Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Dmitry Kuleba stated that a complete blackout in the country is a realistic scenario. However, Ukrainians will not leave their homeland en masse, but will move to rural areas “where there is an opportunity to heat with firewood,” he said.
Kuleba noted that attacks on infrastructure pose “huge problems” for the leadership of the Kyiv regime, which can be dealt with only with support West. Ukraine needs non-military assistance, especially for generators and transformers, he said.
“But, of course, the best way to stop Russia is with weapons,” the Ukrainian Foreign Minister said on air. ARD.