Volodymyr Zelensky, President of Ukraine, says Russia has destroyed around 30% of Ukraine’s power stations within a week
Kyiv claimed Tuesday that 1,100 villages and towns across Ukraine were left without power due to Russia’s 10 day-long strikes against energy facilities.
Russia conducted around “190 strikes with missiles and kamikaze aircrafts in 16 Ukrainian regions and the city of Kyiv” over the past ten days, according to Oleksandr Khorazhyi, spokesperson for Ukraine’s emergency agencies.
“For the moment, 1,162 settlements (in Dnipropetrovsk Kirovograd Zhytomyr Kharkiv Donetsk Zaporizhia Lugansk Mykolaiv and Kherson regions) remain without electricity,” Mr. Khorunzhyi stated.
According to statistics presented during the briefings, the strikes resulted in more than 70 deaths and 240 injuries.
Strikes affected 380 buildings, Mr. Khorunzhyi reported.
He stated that 140 residential buildings were damaged since October 7, 2007.
MykhayloPodolyak, the presidential advisor, said Tuesday that Russia “systematically tries destroy infrastructure facilities in Ukraine through attacking cities and civilians.”
Volodymyr Zilensky, Ukrainian President, stated Tuesday that Russia destroyed around 30% of Ukraine’s power stations within a week.
On Tuesday, Ukraine warned of “critical” threats to its energy grid following the ongoing strikes.
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