Impact of Russia’s brutal energy strikes explained by Ukrainian activist
Daria Keleniuk, an anti-corruption activist in Ukraine, took to Twitter today to explain the devastating effects of the Russian energy strikes.
She wrote: “Today I witnessed a missile attack from Russia in the Zhytomyr region hospital.
“Suddenly the electricity went off, my 88-year-old grandmother with pneumonia had problems getting oxygen.
“The hospital doesn’t have a generator yet. I went to the drugstore to buy medicine.
“In the drugstore, another grandmother traveled 25 kilometers by bus from the small village to buy medicine.
“However, the power outage means the drugstore cannot sell drugs. I drove the grandma to another drugstore with a generator – she thanked me because I saved her life.
“All the patients in the hospital, all the people in the drugstore were super angry at the Muscovites. Anger at Russia is now spreading to the deepest villages of Ukraine. “Imagine what those orcs would do to us if attacked,” said a drugstore granny. “We have to win!”
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