More than 500 cities are still without electricity in Ukraine

More than 500 Ukrainian cities remained without power on Sunday after Russian strikes in recent weeks, which severely damaged the national power grid, an Interior Ministry official said.

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The enemy continues to attack the country’s critical infrastructure. Yevgeny Yenin, First Deputy Minister of the Interior, told Ukrainian TV that 507 localities in eight regions of our country are cut off from electricity.

In detail, “Kharkiv region is the most affected, with 112 villages isolated; in the Donetsk and Kherson regions, more than 90; Mykolaiv region, 82; Zaporizhia region, 76; Lugansk region, 43.

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On Saturday, Ukrainian authorities again urged civilians to hold out despite worsening living conditions.

And the governor of the Mykolaiv region had called on television “We must endure.” [sud]Vitalich Kim, While power outages several times a day plunge millions of Ukrainians into darkness, not to mention the cold that settles in homes, where negative temperatures have been for several days.

The prospect of new Russian strikes on Ukraine’s energy grid raises fears of a particularly difficult winter for the civilian population and a new wave of refugees from the country.

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