Russian forces attacked Odessa with drones
Russia again attacked the Odesa region in southern Ukraine with 19 drones and 14 missiles, Ukrainian authorities said today, adding that one person was injured and port infrastructure was damaged.
Moscow "attacked the Odesa region with drones and two types of missiles," Governor Oleg Kiper reported on Telegram, citing several attacks, including an attack on port infrastructure. "One civilian was injured by an explosion," he added, specifying that the person was transferred to a hospital.
According to the Ukrainian army, Russia used 19 Iranian-made Shahed drones, two supersonic Onyx missiles and 12 Kalibr missiles in the attack. A submarine was also activated, according to the same source. All the drones and 11 Caliber missiles were shot down by the anti-aircraft defenses, but the city suffered "significant" damage. A fire broke out in a hotel, which was quickly extinguished.
At the same time, the governor of Russia's Kursk region, Roman Starovoit, said that a Ukrainian drone attack damaged an administrative building and several private homes. There is currently no information on the extent of the attack and the information cannot be confirmed by an independent source.