That’s according to a source in the SBU, who spoke with Ukrinform.
"The Russians should realize that if they are going to continue attacking Ukrainian energy facilities, they will see a harsh response. Our resources allow us to do this," the source added, emphasizing that "we really want the Russians to experience for themselves what a blackout is, what are rolling blackout schedule and a search for generators." Such blasts are evidence that SBU’s special operations are advancing to a new level.
As reported earlier, on September 25, power supplies were cut to seven settlements across Russia’s Kursk region after an UAV attack.