Russia’s missile attacks targeting Ukrainian infrastructure since October 10 brought the country of 44 million people in the heart of Europe back to the stone age within a month.
In particular, as a result of the Russian missile attacks on November 23, the deactivation of three nuclear power plants, except for the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, erased Ukraine from the ‘light map’ taken from space.
In the images taken by NASA, the American Space and Aviation Administration, from space on November 24, it was seen that the territory of Ukraine remained in complete darkness outside of Kyiv. For Ukraine, Wednesday and Thursday were the most critical. It was observed that only a few government buildings in Kiev, which has a population of 3 million, had electricity for 48 hours. While the thermometer showed plus 2 degrees during the day and 1 degree at night, millions of civilians became unable to meet their basic needs. Only the headlights of passing vehicles illuminated the streets of the capital, Kyiv, which turned into a ghost town with the dark.
At noon yesterday, Ukraine ‘S Electricity administration announced that electricity has begun to be supplied to most of Kiev. Not only Kyiv, but also Kharkiv, Mikoloyev, Kherson, Odessa and Zaporozhye are trying to cope with power cuts.