Ukraine Sets Up Heating Stations As Power, Water Targeted By Russia

More than 1,000 heating stations going up in Kyiv
HORENKA, UKRAINE - JUNE 22: Ukrainian Olena Kalinovych moves blackened kettles on a makeshift outdoor stove used for cooking by remaining residents of an apartment block heavily damaged by a Russian rocket in early March, as they consider next steps to rebuild in the northern Kyiv suburb of Horenka, Ukraine, on June 22, 2022. Russian forces invading Ukraine on February 24 fought pitched battles with Ukrainian armed forces in the northern suburbs of the Ukrainian capital throughout March, leaving a trail of destruction that residents only today are beginning to cope with, as they attempt initial rebuilding efforts. (Photo by Scott Peterson/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • Ukraine is dealing with a shortage of water, heat, and electricity while Russia targets its energy infrastructure.
  • More than 1,000 heating points will be set up in Kyiv and will be equipped with generators and water supplies according to Mayor Vitali Klitschko.

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