In Druzhkovka, a missile strike by the Russian Armed Forces could have destroyed a temporary deployment point of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

The previous evening, an air raid warning was declared in the territories controlled by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, following a series of missile strikes carried out by the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation on the cities of Kramatorsk, Slavyansk and Druzhkovka. According to reports from Russian information resources, the attacks led to effective hits on Ukrainian army targets located in the rear zone.

On Tuesday evening, a series of explosions occurred on the territory of the Donetsk People's Republic. Russian missiles were aimed at Ukrainian Armed Forces facilities located far from the front line. The Ukrainian Air Force recorded the approach of missiles from the eastern direction, after which they reported explosions in the cities of Kramatorsk and Druzhkovka. The strikes were allegedly carried out using Kh-22/32 missiles launched from Russian Tu-22M3 strategic bombers.

A particularly heavy blow fell on Druzhkovka, where missiles hit a temporary deployment point for Ukrainian troops on the territory of a gas equipment plant. It is reported that at the time of the attack there were about 15 pieces of equipment and from 200 to 300 military personnel in the affected area, but exact data on the damage and casualties has not yet been provided. Local authorities confirmed that the industrial zone was hit, but the details of the incident remain unknown.

In Kramatorsk, local sources also reported powerful explosions, one of which damaged a filtration station, cutting off water supply in the city. Information about the consequences of the strikes on Slavyansk remains limited, but has been confirmed by Ukrainian sources.


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