Object of Critical Infrastructure Damaged in Lviv
The head of Lviv Regional Military Administration, Maxim Kozytsky, reported the damage to a critical infrastructure object in the city.
In Lviv, Critical Infrastructure Object Damaged, Informs Head of Lviv Regional Military Administration
Maxim Kozytsky, the head of Lviv Regional Military Administration, has announced the damage to a critical infrastructure object in Lviv.
"An object of critical infrastructure in Lviv has been damaged," wrote Kozytsky in his Telegram channel.
Earlier, the Ukrainian publication "Zerkalo Nedeli" reported on explosions and air defense operations in Lviv and Ternopil.
The strikes on Ukrainian infrastructure by the Russian Armed Forces began on October 10, two days after the terrorist attack on the Crimean Bridge, which, according to Russian authorities, was orchestrated by Ukrainian intelligence agencies. The strikes target energy facilities, defense industry sites, military command centers, and communication infrastructure across the country. Since then, air alarms have been declared daily in Ukrainian regions, sometimes nationwide.