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Russia massively attacks Ukraine’s infrastructure with missiles, apparently in revenge. This is the so-called “response” to the Crimean Bridge explosion.

This was stated by the head of the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin, reports RBC.

“Yes, Russia is hitting Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. But who started it? Who hit the Crimean Bridge? Who blew the power lines of the Kursk nuclear power plant, which does not supply water Donetsk?” V. Putin explained.

He also complained about the reaction of the world community condemning the Russian terror perpetrated in the peaceful cities of Ukraine.

“The West ignores Ukraine’s actions against Russia, but Moscow’s retaliatory actions cause a wave of informational noise. As soon as we move, we do something, and there is the greatest noise and commotion. This will not prevent us from achieving our combat goals,” V. Putin added.

The explosions on the Crimean Bridge took place on October 8, and two days later, on October 10, Russian forces launched a massive rocket attack on the entire territory of Ukraine, including infrastructure.

During the recent attacks by the Russian army, more than 1,000 bombs were dropped on the Ukrainian power grid. rockets.

This was stated by Volodymyr Kudryckis, the head of the public electricity network operator Ukrenergo, quoted by The Guardian.

He said the eight waves of strikes had already caused severe damage to critical infrastructure, leading to severe power outages across much of the country.

“During these attacks, humanity has dealt the biggest blow ever to power grids.” More than 1,000 projectiles and rockets were fired at substations and power lines,” V. Kudryckis said.

Although, according to the head of the network operator, Ukraine currently has a large electricity deficit, “the system is still working” and is not completely shut down.

The country’s President Volodymyr Zelensky said in a video address released on Wednesday that Ukraine was increasing the volume of electricity supply every day, but disruptions remained in the capital Kyiv and several other regions.

“We have to remember…that 100% is no longer possible to restore the energy system so that it is the same as it was before the energy terror launched by Russia,” the president noted.

Russia is trying in every way to prevent Ukraine from receiving energy equipment from other countries. To this end, Moscow is looking for pro-Russian politicians and lobbyists in the West.

This was reported by the “rbc.ua” portal on Thursday, citing Ukrainian Deputy Energy Minister Yaroslav Demchenkov.

“War is not only on the battlefield. Russia is trying to weaken sanctions in various ways, to influence European society and politicians,” J. Demchenkov said.

He pointed out that in winter Putin has the most important trump card – “general coldness”.

“He really wants to take advantage of this situation. Today, Ukraine is considered the favorite of Western countries, but there are still pro-Russian politicians there. “Every country that has received a lot of money from trade with the Russia for many years has its lobbyists,” the deputy minister said.

According to the official, as soon as the enemy learns that Ukraine is asking for help, he immediately uses his influence.

“This is precisely why we have to fight on two fronts: one is in Ukraine on the battlefield, and the other is in Europe, where we are defending Ukraine’s position and promoting sanctions against Russia. “, concluded J. Demchenkov.

The portal recalls that Russia has been intensively bombarding the Ukrainian energy system with missiles for almost two months. Meanwhile, more than 300 rockets and drones attacked the country’s energy facilities.

Source: The Delfi

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