The Russian military launched a missile attack on Lviv, said the mayor of the city Andriy Sadovoy. According to him, the attack fell on a "critical infrastructure facility."
Part of the city was again left without electricity.
The governor of the Lviv region, Maxim Kozitsky, said that the blow in the Lviv region, according to preliminary data, was inflicted "on an energy facility." He later clarified that there were three explosions in total at two "energy facilities" in the region. According to him, as soon as the alarm ends, all services will be involved in the prompt resumption of the network.
On the morning of October 10, Russia shelled the territory of Ukraine. The attacks were targeted at various cities, including Kyiv and Lvov. Part of Lviv was left without electricity, the operation of the city's thermal power plants was suspended, and problems with water supply began.
According to the latest data from the General Staff of Ukraine, Russia fired 87 cruise missiles in Ukraine, 46 of which were shot down by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. According to the State Emergency Service of Ukraine, on the morning of October 11, following the results of two days, 19 dead in the country and 105 wounded were known. There is no electricity in 300 Ukrainian settlements.
On the morning of October 11, Russia continued shelling Ukraine. Explosions were heard in the Odessa, Khmelnitsky, Kyiv, Dnepropetrovsk and Nikolaev regions.