The Russian Ministry of Defense released its cynical version of the missile attack on Kyiv region

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Enemy Iskander missiles
Enemy Iskander missiles

The aggressor country Russia claims that on the morning of November 11, it allegedly carried out a successful missile attack on the Kyiv region of Ukraine. They say a "munitions depot" was hit.

The Russian Ministry of Defense issued a report. The press service stated that the target of the attack was located near the village of Divychky in Kyiv region.

The ammunition depot allegedly belonged to the 43rd Separate Mechanized Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

The enemy's report on the shelling of Ukraine.
Divychky on the map.

On the morning of Saturday, November 11, a terrorist country attacked Kyiv region with missiles - in one of the districts of the region, two of them hit a field between two settlements, the RMA said. The blast wave damaged at least five private houses. There was also minor damage to the business premises of a private enterprise.

"There were no hits to critical or residential infrastructure," said Ruslan Kravchenko, head of the Kyiv regional military administration.

Residents of the capital heard the explosions around 8:00 a.m. on Saturday. The aggressor country tried to attack the city with a ballistic missile (Iskander-M). Before that, the occupiers had not launched missiles at Kyiv for 52 days.

The KCMA stated that the enemy air target did not reach the city, as missile defense destroyed it on approach.

The Ukrainian Air Force later reported that a Patriot air defense system had been successfully launched near the capital.

As OBOZ.UA previously wrote, as of the morning of November 11, the missile carriers of the Russian occupation forces in the Black Sea were not put on combat duty due to the storm. However, the enemy can launch missiles from ships even in the bay, so the level of missile danger in Ukraine remains quite high.

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