5:15 am: Two dead in Kyiv missile attack
Two people were killed and another wounded as a result of a missile attack in Kiev, the head of the Ukrainian capital’s military administration, Serhii Babko, said on Wednesday morning.
“Unfortunately, following the fall of rubble in the Shevchenkivsky district of Kiev (…), according to preliminary information, two people died. Another person was injured,” Sergey Babko said in Telegram.
4:42 am: Missile attack on kyiv, explosion heard
A “missile attack” was launched on Wednesday morning targeting Kew, where Ukrainian civil and military officials said explosions were heard. “In the Darnytskyi district of Kyiv, debris fell on the roof of a commercial enterprise. Emergency services rushed to the scene,” the head of the capital’s military administration said in a telegram. Sergui Babko indicates possible destruction and information about victims. clarified. Kyiv Mayor Vitaly Klitschko earlier announced “explosions in the city”.
4:40 am: Attacks on Sevastopol Bay repulsed
Russian governor Mikhail Rasvozhayev said the night’s air defenses were deployed at Sevastopol Bay level, the headquarters of the Russian Black Sea fleet based in Crimea, to “prevent enemy drone attacks (coming from) the sea”. , before explaining that the situation was “under control”.
“The forces (anti-submarine sabotage) have completed their work in the sea area. Currently, there is no accurate information about the number and type of destroyed targets,” Michael said. Rasvozhaev on Telegram.
1:31 am: Russia won’t open investigation into Prigozhin plane crash as per international rules
there Russia The Brazilian Center for the Investigation and Prevention of Air Accidents (CENEBA) warned that “for the time being”, no investigation will be conducted under international rules regarding the fatal air crash. Evgeny PrigogineThe organization told Reuters on Tuesday.
Seniba said it would participate in the Russian-led investigation if invited, and that it was conducted in accordance with international rules.
Russia’s aviation authority is not obligated to respond positively to Seniba’s request, but some former investigators believe the United States and other Western governments are skeptical. The Kremlin Must be the cause of the accident. The Kremlin denies any responsibility.
1:28 am: Moscow says it destroyed four Ukrainian military ships in the Black Sea
The Russian Defense Ministry said early Wednesday that it had destroyed four Ukrainian military ships carrying a total of 50 special forces personnel in the Black Sea. At around 00:00 local time on Wednesday (21:00 GMT on Tuesday), “a plane of the Black Sea Fleet Naval Air Force (…) destroyed four fast military ships of landing groups of Ukrainian special forces. (estimated) up to 50 people in total,” the ministry said. Telegram said.
11:55 pm: Drone attack on Pskov airport in northwestern Russia
The regional governor, Mikhail Vedernikov, announced that the drone strike targeted the Pskov airport in northwestern Russia from Tuesday to Wednesday. “The Ministry of Defense prevented a drone attack on the Pskov airport,” he wrote in Telegram, accompanying his message with a video showing a large fire and explosions and the wail of sirens. “According to initial reports, there are no casualties. The extent of the destruction is being clarified,” he added, indicating that he had personally been at the spot since the incident began.
According to the official TASS news agency, citing rescue services, four Il-76 heavy cargo planes were damaged. The airspace above Vnukovo International Airport in southwest Moscow is also closed to traffic, TASS reported, citing “airline services”.
Head of Ukrainian Diplomacy, Dmytro Kuleba, received by his French counterpart Catherine Colonnainsisted thatUkraine There was no shortage of Western support at the 29th Annual Ambassadors’ Conference France.
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