Occupants send drones at Odesa region's port infrastructure at night: fire started as a result of falling debris
On the night of October 23, the Russian terrorist army tried to attack the port infrastructure in Odesa region with kamikaze drones. Air defense forces shot down 9 UAVs in the region.
As a result of the fall of the drone debris, a fire broke out at a port infrastructure facility in Odesa district. This was reported by the Southern Defense Forces of Ukraine.
Russian troops sent kamikaze drones from Cape Chauda in the temporarily occupied Crimea. The target of the attack was once again the port infrastructure of Odesa region. The UAVs attacked mainly from the sea, where they were met by air defense units.
As a result of combat operations in Odesa region, 9 enemy drones were destroyed. Another UAV was shot down over Vinnytsia region.
The wreckage of the downed drone damaged the roof of a warehouse building at a port infrastructure facility in Odesa region. Rescuers promptly extinguished the fire, with no casualties.
On the night of October 23, the defenders of Ukrainian skies repelled an air attack by Russia, which was launched by missiles and Shahed kamikaze drones. All attack UAVs and an X-59 missile were shot down.
Earlier it was reported that the Russian invaders began to attack Ukraine with homemade UAVs of an unspecified type. The invaders "sculpt" them from low-quality parts purchased on the Chinese marketplace AliExpress, but such drones are also dangerous.
As reported by OBOZ.UA:
- The Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine predicted that the Russian occupation army would act brazenly, continuing to carry out missile and drone attacks. The invaders regularly use new tactics to bypass air defense systems.
- The ISW said that the aggressor country Russia is diversifying the combination of missiles, guided bombs and drones that it uses for massive attacks on Ukrainian cities. This is how the enemy is trying to find gaps in Ukrainian air defense before further attacks in the winter.