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Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelensky looked forward to “future victories” on the battlefield against Russian forces, assuring that Ukrainians were not giving up on any territory.
“There is nowhere ahead [de batalha] We submit to the enemy🇧🇷 We respond everywhere, we hold positions everywhere. We are preparing for future successes in some sectors,” the minister noted in his routine Speech Daily Night Times published on social networks.
Zelensky noted that “fierce fighting” continues in the Donetsk region, where “there is neither any hostilities nor a ceasefire”. “About a hundred Russian attacks were repulsed in the Donetsk region🇧🇷 All our soldiers resisting in Donbas are true heroes”, he shot.
Throughout Friday, workers in the energy sector were trying to restore technical normalcy for power supply in the affected areas, he explained. However, a “difficult situation” regarding electricity supply persists in a total of 17 regions and in Kyiv, he added.
Apart from the Kiev region and the capital in particular, power supply is “very difficult in Odesa region, Vinnytsia and Ternopil”.
The military offensive launched by Russia in Ukraine on February 24 has already displaced more than 13 million people — including more than six million internally displaced people and more than 7.8 million in European countries — according to the latest UN data. , the refugee crisis ranks as the worst in Europe since World War II (1939-1945).