A Russian drone damaged the main church of the UGCC in Kyiv. Photo
During a massive attack by Russian occupiers with kamikaze drones on Kyiv on the night of November 25, drone fragments damaged the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ of the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church. It is located in the Dnipro district of the capital.
This was reported on the website of the UGCC. The shock wave broke windows and damaged doors in the cathedral.
A multi-storey building located near the church suffered more damage.
Vasyl Bukatyuk, a spokesman for the UGCC Information Department, said that six windows in the basement of the cathedral were damaged. Also, the blast wave knocked out double-glazed windows. Four doors of the church had damaged fittings, and the cores were torn out of the door locks.
In addition, the residence of the Head of the Church was also damaged - the fittings of three doors were damaged.
According to the report, many fragments of a Russian drone of various sizes were collected on the territory of the Patriarchal Cathedral.
"In exchange for gifts from St. Nicholas, we will receive original souvenirs," said His Beatitude Sviatoslav.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of November 25, Russia launched a massive UAV air attack on Kyiv, during which more than six dozen drones were hit by air defense forces and means. Unfortunately, the falling debris damaged buildings in the capital, including a kindergarten.