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Missiles hit infrastructure in Ukraine’s Dnipro and Odesa region, air defence systems working in Kyiv

The Russian army is attacking Ukraine’s power infrastructure, Andriy Yermak, the head of Zelensky’s administration, said as he asked Ukrainians not to ignore the air raid alerts.

Odessa governor Maksym Marchenko has reported a missile hitting an infrastructure facility in his region. Kyrylo Tymoshenko, the Deputy Head of Zelensky’s office, has confirmed that the city of Dnipro is also under attack. “Two infrastructure facilities have been hit, one person was wounded. The rescuers are working on the scene,” he wrote on Telegram.

Air defence systems are in operation in Kyiv, as per Oleksiy Kuleba, the governor of the Kyiv region. Air raid alert has been issued in all regions of Ukraine except for the occupied Crimea peninsula.

Two cruise missiles were taken down over the Ukrainian capital, the local authorities report, no data of destruction or casualties so far.

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