Statement on the ongoing war with Russia Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of committing crimes against humanity.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has accused Russia of committing crimes against humanity following its latest attacks on his country’s energy infrastructure that led to massive power outages.
Addressing the United Nations (UN) Security Council, which was extraordinary convened at his country’s request, Zelenskiy said Russia regularly destroys cities with disproportionate attacks.
Claiming that Russia carried out 70 missile strikes in one day, Zelenskiy said: “They target buildings where civilians live, schools, hospitals and transport infrastructure.”
Zelensky said: “After the latest Russian attacks, millions of people live without heat and water. “This is the Russian formula for terror,” he said.
During a meeting of the Security Council, US Permanent Representative to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield said that Russian President Vladimir Putin “used winter as a weapon.”
Russia’s representative to the UN, Vasily Nebenzia, said: “We are just trying to damage Ukraine’s military infrastructure.”
Most of Ukraine cannot be supplied with electricity after the latest Russian attacks.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said that at least 80 percent of the city’s residents live without electricity and water.
The Ukrainian administration has shut down 3 nuclear reactors due to a power outage.
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