Zelensky says Russian attacks increasing

Published November 14, 2023

KYIV, Ukraine – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Tuesday Russia was increasing its attacks across the front line, as Kyiv called for the West to boost weapons supplies ahead of winter.

Neither side has made any significant territorial gain for months, but both Zelensky and the Kremlin have denied the conflict has ground to a stalemate.

“The military reported an increase in the number of enemy assaults,” Zelensky said in a post on social media, with Russians attacking around the cities of Donetsk, Kupyansk and Avdiivka.

Zelensky has warned Russia is likely to increase air strikes against Ukraine’s energy infrastructure ahead of the winter, as it did this time last year.

He called strikes on the city of Kherson a day earlier that killed three people and wounded a dozen — including a newborn baby — “revenge” attacks that were were “without any military necessity”.

Andriy Yermak, Zelensky’s chief of staff, met US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Washington on Monday to press Ukraine’s need to keep the flow of Western weapons coming.

“As winter approaches, we expect the Russian missile terror to intensify,” Yermak posted on Telegram after the meeting.


SOURCE: www.mb.com.Ph

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Firefighters work to put out a fire at energy infrastructure facilities damaged by Russian missile strike, as Russia’s attack on Ukraine continues, in Kyiv region, Ukraine.State Emergency Service Of Ukraine | Via Reuters
Published November 14, 2023

Two Russian state news agencies published alerts on Monday saying Moscow was moving troops to “more favorable positions” east of the Dnipro River in Ukraine, only to withdraw the information minutes later.

The highly unusual incident suggested disarray in Russia’s military establishment and state media over how to report the battlefield situation in southern Ukraine.

In other news, Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said the country must brace itself for more attacks on national infrastructure as winter approaches.


SOURCE: www.cnbc.com

RELATED: Zelensky says Ukraine ‘must be prepared’ for Russian winter onslaught

President Volodymyr Zelensky warned Ukrainians on Sunday to prepare for new waves of Russian attacks on infrastructure as winter approached and said troops were anticipating an onslaught in the eastern theatre of the war.

File photo: Ukrainian servicemen move past a burning car hit by a kamikaze drone outside the front line town of Avdiivka, Donetsk region, Ukraine, November 8, 2023. © Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty/Serhii Nuzhnenko via Reuters
Published November 13, 2023

A military spokesman said Russian attacks on the shattered eastern town of Avdiivka had eased in the past day, but were likely to intensify in the coming days.

And Ukrainian military intelligence said an explosion killed at least three Russian servicemen in the Russian-occupied southern town of Melitopol, which it described as an “act of revenge” by resistance groups.

Zelensky issued his warning during his nightly video address a day after Russian forces carried out their first missile attack on the capital, Kyiv in some seven weeks.

We are almost half way through November and must be prepared for the fact that the enemy may increase the number of drone or missile strikes on our infrastructure,” Zelensky said. “Russia is preparing for Ukraine. And here, in Ukraine, all attention should be focused on defence, on responding to terrorists on everything that Ukraine can do to get through the winter and improve our soldiers’ capabilities.”

Last winter about 10 months into Russia’s invasion of neighbour Ukraine, Russia made waves of attacks on power stations and other plants inked to the energy network, prompting rolling blackouts in widely separated regions.


SOURCE: www.france24.com



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