Kharkiv and Kyiv oblasts energy systems experience most difficulties after Russian attack Zelenskyy

President Volodymyr Zelenskyy announced that after the large-scale Russian missile strike on Saturday, 14 January, the most difficult situation with electricity is in Kharkiv Oblast and Kyiv Oblast.

Source: President's evening address

Quote: "Unfortunately, energy infrastructure facilities were also hit. In this regard, the most difficult situation is in Kharkiv Oblast and Kyiv Oblast.

Repair crews are doing everything possible to restore electricity generation and supply as soon as possible, and work will continue around the clock."

Details: The President also assured that the invaders will definitely get a response on the battlefield.

Zelenskyy listed the cities that the Russians attacked on Saturday.

"Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odesa, Kryvyi Rih, Dnipro, Vinnytsia, Ladyzhyn, Burshtyn, Lviv Oblast, Khmelnytskyi and other cities were targeted by terrorists. Civilian objects [were hit – ed.] in all of them!" he said.

The house in Dnipro, which was hit by a Russian missile, is located on a street called Naberezhna Peremohy [Victory Waterfront], the president noted.

"When they gave this name to this street, they had in mind the victory over the Nazis in the Second World War. The Ruscists took after that enemy of the free world. It is obvious. And we must do everything to stop Ruscism in the same way that the free world once stopped Nazism," he added.

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