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Zelensky: 6 million Ukrainian families are still without electricity, the hardest winter we will all remember
Ukraine's president says six million Ukrainian households are still without electricity after massive rocket attacks hit the country this week.
" Power cuts continue in most regions and in Kyiv ," said Volodymyr Zelensky in his speech.
The number of affected households has decreased since Wednesday, but millions of people have been left without electricity, water or heat as winter sets in, he said.
Zelensky added that the capital and the region around it are among the most affected by the attacks. He said many residents in the city have been without power "for 20 or even 30 hours."
He said that other areas among the most affected are the regions of Odesa, in the south, Lviv in the west, as well as Vinnytsia and Dnipropetrovsk, which are more central.
President Zelensky called on everyone to use energy sparingly: "If you don't have a power outage, it doesn't mean the problem is over. Please, if you have electricity, it doesn't mean you can turn on some powerful electrical appliances at the same time."
"We have to endure this winter, a winter that everyone will remember," he said.
There are fears that Russia's targeting of Ukrainian infrastructure, coupled with snow and sub-zero temperatures, could trigger a health crisis in the country.