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Ukraine’s electricity company reports “significant damage” to two power plants after morning missile strikes

Executive director of Ukraine’s DTEK electricity company Dmytro Saharuk reports “significant damage” to two power plants after Russian morning missile strikes. He also says that seven energy workers were injured and one was killed after the missile strikes.

According to President Zelenskyy, 30% of Ukrainian power plants 30% of Ukraine’s power stations have been destroyed:

Russian missiles & drones again strike cities, energy facilities all over Ukraine

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