Russian strikes hit Kharkiv
This morning, Russian missiles hit the city of Kharkiv cutting off energy for thousands of residents.
“After the morning arrivals, the situation in Kharkiv is rather complicated,” wrote Ihor Terekhov, mayor of Kharkiv, on Telegram.
“The blow fell on a critical infrastructure facility, as a result of which the subway and ground electric transport were de-energised. At the moment, we have managed to launch the Kholodnogorsko-Zavodskaya line, and we have replaced trolleybuses and trams with buses.
“There are also problems with water supply, but power engineers and our public utilities are doing everything possible to resume water supply to the homes of Kharkiv residents as soon as possible. All services are working to restore the normal life support of Kharkiv.
“Together we will stand and win.”