The Russians attacked the Ukrainian capital again. As reported, Moscow fired missiles from the Caspian Sea region, which were shot down by Ukraine's air defense. Local authorities said no one was inju
The Russians attacked the Ukrainian capital again. As reported, Moscow fired missiles from the Caspian Sea region, which were shot down by Ukraine's air defense. Local authorities said no one was injured and there was no major damage. Meanwhile, the Institute of War Studies informed about the movement of Ukrainians in the Zaporozhye region. They were to "make further significant tactical gains" in the western part of the area.
Ukrainian air defense forces shot down Russian missiles aimed at Kyiv, the head of the Kyiv military administration, Serhiy Popko, announced on Telegram on Sunday. According to initial reports, the Russian attack did not cause any casualties or casualties.
"Enemy objects that were moving towards Kyiv were destroyed by air defense forces and resources. According to current data, there are no casualties or damage in Kyiv," Popko wrote.
The Russians probably used Ch (55, 101, 555) missiles launched by Tu-95MS strategic bombers from the Caspian Sea region.
The anti-aircraft alert was announced in Ukraine on the night from Saturday to Sunday in all regions of the country. The Air Force explained that the reason was the threat of missiles.
The Institute for War Studies (ISW) has published an update on the situation at the front. Analysts reported that the Ukrainians "gained further significant gains in the western part of the Zaporizhzhia region."
The move of the Ukrainian army was also to be confirmed by Russian sources. Ukrainian and American channels suggest that the Russians have prepared advanced defensive positions.