A Russian rocket fell in the north of Moldova
This morning, a Russian rocket fell in the village of Naslavcha, Oknytsky District, in the north of the country.
This was reported by the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the country.
There were no casualties as a result of the rocket's fall, but windows were broken in several houses.
And, Residents of Kyiv region are urged to prepare for a long-term lack of electricity
Due to massive shelling in the region, there is damage to the energy infrastructure. Part of the Kyiv region remained without electricity. Energy experts are already working on eliminating the consequences. This was reported by the head of the region Oleksiy Kuleba.
"Emergency power cuts are introduced in the region! Prepare for long-term power outages," he added.
According to Kuleba, as a result of the morning flight, there is one victim, and there is also the destruction of private buildings.
Everyone who is not affected by blackouts is urged to use electricity sparingly.
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