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Russian forces launch missile attack on Kharkiv's energy infrastructure using S-300 & X-22 missiles

The energy infrastructure of the Kharkiv region was attacked with S-300 and Kh-22 missiles
The energy infrastructure of the Kharkiv region was attacked with S-300 and Kh-22 missiles

The Russian military targeted energy infrastructure in the Kharkiv Oblast with at least 15 S-300 and X-22 missiles, Kharkiv regional governor, Oleh Synehubov, reported on Telegram on March 22.

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"From 4:52 to 5:30 am, a massive missile attack was carried out on the energy infrastructure objects in the Kharkiv region, deploying over 15 S-300/X-22 missiles,” Sinegubov wrote.

“Kharkiv is temporarily without power."

The Russian army unleashed a heavy assault across Ukraine with various weapons on March 22. Numerous regions in Ukraine were under fire, with the Russians targeting Ukraine’s energy infrastructure.

The attack underscores a continued strategic focus by Russian forces on crippling Ukraine's energy facilities, directly impacting civilian life and essential services in the country.

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