“Is there hope in Moscow that the current The difficulties Ukrainians are facing may encourage them to rise up against the Kyiv government. But This is far from reality.”
And just this past Wednesday, Russia showed just how capable it is of trying to get the Ukrainian people to surrender. Moscow forces fired a missile at a maternity hospital in Vilnyansk, in Zaporizhia Province (which is partially occupied by pro-Moscow forces). On the same day, they launched air strikes on Kyiv, targeting, among other points, a power station. Results? Much of the capital was left in the dark and without water – the lack of electricity also affected neighboring Moldova.
As for the director and professor of the Department of International Relations at Odessa National University, V.N Successive Russian attacks against the energy distribution and production system And other civilian infrastructure, such as hospitals, schools or railways, will not turn against Zelensky’s CEO, the Kremlin expects. This has several explanations.
Now, in the face of adversity, Western allies seek to minimize the impactInvesting in the reconstruction of civilian infrastructure and providing generators to counter the cold that has already reached Ukraine. The Ukrainian government is also trying to “deal with the crisis caused by Russia by hitting the Ukrainian civilian infrastructure in the best possible way,” Volodymyr Dubovik assures The Observer. However, the professor emphasizes, “always in a limited way,” due to the unpredictability of Russian attacks.
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