Over the last four months, since I arrived in Ukraine, I've visited over ten villages devastated by Russian aggression in Ukraine and the continuous bombardment of civilian targets.
Witnesses' accounts were horrifying; I couldn't even imagine how hard it would have been for me ever to undergo and get through such horrors they endured, lived and survived.
A pattern of the statement of concern tells me that the resistance of the elderly and youth of Ukraine is a striking force that has driven the nation to continue to prevail over President's Putin attempts to force them into submission and handover themselves to his regime that has been consistently and subsequently accused of having committed crimes and war crimes against humanity, consequently violating international treaties of war and geneva convention of human rights.
"Winter is Coming" is the sounding statement of a loud concern of resilient Babushkas of Ukraine.
While Russian President Putin continues to airstrike civilian targets, maiming, killing and leaving them homeless, he is sending missiles to destroy civilian infrastructure and water dams across the country; Ukraine's President Zelensky's response strikes a light into Putin's goal to force Ukraine into surrender will be nothing but a failure.
As for Babushkas, the remaining concern is that winter is coming.