Around 7 am, the first air raid alerts began. By 8:30 a.m., a missile threat was announced throughout Ukraine, including in the occupied Crimea.
Air defense work was recorded in the Kyiv, Dnepropetrovsk, Kirovograd, Poltava and Zaporizhzhia regions. In Kharkiv, three hits on critical infrastructure facilities.
Because of the shelling, emergency blackouts were introduced in some regions. In particular, in Zhytomyr, Cherkasy, part of Dnepropetrovsk and other regions of Ukraine. The air raid continues. There may be new launches of missiles, as well as kamikaze drones.
One of the flying rockets was filmed by a resident of Kyiv. "She flies to Vinnytsia" - says the man.
And now residents of the city of Dnipro hear such sounds.
Energy Minister Herman Galushchenko said that energy facilities in eastern and southern Ukraine were damaged due to Russian shelling.
“A drop in generation volumes is possible. Power outages occur. As soon as possible, power engineers will restore the power supply,” he added.
In the photo - the remains of one of the downed missiles in the Kyiv region. Fortunately, no casualties.
Kryvyi Rih. Emergency services continue to work at the site of the rocket explosion.
2 people died. 6 people were injured, including 3 children. There may be 2 people under the rubble, 1 of them is a child.
Another video in which the russians are trying to destroy one of the largest energy facilities in Ukraine with missiles. Profanity is present.
This is what missile strikes on Ukraine look like from the window of a WizzAir plane flying over Moldova.