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Ukraine prepares for any other attacks on its infrastructures

Ukraine’s Leader Volodymyr Zelenskyy has cautioned of more possible Russian attacks on his country’s energy infrastructures.

Ukrainian authorities have encouraged occupants in the capital Kyiv to consider making arrangements to leave as continuous strikes compromise the power supply.

Russian news organizations express shelling by Ukrainian powers attacked Ukraine’s tremendous Russian-held Nova Kakhovka dam upstream of Kherson on the Dnieper Waterway without giving any supporting proof.

US NSA Jake Sullivan held chats with top Russian authorities in order to lessen the risk the conflict in Ukraine gushes out or grows into a nuclear struggle, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

Infrastructures administrator says Ukrainians need to prepare for additional power outages.

Ukraine’s infrastructure administrator has advised purchasers to prepare for additional power outages in Kyiv and different areas as it tries to lessen the burden on the energy foundations harmed by Russian missiles and drone attacks.

“The nation’s power network actually can’t continue full activity after the Russian psychological oppressor attacks. In certain districts, we need to acquaint power outages with try not to over-burden the high-voltage infrastructures,” the Ukrenergo network administrator said.

Booked closures from 06.00 a.m. neighbourhood time to the furthest limit of the day will influence Kyiv and the districts of Chernihiv, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv and Poltava, it said in an explanation.

Russia has endured ‘serious’ misfortunes in the east: Zelenskyy
Russia is experiencing weighty misfortunes in proceeding “furious” assaults in Ukraine’s eastern Donetsk area and is getting ready new attacks on Ukrainian energy infrastructures, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said on Sunday.

“Very fierce Russian attacks on Donetsk region are continuing. The enemy is suffering serious losses there,” Zelenskyy said.

Zelenskyy said he accepted Russia was “concentrating powers and means for a potential redundancy of mass assaults on our framework, energy in the principal occasion”.

Ukrainian President Zelenskyy said that Iranian arms supplies to Russia accusing Tehran of aiding “prolong the war”.

“Iran supports Russia’s terrorist regime and helps prolong the war and therefore prolongs the threats to the world created by Russia’s war of aggression,” Zelenskyy said in one of his daily video address.

If Moscow has no have Tehran’s support, Ukraine “would already be closer to peace,” the Ukrainian leader said.
On Saturday for the first time, Iran has made it certain it sold drones to Russia but said this was “months ago” before the start of any war in Ukraine.

Russian soldiers on war field
Russian soldiers on war field

Zelenskyy gives warning of more Russian assaults on infrastructure

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has given a warning against more potential Russian assaults on Ukraine’s power infrastructure, while the mayor of Kyiv advised residents to consider preparation to leave temporarily if the capital lost water and power supplies.

Zelenskyy in his usual nightly remarks said Russia was “concentrating forces and means for a possible repetition of mass attacks on our infrastructure. First of all, power.”

Above 4.5 million consumers were already out of power, he included, amid concerns that support for Ukraine could waver as the war’s effect on energy and food prices persists into winter.

Russian media say Ukraine shelled dam close to Kherson

Russian news organizations have guaranteed that Ukraine’s immense Russian-held Nova Kakhovka dam, upstream of Kherson on the Dnieper Stream, was harmed in shelling by Ukrainian powers. The reports gave no proof to help the claim.

An emergency services representative, State-owned TASS quoted, that a rocket launched by a US-made HIMARS missile system had hit the dam’s lock and caused destruction.

The official quoted said it was an “attempt to create the conditions for a humanitarian catastrophe” by breaching the dam.

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