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"Sorry we didn't keep it safe": the military has hilarious reaction to a broken by Russians kindergarten in Kyiv. Video

Dmitry KropivnitskyNews
Wreckage of an enemy drone fell on a kindergarten
Wreckage of an enemy drone fell on a kindergarten

As a result of an enemy drone attack on Kyiv on November 25, a kindergarten was damaged by the wreckage of a downed Shahed. According to the director of the institution, the Ukrainian military apologized for not saving it.

This was reported by Suspilne. Fortunately, no one was injured.

"The military came and said: "We are sorry that we did not save your kindergarten. ' It was so touching, I wanted to cry," said the director of the institution.

''Sorry we didn't keep it safe'': the military has hilarious reaction to a broken by Russians kindergarten in Kyiv. Video

According to her, the drone debris fell on the roof of the building, there were no injuries. According to her, the children's education will continue, they will be transferred to another building of the kindergarten.

''Sorry we didn't keep it safe'': the military has hilarious reaction to a broken by Russians kindergarten in Kyiv. Video

As a reminder, after an enemy attack in Kyiv on November 25, residential buildings and institutions were left without power in the morning. Problems with power supply due to the enemy attack were also reported in the Kyiv region.

In the central region of Ukraine, the night attack on November 25 damaged overhead power lines. Experts have begun repair work, but this may result in a power outage in Kyiv and Kyiv region.

 

As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the morning of November 25, when Ukraine commemorates the victims of the Holodomor of 1932-33, Russian troops attacked Kyiv with Iranian kamikaze drones from several directions. Air defense was activated in the capital.

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