Russia has launched missiles at Ukrainian cities in the second pre-dawn attack in three days.
The occupiers raised 11 strategic bombers from the Caspian Sea and the Murmansk Region into the sky at once to attack Ukraine. Air defense of Ukraine destroyed 15 cruise missiles out of 18. Pavlohrad, a logistics hub near the central city of Dnipro, was hit ahead of a much-anticipated counter-offensive by Ukraine. The rocket attack sparked a major fire, destroyed dozens of houses, and wounded 34 people. Among them are three children.Explosions were also reported in the Kharkiv, Dnipropetrovsk, and Sumy regions. Hours later, the air raid alert sounded across the country, with the capital Kyiv among the targets. Kyiv city officials said all missiles that had been directed at the capital were destroyed.
Propagandists called the situation with the shelling of Ukraine "non-standard" and saw in this another "betrayal". The Russian public is massively outraged by the fact that the missile attack on Ukraine on the night of May 1 did not produce any results. The authors of the telegram channels are indignant that the explosions that rang out in the Dnipropetrovsk, Kharkiv and Sumy regions did not cause power outages, "as was the case last time in March."
Russians also wonder why, after the missile attack in Ukraine, the subway continues to run, and Ukrainians are not worried about the lack of light in their homes. The Russians themselves continue to rejoice in cynical attacks on the civilian population and have been greeting Ukrainians since May 1 with Soviet slogans of "peace, work, may."