December 7, 2022

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The war in Ukraine.  Kyiv: Police officers shot down an Iranian drone.  registration

The war in Ukraine. Kyiv: Police officers shot down an Iranian drone. registration

Adviser to the head of the Ukrainian Interior Ministry, Anton Hyrashchenko, posted on Twitter, a recording that was made on one of the bridges in Kyiv. The picture shows Ukrainian policemen firing at a drone flying above them. Moments later, the machine fell to the ground and exploded. Hirashchenko claims that she was murdered.

“Police officers shoot down an Iranian drone,” Anton Hirashchenko wrote on Twitter. “We need air defense,” he added.

A video clip was attached to the entrance, which was recorded, inter alia, by a camera attached to the uniform of an officer. The video shows three cars parked across the street in the middle of the bridge, from which five officers armed with rifles exit. The men shot the drone passing overhead. The machine falls to the ground and explodes. It is not known whether it was dropped or exploded after hitting the target. Hirashchenko claims that she was murdered.

Ukrainian policemen launch drones with small arms [17.10.2022]PAP / EPA / VADYM Sarakhan

Based on reports Russia used on Ukraine Iranian drones, incl. Watch -136, otherwise known as kamikaze drones. It is designed to explode on impact with the intended target. They are capable of carrying explosives up to 2.5 thousand kilometers.

Read more: Washington Post: Iran Plans to secretly supply Russia with surface-to-surface missiles and combat drones

Drone attacks in Kyiv

Earlier that day, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitaly Klitschko, reported via social media about the explosions in the city center Shevchenkivsky district. He called on residents of the Ukrainian capital to stay in shelters. Soon the authorities released information about two more explosions in the center of the Ukrainian capital.

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Andrei Yermak, chief of staff of President Volodymyr Zelensky, said after a while that kamikaze drones had hit the Ukrainian capital. “The Russians think this will help them,” he wrote on Telegram.

Information on the use of drones was also confirmed by Anton Heraszczenko. Interfax of Ukraine quoted him as saying that an Iranian-made drone hit a multi-storey residential house. Heraszenko stressed that there were reports of “the arrival of groups of drones from the south and east of the Kyiv region.”