They explained that facilities were damaged after the Russian attack in Kiev 23:22

The Russian Federation launched missile attacks on places where the Ukrainian Armed Forces (AFU) produce missiles and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). This was reported by
Economist with source reference.

The interlocutor of the Ukrainian defense industry publication said that the Russian side fired missiles at defense facilities and some of them were connected with the production of missiles and UAVs.

The publication states that “the attacks were of strategic importance to the enemy.”

The publication emphasizes that the operation to destroy enterprises producing such equipment can reduce the potential of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

Before that, Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) Valeriy Zaluzhny statedMultiple explosions occurred on the territory of critical infrastructure facilities located in Ukraine.

On the morning of December 29, Ukrainian authorities announced a nationwide air raid alert. According to the online resource developed by the Ministry of Digital Transformation of Ukraine to warn the population, sirens began to sound everywhere around 08:05.

Previously Zelensky saidIt prevents Ukraine from transferring hostilities to the territory of the Russian Federation.

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Source: Gazeta


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