Posted 13 октября 2022,, 07:28

Published 13 октября 2022,, 07:28

Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38

In the Kyiv region, attacks on critical infrastructure resumed

In the Kyiv region, attacks on critical infrastructure resumed

13 октября 2022, 07:28
The deputy head of the office of the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, announced another air raid alert and new strikes on critical infrastructure in the Kyiv region. Residents are told to stay in shelters.

According to Tymoshenko, the strikes are carried out by kamikaze drones. Data on new strikes were also confirmed by the head of the Kiev regional administration, Alexei Kuleba, and the head of the Makarov community of the Kiev region, Vadim Tokar, RBC notes.

An air alert on the territory of Ukraine is announced daily from October 10. Rocket strikes have already damaged power supply and communications facilities. During the strikes, up to a third of the country's energy facilities were damaged. In Lvov and a number of other cities, the strikes led to power outages.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Kiev of a terrorist attack on the Crimean bridge and promised a "tough" response. As a result of an explosion on the bridge of a truck, seven fuel tanks of the railway train ignited, and two automobile spans of the bridge collapsed. The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation believes that the emergency on the bridge was the result of a terrorist attack committed at the suggestion of the special services of Ukraine.

“It is simply impossible to leave such crimes unanswered,” the Russian president said, adding that by such actions, the Kyiv regime puts itself on a par with international terrorist groups.

Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev said that the massive attacks on Ukraine, recorded on the morning of October 10, are not the last. He promised that after the first episode, new ones should be expected.

The UN condemned the actions of the Russian Federation. NATO countries have imposed sanctions against Russia and continue to provide large-scale assistance to Ukraine, including military. Since September 21, partial mobilization has been announced in Russia, within the framework of which over 200,000 reservists have been added to the army.