Russian attack damages 4 DTEK thermal power plants.

As a result of the night and day shelling of the Russian Federation, four DTEK [the largest private investor in the energy industry in Ukraine ]  thermal power plants were damaged; two station workers were injured as a result of the attack.

This is reported on the DTEK website.

"According to preliminary information, two station employees were injured due to the attack. They were promptly provided with medical assistance.

As a result of the shelling, the equipment of the enterprises was seriously damaged. "After the attack, the power industry [workers] quickly started to eliminate its consequences and repair the equipment," the message says.

For safety, only critically needed employees remain at the facilities, while others work remotely.

The company emphasised that DTEK energy enterprises were attacked 27 times from September to February. Twenty-eight energy workers were injured three died. There are also dead and injured among workers of contracting organisations and rescuers.

Earlier: During another massive missile attack on Ukrainian infrastructure on Friday, 10 February, the Russians targeted energy facilities in six oblasts.

Ukrainian soldiers destroy 61 out of 71 Russian cruise missiles.

Ukrainian defenders shot down 61 out of 71 cruise missiles and 5 UAVs on the evening of 9 February and the morning of 10 February. In total, Russia launched 106 missiles and 7 drones on Ukraine during this period.

Valerii Zaluzhnyi, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, has reported that airstrikes and missile strikes were delivered from Tu-95 strategic bomber jets from the Caspian Sea, Volgodonsk, and missile carriers in the Black Sea.

S-300 anti-aircraft missiles were launched from Belgorod Oblast and the temporarily occupied territory of Zaporizhzhia Oblast, near the city of Tokmak.

Ukraine's energy company on Russia's attack: significant damages, but no disaster.

The damage caused on the energy infrastructure of Ukraine by the Russian attack on 10 February is significant, the Russians managed to damage several thermal and hydroelectric power plants.

Volodymyr Kudrytskyi, Head of Ukrenergo reported: "We were attacked by kamikaze drones, S-300 missiles, and eventually a large-scale missile attack began in the morning. The scale of the damage is significant; the Russians were able to damage several thermal and hydroelectric plants.

Today's attack alteres our plans to restore the generation, but at the same time, once again, the disaster did not happen. The Russians failed to achieve their goals for the 14th time," he emphasised.

According to Kudrytskyi, the situation in Kharkiv is really difficult.

"Over the weekend, we plan to restore the operation of some energy facilities that were damaged today. The critical infrastructure of Kharkiv [city] is restored. We are working to ensure that the situation with outages in Kharkiv approaches the situation in the country. But it will take some time," the head of Ukrenergo explained.

"We still need to assess the extent of the destruction to say more precisely when we will be able to correct the situation in Khmelnytskyi Oblast. We will work over the weekend.

We still have to work on completely restoring facilities around Odesa, which provide power to the city and Odesa district. But the situation has improved compared to what happened on Saturday and Sunday. It was announced that the local Oblenergo [an oblast electricity distributor – ed.] is testing the planned power outage schedules," he summarised.

Russian missile crashes near bus stop in Lviv Oblast.

A missile from the Russian invaders has fallen near a bus stop in Lviv Oblast. However, it has not exploded, and no casualties have been reported.

Russians attacked Kharkiv Oblast this morning: 7 people were injured, 2 of them in serious condition.

Seven people sustained injuries in this morning's attack by the Russians on Kharkiv Oblast. The head of the Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration has reported that two wounded people are in serious condition.

Macron does not rule out supplying aircraft to Ukraine but says it is not a priority.

Emmanuel Macron, President of France, has said that he prefers supplying weapons that are "more useful" and "faster" than military aircraft as part of France' military aid for Ukraine.

Fighter aircraft can "under no circumstances" be delivered "in the coming weeks", Macron explained early on Friday morning.

He also said, "I am not ruling anything out."

He explained that supplying aircraft would not "meet today's needs" and that it was better to help Ukraine with other priorities, such as Caesar guns. France announced last week that it will supply the guns to Ukraine.

Zelenskyy insisted that Ukraine needs fighter aircraft to end the war with Russia during his European visits on Wednesday and Thursday this week.

The French President told the press that his "thorough and detailed" discussion with President Zelenskyy, which took place on Wednesday in Paris, had underscored that the priority is "doing everything to help [Ukraine] resist in the coming weeks" and "conducting proper operations in the spring and summer if we then want also to be able to carry out diplomatic actions.

"It is essential that the allies give priority to the equipment that is the most useful" and "the fastest", Macron added, saying that the Caesar guns and the MAMBA medium-range ground-air defence systems supplied by France met these criteria.

He said it may be necessary to "ramp up" deliveries of "artillery systems that can be used to launch ground offensives or defend" existing Ukrainian positions and promised to "work on this in the coming days".