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New Russian Missile Strikes Ukraine’s Central-Eastern Dnipropetrovsk Region



“Kyiv is our heart but Lviv is the soul of Ukraine”

According to local officials, recent Russian missile attacks have seriously damaged the electricity infrastructure in the Dnipropetrovsk region of eastern Ukraine.

According to the head of the Dnipropetrovsk region Valentyn Reznichenko, there is currently no electricity in many settlements in the Pavlohrad and Kamianske districts.

He adds that all emergency services have been activated and issues a warning that a “complete electricity saving regime” is being implemented in the area to provide for the continued operation of “hospitals, transportation, and other critical social infrastructure.”

According to Lviv city mayor Andriy Sadovyi, there is a “severe situation” in the western Lviv region as a result of four electrical stations being damaged by Russian missile attacks this morning, resulting in power outages and water shortages.

According to Sadovyi, one individual has been hurt as a result of the strikes.

He claims that the area is “making maximum use” of generators, but he was unable to predict when complete power would be restored.

Sadovyi was unable to say whether Lviv was being targeted by Russia because it serves as a corridor for Polish weapon supplies.

However, he noted that since Russia’s invasion started, the area has been home to 150,000 internally displaced people (those who have been ejected from their homes) and more than 11,000 injured Ukrainians,  “but Russia still attacks Lviv”.


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