Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said about 70% of the Ukrainian capital was still without power
The Ukrainian capital Kyiv remained without heat or power on Friday after the most devastating Russian air strikes on the country's energy grid so far, as residents were warned to brace for further attacks and stock up on water, food and warm clothing.
Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko said about 70% of the Ukrainian capital was still without power. "During the day, energy companies plan to reconnect electricity for all consumers on an alternating basis," he wrote on Telegram, as temperatures approached freezing.
The systematic Russian attacks have been denounced by Ukraine's allies as a "war crime" and come in the wake of a string of military setbacks for Russia on the frontlines. Western leaders denounced the bombing campaign. “Strikes against civilian infrastructures are war crimes,” French President Emmanuel Macron tweeted.... Read More: i24