September 3, 2023 || Tongsan Media Group ||

The Ukrainian Air Force reported on Telegram that Russia attacked with Shahed – 136/131 drones from the south and southeast. A total of 25 Iranian-made Shahed attack drones were launched, of which 22 were destroyed by Ukrainian Air Defense Forces and Air Force, the Ukrainian Air Force said.

Russia has stepped up its attacks on Odesa and Mykolaiv regions, where ports and infrastructure are key to Ukraine’s millet shipments, after the UN-brokered deal in July broke down allowing safe shipments of millet from Ukraine via Black Sea ships.

Last month, in defiance of Russia’s sanctions, the first civilian cargo ship to leave Ukraine’s Black Sea headed for Istanbul, Turkey. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelansky also said on September 2 that two more ships had passed through Ukraine’s temporary Black Sea millet export corridor. In recent days, Russia has fired missiles at Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. Heavy attack by drones.

In the early morning of August 30, air defense forces destroyed more than 20 Russian missiles and drones in the city of Kiev, the military administration of Kiev wrote on Telegram, describing the attack as the most powerful air strike in Kiev since the spring.

Two people were killed in the debris crash, the head of the Kyiv City Military Administration, Serhiy Popko, wrote on Telegram. Another person was injured and receiving medical treatment, he said. At the same time, Russian forces entered several locations in the city with Iranian-made Shahed drones and fired missiles at the planes, Kiev’s military administration said.

On August 30, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that four high-speed ships carrying Ukrainian special forces were destroyed in the Black Sea at around 9:00 p.m. local time on August 29. About 50 Ukrainian special forces were on board the ships, the Russian Defense Ministry said on Telegram. However, no details were released as to where the attack took place in the Black Sea.

Source: APF News & Eleven Media

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