In recent weeks, the Russian military has continued to attack energy facilities in several regions of Ukraine.
As a result of enemy shelling at night, one of DTEK’s thermal power plants stopped working. The company’s press service reported this on Tuesday, February 13.
“As a result of the attack, the equipment of the plant was seriously damaged. The station stopped producing electricity. After the shelling stopped, the power engineers began to eliminate the consequences and resume the operation of the equipment,” said statement.
According to preliminary information, no one was killed.
On the night of Monday, February 12, Russian occupation forces attacked the Dnieper by attacking unmanned aerial vehicles. According to the mayor of Dnieper, Russian troops attacked civilian infrastructure.
The Kiev Forensic Research Institute confirmed that during the enemy attack on Kyiv on February 7, the enemy used a 3M22 Zircon hypersonic missile.
As you know, on February 7, the Russians launched a missile attack on Kyiv – four civilians were killed and dozens were injured from the debris of the fallen missiles. The media suggested that the enemy attacked the Ukrainian capital with a Zircon missile, but the air defense forces shot it down.
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