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Ukraine: Metro and water supply restored in Kyiv after Russian attacks

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The mayor of Kyiv also said that the heating network has been restored in half of the city and electricity has returned to two-thirds of the capital

The reopening of the city’s metro network and the reconnection of its residents Kiev with the water supply network, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital announced today, one day after the latest wave of Russian airstrikes on critical infrastructure.

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Ukrainian officials said Russia fired more than 70 missiles yesterday in one of the biggest attacks since the Kremlin invaded the country on February 24, triggering emergency power outages across the country.

The mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko he also stated that the heating network has been restored in half the city and electricity has returned to two-thirds of the capital.

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“However, emergency shutdown programs will be implemented,” he said in a Telegram message. “Because the electricity deficit is significant.”

Klitschko earlier this month warned of “apocalyptic” images in the Ukrainian capital if Russian airstrikes on infrastructure continued, but also said there was no need for residents to leave their homes yet. “We are fighting and doing everything we can to ensure that this does not happen,” he told Reuters news agency on December 7.

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