Russia Ukraine War Volodymyr Zelensky Warns Army And People Of More Russian Attack

Russia Ukraine War: The bitter war between Russia and Ukraine continues. The war that started on February 24 has not reached any conclusion yet. Both the countries are not ready to back down. Meanwhile, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky issued a warning to its citizens to prepare for more Russian attacks. According to Reuters, Zelensky said that Russia would definitely launch new missile attacks on his country.

Zelensky has asked the citizens and defense forces of Ukraine to be prepared. On the other hand, now the temperature has started falling rapidly in Ukraine and it is snowing everyday. In such a situation, it is very difficult for Ukraine to remain in this war. Under a special strategy, Russia is targeting Ukraine’s power grid, so that the people of Ukraine remain without electricity and are forced to kneel down.

According to a report published in Reuters, Kyiv officials said that workers are trying to complete the restoration of electricity, water and heat. They are facing frequent blackouts due to Russian airstrikes.

‘Terrorists planning new attacks’

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In his Sunday night video address, President Zelensky said, “We understand that terrorists are planning new attacks. We know this for a fact … And as long as they have the missiles, unfortunately, they are quiet.” Won’t happen. The coming week could be as tough as the last week. Our defense forces are getting ready. The whole country is getting ready.” There has been no response from Moscow on Zelensky’s claims yet.

Ukraine’s central army command said Russian forces launched four missile attacks in the Dnipropetrovsk region and fired several times at civilian objects. At the same time, the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine said that Russian troops had bombed a dozen villages in Donetsk, with Bakhmut and Avdivka being the main targets.

Increased electricity demand in cold weather

Grid operator Ukrainergo said that cold weather is gradually increasing energy needs. Repair crews trying to fix ruined power facilities. Power producers still cannot restore full power after Russia’s missile attacks on Wednesday and are forced to conserve energy by imposing blackouts.

Air strikes target infrastructure

“The consumption restriction regime is still in place due to the lack of capacity, which is currently around 20%,” Ukrainergo said on Telegram. Last week, the chief executive of Ukrainergo described the damage done to power generation facilities as “enormous”. Let us tell you that Moscow has targeted critical infrastructure through airstrikes in recent days, causing widespread power cuts and civilian deaths.

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