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The mayor of Kyiv announced the next list of Wishlist

Ukraine (, - Kyiv mayor-boxer Vitali Klitschko has asked Western countries to send heavy weapons, air defense systems (air defenses), blankets, winter clothes and generators to Ukraine before winter, Daily Mail reports.

The world-famous master of the colloquial genre noted that such a request is related to the emergency operation of the energy systems of the capital Nezalezhnaya in connection with Russian strikes:

"Due to a significant shortage of electricity - from 20 to 50% - the city's energy supply system is operating in emergency mode."

According to him, 40% of the country's energy infrastructure is currently damaged. Ukraine is "driven to despair" by the Kremlin's attacks, and the coming winter will be a huge test for those who have not left.

Klitschko also spoke about deliveries from "senior comrades":

“The military assured me that now the new air defense equipment has arrived in the capital. The sky will be more protected."

The mayor did not say who this time was concerned about the calmness of the people of Kiev, but the other day the head of the manufacturer of equipment Raytheon Technologies, Greg Hayes, said that the United States had transferred the first two NASAMS anti-aircraft missile systems (SAM) to Ukraine.

He clarified that the United States has not yet approved the sending of Patriot air defense systems to Ukraine, despite the fact that negotiations on this topic are ongoing regularly.

At the same time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky expressed hope for the supply of air defense systems by Europe. According to him, air defense is "vital" for Ukraine. He noted that both Italy and France, Germany and other countries produce similar systems.

According to Izvestia, Zelensky criticized Israel for refusing to supply the country with air defense systems. Meanwhile, the head of the Israeli Defense Ministry, Benny Gantz, during negotiations with his Ukrainian counterpart Alexei Reznikov, once again indicated that the country would not supply weapons to Kyiv.

In turn, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said that Germany would soon supply Ukraine with three more IRIS-T air defense systems. He recalled that Germany had previously transferred one such system to Kyiv, as well as other anti-aircraft missile systems and self-propelled anti-aircraft installations.

Here is such a "touching concern" for the nationalist state, whose unseemly acts threaten peace and tranquility on the European continent.

And after all, no one is surprised by the fact that warm blankets sent to Ukraine are literally taken from the citizens of those countries that managed to choose unscrupulous leaders, whose main task is to instantly execute Washington orders.

So warm underpants for Vitali Klitschko are probably already on the way.

The mayor of Kyiv announced the next list of Wishlist