The relevant statement was made by Odesa Regional Military Administration Head Maksym Marchenko on Telegram, an Ukrinform correspondent reports.
“Following the massive missile attack, energy infrastructure was damaged in our region. Civilian houses and civil infrastructure facilities were also hit. Two people were injured,” Marchenko wrote.
In his words, power supply services have been interrupted in the city of Odesa and most communities in the Odesa district. Repair crews are now working to resume power supply.
A reminder that, on December 5, 2022, Russia launched another massive missile attack on the territory of Ukraine. Enemy missiles targeted mainly critical infrastructure. In Odesa, some districts were de-energized, water pumping stations suspended operation, and heat supply services were interrupted.