Russia fires missiles at Kyiv and Odesa, one killed

Kiev: Russia carried out missile attacks on the Ukrainian capital Kiev and the Odessa region in the early hours of Thursday, killing one person. Ukrainian officials said loud explosions were heard in Kiev and a non-residential building caught fire from debris from the blast. Ukrainian officials also claimed to have shot down most of the cruise missiles fired by Russia. Russia has targeted the Ukrainian capital for the ninth time this month. Strategic bombers of the Caspian region, possibly? These attacks were carried out with cruise missiles. Russian reconnaissance planes also flew over the Ukrainian capital after the attacks.

Serhiy Popko, head of Kiev’s military administration, said in a telegram post that according to preliminary information, all enemy missiles were destroyed after the strikes. Popko said debris fell in two districts after the blasts and a garage complex caught fire, which was quickly brought under control. He said that there is currently no information on the number of casualties in the attacks in Kiev.

Meanwhile, Sergei Bratchak, spokesman for the Odesa military administration, said in a Telegram post that one person was killed and two others were wounded in missile attacks by Russia in the southern parts of the region. Bratchak said that the air defense forces shot down most of the enemy’s missiles over the sea. Unfortunately, an industrial establishment was hit by the missile, killing one person and injuring two others. Ukraine’s air defense system, bolstered by state-of-the-art weaponry provided by Western countries, repelled a massive Russian air raid on Kiev earlier this week, shooting down most of its missiles, officials said. Was.

Ukrainian Air Force spokesman Yuriy Inhat said Russia had used six Kinzhal aero-ballistic hypersonic missiles for the strikes earlier this week. He said Moscow probably used Soviet-era X-101 and X-55 cruise missiles for Thursday’s attacks.

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Source: The Eastern Herald

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