Russian missiles have damaged two power infrastructure facilities in the Odesa region.
Yurii Kruk, head of the Odesa District Navy Administration, reported this in a write-up on the Telegram messaging application, Ukrinform reviews.
“The enemy continues to hearth missiles at Ukrainian territory from the sky and the sea. There is now details about destruction to two crucial strength infrastructure facilities in the Odesa area,” the report stated.
According to Kruk, no just one was killed or injured in the shelling.
Early on January 26, Russian troops launched a huge missile attack on Ukraine. There are hits in many areas, like in the Vinnytsia region and Kyiv.
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