Ukraine downs 23 of 31 Russian kamikaze drones

Ukraine downs 23 of 31 Russian kamikaze drones

In the early hours of Saturday, February 10, the Russian invasion forces launched 31 Shahed one-way attack drones from Balaklava and Cape Chauda (occupied Crimea), and Russia’s Kursk region.

That’s according to the Ukrainian Air Force, Ukrinform reports.

The main targets of the attack were the city of Odesa and Kharkiv region.

To repel the strike, Ukraine scrambled its surface-to-air missile units, mobile fire groups, and w-warfare capabilities.

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As a result of the effort, 23 kamikaze drones were intercepted over Odesa and Kharkiv regions.

As Ukrinform reported earlier, Ukraine put a U.S. company on the list of international war sponsors list amid the kamikaze drone production inquiry.

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