Ukraine live briefing: Zelensky urges U.N. to condemn ‘energy terror’ after Russia strikes Kyiv

Ukrainian firefighters work to extinguish a fire in a town near Kyiv, Ukraine, on Wednesday. (Efrem Lukatsky/AP) Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he expects a “strong reaction” from the world after Russian missiles blasted energy and civilian infrastructure in Kyiv and other major cities. He also told world powers at the U.N. Security Council meeting late Wednesday that they should pass a resolution condemning “any forms of energy terror.” (Russia has a veto on the council.)

“Energy terror is an analogue of the use of weapons of mass destruction,” Zelensky said . “When the temperature is below zero outside, and […]

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