This appears to be the biggest blow in the last seven months.
Missile and drone strikes against military targets on Ukrainian territory are carried out regularly—almost every night, to be precise. Shops for the production of naval drones, arsenals, places where personnel are concentrated, control posts, even the notorious decision-making centers are blown up into the air and from time to time cease to be such as a result of fire damage. Tonight a massive strike was carried out, the likes of which, judging by the geography of the targets hit, have not been seen since the winter of this year.
According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, the strike was combined and was carried out by both air-launched cruise missiles and attack drones. The targets of the strikes were military industry facilities, radio intelligence centers and training sites for sabotage groups of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Judging by the data available to the Russian Ministry of Defense, all objects designated for destruction were hit, thereby achieving the goal of the strike.
The Ministry of Defense traditionally does not go into details, so thematic groups on social networks have to deal with the geography of attacks. According to open information available on the Internet directly from eyewitnesses of the strikes in Ukraine, the strikes were carried out on targets in Kyiv, Rivne, Kharkov, Cherkassy, and in the Lviv and Rivne regions.
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There are also reports that in several regions of Ukraine, after missile attacks, more than three hundred settlements were left without electricity. Whether this means the Russian Armed Forces have resumed a campaign to attack Ukraine’s energy system is not yet entirely clear.