Ukrainian agencies and mayors report explosions across multiple Ukrainian cities at 3:00 am.
Russia launched a large-scale raid on Thursday morning, targeting the Black Sea port of Odessa, Kharkov, Kiev, and the Dnipro region, causing power cuts in several areas
Maksym Marchenko, governor of the Odessa region, wrote on Telegram that a mass missile attack targeted a power plant in the city, which resulted in power cuts, however, no casualties have been reported yet.
“As a result of a mass missile strike, an energy infrastructure site was hit in the region as well as residences,” Marchenko said on Telegram, as reported by The Guardian, adding that “Fortunately, there are no casualties. Electricity restrictions are in effect.”
Similarly, the governor of the Kharkov region, Oleh Synehubov claimed that approximately 15 strikes hit the region’s infrastructure while other strikes were allegedly reported in Dnipro.
“The enemy made about 15 strikes on the city and region,” Synehubov wrote on Telegram, adding “Infrastructure was again among the targets. Information on casualties is being clarified.”