Ukraine War: 10 million people in Ukraine were forced to live without electricity after Russia's attack

Posted on 18th Nov 2022 10:38 am by rohit kumar

Russia has once again intensified missile attacks on Ukraine. Russia once again targeted Ukraine's energy plants on Thursday. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said that some 10 million people in the war-torn country have been left without electricity after the latest Russian missile attacks. The capital of Kyiv, the second largest city of Kharkiv, the port city of Odesa, and the central Ukrainian cities of Dnipro and Zaporizhia have been targeted in the latest missile attacks.


Energy plants heavily damaged in Russia's latest missile strikes

President Zelensky said in a video address on Thursday, 'More than 10 million residents are living without electricity amid this critical hour of war. Due to the latest Russian attacks, the energy plants have suffered heavy losses. Most of these are in Vinnytsia, Odesa, Sumy, and Kyiv regions. We are doing everything possible to restore the power supply. At the same time, Zelensky told that many people have been injured in the latest Russian missile attacks, and everyone is being helped. Let us tell you that this attack happened when Ukrainian engineers are trying to restore the power system by compensating for the damage caused by the previous attacks.


Ukraine's difficulties may increase...!

The first snowfall of the cold season occurred in Kyiv, Ukraine. In a few days, there will be severe cold here. In such a situation, the shortage of electricity and water will increase the difficulties of the citizens. Zelensky said that the number of people injured in the attack could increase. The president said that the day before the attack, the Ukrainian military managed to shoot down six Russian cruise missiles and five drones. In another appeal to allies and partners, Zelensky said, "Only the absolute security of Ukrainian skies will protect both Ukraine and Europe." Meanwhile, state-owned energy firm Naftogaz said its gas production facilities in the east of Ukraine were damaged by a "large-scale" attack. It is almost destroyed.


Ukraine came under another widespread attack on Tuesday, as dozens of long-range missiles lashed Russia, the BBC reported. This is one of the biggest attacks ever in Russia-Ukraine which started on 24 February. It is being told that 15 people were injured in the attack in Dnipro, while three people were reported injured in Kharkiv and one person in Odesa.


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