Kyiv Gov. Confirms Russian Missiles, Says No “Critical Consequences”

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(Last Updated On: 2022-12-05)


The Governor of Ukraine’s Kyiv region, Oleksiy Kuleba, has said that some of the region’s infrastructure has been hit by Russian missiles.

Kuleba said that 40% of the region is without electricity, but added that there were no “critical consequences”.

Today, Ukrainian officials say Russia has launched a range of missile strikes across the country.

Vitali Klitschko, Kyiv’s mayor, warned residents on Telegram to stay inside shelters as air raid sirens were ongoing in the capital.

Moscow’s missile strikes have targeted Ukraine’s energy infrastructure leaving millions of people without power.

On Monday, Ukraine’s state-run Ukrenergo energy company said its infrastructure had been hit by strikes causing emergency power outages.

It did not specify which facilities were hit.


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