Russia has already fired more than 1,000 drones and missiles at energy facilities in Ukraine
Since October 2022, Russia has carried out 33 massive attacks on energy infrastructure facilities, firing more than 1,000 drones and missiles at them, Deputy Energy Minister of Ukraine Farid Safarov said on the air of the national telethon, Ukrinform reports.
“Since October and over the next six months, the Ukrainian energy sector has suffered a lot of damage. The terrorist state carried out more than 33 massive attacks, more than 1000 drones and missiles were fired at energy facilities, 270 of which hit CHPs, thermal power plants, hydroelectric power plants, and so on. Twenty-four generation facilities, about half of the transmission system substations, and 43% of the trunk power grids were hit. In most cases, these hits occurred several times,” reported Safarov.