“It was scary. I expected. We waited for our boys until the end. We waited for our release. We’re leaving now, because it’s scary to sleep at night. Shells fly over our heads and explode. It’s too much. We will wait until the situation improves,” said Tetyana Stadnik.
President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said on Monday that half of the country’s energy capacity had been knocked out by Russian missiles.
Meanwhile, in a Telegram message to Kherson residents – particularly the elderly, women with children and those who are sick or disabled – Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Iryna Vereshchuk posted a number of ways residents can express their interest in leaving .
“You may be evacuated for the winter to safer regions of the country,” she wrote, citing both security and infrastructure issues.
Source: Jurnalul by jurnalul.ro.
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