US provides Ukraine $125 million to aid energy infrastructure under Russian attacks

The Biden administration announced late Wednesday that it will provide Ukraine with $125 million to support its energy infrastructure, drawing down from an aid package Congress passed in December that amounted

Russian missiles strike vital infrastructure in Kyiv and Kharkiv

Russian missile attacks hit critical infrastructure in Kyiv and the eastern city of Kharkiv on Saturday morning, and a utility company imposed emergency power cuts in the capital and two other

Ukraine struggles to repair power grid as Russian airstrikes continue

Ukraine is struggling to keep its bombarded electricity system alive as Russia’s energy infrastructure airstrike campaign enters its fifth month. Despite undiminished Western goodwill and considerable support, Kyiv’s pleas for the

Energy Minister: ‘Serious damage’ prevented during Russia’s New Year’s Eve attack thanks to ‘excellent’ air defense

Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko said on Dec. 31 that the “excellent work” of Ukraine’s air defense prevented “serious damage” to the energy infrastructure during Russia’s mass missile strike on New Year’s

Russia fires barrage of missiles on Ukraine cities, energy grid

Russia fired scores of missiles into Ukraine early on Thursday (29 December), targeting Kyiv and other cities including Lviv in the west and Odesa in the southwest, sending people rushing to

Russia launches 7th mass missile attack on Ukraine’s energy system

Russia unleashed the seventh large-scale missile barrage on Ukraine on the morning of Dec. 16, targeting energy infrastructure across the country. Explosions were reported in Kyiv, and multiple other Ukrainian cities
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