As of 11 October, Ukraine is suspending electricity exports to stabilise its energy system, the Energy Ministry has said on Facebook.
"Today's missiles attacks, which hit thermal generation facilities and power substations, force Ukraine to suspend electricity exports from 11 October 2022 to stabilise its own energy system," it said.
It is noted that Russia continues to carry out energy terror against Ukraine while increasing energy pressure on the European Union. Thus, the export of electricity from Ukraine helped Europe to reduce the consumption of Russian energy resources.
"And that is why Russia is destroying our energy system, killing the very possibility of exporting electricity from Ukraine," Energy Minister Herman Halushchenko said.
Dozens of Russian missiles hit energy infrastructure facilities in 11 regions and the city of Kyiv, but most of these facilities will be restored today and some tomorrow, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said.