As reported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine, the UN is launching a power supply project in Odesa for 50 million USD, in order to facilitate power supply within the city. 

The UN development program is planning to launch the project for increasing the urban power infrastructure capacity before winter comes. 

Such a project will include installation of gas turbine, transformer (80 MW), compressors, nine gas generators and control stations. 

The aforesaid body reports that six UN agencies have opened their offices in Ukraine as support of state & local government in solving humanitarian problems caused by shelling the city and the seaports by russian troops. 

On August 2, 2023, Izmail port infrastructure got damage due to russian hostilities. 

As noted before, russia did not speak at the UNSC Meeting concerning missile shelling in Odesa on July 23, 2023.

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