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Odessa attack by Russian drones – hitting a government building

Three Russian Kamikaze planes crashed in Odessa this morning.

The attack was said to have hit several government buildings in the city center.

– Our task now is to secure the city’s supplies, says Mayor Gennady Trukhanov in a Facebook post.

In the morning, the Russian forces attacked in Odessa At the center, the Ukrainian newspaper Pravda reported, referring to a statement issued by the Southern Operations Command.

The attack was carried out by so-called “kamikaze drones”. The attack hit several government buildings in the city center. Three attacks have been reported so far.

The emergency services are now working to put out the fires that have arisen in connection with the attacks.

Pravda wrote that the air defense shot down one of the drones before it hit its target.

No one was reported to have been injured in the attacks, but several buildings were damaged.

The mayor of the city, Gennady Trukhanov, announced on Facebook that several apartment buildings and buildings in the vicinity of the explosion sustained minor damage.

After this morning’s attack, our job now is to secure the city’s supplies — and that includes rerouting public transportation on the roads, which will soon be implemented, he says.

Guadrian newspaper reported that the Ukrainian military reported about a dozen robotic attacks against several civilian targets during Sunday morning. In the past 24 hours, 35 communities have reportedly been attacked.

The photo was said to show smoke after government buildings were attacked in Odessa.
The photo was said to show smoke after government buildings were attacked in Odessa.
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