The war between Russia and Ukraine, which started on February 24, continues despite 9 months. While the clashes between the two sides continue on the front line, the Ukrainian army has been advancing for some time in an offensive state.
THEY TARGET INFRASTRUCTURE FACILITIES
3 people were killed and 6 others injured in an attack by Russian forces on an infrastructure facility in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, during the day. Ukrainian officials reported that explosions were heard in multiple parts of the country and that air alarms were activated throughout the country. After the attack, Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko stated that an infrastructure facility in the city was hit and said, “One of the capital’s infrastructures was hit. Stay in the shelters. The air alert will continue.”
ELECTRIC OUTPUT EXPERIENCED
In Lviv, Ukraine, there was a power outage as a result of rocket attacks by the Russian army against Ukraine. Some businesses in the city met their electricity needs thanks to generators.
MOLDOVA IS ALSO AFFECTED
Moldovan Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Nicu Popescu announced that Russia’s attacks on Ukraine’s infrastructure have caused widespread power outages in Moldova. Speaking on the subject, Minister Popescu said, “Russia’s attacks on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure have left Moldova in the dark again. There are major power cuts throughout the country, including Chisinau and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs building of Moldova. I ordered the ambassador of Russia to be summoned for a statement. ” said.