Kharkov was attacked by kamikaze drones, 10 drones were shot down

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In the Kharkov region of Ukraine on Sunday night, 10 kamikaze drones launched towards Kharkov were shot down.

This was reported with reference to the head of the regional military administration Oleg Sinegubov and the commander of the Air Forces of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Nikolai Oleshchuk. According to local authorities, the target of the Russian army was critical infrastructure. Explosions were heard in Kharkov at night. There were power outages in parts of the city.

The launches were carried out from the Kursk region. The Russian military also fired four S-300/S-400 anti-aircraft missiles from the occupied part of the Donetsk region, reports RBC-Ukraine.

By information Oleg Sinegubov, on Saturday evening in the Kharkov region, in the village of Vesyoloye, two private houses were damaged as a result of a Russian strike. A 61-year-old woman and a 68-year-old man died. In Petropavlovka, a 57-year-old driver of an emergency medical team was injured as a result of an FPV drone dropping ammunition.

In the morning report of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine it saysthat over the past 24 hours, Russian troops launched one missile and 109 air strikes across the country, and carried out 115 attacks from multiple launch rocket systems on both troop positions and populated areas of Ukraine.

In addition, it is alleged that more than 110 settlements of Chernigov, Sumy, Kharkov, Lugansk, Donetsk, Zaporozhye, Dnepropetrovsk, Kherson and Nikolaev regions were under artillery fire.

  • Russian troops have intensified shelling of Kharkov and the region in recent days. The city is under shelling every day. There are blackouts in effect across the region. Mayor Igor Terekhov said that Russian troops damaged the thermal power plant that supplies Kharkov with shelling.
  • Russian authorities deny accusations of deliberate attacks on civilian targets in Ukraine.
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