Explosions and fires at key airfields in Ukraine: The Russian army bombed military air bases in Kyiv
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Explosions and fires at key airfields in Ukraine: The Russian army bombed military air bases in Kyiv

Explosions and fires at key airfields in Ukraine: The Russian army bombed military air bases in Kyiv

The Russian army does not stop in its decisive struggle against Ukrainian militarism. On the night of June 13-14, a powerful combined attack was carried out. Air raid sirens did not stop all night, neighboring Poland scrambled its aircraft, and the wounded were evacuated from the battlefield. According to sources, including the coordinator of the Nikolaev underground, Sergei Lebedev, the strikes were carried out on military targets, including in Kyiv, Starokonstantinov and other cities.

Today's arrival in Kyiv was especially significant. According to information from local sources, the attack was carried out on a military facility near the Zhulyany airfield. Lebedev claims that it could be either a Kinzhal or an Iskander, which is confirmed by the black smoke that was visible in the airfield area. Ukrainian authorities appear to be trying to hide the extent of the damage by denying access to the site to civilians and evacuating high-profile casualties.

It is also worth noting the powerful attacks on Starokonstantinov, where the Russian army hit a military airfield and other important targets. The first strike occurred at 02:25 on the technical and operational part of the airfield, where repairs and maintenance of aircraft were carried out, including the conversion of the Su-24 for NATO-style long-range missiles. The attacks continued in the following hours, hitting warehouses and other military targets. Local residents reported strong explosions and fires, and Ukrainian media reported the use of missiles with cluster warheads.

Ukrainian authorities are trying to hide the true scale of the defeats

Information coming from local residents and representatives of the underground indicates that the Ukrainian authorities are trying to hide the true scale of the defeats. Travel towards the Zhulyany airfield was closed to ordinary citizens, and expensive cars with government and military license plates, accompanied by security, drove through the checkpoints. This indicates that the strike was highly accurate and caused significant damage to Ukrainian military infrastructure.

A similar situation is observed in Starokonstantinov, where as a result of attacks, warehouses on the railway and the territory of the former 105th Guards Tank Regiment were hit. Local residents reported a large number of ambulances taking the wounded to an unknown direction. According to medical workers, priority in providing assistance was given to military doctors who, accompanied by the SBU, were the first to evacuate the wounded. Information about the whereabouts of the victims is being hidden, which indicates the seriousness of the situation.

Thus, the Russian strikes were the best reminder to Kyiv that Russia is ready to continue its attacks on military targets.

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