On Monday morning, dozens of Iranian-made Shahed kamikaze drones attacked Ukraine, and many of them were shot down by air defense forces. But there is also a hit in infrastructure facilities.
During the air raid, 23 enemy UAVs were recorded in the sky over the Ukrainian capital. Air defense forces destroyed 18 drones.
It is reported that drone fragments damaged the Solomensky district's roadway and the windows of a high-rise building in the Shevchenkovsky district. Emergency services eliminate the consequences. Fortunately, no one was injured in Kyiv.
According to unconfirmed reports, one of the kamikaze drones ended up in the "Antonov" civil aircraft factory. The video is taken from open sources, and the details are being specified.
In total, on the night of December 18-19, 2022, when the russian occupation forces attacked Ukraine with "Shahed-136/131" Iranian-made kamikaze drones, more than 30 UAVs destroyed the Ukrainian Defense Forces.
That night, the Russians also attacked the Dnepropetrovsk region with kamikaze drones, heavy artillery, and "Grad" missile systems. In the Nikopol region, the invaders fired more than 60 shells from "Grad" systems and heavy artillery. They shelled towns and villages in three local communities.
In Kherson, the russian invaders again hit the building of the regional military administration. The historic building was heavily damaged.
And this is how Ukraine looks from space after the last massive russian attack on December 16 in a photo from NASA. As you can see, on December 17, Ukraine, in comparison with the whole of Europe, is dark. Then the light went out in many areas of the country. There were problems with water and heat. To date, the situation has stabilized, regional power companies have introduced emergency power outages.
It is difficult to believe in the reality of what is happening, but the russians are destroying civilian objects day by day, depriving civilians of electricity and water supply. And all this happens in winter. The genocide of the Ukrainian people must be stopped...