Twenty-two missiles shot down over Kyiv today

Twenty-two missiles shot down over Kyiv today

The Defense Forces of Ukraine shot down 22 enemy missiles in the sky over Kyiv on Wednesday, November 23.

"During the air raid alert, 31 missiles were detected in the sky over the capital. The Kyiv Defense Forces shot down 22 of them," the Kyiv City Military Administration posted on Telegram.

It is noted that a residential neighborhood of the capital came under enemy fire. As a result of the strike, three people were killed, eleven were injured. Certain elements of critical infrastructure were damaged.

"Some districts of the capital are partially blacked out and have problems with heat and water supply. The power supply is disconnected in emergency mode, restoration is expected after the system is stabilized," the Kyiv City Military Administration noted.

According to the Administration’s data, water and heat are expected to appear in the houses on the morning of November 24.

It is emphasized that all emergency crews are working to restore damaged supply lines in emergency mode.

As reported, in the afternoon of November 23, Russian troops launched another massive attack on the territory of Ukraine, hitting infrastructure facilities and residential buildings.


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