Russians attack vital infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia.

Russian forces attacked a facility of vital infrastructure in Zaporizhzhia on Saturday, 11 March.

Having no success on the battlefield fighting with Ukraine’s Armed Forces, today, Russian projectiles [reportedly S-300] hit the vital infrastructure of the administrative centre of [Zaporizhzhia] Oblast, where several hundred thousand civilians live, including a large number of people who were forced to leave their homes and flee from the Russian occupation.

Aftermath of missile attack in Zaporizhzhia: gas pipeline, industrial facility damaged.

Premises of an industrial facility and a gas pipeline suffered damage as a result of a Russian missile attack on Zaporizhzhia on Saturday afternoon, 11 March.

According to the investigation, on 11 March, 2023, at around 15:20, servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation again carried out an attack on the infrastructure of the city of Zaporizhzhia. Due to the attack, the premises of one of the industrial facilities and a gas pipeline were damaged.

According to preliminary information, the aggressor used two S-300 air defence missiles.

Russian forces hit Ochakiv, setting cars on fire and damaging multi-storey building.

Vitalii Kim, Head of Mykolaiv Oblast Military Administration, has reported that Russian invaders attacked the city of Ochakiv, Mykolaiv Oblast, on the night of 12 March. No casualties have been reported.

"The enemy deployed artillery to attack the city of Ochakiv in the Ochakiv hromada [an administrative unit designating a town, village or several villages and their adjacent territories] on 12 March, at about 00:45-00:49.

Cars caught fire; private houses and a multi-storey building have been damaged. The aftermath of the damage is being confirmed" Vitalii Kim reported.

Ukraine starts second sowing season since the beginning of the war.

This week, Ukraine began its second sowing season since the full-scale Russian invasion.

Denys Shmyhal, Prime Minister of Ukraine infromed that the second sowing season of this war had already begun. The first 16,000 hectares of grain and leguminous crops have been sown.

"We are working on the continuation of the grain initiative and the expansion of the transshipment of the Danube ports," he said.