Today, Ukrainians will mark the 31st anniversary of their liberation from the Soviet Union, and at the same time they will mark Independence Day.

Exactly on this day, six months have been marked since the Russian forces began the occupation of the country, and this holiday is being awaited with fear for new threats from land, air and water, Telegrafi reports.

As a precaution, the authorities there have banned gatherings in Kiev, and mobs are not allowed to form, especially in Kharkiv in the east of the country, where fierce fighting continues.

On the other hand, the government of this country has opened a kind of exhibition in the Ukrainian capital, where you can see the tanks and other armored vehicles of Russia that were destroyed or seized during the fighting.

On Tuesday night, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky warned of the possibility of "provocations by Russia".

"We will fight against the most terrible threat, at the time when we have reached the peak of the unity of our nation," added Zelensky.

The army of this country has also called on citizens to take threats of airstrikes more seriously, in case the sirens that warn of such a thing are activated.

"The Russian occupiers are continuing to carry out airstrikes on civilian objects on the territory of Ukraine.

Do not ignore the sirens in case they are activated, they really warn of airstrikes", says the statement of the general staff of the Ukrainians.