The head of state stressed that local authorities across the country should now actively work to prepare for the winter as much as possible.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that Russian invaders could continue to strike at Ukrainian energy infrastructure this winter. The head of state said this in an address to Ukrainians following a meeting of the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Ukraine in Ivano-Frankivsk.
“Russian aggression has failed on the battlefield. Today is the 522nd day since the so-called “special military operation” continues, which the Russian leadership expected to last a week or two. Ukraine is becoming stronger. Gradually, the war is returning to the territory of Russia, to its symbolic centers and military bases And this is an inevitable natural and absolutely fair process,” Zelensky stressed.
“But we must be conscious that, just like last year, this winter, Russian terrorists can still hit our energy sector. Critical facilities. Today we discussed with the communities the current state of preparation of all possible scenarios,” the president stressed.
The head of state also said that today the issue of urgent restoration, including energy and various life support systems in communities, was discussed.
“Odessa and our southern regions. Kharkiv. The regions of the West of our state. Border northern regions. It is very important that local authorities throughout the country right now in the summer and in September be as active as possible in everything that needs to be done before the cold months of the year,” he said. Zelensky.
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Source : Униан