Russia launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine: Which areas were affected

Russia launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine: Which areas were affected

On Monday On December 5, Russia launched another massive missile attack on Ukraine. As a result of the enemy attack, people were killed and critical infrastructure facilities were damaged.

Deputy Head of the Office of the President Kyrylo Tymoshenko said that in the village of Novosofievka in Zaporozhye regionas a result of an enemy missile strike, several private houses were destroyed. So, as a result of an enemy strike, 2 people were killed, 3 more people were injured, among them — little child.

Russia launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine: Which regions were affected

Russia launched a massive missile attack on Ukraine: Which regions were affected

Tymoshenko also said that in Odessa regiontwo infrastructure facilities were damaged. Odessa was without water supply. Also now in Odessa all city boiler houses are stopped. The work will be resumed after the restoration of electricity and water supply.

The work of air defense in the Poltava region was reported by the head of the Poltava Regional State Administration Dmitry Lunin. According to him, up to 10 enemy missiles were shot down in the region. The successful work of air defense was also reported in Kyiv region. In particular, 10 missiles were detected in the airspace of Kyiv. 9.

During the shelling in the Sumy region, an emergency emergency power outage was applied.

The head of the Dnepropetrovsk Regional Military District, Valentin Reznichenko, said that fighters from the air command «East» 15 Russian missiles were shot down.

On the territory of the city of Krivoy Rog, Dnepropetrovsk region, large-scale power outages may be introduced due to damage to Ukraine's energy infrastructure.

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