Russia has launched another “massive” missile strike against Ukraine

Russia has launched another “massive” missile strike against Ukraine

At least three people, including a teenager in Kyiv, were injured by a fresh volley of Russian airstrikes on Ukraine on Thursday, while power was cut off in the west.

On Thursday morning, explosions were reported throughout the enormous country, including in the Ukrainian capital, the second largest city of Kharkiv in the east, and the border city of Lviv in the west.

Across the nation, air raid sirens could be heard, according to The Associated Press.

According to the Associated Press, authorities in multiple places reported that some inbound Russian missiles were intercepted.

On December 29, 2022, a Ukrainian air defense system intercepts a missile launched by Russian forces towards Kiev, Ukraine.

According to authorities in Kiev, air defenses intercepted all 16 missiles launched against the city.

The mayor of Lviv, Andriy Sadoviy, stated that a large portion of the city was left without electricity, despite the fact that Russian attacks are still uncommon.

“The adversary is attacking Ukraine from several directions with cruise missiles launched from air and sea-based strategic aircraft and ships,” Ukraine’s air force said on social media, describing the onslaught as “vast.”

Mykhaylo Podolyak, a presidential assistant, stated that at than 120 missiles had been launched.

After a series of humiliating fighting failures and lost territory during the summer and fall of this year, Moscow has intensified its aerial campaign against Ukraine’s energy infrastructure by regularly hitting it with drones and missiles.

Kyiv Mayor Vitali Klitschko stated that at least three individuals, including a 14-year-old girl, were injured in the attacks.

He warned of the possibility of power outages and urged inhabitants to stock up on water.

In the midst of Russia’s invasion on Ukraine, rescuers work at a site of extensively damaged private residences on December 29, 2022 in Kiev, Ukraine.

Two private homes in the east of the capital were damaged by fragments of dropped missiles, while an industrial enterprise and a playground were destroyed in the city’s southwest, according to local officials.

Mayor Igor Terekhov stated that a “series of explosions” struck Kharkiv, the second largest city in Ukraine.

Governor Oleg Synegubov stated that “essential infrastructure” was targeted in the Kharkiv region and its capital city, where four missiles struck suburbs in the east and south.

The mayor of the historic city of Lviv, Sadoviy, warned of impending water shortages.

The governor of Lviv, Maksim Kozytski, stated that air defense was active and urged inhabitants to seek shelter.

Odessa’s governor, Maksym Marchenko, stated that air defense intercepted 21 missiles over the region.

“One of the enemy rockets exploded inside a residential building, but fortunately no one was injured,” he claimed.

He stated that there was damage to energy infrastructure and that the region was subject to emergency power outages.

 

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