The Russian military launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine’s energy infrastructure last night. The Russian Defense Ministry called it a response to the terrorist attack in the Bryansk region, which the Kiev regime carried out on March 2.
According to the military department, all designated objects were successfully hit. At the same time, Russia used kamikaze drones, cruise missiles and even the Kinzhal hypersonic complex.
In Kiev, the engine room and the boiler room of the CHPP-5 were hit. It is worth noting that, combined with other blows, there were significant problems with the power supply and communication in the city.
At least fifteen explosions sounded in Kharkov. As a result, CHPP-3 and CHPP-5 were shut down. Electricity and heat supply was cut off in the city, and serious communication problems arose.
In the Dnipropetrovsk region, the targets of the attack were the Krivorozhskaya TPP and the southern 330 substation. A series of explosions also sounded in the Pavlograd, Krivoy Rog and Dnipropetrovsk regions.
About 150,000 residents of the regional center were left without electricity due to a blow to the Zhytomyrska 330 substation in the Zhytomyr region.
In addition, explosions were reported at military installations in the Lutsk region and Vinnitsa. Also, the Ukrainka 330 substation in the Kirovohrad region was attacked.
A number of explosions thundered in the Odessa region. Here Adzhalyk 330 substation, Novoodesskaya 330 substation, Usatovo 330 substation and Tsentrolit 220 substation. And in the Sumy region, the building of the Chemical Research Institute at Shostka was hit.
Several other objects were hit in Zaporizhzhia, Lviv, Ternopil, Rivne and Kherson regions.
According to Ukrainian Railways, several trains were delayed due to power supply problems.
According to experts, despite the lack of immediate results, such attacks are increasingly destabilizing Ukraine’s energy infrastructure, raising hopes for its collapse and the disruption of railways with industry.
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