Russian army reports hitting ‘UAV assembly facility’ near Dnipro

Ukraine previously stated that a residential building had been destroyed

Russian forces hit a Ukrainian UAV assembly facility in the area of Dnipro, the Russian Defence Ministry said in its daily bulletin.

“1 Ukrainian UAV assembly facility near Dnepropetrovsk has been hit by high-precision ground-based weapons,” the ministry said.

The bulletin also says that Russia has destroyed 21 Ukrainian UAVs in the Luhansk and Donetsk “people’s republics”, the Kharkiv, Kherson, and Zaporizhzhia regions, as well as over the Black Sea waters.

On Sunday morning, head of Ukraine’s Dnipro regional administration Serhiy Lysak said that the body of a two-year-old girl had been recovered from under the rubble left after an apartment building was hit by a missile.

The number of injured persons rose to 22, including 5 children.

“Two two-storey apartment buildings were partially destroyed after the enemy’s missile landed between them. Moreover, ten private houses, a car, a shop, and gas pipelines are also damaged,” Lysak wrote.

Lysak added that two cruise missiles and a drone were downed over the Dnipro region overnight.

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