russian Air Strikes Russia fired more than 70 missiles in a major attack on Friday. Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said heating had been restored to half of the city after the attack, and electricity had been restored to two-thirds of the city.
Russian Air Strikes in Ukraine: After the Russian attacks, the mayor of Ukraine’s capital Kyiv (Kyiv) said in the early hours of Saturday that the city’s metro service has been restored and water supply has also started. Ukraine officials said Russia fired more than 70 missiles at the Kremlin on Friday in one of its biggest attacks since the February 24 attack. Due to this attack of Russia, there was an emergency blackout across the country. Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said heating had been restored to half the city and electricity to two-thirds.
Emergency outage schedule is being implemented
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko wrote on a messaging app that “the emergency outage schedule is being implemented.” Klitschko said earlier this month that there would be an “apocalyptic” situation if the attacks from Russia continued. He also said that there is no need for the people to vacate the city. “We’re fighting and doing everything we can to make sure that doesn’t happen.
Loud bangs heard on Wednesday
Significantly, loud explosions were heard in the capital city of Ukraine, Kyiv in the early hours of Wednesday. Then it was told that Russia has attacked many Iranian drones. However, the mayor of Kyiv claimed that 10 Iranian drones sent by Russia had been shot down. In this attack of Russia, two government buildings of Ukraine were demolished.