MOSCOW (Reuters) – Russia said on Tuesday its forces were keeping up strikes against military and energy infrastructure targets in Ukraine.
The Russian defence ministry said in a statement the attacks were carried out with high-precision long-range air and sea-based weapons.
The targets were “military command and energy infrastructure of Ukraine, as well as arsenals with ammunition and foreign-made weapons,” it said.
“All assigned objects were hit,” it added.
Russia has in recent days attacked Ukraine’s civilian infrastructure, including energy facilities, after suffering a series of defeats on the battlefield in September.
Earlier, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said Russia had destroyed 30% of Ukraine’s power stations in what he called “terrorist attacks”.
(Reporting by Reuters)