Russia and Turkey introduced Wednesday that Moscow is rejoining the Black Sea grain initiative, the U.N.-brokered deal to make sure secure passage of cargo ships to and from Black Sea ports.
In the meantime, President Volodymyr Zelensky pledged to do all the pieces in his energy to provide Ukrainians electrical energy and heating this winter, following a barrage of assaults on his nation’s power infrastructure that Western officers and analysts say is a deliberate Russian tactic to sap Ukrainians’ will to struggle — and survive — as temperatures plummet. Winter in Ukraine usually brings rain and snow, with temperatures dipping under freezing.
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Although U.S. officers analyzing the battle in Ukraine say it’s unlikely Moscow will launch nuclear motion, Washington doesn’t have many good choices on the subject of stopping Putin’s worst intentions, writes Karoun Demirjian.
Francesca Ebel contributed to this report.