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Military aircraft burst into flames following nighttime drone strike at Russia’s Pskov airport

Military aircraft burst into flames following nighttime drone strike at Russia’s Pskov airport

Russian officials said drone strikes targeting Pskov airport in northwestern Russia damaged or destroyed several planes between Tuesday, August 29 and Wednesday, August 30. The Russian Defense Ministry, which has listed overnight drone strikes attributed to Ukraine, has so far made no mention of the one in Pskov, which closed the airport. Follow our life.

Two people died Following the missile attack in Kiev, the mayor of the Ukrainian capital Vitaly Klitschko announced in a telegram. This is a high attack “Stronger Since Spring”is estimated Sergei Babko, head of Kiev’s military administration, in Telegram. “Twenty eight cruise missiles and 15 attack drones destroyed”Ukrainian Air Force reported.

Russia claims to have destroyed four of Ukraine’s missiles. Russia said on Wednesday it had destroyed four speedboats in the Black Sea with a total of 50 members of the Q’s special forces. Russia says these soldiers are carrying out drone strikes against its territory.

Drone attack on Russian airport. A nighttime drone attack targeting Pskov airport in northwest Russia was repelled without causing any casualties, Moscow said on Wednesday. “Destroyed Status Explained”, according to the regional governor. All flights from the airport have been cancelled.

New US military aid. The United States on Tuesday announced $250 million in new military aid to Ukraine. This assistance includes demining equipment and explosives, but also munitions, especially anti-aircraft defense systems, artillery shells and anti-armor missiles.

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