Ukraine restores 15 objects damaged by Russian mass missile attack, says Zelenskyy
Consequences of Russian shelling in Kharkiv (Photo:REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne)
Ukraine has managed to fully restore 15 objects damaged by the recent Russian mass missile attack, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said in a regular evening address on Oct. 14.
“Reconstruction work in the regions after the recent series of Russian terrorist strikes continues,” Zelenskyy said.
“The technical possibility of electricity supply has been restored in most regions. However, energy companies are still forced to use stabilization shutdown schedules in some cities and districts. As many as 15 objects that the Russian terrorists wanted to destroy have already been fully restored. We’ll restore all the others.”
Zelenskyy also once again called on Ukrainians to limit their consumption of electricity during peak hours so that the entire power grid can work stably.
Russia carried out over 84 missile and air strikes against the Ukrainian capital city of Kyiv, and other Ukrainian cities on Oct. 10, killing 20 civilians, and injuring over 100.
In addition, 205 objects were damaged, including 45 buildings (30 of which were multi-story residential buildings), critical infrastructure objects, cultural sites and other civilian objects.
The next day, on Oct. 11, Russia launched almost 30 cruise missiles at Ukraine, and carried out seven air strikes and about 25 attacks from multiple launch rocket launchers. Ukrainian air defenses destroyed 32 air targets.
The enemy damaged infrastructure in around a dozen settlements across Ukraine.
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