STRIKES IN UKRAINE: WHAT WE KNOW
This Thursday, March 9, many Ukrainian cities are targeted by Russian strikes, from kyiv to Dnipro. At least several dozen attacks have been recorded. Buildings were destroyed in Odessa, Kharkiv and even in the capital of the country, causing injuries to at least two people. This Thursday morning, at least 15% of the inhabitants of kyiv are without electricity.
Undoubtedly, Kharkiv is one of the most affected cities. According to Oleg Sinegubov, head of the Kharkiv region administration, the Russians carried out “about 15 strikes on the city and the region”. “Critical infrastructures are once again targeted by the occupants,” he criticizes.
Massive strikes in Ukraine, explosions in kyivSource : TF1 News
Zaporizhia nuclear power plant is “without electricity” after a Russian strike, says the Ukrainian nuclear operator.
“The last line of communication between the occupied Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and the Ukrainian electricity grid has been cut due to Russian rocket attacks,” Energatom said in a statement, adding that emergency diesel generators had been activated to ensure the minimum power supply of the plant.
AT LEAST 2 INJURED IN kyiv
At least two injured in kyiv, according to the mayor. “Another explosion in the capital. Sviatochyne district. Rescuers are on the spot. Cars are on fire in the courtyard of a residential building,” Vitali Klitschko said.
WAVE OF MASSIVE STRIKES
Explosions sounded in kyiv on Thursday morning, the Ukrainian capital’s mayor Vitali Klitschko reported, following a wave of massive strikes across the country.
“Explosions in the Holosiivskyi district of the capital. All services are on site,” Klitschko said on social media, referring to a district in the south of the city.
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