A massive enemy missile attack this morning, September 21, damaged power facilities in the western and central regions of Ukraine. However, it is too early to draw conclusions about the start of a new terrorist campaign against civilian infrastructure, the press service of Ukrenergo reported.
"This morning, on September 21, facilities in the western and central regions were damaged due to a massive enemy missile attack. Consumers in Rivne and Zhytomyr regions were partially cut off," the statement said.
The operation of main networks in the region was quickly restored, and the restoration of household consumers in Obelenergo networks continues, the press service added.
The attack also damaged the networks of regional power companies in Dnipropetrovsk, Kyiv and Kharkiv regions. Emergency repair work began immediately after the alarm was lifted, Ukrenergo said.
The press service emphasized that "it is too early to draw conclusions about the beginning of a new terrorist campaign against civilian infrastructure."