A missile fell on the territory of Moldova, near the border with Ukraine. According to what was reported by the Russian RIA Novosti agency, quoting the Ministry of Interior. The missile was found by Moldovan border guards near Prichini, in the north of the country, on the day when Russian missile attacks were underway over much of Ukraine, and it was repelled by anti-aircraft missiles from Kyiv. Because of the Russian raids, several cities in Ukraine were left without water or electricity. According to the head of the military department in Kryvyi Rih in central Ukraine, He added, “Part of the city is without electricity, and many boilers and water pumping stations are cut off. Operators in Odessa in the south and Sumy in the northeast reported interruptions in water and electricity supplies. Electricity was also out in Mykolaiv in the south, according to the mayor, Oleksandr Senkevich. Governor of the Kyiv region of Ukraine, Oleksiy Kuleba, said that some of the infrastructures of the region were bombed by Russian missiles, Stressing that 40% of the lands are devoid of electricity But there were no “serious consequences”. Sky News reports.
president Volodymyr Zelensky But he said that Ukrainian anti-aircraft defense shot down “most” of the missiles fired by the Russians today. Ukraine shot down more than 60 of the more than 70 missiles launched by Russia on Monday in an intense missile attack. This was reported by the command of the Ukrainian Air Force.
A drone hit the runway of Russia’s Engels-1 Air Base in the Saratov region today, destroying two Tu-95 bombers, Ukrainska Pravda reports.
Adding that at least two soldiers were wounded and taken to hospital. Earlier, three people were killed and at least five others were injured in an explosion at an airport near Ryazan, southeast of Moscow:
The emergency services told the Russian news agency Tass. According to other Russian media reported by Western media, an oil tanker loaded with
fuel and wounded six.
Putin in crime – Russian President Vladimir Putin visited the bridge connecting Crimea with the Union Territory, which was attacked last October. The chief crossed the restored bridge and spoke with some of the workers working on it, the TASS news agency reported that Putin himself drove the car in which he crossed the bridge, accompanied by Deputy Prime Minister Marat Khosnullin, who gave him a report on the repair work. In a video broadcast by Rossiya-24 TV channel, the president can be heard saying, “We are walking on the bridge on the right side. The left side, as I understand it, is good, but it needs to be supplemented. It has suffered more or less the same damage, it is necessary to make it In perfect condition.” The attack occurred on 8 October, when a truck bomb exploded, killing four people and collapsing two arches of the vehicular traffic section of the bridge. According to Russia’s domestic security service, the FSB, the attack was masterminded by Ukraine’s military intelligence, led by Kirill Budanov.
Putin drives his car over a bridge in Crimea, affected by the bombing
According to Putin, Russia can count on a “huge army” of civilian volunteers, numbering 21 million people. Putin spoke about those civilians who serve to help the most needy part of the population. “It is difficult,” said the President, “to find words for those who are devoted and follow their hearts, help seriously ill people, take part in organizing sporting events, help maintain order, take care of nature, and devote a large part of their lives to others, For those who need this help. Putin added that there are 21 million volunteers in Russia, more than 15% of the population, calling them “an army, a colossal army”.
Meanwhile I amThe Wall Street Journal The US alleges that the US has secretly modified HIMARS missile launchers it delivered to Ukraine so that they cannot be used in long-range missiles capable of hitting Russia. The newspaper quoted some of the administration’s sources as saying The change was a necessary precaution to reduce the risk of a wider war with Russia.
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