Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has warned Ukrainians to prepare for a new wave of Russian attacks on infrastructure as winter approaches. He has also said that troops are anticipating an onslaught in the eastern theater of the war.
Zelenskiy’s warning comes as Russia steps up its attacks on Ukrainian cities and infrastructure. In recent weeks, Russia has launched a series of missile and drone strikes on Ukrainian power plants and other critical infrastructure. These attacks have caused widespread blackouts and power outages across the country.
Zelenskiy has said that Russia is preparing for a new winter offensive in Ukraine. He has urged Ukrainians to stock up on food and water and to prepare for the possibility of prolonged power outages. He has also called on the international community to provide Ukraine with more weapons and military aid.
The winter months are expected to be particularly difficult for Ukraine. The country is already facing a humanitarian crisis, with millions of people displaced from their homes and in need of food and shelter. The Russian attacks on infrastructure are making it even more difficult for Ukraine to meet the needs of its people.
The international community is concerned about the humanitarian situation in Ukraine and is working to provide assistance. The United States and other Western countries have provided Ukraine with billions of dollars in military and humanitarian aid. However, more is needed to help Ukraine survive the winter and to repel the Russian invasion.