Power outages and water shortages hit parts of Ukraine’s northeastern Kharkiv region on Sunday, after Russia’s attacks, the regional governor said.
“(Russian) invaders hit critical infrastructure in Kharkov city and region,” Olegh Synehubov told Telegram.
“There is no electricity or water in a few residential areas. Fires broke out where these attacks took place, and emergency teams are getting the flames under control.”
According to another report, the regional governor, Valentyn Reznichenko, said that Russian forces also struck the electricity infrastructure in Ukraine’s central Dnipropetrovsk region, interrupting the electricity supply of many cities.
“Some cities and communities are without electricity. The Russians hit the energy infrastructure,” Reznichenko wrote on Telegram.
“We will manage. All services are running. We will restore everything as soon as possible.”