March 25, 2023

Destruction will happen now! Russia fired 70 missiles rapidly, Ukraine’s light is becoming dull, there is a plan to kill even with the cold

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At least three people were killed in the attack, nine energy facilities were damaged
The attacks have disrupted essential services such as water and electricity in many parts of Ukraine.
Restoring power may take longer after Russian missiles hit key infrastructure sites

moscow, The war between Russia and Ukraine that has been going on for months is getting more and more frightening. Russia has come in a completely cross mood and is bombarding Ukraine. On Friday, Russia, which is moving towards full scale war on Ukraine, pushed the country towards blackout by raining hundreds of missiles one after the other. The attack killed at least three people, damaged nine energy facilities and forced Ukraine to introduce a nationwide emergency blackout, according to a report by news agency Reuters. The attacks have disrupted essential services such as water and electricity services in many parts of Ukraine, in a country battling severe winter.

Meanwhile, the national energy provider sounded the alarm and warned Ukrainians that it could take a long time to restore power after dozens of Russian missiles targeted key infrastructure sites in the north, south and center of the country. In a statement accessed by AFP news agency, Ukrenergo said priority would be given to critical infrastructure, including hospitals, water supply facilities, heat supply facilities and sewage treatment plants.

Residents were seen wrapped in winter coats in underground metro stations after air raid sirens sounded on Friday, marking the ninth wave of Russian aerial bombardment since October. At the same time, the European Union’s foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, slept through these attacks in the midst of the bitter cold. “These brutal, inhumane attacks are aimed at increasing human suffering and depriving the Ukrainian people, but also of hospitals, emergency services and other vital services like electricity, heating and water,” Borrell said in a statement, adding that they Missile attacks violate ‘war crimes’.

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