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Russian energy infrastructure destruction makes Ukrainians “fearful”

Russian energy infrastructure destruction makes Ukrainians “fearful”

Russian energy infrastructure destruction makes Ukrainians “fearful”

Russian energy infrastructure destruction makes Ukrainians “fearful”

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  • Civilians in Ukraine are “fearing an increasingly dark and cold winter,” says Christiana Amanpour.
  • The strikes came amid an expanding partnership between Iran and Russia that has included Tehran sending drones to Moscow for use in Ukraine.

As strikes by Moscow on vital infrastructure increase and more residents lose electricity, Ukrainians are “getting more and more fearful.”

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“We are seeing people actually getting more and more fearful about what an increasingly dark and cold winter might mean.”

According to the mayor of the city, the widespread Kremlin assault on energy facilities on Friday caused electricity in close to 500,000 houses in the capital to be disrupted.

“450,000 consumers, that is households in Kyiv, are out of power this morning. It is one and a half times more than the recent days,” Vitali Klitschko said on Telegram.

“Stabilization outages are applied due to overloading of the central unit of the country’s energy system. I urge all city residents to save electricity as much as possible because the situation remains difficult.”

The recent strikes came amid an expanding partnership between Iran and Russia in recent months, which has included Tehran sending drones and other equipment to Moscow for use in Russia’s war in Ukraine. This partnership has resulted in Iran sending drones and other equipment to Russia for use in Russia’s war in Ukraine.

“If that continues at pace, it’s going to be very, very hard for the people here,” Amanpour said of the collaboration between both countries.

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