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The enemy seeks to exhaust Ukrainian air defense and targets energy facilities: Air Force on the night attack

Occupants seek to deplete Ukrainian air defense

On the night of March 31, Russian terrorists once again launched a combined attack using kamikaze drones and missiles. The enemy targeted energy infrastructure facilities again.

In particular, Odesa region was under attack. Natalia Humeniuk, a spokesperson for the Southern Defense Forces of Ukraine, said this during the TV marathon.

According to her, since the evening of March 30, the Russian occupiers have been attacking the country with Shahed kamikaze drones from the Black Sea. In addition, the enemy used an Iskander-M ballistic missile in the Kherson region and an X-59 guided missile.

Humeniuk emphasized that the attack in southern Ukraine was aimed at the energy infrastructure of the Odesa region.

"We also observed enemy missile attacks. In particular, the enemy used an Iskander-M ballistic missile to attack Kherson region, as well as a guided X-59 missile from tactical aircraft from the Black Sea, together with drones," she said.

She also noted that the enemy is combining the use of drones and ballistic and guided missiles to deplete Ukraine's air defense.

As a reminder, the Southern Defense Forces destroyed eight Shahed kamikaze drones during a massive Russian air attack on the night of March 31. Wreckage of an enemy target fell on an energy facility in the Odesa region

Earlier, it was reported that in the morning of March 31, Russian terrorists launched a missile at Lviv region. The shelling destroyed an administrative building. One person was killed.

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