The second mass missile attack on October 11 hit 33 energy sector facilities.
Wednesday, October 12, 2022

The second mass missile attack on October 11 hit 33 energy sector facilities.

On October 11, the Russian Federation carried out 33 attacks on energy infrastructure facilities in Ukraine, Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal reported. The enemy continued to launch dozens of missiles, at the cost of hundreds of millions of dollars, so Ukrainians will be without electricity for a day or two. Shmyhal urged Ukrainians to limit electricity consumption during peak hours. The prime minister also added that a power outage schedule is being utilized due to the need to restore damaged critical infrastructure in some regions. However, Shmyhal emphasized that Ukraine currently does not need emergency energy imports from EU countries.

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