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Ukraine says it foresees a new wave of Russian shelling from the sea this week

Those responsible for Ukraine They said Monday that they foresee a new wave of Russian bombing this week, following earlier attacks on critical infrastructure that caused massive water and electricity cuts, for example, in the capital kyiv.

“It is very likely that the beginning of the week will be marked by an attack of this type”said the spokeswoman of the southern command of the Ukrainian army on Monday, Natalia Gumeniuk, who stressed that a Russian missile ship appeared in the Black Sea.

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According to the Ukrainian navy, Eleven Russian warships, including that missile carrier, are currently in the Black Sea off the coast of Ukraine.and there are others in the Azov Sea and the Mediterranean, with a total of 76 warheads that can be fired.

Ukrainian President, Volodymyr Zelenskywarned in a speech broadcast by video Sunday night that “The week that begins can be just as difficult as the last one”, marked by Russian bombing that caused massive power and water outages at times when the country begins to experience winter temperatures.

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“Our forces are preparing. The entire state is preparing. We elaborate all the scenarios, even with partners” westernersadded Zelenskywho urged his fellow citizens to pay attention to anti-aircraft warnings.

Zelensky On the other hand, he pointed out a “very difficult” situation on the front, especially in the region of Donetskin the east, where fighting has been concentrated since the withdrawal of Russian forces from the region of KhersonIn the south.

According to the daily balance of the Ukrainian presidency, four civilians died and eleven were injured in the last 24 hours in the country.

In Nova Kakhovkacity under Russian occupation near KhersonA civilian was killed and another wounded in a Ukrainian shelling on the night of Sunday to Monday, the pro-Russian administration said.

Following last week’s Russian attacks, millions of Ukrainians were left without power.

According to the national operator ukrenergothe country was still facing a deficit of electricity covering 27% of households. In addition, emergency cuts continued throughout the territory.

Source: Elcomercio

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