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Russia-Ukrainian War: Economy Affected, US Persuades Zelesnky to Make Peace with Russia and Ukrainian Power Plant Will Be In Russia's Throbbing

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Over the economic pattern in the midst of war, the United States wooed Ukraine into wanting to have peace talks with Russia.

The U.S. desire for talks between Ukraine and Russia exists over concerns about the impact on the economy of the ongoing war in the neighboring European nation.

As found if the Russia versus Ukraine war has been running since the end of February 2022 yesterday.

The war between Russia and Ukraine, which has been running for more than 250 days, is not over.

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Reporting from The Guardian on Monday (7/11/2022), US officials are said to have reminded the Ukrainian government individually if they need to provide a signal of transparency to transact with Russia.

Some top brass in Washington have warned that Ukraine's "fatigue" between allies could be worse if Kyiv continues to be closed to talks, the Washington Post reports.

Some top U.S. officials explained to the media that Ukraine's status in talks with Russia was declining between allies anxious about the economic fallout from a long-running war.

But Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made it clear that his faction is ready for talks with Russia only if his troops abandon all sides of Ukraine.

Zelensky's wishes include also Crimea and the eastern region of Donbas, which Russia has de facto ruled since 2014.

Zelensky said his faction is ready to trade if some Russians who have committed crimes in Ukraine face trial.

In addition, Zelensky said that he did not hold talks with the current Russian leadership.

Last month, Zelensky signed a decree deciding that Ukraine would only deal with the figure of the Russian President who replaced Vladimir Putin.

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In that regard, the U.S. has so far contributed $18.9 billion and is ready to give more, explaining that it will provide Ukrainian support as long as needed.

But according to top U.S. officials, allies on a number of sides of Europe, Africa and Latin America, are saddened by the turmoil caused by the war on energy and food prices and supply chains.

"Ukraine's tiredness is a real thing for some of our partners," said a top U.S. official.

Some U.S. officials have asked Kyiv to signal its openness to transact rather than move Ukraine towards the talking table with its intentions.

But to maintain support from relevant allies, according to the Post.

For some of Ukraine's top brass, the U.S. desire has the meaning of denying some time-old rhetoric regarding the importance of a decisive military defeat challenging Russia to secure Ukraine's security over a long period.

It's a message that resonates most with Ukrainians who fear Russia will only do.

The atrocities, deaths, and collapses caused by Russian aggression have made the negotiations unhappy for some Ukrainians.

Especially as the situation in Ukraine escalated after a series of successes on the battlefields in northeastern Kharkiv and southern Kherson regions.

Despite strong rhetoric, losing allied support could have an effect on Ukraine, particularly when it comes to threats.

Veteran diplomat Alexander Vershbow explained to the Post that "if the circumstances were to give more advantage to the negotiations, I don't think the (US) administration would be passive".

The US has made it clear that for now its faction agrees with Ukraine's status.

To Reuters, a top U.S. official who spoke about the report explained:

"The Kremlin continues to escalate this war. The Kremlin has already shown its reluctance to seriously participate in the talks even before issuing full-ratio aggression to Ukraine."

Putin has already taken several steps to replace Russia's economic path to Ukraine's war efforts.

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This, in other harbingers besides the deployment, means that Russia is preparing for a long period of war.

Ukraine is getting ready for power outages following Russia's new onslaught on its power infrastructure.

Russia "is focusing capabilities and facilities for the opportunity of a major onslaught recurrence on our infrastructure, particularly energy", said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Ukraine faces minus 32 percent in a predicted electricity supply on Monday, said Sergei Kovalenko, CEO of Yasno, a dedicated energy supplier to Ukraine's capital, Kyiv.

"It's more, and it's force majeure," Kovalenko said.

About 500 power plants are being delivered to Ukraine by the 17 member states of the European Union as 4.five million Ukrainians are left without electricity.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko is pressuring the public to be prepared for the ugliest scenario by making the precarious idea of leaving the city and living with friends or family.

Klitschko pressured the public to "weigh everything" with the loss of electricity and water.

"If you have a large family or colleagues outside of Kyiv, where there is an autonomous water supply, ovens, heaters, expect to be remembered for the opportunity to live there for a period of time." said Klitschko

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The Russian-occupied city of Kherson in Ukraine was cut off from water and electricity supplies on Sunday (6/11/2022).

This comes after the onslaught of air and damage to the Kakhovka dam, Kherson City officials said.

"In Kherson and some other regions of the territory, for the time being there is no supply of electricity or water," said the Moscow-built city government.

In that regard, Russia accused Ukraine of acting "sabotage".

Kherson people were forced to relocate after receiving warning messages on their phones, the Ukrainian military said Sunday.

The Russians "occupied and evacuated" Kherson in unison.

Russia is trying to give Ukraine confidence that its troops will leave Kherson even though they are actually dredging up the annexed area.

Nataliya Humenyuk, the jubir of Ukraine's southern forces, told the government tv.

In that time, the Russian-built government in Kherson had already removed several tens of thousands of civilians from the city.

Russian troops stepped up their onslaught in excitingly contested areas in eastern Ukraine.

This has made things worse for Ukrainian citizens and soldiers, Ukraine's ruling faction said.

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"The most exciting Russian onslaught in the Donetsk area continues. The opponent suffered a serious loss there," Zelensky said in a video of his national address.

Top United States officials said they had reminded the Ukrainian government individually if they needed to provide a signal of transparency to transact with Russia.

Officials in Washington warned that the "Ukrainian fatigue" between allies could be worse if Kyiv continues to be closed to talks, the Washington Post reported.

Some top U.S. officials have explained that Ukraine's status in talks with Russia is declining between allies who are anxious about the economic fallout from a long-running war.

External power was restored to Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) 2 days after it was disconnected from the power grid.

The network cut at the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant came as Russia's shooting destroyed high-voltage flows, the Federation of Nations (UN) or IAEA nuclear watchdog said.

Zaporizhzhia NPP itself as the most massive nuclear plant in Europe.

The Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant requires electricity to provide an important cooling mechanism, but it has been working with precarious diesel generators since the Russian firing cut off its outer network.

US National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan held secret talks with top Russian officials in a desire to reduce the risk of a nuclear dispute, the Wall Street Journal reported.

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It drew on top U.S. and allied officials who explained that Sullivan held secret talks in recent months with Kremlin bodyguard Yuri Ushakov and Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev, Sullivan's partner.

Nonetheless, the White House denied commenting on the report. *

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