After Russian attacks, 30% of power plants were destroyed, says Kiev


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Serviços de emergência controlam um incêndio após bombardeio em Kiev (Kyiv), Ucrânia, 18 de outubro de 2022, em meio à invasão da Rússia.

Emergency services control a fire after bombing in Kiev (Kyiv), Ukraine,of October , amid the invasion of Russia.| Photo: EFE

Attacks by Russian forces carried out this Tuesday (13) against Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, left two dead and one injured, in addition to hitting another supply facility electricity.

The mayor of the Ukrainian capital, Vitali Klitschko, commented on the new offensive, the third against the city this week, and confirmed that “two essential infrastructure facilities” were hit, which caused partial cuts in water supply and electricity.

Furthermore, the municipal political leader reported that five people died yesterday in other kamikaze drone attacks against a residential building in central Kiev.

Russian attacks were also recorded against other cities in Ukraine, such as Zhytom yr, Mykolayv, Zaporizhzhia , Kharkiv, Kryvyi Rih and Dnipro, in the south and east of the country.

The wave of bombings against power plants that started on Monday of last week () destroyed 20% of power plants and forced the Ukrainian authorities to take measures to stabilize the grid, such as suspending electricity exports to European Union (EU) countries.

In addition, it was recommended to the population to save energy, in particular during peak consumption.

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