KHARKIV OBLAST, Feb 29 — Over the past day, power engineers restored electricity supply to 770 consumers in the Kharkiv Oblast who were cut off due to the Russian attacks, reported the Ministry of Energy. 

The Russian Federation’s armed aggression left 15,6 power metering points in 63 region settlements without electricity.  

The Russian military attack on February 28 damaged a low-pressure gas pipeline connected to an apartment building in Kupiansk. Twenty-seven customers lost the gas supply.

As reported, on February 28, the Russian forces hit Kupiansk in the Kharkiv Oblast with airstrikes. They shelled the center of the city.

According to law enforcement, the Russians hit a cafe and the Church of Jesus Christ. A pastor was trapped under the rubble. He sustained injuries incompatible with life. Another deceased, a 39-year-old man, was near the cafe at the time of the strike. His 31-year-old sister was wounded.

There is information about five wounded and two dead. According to the head of the Kharkiv Regional Military Administration, Oleh Syniehubov, the Russian army attacked the city with FAB-500 bombs [a 500-kilogram general-purpose aerial bomb with a high-explosive warhead developed in the Soviet Union — ed.]

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