Occupiers launched three missiles and 12 drones at Ukraine at night: air defense forces shot down 13 targets

Air Defense Forces repulsed a nighttime Russian air attack on Ukraine

On June 26, Ukraine's air defense forces shot down 13 Russian cruise missiles and drone strike targets in the sky over a number of regions of Ukraine. They were attacked by the enemy mainly from the southern direction.

It is known that two Russian Kalibrs flying from the sea were disarmed on their approach to Odessa Region. The results of the air defense work were reported by the Air Force of the AFU.

It is noted that the launches of three Kalibr cruise missiles were carried out by the occupants from a submarine in the Black Sea. While eight strike drones Shahed-136/131 of Iranian production flew from the eastern coast of the Sea of Azov.

"The air defense forces and means of the South Air Command destroyed two Kalibr cruise missiles and seven Shahed UAV strike drones," the report said.

In addition, the enemy attacked from the northern direction with four drones of unspecified type (probably strike drones). All the drones were destroyed in the area of responsibility of the Center air command.


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Recall: An air alert was sounded Monday night in eastern, southern, central, and some northern regions of Ukraine. The military warned that Russia was attacking with drones and Kalibr cruise missiles. In Poltava region, Kyiv region, Odessa region and Cherkasy region there were explosions - tentatively, due to the work of the air defense system.

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, on the night of June 24, the defenders repulsed a massive attack by the Russian Federation, which launched about 50 missiles at Ukraine. In the sky over the regions, air defense forces shot down 40 Kh-101/Kh-555 missiles, one Kalibr and three Shahed of the occupants.

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