32,000 civilian properties and 700 infrastructure facilities have been damaged by Russians

Russian attacks in Ukraine have damaged about 32,000 civilian properties and more than 700 critical infrastructure facilities so far.

Source: Yevhenii Yenin, First Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs, on air during the national joint 24/7 newscast

Quote from Yenin: "As one would expect of terrorists, they [the Russians - ed.] target civilian properties. To date, about 32,000 such properties have been damaged by Russian missiles and shells. These are primarily civilians’ private houses or apartment buildings. Only 3% of recorded attacks have been on military facilities.

Critical infrastructure facilities also remain Russian targets. As of now, more than 700 critical infrastructure facilities - airfields, bridges, oil depots, electricity substations, etc. - are recorded as having been hit by the orcs [Russian soldiers]."

Details: Yenin noted that the Russians "still have a maniacal desire to plunge Ukraine into darkness, and there is no reason to believe that they will stop."

"We may be facing rather difficult times, but the government is also making preparations, and I know that the vast majority of Ukrainians are also preparing for such attacks, and we will not be broken," he promised.

Yenin also reported that 524 settlements in seven regions of Ukraine currently have problems with their electricity supply - either a complete or partial lack of electricity.

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