- Russia pulled back its troops from the right bank of Dnepr River. By 05.00 AM on 11 November, the operation aimed at redeploying Russian forces to the left bank of Dnepr River had been accomplished.
- All military personnel, armament and hardware have been redeployed to the left bank of Dnepr River without any human and material losses. A total of over 30,000 Russian servicemen, about 5,000 units of armament and hardware, as well as material means have been withdrawn.
- The units and formations of Russian Armed Forces, withdrawn from the right bank, have taken the defense lines and positions, fortified by engineering units.
- Despite enemy's attempts to frustrate the redeployment of Russian forces, any casualties in personnel, armament, hardware, and material means have been prevented.
- Russian air defense and electronic warfare facilities have repelled all the attempts to launch missile strikes. 33 rocket-propelled projectiles launched by U.S.-manufactured HIMARS MLRS systems have been intercepted.
- Ukrainian forces damaged key dam on Dnepr. The Kakhovskaya hydroelectric dam in Russia’s Kherson Region suffered “colossal” damage during attacks by the Ukrainian forces, a local official said.
- Moscow insisted that Kiev was attacking the facility in an attempt to cause major flooding in the Kherson area.
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