The thermoelectric power plant went offline after the Russian attacks.
A thermoelectric power plant, part of the DTEK energy and power generation firm, was damaged in a Russian attack on Sunday, 2 April.
DTEK added that power technicians could repair the power plant’s equipment and restore its power generation capacity after the shelling is over.
The firm also added that its thermoelectric power plants had been attacked 30 times since Russia began targeting Ukraine’s power system [in autumn 2022 – ed.]. Three DTEK power technicians have been killed in Russian attacks, and 28 sustained injuries.
DTEK suffered nearly UAH 6 billion (approximately US$164 million) of direct losses from damage to and destruction of equipment at its power-generating facilities due to Russian attacks.
Russian forces shelled Kostiantynivka, killing six and injuring 11.
The Russians attacked the central part of the city this morning. High-rise buildings and private residential buildings have been severely damaged.
Sixteen apartment buildings, eight private houses, a preschool institution, the Kostiantynivka State Tax Inspectorate building, gas pipelines, and three cars have been damaged.
Eight people have been injured, and six more have been killed.
Famous propagandist killed in an explosion in St Petersburg cafe that belonged to Wagner Group owner.
Vladlen Tatarsky, a Russian "war correspondent" (military blogger), has been killed in an explosion in a cafe in central St Petersburg that formerly belonged to Yevgeny Prigozhin, the owner of the Wagner Group Private Military Company. Thirty people were injured.
Russian emergency services told TASS that the explosion occurred in the Street-Bar cafe on Universitetskaya Embankment in central St Petersburg.
TASS later reported, citing law enforcement officers, that an explosive device containing over 200 g of TNT had gone off in the cafe.
The number of casualties currently stands at 16. One person was killed in the explosion.
Fontanka reported that the cafe used to belong to Yevgeny Prigozhin. A Cyber Z Front "discussion club" holds meetings in the restaurant on weekends.
Mykhailo Podoliak, the advisor to the Office of the President of Ukraine, said that in Russia, "spiders stuck in a jar are devouring one another."
"The Russian Federation sets off… Spiders stuck in a jar are devouring one another. The question of when domestic terrorism would become a tool of domestic political struggle in the tightly controlled country was a question of time, like waiting for an abscess to burst. There are irreversible changes and great turmoil ahead of Russia. We, meanwhile, have our work to do," Podoliak wrote.