1. On Monday, November 8, the situation on the Polish-Belarusian border was sharply aggravated: from Belarus, several thousand migrants approached it, wishing to move to the European Union, who set up camp near the village of Kuznitsa.
2. From November 8, Ukraine began to suspend employees who are subject to mandatory covid vaccination - officials and teachers. In particular, this is due to the fact that over 25,000 cases per day were detected in the country for several days.
3. On Saturday, November 13, delegations from nearly 200 countries endorsed a new global climate agreement at the UN COP26 conference in Glasgow. "This is an important step, but this is not enough," said UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres.
4. Minister of Culture and Information Policy Alexander Tkachenko wrote a letter of resignation. He said that the reason for the decision was the separation of the State Film Agency from the ministry under the direct control of the Cabinet of Ministers.
5. Law enforcers reported the suspicion to the former Minister of Energy and Coal Industry V. Demchishin. He is accused of organizing illegal coal supplies from the temporarily occupied territories of Donbass. All this is happening against the backdrop of an unprecedented coal supply crisis.