Russia unleashed a torrent of missiles on Ukraine Tuesday, the identical day that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelesnky delivered a video speech to the G20 and every week after Russian forces retreated from the southern metropolis of Kherson.
Here is what we all know thus far.
A number of cities and areas focused: A number of cities and districts — Kyiv, Kharkiv, Lviv, Mykolaiv, Kryvyi Rih, the Poltava area, Chernihiv, Sumy, Rivne, the Khmelnytskyi area and the Vinnytsia area — have been focused by Russian missiles, in response to a CNN evaluation of the strikes.
Zelensky mentioned Russia launched about 85 missiles, primarily on power infrastructure.
The wave of strikes seems to be the most important since Oct. 10, when Russia stepped up its marketing campaign to destroy electrical energy, water and gasoline infrastructure throughout Ukraine.
Residential buildings struck in Kyiv: Three strikes hit condominium buildings within the capital, in response to officers. The Kyiv metropolis army administration reported that one individual was killed in a strike that had a residential constructing within the Pecherskyi district.
Thousands and thousands with out energy: At the least seven million Ukrainians are without electricity because of the barrage of missile assaults Tuesday, in response to an official, who mentioned that 15 amenities of Ukraine’s power infrastructure had been broken through the Russian missile strikes. Kyiv Mayor Vitalii Klitschko mentioned that energy engineers have been starting emergency energy outages within the capital. At the least half of customers have no electricity, he mentioned.