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Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

Air raid alert declared in several regions of Ukraine

On the evening of Saturday, November 25, Russian occupation forces launched another attack on Ukraine, using Shahed kamikaze drones. As a result, an air raid alert was declared in the Dnipropetrovsk and Zaporizhzhia regions, and then the threat spread further.

This was reported by the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. "UAVs are on the border of Zaporizhzhia and Dnipro regions," it wrote.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

Later, a UAV threat was added for the Poltava region. "Strike UAVs are in the Poltava region, likely direction is Myrhorod," the AFU said.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

The alert was once again declared in the Dnipropetrovsk and Zaporizhzhia regions, while enemy UAVs meanwhile reached the Cherkasy region. "Groups of attack UAVs are entering the airspace of the Cherkasy region from the east," the military said.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

However, Zaporizhzhia and Dnipro regions were soon once again under threat due to new enemy UAVs.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

An alert was also declared in the Kyiv region as a group of attack UAVs was moving in the direction of Kyiv. The Ukrainian Air Force also reported new groups of enemy UAVs heading in the direction of the Dnipropetrovsk region.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

The alert for enemy UAVs was announced in Kyiv and the Kharkiv region. "Kharkiv region, a group of enemy attack UAVs is moving in your direction," the military warned.

The Kyiv city RMA reported that attack UAVs were moving in the direction of Kyiv.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

"Groups of enemy strike UAVs have split up and are moving through Kremenchuk in the direction of Cherkasy, while others are moving through Poltava in the direction of Sumy," the Ukrainian Air Force reported.

Occupiers continue to attack Ukraine with drones: air raid alert was announced in a number of regions. Map

The Russians have recently changed the tactics of using drones. Previously, each of them simply moved along a specific route to its target, but now UAVs can "circle": fly around the region, return, and circle from side to side. In addition, the duration of drone attacks on Ukraine has increased.

According to Yurii Ihnat, a spokesman for the Air Force Command, the enemy is using drones to identify weaknesses in our air defense.

"This is being done to find weaknesses in our air defense, to see how effective this new route that has been laid will be. But the goal remains the same, which is to destroy the target," he explained.

As reported by OBOZ.UA:

- On the morning of November 25, Russian troops attacked Kyiv with Iranian kamikaze drones from several directions. Air defense was triggered in the capital, and more than 60 enemy targets were shot down.

- Yurii Ihnat said that during this attack, groups of UAVs were simply circling the country in order to accumulate them and strike at Kyiv at the same time.

- The air defense forces targeted Russian drones in 6 regions of Ukraine, and a record 74 Shakhtyds were shot down.

- It also became known that that night the Russians launched Shahed kamikaze drones painted in black. In this way, the enemy is probably trying to complicate the work of Ukrainian air defense, the Air Force says.

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