Russians hit maternity ward in Kherson.
Enemy shells hit the maternity ward of the hospital.
The building was damaged.
There were no casualties among medical workers, patients, and children!
Iran reportedly will supply Russia with cruise missiles.
Mykhailo Podoliak, the presidential office counselor, reported that Iran plans to give Russia hundreds of cruise missiles, knowing they would be used at war in Europe.
Podolia emphasized that it is a matter of international safety.
Light and heating have been restored in Kherson.
Almost a month has passed since the liberation. As of today, the city has both power and heating! This brings normal life back to the city and the Oblast. Restoration works on the electric network are ongoing; the Russians left the earth behind scorched while retreating.
The same tactic unfolds in Kyiv, Chernihiv, Sumy, and Kharkiv Oblasts.
It will take more time than usual to restore the power supply in Odesa.
The electricity supply situation in Odesa remains difficult but under control; works on dealing with the consequences of Russian night attacks continue.
the city is currently cut off from the electric grid. Only critical infrastructure facilities, such as hospitals, maternity hospitals, boiler houses, and pumping stations, have been connected to the grid.
All invincibility centers ( places where people can warm up, have hot food or tea, and charge their devices )in Odesa and Odesa Oblast are operational.