Russian rocket fire continues
Russia continues to shell Ukrainian cities with rockets. The shelling has been very intense and last Friday large parts of Ukraine’s infrastructure and electricity were knocked out. This week, the Kremlin spokesman said that any ceasefire or ceasefire just because it’s Christmas is out of the question, and that a peace deal with Kyiv is impossible.
The concern that the electricity will be disconnected in Skåne is growing
In southern Sweden, both authorities, companies and private individuals are preparing for the next possible crisis measure if the power shortage in electricity becomes greater: planned shutdowns of electricity in parts of the area for shorter periods.
It is a crisis measure that raises both questions and concerns among entrepreneurs and private individuals alike. At the electricity-intensive company The Absolut company in Nöbbelöv northwest of Kristianstad, operations manager Kerstin Lindström says that the biggest worry is the uncertainty, not knowing how long or how often the electricity may be cut off.
Homecoming parties – a Christmas tradition
With a week left until Christmas, many people return to their hometowns these days to gather the family, but also to meet old friends. A phenomenon that has grown stronger are the “homecoming nights”, a tradition that is particularly strong in smaller towns, when old friends and schoolmates reunite in local pubs and nightclubs on Christmas Day or Boxing Day, sometimes after not seeing each other for years . A tradition for better or for worse, it turns out.
Russia continues to shell Ukrainian cities with rockets.
Disconnection of electricity is now a real risk in Skåne
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Source: ICELAND NEWS