Two days after the heavy Russian rocket attacks on the Ukrainian electricity and water supply, half of the consumers in the capital Kyiv still had no electricity in the morning, according to Mayor Vitali Klitschko. A third of Kiev's houses are already heated again, Klitschko said on the Telegram news channel.
On Wednesday, after massive Russian rocket attacks on the Ukrainian energy infrastructure, the power supply failed across the country. Technicians repaired destroyed nets around the clock.
According to the network operator Ukrenerho, half of the electricity requirements were covered again on Thursday evening. Most thermal and hydroelectric power plants produced electricity again. For the past nine months, Russia has been waging a war of aggression against the neighboring country and is targeting the energy infrastructure.