Ukraine Braces for Winter Amid Russia’s Missile Attack
Russia has launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine, causing Ukraine to warn that the upcoming winter will be extremely challenging for the entire nation. Kiev reports that the attack took place on Thursday, resulting in the death of three individuals in the southern region and numerous injuries in other areas.
Last winter, Russian troops attacked energy installations in Kiev, leaving many Ukrainians without power in sub-zero temperatures for days. Oleksiy Kuleba, the deputy head of the office of the President of Ukraine, has warned that Russia will continue to attack energy and important installations, and difficult months are ahead.
Ukraine states that Russia has shot down most, but not all, of the missiles. They also assert that the remaining missiles that were not destroyed have struck civilian installations. President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again urged Western countries, including the United States, to supply long-range missiles.
Ukraine alleges that Russia carried out a large-scale missile attack overnight, originating from the western city and targeting eastern Kherson. The attack reportedly occurred shortly after Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki declared that Poland would cease supplying arms to Ukraine. This information comes from a source called Perstoday.