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Russian strikes in Kyiv .. targeting railway infrastructure

Russian forces launched several strikes At dawn, the railway infrastructure in Kyiv was targetedIt is the first since the end of last April, while Moscow confirmed that it had destroyed armored vehicles that Ukraine had received from countries in Eastern Europe.

According to the head of the Ukrainian State Railways Oleksandr Kamyshin, four missiles hit the trailer repair factory in Darnitsia. He added via Telegram that one of the workers was injured.

While he stressed that the factory is not concerned with military equipment, but rather repairs trailers transporting exports of grain, according to what was reported by “AFP”.

Armor destruction

For its part, Russia confirmed that in Sunday air strikes on Kyiv, it destroyed armored vehicles that Ukraine had received from countries in Eastern Europe. These strikes are the first in several weeks.

“High-precision and long-range missiles fired by the Russian Air Force on the Kyiv suburbs destroyed T-72 tanks supplied by Eastern European countries and other armored vehicles that were located in the warehouses of a trailer repair company” for the railways, said Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Igor Konashenkov.

But the Ukrainian official said, “Russia is lying. Their goal is the Ukrainian economy and civilians. They want to deprive us of the ability to export Ukrainian products to the West.”

The mayor of the Ukrainian capital, Vitaly Klitschko, spoke of “several explosions in the Darnitsky and Dniprovsky regions” in the southeast of the capital, without specifying what the targeted sites were.

material damage

In turn, field correspondents reported that the army established a safe corridor in the vicinity of the railway infrastructure, preventing access to it.

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They said that the glass facades of a ten-storey building were completely shattered, and at about nine local time, firefighting teams were able to put out the fire that broke out in it.

Initial information stated that there were “no casualties” as a result of the explosions.

From east Kyiv – Reuters

In addition, according to the Ukrainian Air Force, Russian Tu-95 bombers stationed in the Caspian Sea detonated cruise missiles towards Kyiv, one of which was destroyed.

“Nuclear terrorism”

For its part, the Ukrainian company “Energoatum”, which manages the country’s nuclear plants, announced that a missile “flyed at an extremely low altitude over the Bivdino-Ukrainska plant” in the Mykolaiv region (south), denouncing “nuclear terrorism”. The source added that “this missile was most likely fired towards Kyiv.”

It is noteworthy that Russia had diverted its focus from Kyiv at the end of March and early April, but it returned and bombed the city on April 28 during a visit by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

At the time, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky announced the fall of “five missiles” in Kyiv. And on Saturday night, sirens sounded to warn of air strikes in several Ukrainian cities.