Russia continues to bomb Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. Mayor Vitali Klitschko does not rule out power outages in the capital.
The basics in brief
- According to Vitali Klitschko, blackouts could occur in Kyiv.
- In this case, the population must be stored.
- “We’re doing everything we can to ensure that doesn’t happen,” Klitschko assures.
Kyiv mayor Vitali Klitschko closes due power system damage A collapse of electricity, heat and water supplies in the Ukrainian capital is out of the question. Citizens must stock up such case swamp and also consider finding accommodation outside of town for a while. Klitschko said this on Saturday night on Ukrainian television. be this Possible worst case scenario.
“We’re doing everything we can to make sure that doesn’t happen,” he said. “But we want to be frank: our enemies are doing everything they can to make this city without heating, without electricity, without a water supply – in general: that we all perish.”
Klitschko: Putin needs Ukraine without us
Klitschko said about three million people currently live in Kyiv, including 350,000 internally displaced people from other parts of Ukraine. If the district heating system collapses, the city is preparing to construct 1,000 heat rooms.
Former world boxing champion left the Russian president Vladimir Putin They want to destroy the Ukrainians as a people. “Putin does not need us Ukrainians. He needs the region and he needs Ukraine without us.
Russian missile attacks on Ukrainian energy supplies also damaged facilities in Kyiv. The city is trying to stabilize the grid by cutting off the power. Entire areas have no light for hours at a time.