The authorities of Ukraine reported today at least 11 dead in successive Russian attacks in various parts of the country, including the capital kyiv, as well as in Zaporizhzhia.
At least eleven other people have been injured, reported the spokesman for the State Emergency Service, Oleksandr Khorunzhyi, according to the Ukrinform portal.
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The attacks with Russian drones and missiles spread to eleven regions, with 35 buildings damaged, according to the provisional balance of that spokesman.
This new balance of victims and damage occurs after a death was already reported in kyiv early in the morning, followed by another three deaths in Zaporizhzhya following an attack on critical power facilities.
The commander of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Valery Zaluzhny, had reported that Russian troops launched 55 missiles between last night and Thursday morning, 47 of which were intercepted by anti-aircraft defense systems.
According to this source through Telegram, 20 of the intercepted missiles, of the “Cruise” type, were directed towards kyiv, while another four Kh-59 guided rockets did not reach their target.
The mayor of the Ukrainian capital, Vitali Klitschko, had reported at least one fatality in the morning as a result of the impact of a Russian missile against a non-residential building in the Holosiiv district.
The mayor also reported other explosions in the Dnipro district of the city, assuring that emergency services are already working at the scene.
Missile alert sirens sounded Thursday morning in all regions of Ukraine, before the Russian attacks took place.
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