The authorities of the Ukrainian capital, Kyiv, announced on Wednesday that 3 people were killed and 3 others were injured as a result of “a Russian raid that struck a two -storey building.”
Associated Press quoted officials – who did not name them – as saying that Russia “carried out raids in a number of Ukrainian cities, including Kyiv, targeted the infrastructure.”
The officials pointed to the power outages in a number of Ukrainian cities, in addition to the neighboring Republic of Moldova, where the electricity transmission lines extend between the two countries.
For his part, the Minister of Infrastructure at Moldova Andrei Spino said that his country is witnessing a widespread power in all parts, similar to what happened on November 15.
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Earlier in the day, media reports reported that explosions were heard in the capital, Kyiv.
The last attack came hours after the Ukrainian authorities announced that a missile attack during the night destroyed a wing of childbirth in South Ukraine Hospital, killing a two -day -old infant, according to the US agency.