pulling 41 tanks of gasoline, three tanks of aviation fuel and six wagons of ferrous metal.

Searches took place at the Pochaev Lavra

The Security Service of Ukraine arrived with searches at the Pochaev Lavra in the Ternopil region. According to the investigation, representatives of the Pochaev Lavra published a publication on the monastery’s website in which they insulted the national honor and dignity of the Jews, and also incited religious hatred against representatives of all churches except at UOC. In addition, in this message, UOC-MP clerics questioned the existence of Ukraine as a sovereign state separate from Russia, the message said. The SBU initiated an analysis, which confirmed the presence in the text of the online publication of statements inciting ethnic hatred and hatred.

Former US Secretary of State Kissinger has died – media

Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has died at the age of 100. The politician’s death was reported by a consulting firm; the reason was not given. Kissinger led American diplomacy from 1973 to 1977. Previously, he was the National Security Advisor to the President of the United States. Known for his controversial statements about Ukraine.

The European Union has agreed to 50 billion euros for Ukraine

EU countries have agreed to the European Commission’s proposal to support Ukraine with loans and grants worth 50 billion euros over the next four years. EU governments are said to be negotiating a review of the bloc’s long-term budget after the Commission proposed that member states allocate additional funds to the general budget, much of it for Ukraine. Hungary reiterated that it is against the accession of Ukraine to the EU and an increase in the general budget of the European Union, 50 billion euros of which should go to financial support for Kyiv.

Founded when it was ordered to shoot Maidan

Former President Viktor Yanukovych ordered then Minister of Internal Affairs Vitaly Zakharchenko to use guns against Euromaidan participants around 7 am on February 20, 2014. Denis Ivanov, the prosecutor for the Maidan cases , spoke about it. According to him, during the period from February 18 to 20, when active security measures were taken to expel the protesters from the central part of Kiev, there were many telephone connections of the government and telephone communications between the president and the heads of law enforcement agencies.

Zelensky visited soldiers of the Ukrainian Armed Forces near Kupyansk

President Vladimir Zelensky arrived at the direction of Kupyansky in the Kharkov region and visited the forward command post. He met with the military defending the eastern region of Ukraine. Zelensky also met with soldiers defending the Kharkov region. The President gave awards to the defenders.

Lavrov was boycotted by the OSCE

North Macedonia is hosting the first OSCE summit since the beginning of the full-scale invasion of the Russian Federation with the participation of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. Several officials left the OSCE meeting as Lavrov spoke. And some countries, in particular Ukraine, as well as the Baltic countries and Poland, completely boycotted the meeting. At an OSCE Ministerial Council meeting, EU member states and nine other states condemned Russia’s aggression against Ukraine, Moldova and Georgia.

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