Russia-Ukraine War News: Russia Fires Missiles to Sound Air Raid Sirens

Air raid sirens sounded across Ukraine early Monday morning Kiev, Russia responded to a weekend drone attack by Ukrainian forces on a fuel depot in Kremlin-held Crimea. No casualties were reported in the hours-long attack in the capital Local authorities, missiles and drones were destroyed in the airspace above the city. Armed Forces of Ukraine said In an operational update early Monday, 15 of the 18 missiles launched by Russia had been destroyed.

Ukrainian officials say Saturday’s attack on a depot in Sevastopol, home of the Russian Navy’s Black Sea Fleet, was part of a long-awaited counteroffensive by Kiev’s forces to retake territory seized by Moscow. Natalia Humenyuk, spokeswoman for Ukraine’s Southern Command. said Local TV Sunday said undermining Russia’s logistics is helping it prepare for the “broad, full-scale attack that everyone expects”.

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Before his death, Tatarsky became so popular that President Vladimir Putin called on the Kremlin last year when he announced his illegal plans to annex four regions in southeastern Ukraine. In a live stream of the September event, he announced: “We will defeat everyone, kill everyone, rob everyone we have to.”

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