Ukraine’s power plants at the mercy of Russian missiles


Russia’s war on Ukraine has taken a dangerous turn. Ukraine’s energy infrastructure is being targeted with drone and missile attacks, causing significant damage and challenges for the country’s air defenses.

These attacks, which include drones similar to those used by Iran against Israel, are causing widespread destruction. Ukraine’s President, Volodymyr Zelensky, has called on the international community to take action, emphasizing that words alone cannot protect Ukraine from these attacks.

Many of Ukraine’s thermal and hydro power plants have been badly damaged or destroyed. Repairing them is a top priority, but Russia’s assaults continue, targeting key facilities near major cities like Kyiv and Kharkiv.

One such attack devastated Kharkiv’s Thermal Power Plant No.5, leaving it in ruins. The repeated strikes have taken a toll on the morale of workers who are striving to rebuild despite the challenges.

Meanwhile, Ukraine’s troops are facing renewed pressure on the front lines, particularly in the Donbas region. The situation is worsening, and Ukraine’s military is in need of support.

However, unlike the swift assistance provided to Israel in response to threats from Iran, Ukraine feels neglected by the international community. President Zelensky has urged countries to provide tangible assistance to Ukraine in its time of need.

Kharkiv’s power plant workers, amidst the chaos, continue their efforts to restore electricity while remaining vigilant against further attacks. Despite the dangers, they remain determined to rebuild and keep things running as best they can.

Life in Ukraine continues amidst the uncertainty and danger, with ordinary citizens and workers alike showing resilience and determination in the face of adversity.


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