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Watch: Russia may be running out of missiles to use against Ukraine’s infrastructure

Blackouts were experienced across Ukraine
Blackouts were experienced across Ukraine Copyright euronews
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By Oleksandra Vakulina
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Scheduled power outages continued across Ukraine on Wednesday, according to the country’s electricity grid operator Ukrenergo.

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Scheduled power outages have continued across Ukraine on Wednesday, according to the country’s electricity grid operator Ukrenergo.

For weeks, Russian missile and drone attacks have targeted Ukraine’s energy infrastructure. As winter approaches, which is extremely harsh in Ukraine, many millions are without reliable heating and electricity services.

However, some respite may be coming to the country's citizens. 

According to a Ukrainian Main Intelligence Directorate representative, Russian forces have used more than 80% of their modern missiles. 

Moscow’s troops only have 120 Iskander ballistic missiles left, the representative added.

Click on the video above to see an interactive report on the situation in Ukraine.

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