Monday is the 683rd day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. An air alert has been declared throughout Ukraine due to the activity of Russian Su-35 and Su-34 fighters. The launch of cruise missiles has been confirmed, Ukrainian newspaper Pravda reported. It was noted, among other things: a missile flying through the Sumy region towards the Poltava region and a missile flying through the Kharkiv region towards the Dnipropetrovsk region. Follow live coverage of Wirtualna Polska.
Seven Russian Shahed 131/136 drones were shot down over the Odessa region overnight, the Southern Defense Forces of Ukraine reported.
Debris from one of the drones fell in an open area, causing a fire. There were no casualties or casualties.
In total, the Russian military launched eight vehicles from the Black Sea in the Odessa and Mykolaiv regions.
BTR-4 Bucefal (Ukrainian wheeled armored personnel carrier – editor's note) in the foreground.
“Most cruise missiles are in the airspace of the Khmelnytsky region!” – Ukrainian Air Force reported. The message also indicated that the Russians launched a ballistic missile towards Chernihiv.
Explosions in Kryvyi Rih – according to the Ukrainian Suspilne website. There are also reports on the Internet about explosions in Kharkov and Khmelnitsky region.
“Don't ignore the alarm!” – The Chief of Staff of the President of Ukraine, Andriy Yermak, appealed on his channel in the Telegram application.
An air alert has been declared throughout Ukraine due to the activity of Russian Su-35 and Su-34 fighters in the north of the country.
The launch of cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea region has been confirmed.
Weather alert throughout Ukraine. A cruise missile launch has been confirmed. A missile was recorded flying through the Sumy region towards the Poltava region A missile was recorded flying through the Kharkiv region towards the Dnipropetrovsk region.
The Ukrainian Air Force recorded 13 Russian bombers taking off from Olenya Airport in the Murmansk region.
The Russian Ministry of Emergency Affairs reported overnight that a fire covering an area of 4,000 square meters broke out in an aircraft hangar in the Russian city of St. Petersburg. There is no information about possible victims.
There was an overflow of sewage in Borshajevka in Kiev. Jules Verne Boulevard was flooded at temperatures above -10.
The Japanese government will donate seven high-voltage transformers and five gas turbines to Ukraine, the Ukrainian Energy Ministry said.
The Ukrainian army recorded the movement of witness drones towards the Mykolaiv region from the Kherson region and towards Odessa. Before midnight, there were reports that the attack had been repelled.
On Sunday evening, the Ukrainian Armed Forces reported that Russian forces attacked southern Ukraine with “Shahed” drones.
Monday is the 683rd day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Kharkiv Mayor Igor Terekhov wrote on the Telegram app: “The missile flew near private residential buildings in one of the city’s neighborhoods. Previously, there was no damage or casualties. All relevant services are on site.”
“The occupiers hit Kharkov twice with S-300 missiles. Casualties were also reported in the Vovchansk region. There are no casualties at the moment,” Senigubov later wrote on Telegram.
“The occupiers are attacking, stay in the shelters!” – wrote the head of the Kharkiv Regional State Administration Oleg Senegubov in a telegram.
The Russian army fires missiles at Kharkov. According to a Ukrinform reporter, at least three explosions were heard.
Ukrainian soldiers destroyed a Russian tank. A recording of the defenders' actions was posted on the Internet.
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