War in Ukraine: what to remember from Sunday, October 23

“Peace is possible” in Ukraine when the Ukrainians “will decide”said on Sunday, October 23, Emmanuel Macron at the opening of a peace summit organized in Rome. “Let’s not let peace be today in a way captured by the Russian power (…) A peace is possible, the only one that they (the Ukrainians) will decide when they decide it“, he added.

Power cuts imposed in kyiv

The Ukrainian national operator Ukrenergo carried out power cuts in kyiv (Ukraine) on Sunday in order to “stabilize” electricity supply after repeated Russian strikes targeting the country’s infrastructure. “On October 23, stabilization cuts took place in Kyiv to avoid accidents”, announced the Ukrainian private electricity supplier DTEK. This specifies that these cuts, which alternately affect the different districts of the capital, should not last more than four hours.

The population urged to limit its energy consumption

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called on his people to consume energy “even more conscientiously than before”while the Russian forces continue to hit energy infrastructure from the country. “The stability of our public energy industry depends on it, in every city or district of Ukraine.” For the leader, “the main target of Russian terrorists is energy”.

More than a million homes without electricity

According to an adviser to the Ukrainian presidency, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, pMore than a million Ukrainian homes are without electricity after Russian strikes on energy infrastructure in the country. He precised : “672,000 subscribers were disconnected in the Khmelnytskyi region, 188,400 in the Mikolaiv region, 102,000 in the Volyn region, 242,000 in the Cherkasy region, 174,790 in the Rivne region, 61,913 in the of Kirovograd and 10,500 in that of Odessa.”

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