The Russian Federation shelled Kyiv and the region: what is known

The Russian Federation shelled Kyiv and the region: what is known

Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klychko and the head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration Oleksiy Kuleba inform about this.

The mayor of the capital, Vitaliy Klitschko, said on the air of the telethon that 21 of the 31 missiles flying at Kyiv were shot down.

It is known that a two-story building in Kyiv was damaged as a result of an enemy hit. According to Klitschko, the number of victims of explosions in the capital has increased to 9 people, 8 of them have been hospitalized in Kyiv medical facilities. One victim was treated by medics on the spot.

Former mayor of Kyiv Klitschko reported in a telegram that one of the capital’s infrastructure facilities had been hit.

He too stated, that due to shelling, water supply has been suspended throughout Kyiv. There is also no electricity in some districts of Kyiv. Energy experts report emergency shutdowns.

“Kyivvodokanal’s specialists are working to restore it as soon as possible. Please, just in case, stock up on water. Specialists are doing everything possible to return water to the homes of Kyiv residents,” Klitschko wrote.

In KMDA reported, that the metropolitan metro operates in a limited mode, as a large number of people use it as a shelter. It is also known that the movement of the ring electric train has been temporarily suspended in Kyiv.

At the same time, Oleksiy Kuleba is the head of the Kyiv Regional Military Administration statedthat there were several flights to critical infrastructure facilities.

“We also hit high-rise buildings in Vyshhorod and the private sector in Chabany. There are more than 20 victims who are already receiving all the necessary assistance. Unfortunately, one person died,” he said.

In addition, according to him, the Kyiv region is completely without electricity. There is also partial lack of heating and water supply.

Kuleba also emphasized that “Points of Invincibility” are being deployed in the region, where there is heat, communication and alternative power.

“It is important for everyone to know the address of the nearest point – all the information is available on the websites of district councils and local self-government bodies! Also contact city councils, village councils, elders or police representatives,” added the head of KOVA.

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