Russian bombing leaves one dead in western Ukraine

Russian bombing leaves one dead in western Ukraine
Russian bombing leaves one dead in western Ukraine

One person died in the early hours of Sunday (31) in Russian bombing of the Lviv region, eastern Ukraine, the regional governor said.

“During the early hours of the morning, the enemy attacked, with cruise missiles, the same essential infrastructure (…) that had already been attacked on March 24 and 29. An administrative building was damaged,” announced Governor Maksym Kozytsky on Telegram.

“One man died in the attack,” he added, before reporting that other people may be under the rubble.

According to the Ukrainian operator Ukrenergo, the Russian army attacked energy sector facilities again this Sunday.

“They targeted high voltage substations (…) in areas of the southern region”, stated the company, which caused electricity cuts in the city of Odessa and its surroundings.

The Ukrainian army said it shot down nine cruise missiles and nine Russian Shahed-type explosive drones this Sunday.

Russia has intensified air strikes against Ukraine in recent weeks, in particular against the power grid, in retaliation for Kiev’s attacks on its border regions.


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