Dark message: – Tough

Dark message: - Tough

It occurs while millions of people in and around the city lack electricity and heat, or have electricity and heat intermittently.

An electricity supplier said on Saturday it can only provide three-quarters of the electricity the country needs, meaning restrictions will continue as winter approaches.

Water collected: Many residents lined up Thursday morning to collect water in Kyiv after Russian missile attacks temporarily crippled the city’s water supply. Photo: Evgeny Maloletka/AP/NTB
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The director of the private energy company DTEK Yasno, Sergey Kovalenko, which supplies energy to Kyiv, says the situation in the city has improved but is still “difficult”, according to Reuters.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Friday that 6 million Ukrainians have been cut off from electricity after massive Russian attacks on infrastructure. Some access to power has since been restored.

Some 6.9 million Ukrainians are now believed to be living as refugees in their own country and in neighboring countries such as Slovakia and Hungary. When temperatures drop in the coming months, more people are expected to seek refuge in other Eastern European countries.

The Norwegian authorities also expect an increased influx of refugees of Ukrainian refugees, and plans to arrive 10,000 more next year than previously expected.

War mothers: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday met several women who were said to be mothers of demobilized servicemen in Ukraine. The Guardian believes the meeting was “carefully directed”. Video: Evan Larsson/Dagbladet-TV
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The UN Security Council held an emergency meeting on Wednesday evening, following the new Russian attacks on Ukraine, where President Volodymyr Zelensky described the bombing as a “crime against humanity.”

The meeting resulted in clear condemnations of Russia.

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