It fell right on the grave: a fragment of a Russian missile was found at a cemetery in Dnipro. Photo
Afragment of a Russian missile was found at a Dnipro cemetery. It fell directly on the grave.
This was reported by the Telegram channel Dnipro Operativnyi. The rocket damaged the tombstone.
"A fragment of a Russian missile was found at a cemetery in Dnipro. The projectile fell directly on the grave, damaging the tombstone," the report says.
Explosive experts seized this element for further neutralization.
It is worth noting that in Lviv, a fragment of a Russian missile broke a tree that was planted in memory of a fallen Ukrainian soldier. It was a reminder of soldier Ruslan Stepula, who was killed by the occupiers at the beginning of the ATO.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, Russia for the first time used a 4-ton anti-ship missile P-35 (3M44 Progress), which is at least 60 years old, to strike Ukraine. Photos of the rare missile's wreckage were posted online.
China has recognized Russian Kinzhal missiles as ineffective. China's experts said that the missile is based on outdated technology from the 1980s and is unable to significantly change the situation on the battlefield and influence the outcome of the war in Ukraine.
Russian missiles are becoming less efficient. They often fail to reach their targets and simply fall in the open.