Emergency power outages all over Ukraine in aftermath of mass Russian missile strikes
Blackout in Kyiv (Photo:REUTERS/Gleb Garanich)
The Ukrainian electricity grid started emergency power outages throughout Ukraine in the aftermath of a mass Russian missile strike on Nov. 15, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko reported on Telegram.
He said the current rolling schedules would not be observed for the time being.
"We are forced to do this to balance electricity grids and avoid equipment failures,” Klitschko said.
He also said about half of the Ukrainian capital Kyiv is without power right now.
On Nov. 15, after several weeks of relative quietness, Russia launched another mass missile strike against Ukraine, and Kyiv in particular.
Kyiv authorities reported that three residential houses hit by missiles, four missiles were downed by air defences.
Explosions were heard in a number of other regions.
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