In a third of the houses in Kyiv, it was possible to return the heat supply, disabled due to shelling. This was announced by the mayor of the city Vitali Klitschko in the Telegram channel.
According to Klitschko, half of the residents do not yet have electricity in their homes. “During the day, power engineers plan to connect electricity to all consumers in turn - for three hours,” he wrote.
Water supply in the city has been completely restored, the Kyiv city military administration reports, although some houses still have low water pressure.
There are still problems with mobile communications in the city.
On November 23, Russia once again attacked Ukrainian energy facilities. As a result of the shelling, interruptions began in the operation of all operating nuclear power plants controlled by Kyiv, the power units of the South Ukrainian and Khmelnitsky nuclear power plants were turned off, and the Rivne nuclear power plant was transferred to emergency mode. Emergency power outages have been introduced in almost all regions of Ukraine, and Kyiv has been almost completely left without electricity. Also, due to Russian shelling, half of Moldova was left without electricity.