Following Kyiv and the Dnieper, Ternopil, Lvov, as well as the Zhytomyr and Khmelnytsky regions, were subjected to missile strikes. In Zhytomyr, electricity was lost throughout the city, it is also absent in certain areas of Kyiv, Lviv and Ternopil. In Kyiv, the movement of trains on one of the branches was stopped, the stations will work as underground shelters.
According to Ukrainian media and heads of regional military administrations, the Poltava and Kirovohrad regions were also hit. The head of the Kirovohrad OVA Andrey Raykovich announced his arrival in the Kropyvnytskyi district, which is the administrative center of the region.
Air defense worked in the Lviv region. This was announced by the head of the OVA Maxim Kozitsky. According to Mayor Andriy Sadovyi, there were interruptions in communication in Lviv, but this is temporary. Also, schools in the city were transferred to distance learning. Electricity has been cut off in parts of the city. Sadovoy later said that the operation of the thermal power plant in Lviv was suspended, there was no hot water, and backup power generators were launched.
The shelling of Kiev continues. Minister of Culture Oleksandr Tkachenko said that the building of the Philharmonic, the museum of Bogdan and Varvara Khanenko, and the Shevchenko museum were damaged as a result of the shelling of Kyiv. The photographs of eyewitnesses show that the rockets hit the Kyiv National University. Taras Shevchenko and in the park of the same name opposite.
The Ukrainian media are also publishing a video of a missile attack on a pedestrian and bicycle bridge across the Volodymyrsky Spusk, which is popularly called the “Klitschko Bridge”. This is a metal three-span girder bridge 216 meters long in the central part of Kyiv. Opened in May 2019.
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