Russia Launches Another Round of Airstrikes on Kiev

Russia Launches Another Round of Airstrikes on Kiev

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky had only lauded air defense units hours before this latest incident.
Hours after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky hailed air defense personnel for saving hundreds of lives by shooting down a barrage of Russian drones and missiles aimed at the city and other areas, Russia unleashed a round of airstrikes on Kyiv. Happened.

Russia Launches Another Round of Airstrikes on Kiev
Russia Launches Another Round of Airstrikes on Kiev

According to city officials, Kyiv’s air defense system was actively engaging targets from its next plan on Tuesday morning, but suddenly air raid sirens began sounding in several neighborhoods. Became.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko used the messaging app Telegram to appeal to his people, saying, “In the attacks so far, this is considered a large-scale attack!” Don’t go out of the safe zone.

A woman, 27 years old, was injured in the Holosievsky neighborhood in the southwest, according to Klitschko. He then revealed that another victim of the Russian bombing had been mentioned to him.

Several areas of Kyiv, including the historic Podil and Pechersky neighborhoods, were hit by falling debris, according to officials from the military administration. Air defense systems were able to detect and destroy the approaching projectiles.

After a fire broke out early Tuesday morning due to falling debris, Klitschko notified the media that inhabitants of a multi-story residential building were being evacuated.

More than 20 drones were shot down, according to Serhiy Popko, head of Kyiv’s military administration, who made a claim on the Telegram messaging app.

According to Zelensky’s nighttime address on Monday, most drones and missiles had been shot down, but some “evil” Russian airstrikes had gotten through Ukrainian defenses.

The Ukrainian president has said, “The world must see that terror is losing,” in an appeal for increased international assistance to strengthen national security further.

A Ukrainian military leader has said, “There is no greater humiliation for the country of terrorist Russia than the success of our fighters.” military leader Valery Zaluzny.

The Institute for the Study of War in Washington, DC, reported that Russia fired 11 Iskander ballistic missiles, 38 Iranian drones, and 40 cruise missiles during the attack on Sunday night, Monday morning, and Monday afternoon.

While “prioritizing targeting Kyiv may deter potential Ukrainian retaliation,” the airstrike campaign indicates Russia is trying to damage Ukraine’s ability to conduct an anticipated offensive to recapture territory lost to Russia. The institute added that this reduced the campaign’s potential to disrupt the system significantly.

Air Force spokesman Yuri Ihnat speculated that the US-supplied Patriot anti-missile system was responsible for the successful interception of approaching Iskander ballistic missiles and other weaponry.

Russia’s attacks indicate an effort to debilitate Ukraine’s capacity to mount a counteroffensive and retake land Russia has taken.
In contrast, “the priority of targeting Kyiv is further limiting the campaign’s ability to meaningfully disrupt potential Ukrainian retaliation,” as stated by the institution.

Air Force spokesman Yuri Ihnat speculated that the US-supplied Patriot anti-missile system was responsible for the successful interception of approaching Iskander ballistic missiles and other weaponry.

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