Ukrainian officials report ‘two people killed’ in Kryvvi Rih in the latest Russian missile strikes on Ukraine, as Kyiv officials call the attacks the ‘biggest’ since the war began.

Ukrainian officials have reported “massive” Russian attacks on energy facilities and infrastructure in the capital Kyiv, southern Kryvyi Rih and northeastern Kharkiv

Nine Ukrainian power facilities are damaged during Russia’s latest missile attacks on critical infrastructure, Energy Minister German Galushchenko said on national television.

“What we already see is damage to about nine generating facilities. Now we are still verifying the damage,” he said.

The deputy head of Ukraine’s presidential office, Kyrylo Tymoshenko, says on Telegram that two people have died in Kryvyi Rih due to Russian shelling early Friday morning.

“Two people died. Six people were injured, including three children. There may be two people under the rubble, including 1 child”.