Russia launches new missile attack from Kursk, Belarus, and Black Sea

17 November 2022, 02:39 PM
The missile attack on Ukraine on Nov. 17 includes launches from strategic bombers and Belarusian territory (Photo:kv.npu.gov.ua)

The missile attack on Ukraine on Nov. 17 includes launches from strategic bombers and Belarusian territory (Photo:kv.npu.gov.ua)

The missile attack on Ukraine on Nov. 17 includes both missiles launched from strategic bombers in Russia and Shahed-136 suicide drones from Belarus and Russia’s Kursk Oblast, Air Force spokesperson Yuriy Ignat said on national TV on Nov. 17.

The invaders also attacked Ukraine from the Black Sea, probably with Kalibr cruise missiles, Ignat added.

So far, the total number of missiles fired is unknown, but the Russian Federation has launched at least 10, the command representative added.

Strikes have been confirmed on critical infrastructure facilities in Odesa and Kharkiv oblasts, as well as the city of Dnipro. According to the Prime Minister Denys Shmyhal, one of the targets was the Pivdenmash plant in Dnipro.

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