Russia attacked Ukraine with 17 missiles, 50 drones this week - General Staff

Russia attacked Ukraine with 17 missiles, 50 drones this week - General Staff

Russian invaders this week fired 17 missiles and used 50 drones against targets in Ukraine.

Brigadier General Oleksii Hromov, Deputy Chief of the Main Operational Department of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, said this at a briefing on Thursday, November 10, according to an Ukrinform correspondent.

"This week, the enemy fired 17 missiles and used 50 UAVs on Ukrainian territory. Of these, 24% of missiles and 64% of UAVs were destroyed. In total, during the week, air defense units destroyed 53 air targets. During the week, units of the rocket forces and artillery of the Armed Forces of Ukraine struck 56 control points of various levels, about 120 warehouses and logistics bases, as well as a number of separate targets and firepower of the enemy," Hromov said.

He recalled that for each liberated settlement, the Armed Forces of Ukraine pay the highest price - the life and health of Ukrainian defenders.

"Remember that behind the news from the frontline are real people who create modern history in extremely difficult conditions. Believe in the Armed Forces of Ukraine!" Hromov said.

Read also: Russian military death toll in Ukraine rises to 77,950

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