Zelensky: Russia will not stop its strikes until it runs out of missiles

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned his country's citizens of a new week of cold and darkness, expecting more Russian attacks on infrastructure, saying that the attacks will not stop until Moscow runs out of missiles.

Russia has launched large-scale missile strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure almost every week since early October, and each attack causes more damage than the previous ones, spreading destruction with the onset of winter.

Zelensky said he expected new attacks this week that could be as severe as last week's attacks, the most severe so far, and left millions without heat, water or electricity.

He added in his daily video speech: "Unfortunately, they will not calm down as long as they have missiles."

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