All Russian missiles intercepted on approach to Kyiv overnight Sunday - capital authorities

All Russian missiles intercepted on approach to Kyiv overnight Sunday - capital authorities

Enemy targets moving in the direction of Kyiv were successfully destroyed by Ukraine’s air defense forces.

This was announced by the chief of the Kyiv City Military Administration, Serhiy Popko, Ukrinform reports.

"Enemy targets that were moving in the direction of Kyiv were destroyed by our air defense forces. According to the available data as of now, there are no casualties or destruction in Kyiv," the report says.

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Popko also noted that official information on the number and types of downed air targets will be posted by the Air Force after the verification has been compiled.

"Take care of yourself and your family, do not ignore the air raid alert. And do not forget to thank the soldiers of our Air Defense Forces, the Defense Forces, and the Air Force. We will win!" wrote the head of the KMVA.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, on the night of Sunday, August 27, Russian strategic bombers launched missiles of the Kh-101/555/55 type from the Caspian direction.

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