Russian strikes Tuesday, Oct. 11, on the central Ukraine region of Dnipropetrovsk did “serious” damage to energy facilities, the region’s head said, on the second day of massive missile salvos across Ukraine.
“The Russians fired missiles at energy infrastructure in the Pavlohrad and Kamian districts. There is serious destruction. Many settlements still do not have electricity,” the regional governor Valentyn Reznychenko said on social media.
The Ukrainian military’s southern command said Russian forces had fired missiles at the southern Mykolaiv and Odesa regions, also causing damage to energy infrastructure.
“During a massive attack in the first half of the day, the enemy launched 16 cruise missiles… on south Ukraine. It has also dispatched two kamikaze drones against sites of critical infrastructure,” the military said, according to the Interfax news agency.
“Following drone and missiles attacks, two such sites were damaged” in the southwest, in Vinnytsia region, and “two workers were injured”, it added.
In the capital Kyiv the authorities have asked the inhabitants to limit electricity use after strikes on infrastructure
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