Four enemy drones shot down over Dnipropetrovsk region at night: details emerged
On the night of 6 March, the Russian occupation army once again attacked Dnipropetrovsk Region with drones. According to preliminary reports, the enemy used Iranian-made Shahed kamikaze drones.
A total of four UAVs were detected over the region, and all of them were destroyed by air defence forces. The head of the Dnipropetrovsk regional military administration, Serhiy Lysak, said this on Telegram.
According to the head of the OVA, all enemy drones over the Dnipropetrovsk region were destroyed by the military of the Voskhod Southern Command. Lysak also noted that according to preliminary data, they were Shahed UAVs.
"At night the enemy attacked Dnipropetrovsk region with four drones. However, our heroic military personnel from Southern Command Voskhod destroyed them. They were probably Shahed," the head of the OVA said.
We shall remind you that on the night of March 1, the aggressor country made another attempt to attack targets in Ukraine with Iranian-made Shahed strike drones. The defenders of the Ukrainian skies shot down four enemy UAVs.
Earlier, the spokesman for the Air Force Command of the Ukrainian Armed Forces, Yuriy Ignat, said that the Russian occupiers were using 30-40 missiles every day to attack Ukrainian territory. The enemy uses all methods of reconnaissance to determine targets: radar, agency, air and space.
As OBOZREVATEL reported, during a Russian drone attack from 26 to 27 February, Ukraine's defenders shot down 11 of 14 kamikaze drones, including nine Shaheds disarmed around Kiev. At the same time, there was an incident in Khmelnitsky - enemy UAV strikes claimed the lives of two rescuers.
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