On the night of 9 June, Russia launched another large-scale attack and damaged two gas production facilities, one facility of the operator of the natural gas transmission system (GTS) and power lines.

"Damage to two gas production facilities and a power line in Zhytomyr Oblast was recorded. In addition, as a result of the attack, one of the facilities of the Ukrainian GTS operator in Zaporizhia Oblast was hit. Dealing with the aftermath continues," the ministry said.

Specialists of Ukrhydroenergo, Ukraine's largest hydropower company, continue to apply operational regulation (reduce the volume of water discharge), considering the need to ensure the balance of the energy system and minimise the consequences of the blowing up of the Kakhovka Hydroelectric Power Plant by the invaders.

At the Kryvyi Rih Thermal Power Plant, the water level in the cooling pond is still sufficient to ensure the operation of power units. According to the Ministry of Energy, it will last for ten months to a year. However, in the future, due to a fall in the water level, it may be necessary to replenish the pond and, accordingly, ensure the smooth operation of the plant.

Power engineers in Kherson and Mykolaiv oblasts continue to record the consequences of the blowing up of the Kakhovska Hydroelectric Power Plant by Russians and the flooding caused by it.

In Kherson Oblast, 158 transformer substations are currently out of power; in Mykolaiv Oblast, 49 transformer substations are without power.

In addition, the water level in Kherson is gradually decreasing, having dropped to 5.3 metres as of 8:00 (Kyiv time) (the maximum was 5.68 metres).

Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant cooling pond full despite critical water level in Kakhovka reservoir

The situation at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP) remains stable and under control, despite the Russian occupiers' blowing up of the Kakhovka HPP dam, and the water level in the cooling pond is sufficient to meet the plant's needs.

Only 10% of Ukrainians ready to give up some territories for peace

Ukrainians are not ready to give up their land to achieve peace: only 10% of respondents believe that to achieve peace and preserve independence, it is possible to give up some territories.

Kyiv International Institute of Sociolog conducted the survey from May 25 til June 5.

According to the survey The absolute majority of respondents, 84%, continue to agree that no territorial concessions are permissible, even if the war lasts longer and there are other threats. Only 10% believe some territories can be abandoned to achieve peace and preserve independence.

Russians hit Kharkiv with S-300 missiles

Oleh Syniehubov, Head of the Kharkiv Oblast Military Administration, has reported that the Russians are attacking the city with S-300 anti-aircraft missiles.According to Syniehubov, there are currently no casualties or injuries. Emergency services are working at the scene.

Russian missile attacked in Zhytomyr Oblast killed 1, injured 3

An overnight Russian missile attack in Zhytomyr Oblast killed one person and injured three others, Governor Vitalii Bunechko reported on June 9.

According to Bunechko, air defense was able to shoot down one missile over Zhytomyr Oblast.  

However, the falling debris destroyed one residential building and damaged 12 others, Bunechko wrote, killing one person and injuring three others.

Ukraine's Air Force also reported on June 9 that air defense had successfully intercepted and shot down four missiles, along with 10 drones launched by Russia during their latest attack on multiple targets across Ukraine.