After a pause of several weeks, Russia continues air raids on the Ukrainian city of Kiev. Drones flew overhead for the second night in a row.
The military administration of the Ukrainian capital reported on Sunday that air defense systems managed to neutralize fifteen of the twenty drones sent by Russia.
Russia attacks Kiev again
“The enemy launched groups of unmanned aerial vehicles and attacked Kiev in waves from different directions, constantly switching sides,” Serhiy Popko, head of Kiev’s military government, said on social media.
At the same time, local authorities reported that infrastructure in Kiev Oblast had been damaged. According to preliminary findings, no one was injured by the Russian attack and the fire has already been extinguished.
The previous night, air defenses also worked in the Poltava and Cherkasy regions. From Friday to Saturday, Ukrainian defenses shot down 29 of 38 drones launched at Ukraine.
Drone over Moscow
Meanwhile, Russian authorities said they shot down a Ukrainian drone overnight about 30 kilometers from Moscow. The city’s mayor stated that the target of the attack was the Russian capital. Images of the drone’s fall appeared on the internet.
The Russian Defense Ministry, in turn, published a statement saying that “an attempt by the Kiev regime to carry out a terrorist attack using an unmanned aerial vehicle was stopped.”
Source: Do Rzeczy
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