Moldova hit by power outages following Russia’s missile attack on Ukraine

Moldova is experiencing power outages after a massive missile strike launched by Russia on Ukrainian cities, Agora, TSV Transnistria, and Sputnik Moldova report.

According to the media, the Vulcăneşti-Isaccea “export” powerline is down. Moldova uses it to receive electricity from Romania. Social media users are complaining about outages in several cities and a few districts in Chișinău.

Journalists note that power outages and surges are possible all over the country. Moldovans are urged to turn off their electrical appliances.

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Russia launching mass strikes on Kyiv and other Ukrainian regions. Updating

Earlier today, the Russian army launched mass-scale missile strikes on Kyiv and other Ukrainian regions. At least one person was killed in Kyiv. Air defence systems are reported to have been active in Poltava, Vinnytsia, Zhytomyr, Sumy, Odesa, Cherkasy, and Khmelnytsky regions. Local authorities also said the Kharkiv region was targeted as well.

Kharkiv’s metro came to a standstill following the strikes. Ukraine’s DTEK energy company informed Kyiv residents about emergency blackouts. Half of Kyiv residents are left without electricity. Deputy head of the president’s office Kyrylo Tymoshenko has described the energy infrastructure situation as critical.

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