Ukraine switches to emergency shutdowns to stabilise its power grid after Monday’s Russian missile attacks, says President Volodymyr Zelensky.
According to Zelensky, many regions were affected, and the local authorities warned that about half of the Kyiv region would remain without electricity in the coming days. More missiles has hit critical infrastructure and residential houses over night near the southern city of Zaporizhzhia, regional officials said.
Though no report of casualties but four people were killed in Monday’s attacks.
However, Ukraine is now seeing snow and sub-zero temperatures in many regions, and millions are without electricity and running water. There are fears that a number of people may die of hypothermia.