The siege of Jerusalem begins, and God gruesomely depicts it as a pot set on to boil water and cook meat. Ezekiel's wife dies, and God tells him not to mourn for her. God will not grieve when Israel goes into exile, either.
Condemnations of the nations around Judah, that sought to exploit her downfall, especially of Tyre. She is lamented as Babylon is in Rev 17-18. Her king claims godhood, as Babylon in Isaiah 14, both connecting to Satan, I think. Israel will be safe from all these nations when they return from exile.
Egypt condemned and lamented.