Ukrainian energy company Okrengo declared a state of emergency in the wake of the Russian missile attack this morning, Resulting in a reduction in energy consumption of more than 50%. The Guardian reported that. Kyrylo Tymoshenko, deputy head of Ukraine’s presidential office, said the country was proceeding with an emergency electricity shutdown after Russian missiles hit energy facilities in several regions. But he did not specify which structures were affected.
The Russian bombings have undermined electricity supplies in various parts of the country, including in the capital Kyiv – where water supplies have also been suspended – and Neighboring Moldova also suffers from disturbances in its electricity system, As announced by the company
Moldelectrica, cited by Ukrinform. “The risk of power outages in Moldova is very high,” the company warned.
Russian missiles hit nine power stations today, according to an update by Ukraine’s Energy Minister Herman Galushenko. BBC reports. Teams of technicians and engineers calculate the extent of the damage. More than half of consumers across the country were affected by the effects of Russia’s attacks today, according to Ukraine’s National Energy Corporation. For his part, a spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force said, “Russia launched a major attack this morning with more than 60 missiles. The enemy.”
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Missiles were launched from Tu-95 aircraft which are Kh-555 and Kh 101 and Kalibrs missiles that were towed from the Black Sea, S-300 missiles were also launched while Tu 22 M3 bombers arrived with X-22 missiles. The spokesman added that the presence of MiG-31,000 carriers carrying daggers was seen, adding that the Russians used strategic bombers for the first time from the area of Engels Airport, one of the bases.
Hit in recent days by the Ukrainians. “The anti-aircraft defense is doing well,” hin conclusion.
Kyiv’s mayor announced that the subways are not running because the stations serve as a refuge for citizens. There were also blackouts in the Sumy region in northeastern Ukraine and in the eastern city of KharkivLocal officials report. Explosions also in Zaporozhye – In the area of \u200b\u200bthe nuclear power plant and in the eastern regions of Dnipropetrovsk – and Kharkiv. Russia is bombing infrastructure, Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov wrote on Telegram: “I order everyone to stay in shelters,” Ukrainian media reported. Governor Senigubov said: “Russian forces have just launched at least three attacks in the Kharkiv region against critical infrastructure in the region.” Kryvyi Rih, the birthplace of President Zelensky, was also affected, where two victims were recovered from the rubble of an apartment building hit by a Russian missile.
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The Russian army took 40 Ukrainian children from Lysychansk and Severodonetsk and transported them to the Stavropol region of the Russian Federation. The accusation comes from the National Center for Resistance, Ukrinform reports.
“The occupiers carried out medical checks on Ukrainian children – claims the National Center for Resistance – to send them to special facilities. In the near future The children will not be returned to their parents until they are picked up themselves, then the family cannot return because the Russians have imposed martial law.. In addition, children are exposed to propaganda by Russians about the causes of the war, using famous Russian actors, athletes, and bloggers.”
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