Vitali Klitschko prepares Kyiv for more Russian attacks. The city has already lost half of its capacity.
Kyiv — Vitali Klitschko, the mayor of Kyiv, has had some tough fights as a heavyweight boxer. Now threatens Its the fight of his lifeif Russia He attacks his city in the winter. Russia wants them Ukraine without the Ukrainians Politician. His citizens will now be forced to resist. “They want to freeze us and destroy our electricity, heating and generators,” the politician said.
They are doing everything to drive out the Ukrainians, but this [sind] And our homes, our cities, and we don’t want to leave. around Kyiv To move where they have water and warmth,” he said.
War in Ukraine: This is Klitschko’s worst-case scenario for Kiev
This is Klitschko’s worst-case scenario, and he pleads with the city’s residents that if they don’t want to leave the city, they “must be prepared” and make sure they have enough potable water, batteries to charge cell phones and others and have electrical equipment in stock.
Klitschko outlined his winter plans in his office nine floors above Kiev’s main Khreshchatyk Street, where eight years ago he took part in the so-called Maidan protests that led to the ouster of Ukraine’s Russian satrap Viktor Yanukovych. He said, “It was a different world.”
Klitschko fights for Kyiv
Klitschko, dressed in green camouflage and standing in a corner of his office filled with Boxer memorabilia and models of future building projects in the city, said Kyiv had prepared a thousand centers – mostly schools and nurseries – to protect Kyiv residents from the worst. times. Wood stoves and generators were purchased to heat the accommodation, although schools were chosen because some already had independent heat sources.
Food, water and medical supplies are also being stockpiled. The city has already lost about half of its power to Russian missile attacks, and counties routinely suffer programmed blackouts. Most areas do not have street lighting – part of efforts to reduce energy demand. (Master’s)