On September 29, Russia turned off lights in 2 districts for almost $1 million for Kharkiv. Due to the impact on the city's infrastructure, civilians lost their light. Military and other objects that will help the Russian army to change the course of the war are absent in the places where the missiles fell. At least 2 X-22 missiles caused strikes. The cost of launching one such missile is about $500.000.
Later, Russia struck 2 more districts of Kharkiv. As a result of the shelling, the city's critical infrastructure was destroyed. Residents were affected. One resident requested help. Another six wounded civilians were hospitalized at the site of the strike.
While Russia counts its missiles and money for strikes against a neighbouring country, Ukraine counts the number of innocent victims. Unfortunately, this is not all the losses for Ukraine for September 29-30.