On the eve of the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion or immediately after it or directly on February 24, a massive shelling of Ukraine is possible.

Because of this, for example, in Poltava, the city council recommended schools to work in a remote format.

"Preschool education institutions will work as needed. After a survey of parents, they will determine the mode of operation and the number of groups needed to receive children. The final decision on the form of education is made by the heads of educational institutions," Poltava head Kateryna Yamshchikova said on her social media page.


Massive shelling is quite possible, because they have an attachment (to dates - Ed.), fetishism,"

Oleksandr Kovalenko,

 a military-political analyst of the "Information Resistance" group, 


in a comment for


The risks are heightened on the second anniversary of the full-scale invasion, he said.

"In addition to everything else, the Russians have ammunition, they have missiles. We are talking about both cruise missiles and ballistic missiles, there are kamikaze drones.

I do not rule out that recently they could accumulate a resource of kamikaze drones in order to use them in a larger number

. Therefore, such a terrorist act is quite possible," Oleksandr Kovalenko says. 

To the question about the number of air targets the Russians are able to fire at Ukraine, Kovalenko answered as follows: "Let's focus on December 29 of last year. It was the most massive strike (then the enemy used 158 air strikes against Ukraine - Ed.).

You can focus on it as a base attack, as for what the enemy can do.

It was a combined strike. There were also kamikaze drones, and cruise missiles, and ballistic missiles."