Russian military have once more attacked Kyiv and other significant cities in order to assault Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.

Three explosions, according to presidential advisor Kyrylo Tymoshenko, were reported in Kyiv, and just after 9:00 a.m., People¬†observed smoke rising on the city’s left bank (6:00 GMT).

Russian planes attack Ukranian power plants
Russian planes attack Ukranian power plants

Power outages were recorded in Zhytomyr, while two facilities in Dnipro’s core city sustained major damage.

 

The most recent assaults happened 24 hours after “kamikaze” drones attacked Kyiv.

 

At least eight people were murdered by the unmanned drones, which are thought to be Iranian-made, in the capital and the northern city of Sumy. They also destroyed essential infrastructure, causing power outages in hundreds of towns and villages.

 

The US claims that Iran’s “kamikaze” drones violate sanctions.

13 people are killed when a Russian warplane crashes into an apartment building.

In response, President Volodymyr Zelensky stated that the occupying forces in Russia were still terrorising and killing citizens, which is what they “do best.”

 

You might be intrested to read: Russian missile kills 17 people in in Ukraine in recent attack

Although Mr. Tymoshenko, deputy director of the presidential office, said an S-300 anti-aircraft missile was launched at a residential building in the southern city of Mykolaiv overnight, killing one person, it was initially unclear whether drones were involved in Tuesday’s strikes. The flower market for the city was also devastated. Other assaults early on Tuesday included:

 

In the eastern city of Kharkiv, there were reports of shelling.

According to accounts, one region along the Dnipro River bank was left without electricity and water as a result of the strikes on a power plant in Kyiv.

The mayor of Zhytomyr, a city west of Kiev, stated that there was no water or electricity in the city, and hospitals were attempting to develop backup power sources.

Although no one was reported injured, Zaporizhzhia in the south also sustained damage to its infrastructure.

Earlier, the US declared that it concurred with its partners in France and the United Kingdom that Iran’s acquisition of drones breached a UN Security Council resolution connected to a nuclear accord that forbade the transfer of certain military equipment.

 

The drones used in the fatal strikes on Kyiv and Sumy have been identified by Ukraine as Shahed-136 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). According to US State Department official Vedant Patel, sanctions would be used without hesitation.

 

The EU declared that it was compiling data and prepared to take action.

 

In the meanwhile, 218 prisoners, including 108 Ukrainian women, were traded in one of the largest prisoner exchanges since Russia’s conflict started in February.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *