UPDATED: Last night, the enemy attacked Ukraine with 24 strike drones

UPDATED: Last night, the enemy attacked Ukraine with 24 strike drones

Defence forces shot down 18 Shahed drones

UPDATED: Last night, the enemy attacked Ukraine with 24 strike drones

UPDATED at 09:30 a.m.:

The Kyiv City Military Administration clarifies that as a result of drone shootdowns in the Shevchenkivskyi, Pecherskyi, and Podilskyi districts of the capital, debris from it fell in the area of approximately 10 buildings. This caused partial damage to parked cars and road surfaces. There is no information on civilian casualties.


Last night, the enemy attacked Ukraine with 24 Shahed-136/131 strike drones.

This was reported by the Air Force Command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The drones were launched from the north and from the southeast coast of the Azov Sea. The defence forces managed to down 18 strike drones and destroy one reconnaissance drone. To do this, they used anti-aircraft missile systems, aviation, and mobile fire groups in the responsibility zones of the air commands South and Centre.

The Kyiv City Military Administration emphasises that all enemy missiles and drones in Kyiv's airspace were destroyed by the anti-aircraft defence forces. Debris from one of the drones was found in the residential area of the Shevchenkivskyi district of the capital, but overall, the attack occurred without casualties or significant infrastructure damage.

Meanwhile, according to Operational Command South, the enemy launched 15 strike drones on Odesa, 12 of which were shot down. Another 3 drones struck dormitories of one of the educational institutions. The fire was extinguished, and no people were injured.

Background. Mind previously reported that russian media had claimed an attack by two Ukrainian drones on the kremlin. The Office of the President denied Ukraine's involvement in the incident and explained that russia had been using this as an excuse to justify the preparation of future terrorist attacks.

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