Following numerous Russian missile attacks, according to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, 10 million people in this country are without electricity.
Zelensky claimed that a power outage on November 17 in the evening in Ukraine was caused by Russian missile attacks in his daily video address.
According to Zelensky, more than 10 million Ukrainians are currently without electricity. The cities with the most power disruptions were Vinnytsia, Odessa, Sumy, and Kiev.
Kiev’s emergency power outage, according to Yasno, an electricity provider, lasted the entire day. To prevent further harm, electrical engineers are working to stabilize the system.
After Kiev officials issued a warning of “tough” days ahead, Ukrainian cities report that the most recent Russian attacks coincide with the first snowfall of the season.
The President of Ukraine also provided more information regarding the state of hostilities, stating that scores of people had been hurt by rocket assaults in the cities of Dnipro and Zaporizhzhia and that seven bodies had been pulled from the wreckage of a structure hit by Russian artillery.
The only way to safeguard both Ukraine and Europe from repeated escalations of Russian aggression, he continued, is to cover all of Ukraine’s airspace, which will undoubtedly encourage Russia. Zelensky remarked, “We need to actually end the war.
On November 18, when the Ukrainian army retook control of Kherson, the Crimean governor declared that he was fortifying military positions on the peninsula.
After a vote, Russia annexed Crimea in 2014. Since that time, Crimea has developed into a crucial resupply hub for Russian soldiers in charge of a portion of southern and southeast Ukraine.
Kiev threatened to reclaim Crimea “by all necessary means” when Moscow invaded Ukraine in late February.