On the night of Tuesday, February 13, the Russian occupation forces attacked the city of Dnipro with “Shakhed” kamikaze drones. Among other things, the enemy tried to attack the facilities of the fuel and energy complex.
However, most of the goals were knocked down by Ukrainian defenders. This was reported by Air Force Speaker Yuriy Ignat on the air of the telethon.
“It was hot in the Dnipro today. The anti-aircraft defense worked most of all today precisely in this region. The objects that he tried to hit and, unfortunately, there are certain damages, these are objects of the fuel and energy sector that the enemy often attacks,” he said.
Ignat emphasized that 16 out of 23 drones were successfully destroyed. In addition, he noted that enemy attacks have become more intense in the front-line regions, and the Dnieper, being close to the front line, has become one of these regions.
“The percentage of sales of targets can be lower. There is nothing surprising in this. When the Shaheds fly further into the country, they are killed in those places where it is possible. Most of all, strike fire groups work on drones,” explained the PS representative.
Let us remind you that during a night attack, air defense forces shot down 10 “Shakhedov” in the Dnipro district of the Dnipropetrovsk region. Enemy drones hit infrastructure and energy facilities in the Dnipro. Fires broke out there, but the rescuers managed to quickly extinguish them. There was no information about the victims. As a result of hitting an energy facility, part of the city’s residents were left without electricity, but subsequently almost all subscribers managed to restore electricity supply.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, on the night of February 12, the occupiers attacked the Ukrenergo substation in the Dnipropetrovsk region with kamikaze drones. A fire broke out at the site of the impact, and consumers in two districts were without power due to the shelling.
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