The UK Ministry of Defence says in its latest update that Russia is “likely” facing more acute logistical challenges as a result of the Kerch bridge bombing on 8 October. “A large queue of waiting cargo trucks remains backed up near the crossing,” the ministry reports.
The mayor of Moscow, Sergei Sobyanin, has said the partial mobilisation will be completed in Russia’s capital from 2pm on Monday.
The operator of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) has said it has again been disconnected from external power supply as a result of Russian shelling.
European Union foreign ministers are expected to agree on a mission to train 15,000 Ukrainian troops from next month and an extra €500m-worth of funding for arms deliveries to Kyiv when they meet in Luxembourg.