Russia-Ukraine War | Russia fired 30 cruise missiles, Ukraine’s air defense forces claim, we shot down 29 in the air

Pic : Kiev: Russia fired 30 cruise missiles at Ukraine’s capital Kiev and the Odesa region in the early hours of Thursday, 29 of which were shot down by Ukraine’s air defense forces. claimed. Sergei Bratchak, a spokesman for the Odessa military administration, said in a telegram post that a Russian missile hit an industrial facility in the southern part of the region, killing one person and injuring two others. Bratchak said, “The air defense forces shot down most of the enemy missiles over the sea. Unfortunately, an industrial establishment was hit by the missile, killing one person and injuring two others. At the same time, officials in Kiev said that Russia targeted the Ukrainian capital for the ninth time this month. Strategic bombers in the Caspian region probably carried out these attacks with cruise missiles. Russian reconnaissance planes also flew over the Ukrainian capital after the attacks. Kiev’s military authority spokesman Sergei Popko said in a telegram post that loud explosions were heard in Kiev and a garage complex caught fire from debris from the blast. However, there is currently no information about the number of casualties in the attack. Ukraine’s air defense forces shot down two Russian bomber drones and two reconnaissance drones, besides cruise missiles, according to officials. 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. Ukraine’s Commander-in-Chief Gen. Valery Zaluzhyny said in a Telegram post that Russia fired several missiles from the sea, air and land into Ukraine between 9:00 p.m. Wednesday and 5:30 a.m. Thursday. (agency)

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