2 people injured in Russian drone attack in Kiev
Heating was fully restored in Kiev on Sunday, two days after the storm Russian missile series target the city.
“All heat supplies are working properly,” Mayor Vitali Klitschko said in a Telegram post, adding that public utilities will operate throughout Sunday on “courts.” individual homes, where minor heat problems are possible.”
However, the wider Kyiv region continues to grapple with power supply problems. More than 600,000 people, or 50% of the population in the region, are currently without electricity, the head of Kyiv’s regional military government said on Ukrainian television.
Official Oleksiy Kuleba said teams had restored power to the areas hardest hit by shelling over the past two days.
But “there are still some difficult areas without electricity,” continued Kuleba, adding that Bucha district in particular is facing supply problems.
Across the region, 410 service centers, known as “invincible points,” are currently in operation, where residents in the area can charge their phones and get hot drinks, Kuleba said.