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The UN denounced this Friday the "massive attack" with missiles and drones released today by Russia against cities and infrastructures ukrainian and demanded the immediate cessation of this type of actions.

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The Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterresstressed through his spokesperson that all attacks against key infrastructures are "unacceptable and must cease immediately."

“We have received reports from our humanitarian partners of another massive attack across the country, which resulted in several civilian casualties and left damage to energy and other infrastructure, disrupting basic services amid freezing temperatures”said the spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, during his daily press conference.

In Kharkov alone (east), some 150,000 homes and businesses have been left without electricity, recalled Dujarric, who also highlighted the supply problems in Zaporizhia (southeast) and other cities.

Today the enemy launched at least 70 missiles in another massive attack." declared the Ukrainian president, Volodymyr Zelensky, in a video posted on Telegram, where he indicated that "at least 60 missiles were shot down."

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The Ukrainian president added that the targets of the attacks were “civilians, civil infrastructure”.

On the humanitarian situation, the UN spokesman said that a new convoy with aid arrived today in the town of Ocheretyne, in the Donetsk province and very close to the front, where some 3,600 civilians remain, including 200 children, of whom more than 23,000 inhabitants that there were before the war.

The population, Dujarric said, has been without a gas supply since February of last year and their access to water and electricity is very unstable.

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