Russian missile strikes have knocked out power and water supply lines to Kharkiv once again
Russian missile strikes on Monday, September 12, 2022, have taken down power and halted the water supply in Kharkiv once again, Kharkiv Mayor Ihor Terekhov posted on Telegram.
“The situation of yesterday evening is repeated. Because of the shelling, critical infrastructure facilities were disabled,” Terekhov wrote. “Power engineers, rescuers, and utility workers are working to eliminate the consequences of the shelling.”
This weekend, Terekhov called these targeted strikes on the region’s infrastructure “revenge” by Russia for Ukraine’s recent battlefield successes.