► New explosion in kyiv, at least two injured
A new explosion sounded Thursday morning in the west of kyiv, where at least two people were injured, said the mayor of the capital, in the midst of a wave of Russian strikes. “Another explosion in the capital. Sviatochyne district. Help is on the spot. Cars are on fire in the courtyard of a residential building,” Vitali Klitschko said on Telegram, adding that two people in this neighborhood had been injured and hospitalized.
Explosions had already sounded on kyiv a little earlier, reported the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Vitali Klitschko. “Explosions in the Holosiivskyi district of the capital. All services go there,” he said on social media, referring to a neighborhood in the south of the city.
► Four dead in the Lviv region
A Russian strike killed at least four civilians – two men and two women – in the Ukrainian region of Lviv (west) early Thursday morning, announced the regional governor, in the midst of a new wave of bombardments across the country.
A Russian missile fell on a residential area in Zolochiv district, destroying three houses, Governor Maksym Kozytsky said on Telegram. “The debris is being cleared, other people may be below,” he added.
► The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant cut off from the electricity grid after a Russian strike
The Zaporizhia nuclear power plant, occupied by the Russian army in southern Ukraine, was cut off from the Ukrainian electricity network after a Russian strike, the Ukrainian nuclear operator said on Thursday, warning of the risk of an accident. .
“The last line of communication between the occupied Zaporizhia nuclear power plant and the Ukrainian electricity grid has been cut due to Russian rocket attacks,” Energatom said in a statement, adding that emergency diesel generators had been activated to ensure the minimum power supply of the plant.
► Strikes on the Kharkiv and Odessa regions in Ukraine
Strikes have targeted Kharkiv and Odessa regions in eastern and southern Ukraine, local officials said Thursday.
In the Odessa region, Governor Maksym Marchneko reported that “missiles hit regional energy infrastructure and damaged residential buildings”, speaking of a “massive missile strike”.
“The enemy carried out about fifteen strikes on the city and the region” of Kharkiv, regional governor Oleg Synegubov said on social networks. The city was left without electricity, water or heating, announced its mayor Igor Terekhov. “There is no more electricity in the whole city, he declared, electric transport does not work. There is no heating and no water supply, due to the lack of voltage in the electricity network”.
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