Russia launched this Tuesday about a hundred missiles on Ukrainemost of them on energy infrastructure and other civilian targets, according to the Ukrainian military command.
The anti-aircraft alarm has been activated throughout the country and the situation in the energy facilities is “critical”, reported the spokesman for the Ukrainian Air Force, Yurii Ignat, according to the portal ukrinfrom.
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The Ukrainian presidency, through its deputy chief, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, also described as “critical” the situation in which the energy infrastructures in a large part of the country have been left after the massive Russian attacks.
Power supply has been cut off in several regions and cities in Ukraine, including Lviv (west) and Kharkiv (northeast), reports Ukrinform, citing their respective regional authorities.
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“Attack on the capital. According to preliminary information, two residential buildings were hit in the Pechersk district. Several missiles were shot down by the air defense over kyiv,” the capital’s mayor, Vitali Klitschko, wrote in a message on Telegram.
“Russian missiles are killing people and ruining Ukraine’s infrastructure right now. This is what Russia has to say about the peace talks,” Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba said on Twitter.
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“Stop proposing that Ukraine accept Russian ultimatums! This terror can only be stopped with the force of our weapons and principles,” Kuleba added.
Also in Leópolis, at least two explosions were heard, as EFE was able to verify.
“The enemy attacked a critical energy infrastructure facility in the Lviv region. In Lviv there are problems with the supply of electricity and interruptions in mobile telephony,” said the head of the regional military administration, Maksym Kozytskyi.
Also the heads of the regional administrations of Kryvyy Rih, Oleksandr Vilkul; Mykolaiv, Vitaly Kim; Chernihiv, Viacheslav Chaus; Cherkasy, Ihor Stools; Poltava, Dmytro Lunin; and Kharkiv, Oleh Sinegubov, reported the missile attack by Russia and called on the population to remain in the shelters.
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