President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky made a statement about the war and said that the attacks of the Russian army on his country could intensify.

“In the coming weeks, the nights can be quite hectic,” Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

Zelensky, speaking to the public with his video post on his Telegram account at night, said that Russian forces continue to attack Ukraine with missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Noting that more than 80 UAVs launched by Russian forces have been destroyed in the air in the past two days alone, Zelensky said:

“Only two days have passed since New Year’s Eve, and the number of Iranian UAVs (UAVs of Iranian production) shot down in Ukraine has already exceeded 80. In the near future, this number may increase. Therefore, the nights can be quite hectic in the coming weeks. We have information that Russia is planning a long-term Shaheed attack (Shaheed UAV).”

Calling on the Ukrainian air defense forces to be even more careful, Zelenskiy said: “Now is the time when everyone involved in protecting the airspace must be especially careful.”

Zelenskiy said he had a telephone conversation with European Union (EU) Commission President Ursula von der Leyen and that they discussed the details at a joint EU-Ukraine summit scheduled to take place in February.

Saying they also discussed the financial support that the EU will provide to Ukraine in his speech with Leyen, Zelenskiy said: “According to the decision taken last year, we expect the first part of macro-financial support in January. “This is extremely important at a time when Russia is trying to gather new forces for aggression,” he said.

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