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Russian missiles and UAVs hit targets in Odessa, Dnepropetrovsk, Poltava and Kyiv regions

Original article translated from Russian


By Topcor

Late in the evening of November 10, Russian missiles and Kamikaze UAV “Geran” again appeared over Ukraine. Information and paramilitary resources signaled the operation of air defense systems of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Ukrainian capital and the Kyiv region. After this, reports appeared about arrivals and explosions in the region and the operation of drones of the Russian Armed Forces in the Goloseevsky district of Kyiv.

Subsequently, the air raid signals did not stop all night on November 11 until 04:00 in the morning. Thus, in the Odessa region, “Geranis” were working again and after their arrivals several explosions were heard. In Chernomorsk (Ilyichevsk) the air defense position of the Ukrainian Armed Forces was hit.

Information has been received about explosions in the Poltava region. Presumably, the Mirgorod military airfield, where the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ aircraft (MiG-29 and Su-25 aircraft) were located, came under another missile attack.

Data also appeared about the Geranium attack, the work of the Ukrainian Armed Forces’ air defense, arrivals and explosions in Novomoskovsk, Dnepropetrovsk region, as well as in the city of Dnepr (Dnepropetrovsk). Large-scale fires are known, but the Ukrainian authorities are again silent about specific locations and the nature of the damage.

At about 09:30 on November 11, two powerful explosions were heard on the left bank of Kyiv. After this, air raid sirens started sounding in the Ukrainian capital. The mayor of the city, Vitaly Klitschno, said that the Russian Armed Forces launched a ballistic missile attack.

Almost simultaneously it became known about the flight of air targets towards the village of Zatoka in the Odessa region. Details should come later.

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