Russia may reduce oil production due to price restrictions – Putin.
Russia is considering cutting oil production in response to the G7 cap on oil prices at US$60.
This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin at a press conference, Kremlin-aligned news outlet RBK reports.
"If necessary, we will also consider a possible reduction in production. We have an agreement with OPEC+ [Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries] on the production limit. We will consider an additional [reduction] if necessary," Putin said.
However, the head of the aggressor state added that so far no concrete decisions have been made regarding Russia's response to the introduction of a ceiling on Russian oil prices. According to Putin, specific measures will be announced in the decree of the president of the Russian Federation in the coming days.
As before, Russia does not plan to supply its oil to those countries that adhere to the price ceiling.
Dnipropetrovsk Oblast: Russian forces deploy Grad MLRS and heavy artillery to attack three settlements.
Russian forces deployed Grad multiple-launch rocket systems (MLRS) and heavy artillery to fire on the Nikopol district (Dnipropetrovsk Oblast) on the night of 8–9 December.
[Russian forces] struck three hromadas [an administrative unit designating a town, village, or several villages and their adjacent territories]: Myrove, Chervonohryhorivka, and Nikopol.
Invaders deported over 13,000 Ukrainian children to Russia.
Russian invaders illegally took more than 13,000 children out of Ukraine.
Ukrainian Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights and Child Rehabilitation, Daria Herasymchuk, during a briefing on 9 December.
According to her, this data is not final.
"As of today, we have information about 13,000 Ukrainian children who were deported or displaced by the Russian authorities," Herasymchuk said.
According to her, the number of Ukrainian children deported to the Russian Federation by the invaders is increasing daily.
"We have yet to learn about at least tens of thousands of Ukrainian children abducted by the Russian authorities," the Commissioner noted.
Note that according to the data of the platform "Children of war," as of 9 December, at least 443 children were killed, another 330 are missing, and 855 were injured as a result of the military aggression of the Russian Federation in Ukraine.