Air raid alert on April 29 – causes of explosions in south and east of Ukraine became known – UNIAN

In the morning, the Ukrainian military destroyed two Shahed drones in the eastern direction and one operational-tactical drone in the southern direction. About it report Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“At about 4 am, the forces and means of the Vostok Air Command of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine destroyed two Shahed-type strike UAVs,” the message says.

In addition, at about 10:00 in the southern direction in the zone of responsibility of the air command “South” of the air defense, an enemy drone of the operational-tactical level was destroyed.

RF losses in UAVs – new data

As the General Staff reported, over the past day, on April 28, the Ukrainian military destroyed four enemy drones. In total, since the beginning of the invasion, the Russians have lost 2,471 operational-tactical drones.

Air raid alert in Ukraine – the main thing

At about 05:00 on April 28, Russian invaders attacked Ukraine from Tu-95 strategic aircraft from the Caspian Sea region. The Defense Forces destroyed 21 out of 23 Kh-101/Kh-555 cruise missiles, as well as two operational-tactical UAVs.

In Uman, a rocket hit a high-rise building, as a result of which the apartments of one entrance were destroyed. As of 20:00, the number of victims of the Russian missile attack has reached 23 people. And in the Kiev region, fragments of an enemy rocket hit a high-rise building, as a result of which a 13-year-old girl was injured.

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Nevertheless, the Russian Federation continued to accumulate “Caliber” in the Black Sea. At 17:00 on April 28, the enemy grouping increased to 17 ships maneuvering near the Crimean peninsula and the coast of the Russian Federation.

On the evening of April 28, a large-scale air alert was again announced in Ukraine. The activity of Tu-95MS strategic bombers was observed. Citizens were warned about the high threat of new strikes, but after an hour they gave up.

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