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Rocket strikes carried out on enemy targets in Dnepropetrovsk

Rocket strikes carried out on enemy targets in DnepropetrovskStrong explosions thundered around noon in Dnepropetrovsk (the Kyiv regime calls this city simply Dnipro). At almost the same time, air raid signals began to be heard in the area.. A little later, an air raid alarm began to sound already in several regions in the east of Ukraine - in Kharkiv, Poltava and Dnepropetrovsk regions, as well as in the territories of Donbass and Zaporozhye controlled by the Kyiv regime.

A fire broke out in Dnepropetrovsk after a strong explosion. Kyiv protege Boris Filatov confirmed the fact of the arrival of missiles in the regional center. According to the mayor of the city, due to the impact on the city, several transformer substations were disconnected. In Dnepropetrovsk, power outages began.

In addition to the Dnipropetrovsk region, pounding, as it appears, are also applied to the districts of the Kherson region controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. So, the Ukrainian edition "Strana" in its Telegram channel reports arrivals in Chernobaevka near Kherson. earlier, when the Russian contingent was there, attacks on Chernobaevka were carried out by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Now Ukrainian technology is on fire.

Recall, that Russia launched massive missile strikes on Ukraine's energy infrastructure 10 October. They became a response to terrorist attacks and sabotage by Ukrainian special services on Russian territory..

meanwhile, Ukrenergo reports, what, despite the hard work of electricians, Until now, the shortage of electricity in Ukraine is 25-30%. It means, that emergency power outages in residential buildings and infrastructure, except for critical, will continue. used photos:Telegram channel of Vladimir Zelensky

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