Russian forces carried out airstrikes on Kyiv overnight, military officials in the Ukrainian capital said on Friday, adding that all the missiles had been intercepted and destroyed.
“Another airstrike on Kiev, the 13th in a row since the beginning of May! And, as always, at night,” reports the military administration of the city in the Telegram account.
It said that Tu-95MS strategic bombers from the Caspian Sea region fired cruise missiles at the city.
“According to preliminary information, all enemy objects in the airspace of Kyiv have been identified and destroyed,” the agency added, clarifying that there were no casualties or damage.
In its daily morning briefing, the General Staff of Ukraine reported 55 Russian airstrikes over the past day, including 36 from explosive drones and four missile attacks.
“The S-300 missile hit the dam in the Karlovka region of the Donetsk region,” the report says.
“As a result, there is a great threat of flooding other nearby settlements.”
Meanwhile, in Russia, a “detonation” damaged a building in Krasnodar, a city near Crimea, without causing any casualties, local authorities reported, citing RIA Novosti.
In early May, Russia was rocked by a series of attacks and sabotage, including the derailment of two freight trains and a fire at an oil depot caused by a drone strike.
And on Monday, two armed groups calling themselves Russians attacked the Russian district of Belgorod from Ukraine, which became the most serious invasion since the beginning of the war.