Ukrenergo stressed on Telegram that specialists are working to restore power supply in Kiev and the central region.
The agency also warned of the possible programmed blackouts, especially during the hours of greatest energy consumption.
The head of the Kiev Regional Administration, Aleksei Kuleba, noted that a missile attack was launched against one of the districts of the capital aimed at critical infrastructure.
For his part, Prime Minister Denis Shmygal said that 11 critical infrastructure facilities in Kiev and in eight regions of the country HAD BEEN damaged in the Russian airstrikes.
The President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin said on Monday during a meeting with members of the Security Council that the Russian air forces had launched attacks en masse on Ukraine’s energy, military and communications facilities.
The action of the Russian aerospace forces was decided in response to a series of terrorist attacks against Russian infrastructure launched by Ukraine, such as the explosion of a truck loaded with explosives on the bridge that spans the Kerch strait, linking the Crimean peninsula with the Russian mainland.