Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine’s Zelensky blackout criticism: Report 28Nov 2022

Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine's Zelensky blackout criticism, Kyiv mayor and former professional boxer Vitali Klitschko on Sunday dealt a rhetorical.

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Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine's Zelensky blackout criticism
Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine's Zelensky blackout criticism

Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine’s Zelensky blackout criticism

Kyiv mayor and former professional boxer Vitali Klitschko on Sunday dealt a rhetorical punch with the Ukrainian president and his supporters over how to make the population more resilient to blackouts amid Russia’s military campaign, citing their controversy. ridiculed it as “meaningless”.

Klitschko, who was involved in several disputes with Zelenskiy before the invasion, said the president’s allies were involved in “manipulating” the city’s efforts.

Klitschko said 430 “warming centers” are helping residents deal with the effects of a Russian attack on power plants, and more than 100 more are planned for extreme conditions.

“Especially in the current situation, I don’t want to get into political strife,” Klitschko said in a video posted to Telegram.

“This is not good, to say the least. Not for Ukrainians, not for foreign partners,” Klitschko said. “Today, more than ever before, everyone has to come together and work together, and there is a political game of sorts being played here.”

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“That’s pointless. I have business in town.”

Klitschko said the president’s allies had “manipulated” the city’s efforts, including “incomprehensible photos” posted online.

But one of his most powerful supporters of the president struck a new blow, saying Klitschko’s account was “quite different” from residents’ reports: he asked the mayor to fix the problem and help. gave him one week to submit to his center’s investigation.

Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine's Zelensky blackout criticism
Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine’s Zelensky blackout criticism

President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said last week that there had been many complaints about the measures adopted in the capital.

“We have a proposal. City officials will be given a week to rectify the error and will conduct an inspection with the mayor,” David Alakamia, head of Congress’s President’s Servants Group, told Telegram.

Zelensky last week facilitated the efforts of thousands of “invincible centers” set up across Ukraine, providing heat, water, internet and mobile phone links.

In his nightly video address on Friday, Zelensky said Kyiv’s mayor had not done enough to help needy residents.

“More work is needed, to say the least,” Zelensky said.

Zelensky swept in his 2019, five years after Klitschko first became president. Before the war, the two leaders clashed over how to run the capital and its services.

Kyiv mayor hits back at Ukraine’s Zelensky blackout criticism

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