Zelenski Made History and Warned After Dozens of Russian Soldiers Were Killed
After 63 Russian soldiers lost their lives as a result of Ukraine’s missile attack, a remarkable statement came from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenski.
Zelenski, who shared a video on his Telegram account, stated that the Russian forces continue their attacks with missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), and said, “Nights can be quite hectic in the coming weeks.”
The Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Ukraine launched a Himar missile attack on the Makiivka region, where Russian soldiers are concentrated. 63 Russian soldiers were killed in the attack. The Ukrainian side claimed that 400 Russian soldiers were killed.
EXPLANATION FROM ZELENSKI ABOUT NIGHT HOURS
After the attack, a remarkable statement came from the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky. Addressing the public with a video he shared on his Telegram account at night, Zelenski stated that Russian forces continue to attack Ukraine with missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
“NIGHTS CAN BE VERY ACTIVE IN THE NEXT WEEKS”
Noting that more than 80 UAVs launched by Russian forces were destroyed in the air in just the last two days, Zelenski said, “Only two days have passed since the New Year’s Eve and the number of Iranian-made UAVs shot down in Ukraine has already exceeded 2. 80. “This number may increase in the near future. . For this reason, the nights may be quite hectic in the coming weeks. We have information that Russia is planning a long-term drone strike.”
PHONE CALL WITH THE HEAD OF THE EU COMMISSION
Calling on the Ukrainian air defense forces to be more careful, Zelenski said, “The time has come when everyone involved in the protection of the airspace must be extra careful.” Stating that he had a phone call with Ursula Von der Leyen, President of the European Union (EU) Commission, Zelenski noted that they spoke at the EU-Ukraine Joint Summit, which is planned to be held in February.
“WE ARE WAITING FOR THE FIRST PART OF MACRO FINANCE SUPPORT IN JANUARY”
In his speech with Leyen, Zelenski stated that they also discussed the financial support that the EU will provide to Ukraine, “According to the decision taken last year, we expect the first part of the macro financial support in January. Here we are.” extremely important,” he said.
“31 MISSILES, 12 AIR ATTACKS IN THE LAST 24 HOURS”
On the other hand, in a written statement made by the Ukrainian General Staff, it was stated that Russian forces carried out missile and air strikes in various parts of the country yesterday and this morning. Pointing out that the Russian attacks were carried out especially against the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumi, Khmelnitsky, Donetsk, Zaporizhia, Mykolaiv and Kherson regions, it was stated that the enemy carried out 31 missiles and 12 air strikes in the last 24 hours.
“RISK OF MISSILE ATTACK CONTINUES”
In the statement that the Russian army also launched unmanned aerial vehicles to Ukraine, the statement said, “The enemy also attacked with 13 Iranian-made Shahid-136 UAVs. All of them were destroyed by the Ukrainian Defense Forces. Enemy air and missile attacks continue throughout Ukraine.” given.