Ukrainian national network operator, NEC Ukrenergo, Introduced a renewed blackout on Saturday In the capital Kyiv and in seven regions of the SEA. The measure came into effect at 6:00 local time (5:00 in Italy) in Kyiv and in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv and Poltava regions. The manager reminds us that the blackouts will be adjusted daily on the basis of the calendar decided by the local distribution network operators. NEC Ukrenergo also explained that consumption ceilings are necessary to reduce the load on networks and ensure a sustainable balance of the electricity system after attacks on the country’s energy infrastructure by Russian forces.
Yesterday morning the air alert rang all over Ukraine with the exception of occupied Crimea. Authorities called on residents to stay in shelters, and reported a missile threat across the country. Ukranska Pravda Report.
Various Russian missile attacks were reported in the country during the night between Friday and Saturday. The head of the Zaporozhye Regional Military Administration, Oleksandr Starukh, wrote on Telegram that Russian forces had struck the Vilnyansk region with S-300 missiles. After midnight, the enemy attacked the Vilnyansk region with S-300 missiles. No casualties or injuries have been reported at the moment, Staruch wrote, but the buildings of three companies and some cars were damaged.
At least three civilians were killed and eight others were injured, during yesterday’s Russian attacks in the Donetsk regionIn eastern Ukraine: the regional governor, Pavlo Kirilenko, announced, according to the Kyiv Independent newspaper. The area, where about 350,000 people remained despite a mandatory government-imposed evacuation, was subject to another series of heavy Russian bombing overnight.
The Ukrainian army, for its part, bombed the city of Svatovo in the Lugansk Republic (LPR) during the night with four HIMARs missiles, according to reports from the LPR mission to the Joint Ceasefire Control and Coordination Center. from TASS. According to the mission, The Ukrainian army fired four missiles at Svatovo It is 1.20 Moscow time. Investigations into any casualties or damages are still ongoing. According to the mission, the Ukrainian army has fired more than 375 HIMARS missiles since the conflict began.
Meanwhile, the Ukrainian military command reported that its army had done it Yesterday, Russia repelled attacks near 14 settlements in the Lugansk and Donetsk regions of eastern Ukraine. According to the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Kyiv, Ukrainian forces struck important Russian military installations and two command posts, and also destroyed six Russian gas stations near Novovasylvka in the Mykolaiv region.
The Russian bombings last week appear to have focused on civilian infrastructure targets in Ukraine. And so on NEC Ukrenergo, the Ukrainian national grid operator, introduced power outages this morning in the capital Kyiv and seven regions in village. The measure came into effect at 6:00 local time (5:00 in Italy) in Kyiv and in the Kyiv, Chernihiv, Cherkasy, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Kharkiv and Poltava regions. The manager reminds us that the blackouts will be adjusted daily on the basis of the calendar decided by the local distribution network operators. NEC Ukrenergo states that consumption ceilings are necessary to reduce the load on networks and ensure a
Sustained balancing of the electricity system after attacks on the country’s energy infrastructure by Russian forces.
Therefore, in order to support the Ukrainian population’s access to electricity and heating, 17 countries in the European Union – Including Italy – 500 generators sent to Ukraine through the EU Civil Protection Mechanism: The Directorate General of Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid in the European Union wrote in a tweet. In addition to Italy, the countries are Slovenia, Slovakia, Ireland, Austria, Sweden, Spain, Germany, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Cyprus, Poland and France.
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