Russia launches wide attack on Ukrainian energy facilities

Russia launched aerial attacks on energy facilities throughout Ukraine early Wednesday, targeting seven regions with more than 50 missiles as well as drones, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy said. The attacks also damaged the railway station and tracks in the city of Kherson, across the Dnieper River from Russian-held territory, and injured two people in Brovary, adjacent to the capital Kyiv, officials said. Russia consistently targets Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. There was a major aerial attack on energy facilities on April 27 and another a week earlier.

‘Russia’s invasion can’t be solved by rewarding Moscow’

Italy’s president told the UN General Assembly that Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can’t be solved by rewarding its aggression. Sergio Mattarella said many international partners have come to Ukraine’s defence to say solidarity must be given to nations attacked by acts that violate international law.

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