Russian ballistic, cruise missiles target Poltava region overnight Sat

Russian ballistic, cruise missiles target Poltava region overnight Sat

The Russian invasion forces attacked Ukraine’s Poltava region in the early hours of Saturday, launching Iskander-type ballistic and cruise missiles, as well as Iranian-made one-way attack drones.

That’s according to the head of the Regional Military Administration, Dmytro Lunin, who broke the news on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

"There’s some damage," he wrote in a brief posting.

As the head of the administration noted, the fire was partially contained by emergency response team. Measures are being taken to eliminate the consequences of strikes.

Read also: Eight enemy drones, two missiles shot down over Odesa overnight - Bratchuk

"Amid the air defense operation, debris inflicted damage on eight private buildings and four cars. There were no casualties," Lunin emphasized.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, in the sky over Odesa on the night of June 10, Ukraine’s Defense Forces destroyed eight Russian kamikaze drones and two missiles.

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