Russia-Ukraine Latest News: November 1, 2022 – Bloomberg

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Ukrainian artillery fire on Russian positions, in Bakhmut, Ukraine.
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The United Nations said vessels loaded with grain are expected to move through Ukraine’s crop-export corridor on Thursday. President Volodymyr Zelenskiy called on the world to press Russia to allow operations of the Black Sea passage from Ukrainian ports.
The UN had earlier called a halt to grain ships moving through the corridor after Russia warned that vessels weren’t safe using the route. 

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