A wave of Russian strikes on electrical installations in several Ukrainian cities
Ukraine on Tuesday announced bombings of power installations in several major cities, including Kiev, a day after Russia’s deadly attacks using suicide drones in the capital.
Vitali Klitschko, mayor of Kew, announced In Telegram New explosions have occurred in the capital of Ukraine. He noted that they were heard and affected in the Desnianskyi district “A critical infrastructure facility”. “All services are on site”Wrote again.
For his part, Kirill Tymoshenko, a close adviser to Volodymyr Zelensky, said in a message posted on a social network: “According to the first element, [il y a eu] Three strikes in electrical installations East of Kiev.
Mr. Tymoshenko said two more strikes affected the energy infrastructure in the city of Dnipro, thus “severe damage”. Several districts of the city in the country’s Middle East are without electricity, according to the local governor.
According to Mr Tymoshenko, other blasts hit the town of Zhytomyr, which is west of Kew. According to the commune’s mayor, Serhii Choukomlin, two Russian strikes at a power plant caused power and water cuts there. “Hospitals are on backup power”He said that day telegram.
In the northeast, A “Industrial Company” Ukraine’s second city, Kharkiv, was also hit, its mayor, Ihor Terekov, said. “Within five minutes, two consecutive explosions took place in the city”He explained.
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