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WATCH: Russia Destroys CRITICAL Kyiv Infrastructure, End Of War In Sight?

While this isn’t ‘checkmate’, it’s pretty close.

Sources say that Russian forces have destroyed The Trypilska plant, which is the largest supplier of electricity for the Kyiv, Cherkasy, and Zhytomyr regions. According to Independent.UK:

The Trypilska plant, which was the biggest energy supplier for the Kyiv, Cherkasy, and Zhytomyr regions, was struck numerous times, destroying the transformer, turbines, and generators and leaving the plant ablaze.

As the first drone approached, workers hid in a shelter, saving their lives, said Andrii Gota, chairman of the supervisory board of the state company that runs the plant, Centrenergo.

This almost ensures that Ukraine is done, and the end of the war is in sight—though it does not 100% guarantee it.

Russia just captured the power plant that is responsible for providing energy to the country’s capital region, while the Russian army is mere miles from Kyiv.

Multiple videos of the strikes from citizen journalists are currently circulating online:

Daily Mail explained:

Russia has recently renewed strikes on Ukrainian energy facilities, and attacks last month blacked out large parts of the country – a level of darkness not seen since the first days of the full-scale invasion in 2022.


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