Missile attacks on energy infrastructure by the Russians can lead to power and water outages throughout Ukraine.
This was stated by Deputy Head of the Office of the President Kyrylo Tymoshenko during the telethon.
"We have a critical situation across the country now. We have one region dependent on another... That's why we need to prepare for the fact that both electricity and water supply or heat supply," he said.
According to him, energy infrastructure facilities were damaged today as a result of rocket attacks. "First of all, in the Zhytomyr region, one of the facilities has been destroyed," he said, adding that there is currently no electricity and water in Zhytomyr.
Tymoshenko said that infrastructure facilities in Mykolaiv and Dnipro were also affected.
"A large facility in the energy sector was hit in the city of Kyiv. A lot of things were destroyed at this facility. Now there is no water and electricity supply in the Troye region and some areas of the city," he said, adding that water and electricity will be restored soon.
According to him, in Ukraine "in the near future there will be difficult times" and possible power outages.