At night, the Russians attacked the port infrastructure in Odesa. As a result of the attacks, the Maritime Terminal building and the hotel were significantly damaged.
At night, the Russians attacked the port infrastructure in Odesa. As a result of the attacks, the Maritime Terminal building and the hotel were significantly damaged. A similar fate befell warehouse buildings. One of Odesa's businessmen has already announced that he intends to rebuild a hotel in the center of the tourist city on the Black Sea.
On September 25, at night, Russian troops attacked Odesa. According to the Ukrainian Southern Defense Forces, the night attacks resulted in damage to maritime infrastructure. The Maritime Terminal building and the hotel located next to it were significantly damaged.
The enemy sneakily attacked the port infrastructure. The naval station in Odesa suffered significant damage, and a fire broke out in the building of the station hotel, which had been closed for several years. Firefighters quickly extinguished it – we read.
It is also reported that the Russians destroyed grain warehouses. As a result of the attacks, the warehouse buildings of one of the enterprises and a private house on the outskirts of Odesa were damaged. The shock waves shattered windows in several buildings, as a result of which a woman was injured and received medical attention.
After the night attack on Odesa, the body of a deceased person was found under the rubble. Search and rescue operations are ongoing.
At the same time, the Ukrainians shot down 11 Russian “Kalibr” and 19 “Shahed” cruise missiles.
During the night attack on September 25, the Russians destroyed a hotel on the Black Sea, which is one of the symbols of the city. Hotel "Odesa" is the largest complex of this type in the city. The building is located on the seafront, opposite the de Richelieu Monument and the Potemkin Steps.
That's all Russia is capable of: destroying, causing suffering. Yes, it hurts us to watch the enemy destroy our Odesa, our cities and villages. But this will by no means make us give up
- Ukrainian firefighters write on social media.
Odesa businessman Andriy Stavnitser said he was a co-owner of the hotel complex that was destroyed by the Russians overnight and promised to rebuild it. He write on my Facebook that he had huge plans to invest in this hotel, most of which is state-owned.
I invested millions of dollars, bought shares from private investors and, despite the war, finalized the transaction with the state. I initiated a concession for the entire passenger terminal area and found partners who were ready to invest with me in building a zone no worse than Barcelona or Copenhagen. I even found some world-class urban planners and architects.
— Everything will be. We will fix everything. Odesa will be beautiful, he adds.