The Russian army is targeting infrastructure and residential buildings in Ukraine.
The Russian occupants may launch new missile strikes on Ukraine next week, which may result in a blackout, the head of the Servant of the People faction, David Arahamiya, said during a TV marathon. He urged Ukrainians to be ready for such a development:
We need to prepare food supplies in advance in dry form for a long period, because there is information that next week there may be new missile strikes and there will be new blackouts
Arahamiya also said that 20 per cent of the 530 "points of indestructibility" in Kyiv, whose work was checked by MPs, were closed, and not all of the operating points have the necessary conditions:
Somewhere there are three generators, but they are not connected, somewhere there are no generators, somewhere there is no Internet, somewhere there is no water
He also promised that the situation will change in a few days and all issues related to ensuring all the necessary "points of indestructibility" in the capital will be resolved.
We shall remind you that on Wednesday, 23 November, the occupying forces launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine, which damaged critical infrastructure in a number of regions.
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