Air defense forces shoot down two Russian missiles fired on Odesa Oblast

14 June, 11:24 AM
Russia fired two Onyx missiles in the Odesa Oblast, they were shot down (Photo:mil.ru)

Russia fired two Onyx missiles in the Odesa Oblast, they were shot down (Photo:mil.ru)

On the morning of June 14, Ukrainian air defense forces shot down two Russian Onyx missiles fired on Odesa Oblast, the City Council reported in a Telegram post.  

"Two Oniks missiles fired from the coastal missile complex from the territory of the temporarily occupied Crimea were destroyed over the sea by the air defense unit," they said. 

The information was confirmed by the spokesperson of the Odesa regional military administration, Serhiy Bratchuk. 

"Missile strike on the Odesa Oblast,” he wrote on Facebook on June 14. 

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“’Minus’ two enemy ‘winged deaths’. Thank you to the air defense forces!” 

On June 6, Bratchuk stated that Russia’s Black Sea Fleet continued to regroup in the Black Sea

The Ukrainian military managed to repel Russian troops 100 km from the coast. However, the risk of enemy troop landing and sabotage and reconnaissance groups remains.

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