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Poland detects “unknown” aerial object near border with Ukraine during Russia’s massive attacks on Ukraine

Local residents saw “something flying very fast westward with noise and whistling.” There was no preliminary explosion, Polish media reported.
Russian cruise missile.
Russian cruise missile. Photo from open sources
Poland detects “unknown” aerial object near border with Ukraine during Russia’s massive attacks on Ukraine

Polish Operational Command detected an unknown object that flew in from Ukrainian territory near the Ukrainian border in the Zamość area of Poland, Operational Command of the Polish Armed Forces reported.

Overnight and on the morning of 29 December, Russia launched the most massive air attack against Ukraine, employing 158 missiles and suicide drones, targeting numerous cities all across the country, Ukraine’s Air Forces reported.

During the Russian missile attack on Ukraine, Polish radar systems detected the object on its territory.

“From the moment the border was crossed until the signal disappeared, the object was observed on the radars of the country’s air defense system,” the military reported.

According to Polish RMF FM, local residents saw “something flying very fast westward with noise and whistling.” Reportedly, there was no preliminary explosion. Polish services have been mobilized to search for the unknown object.

According to the Air Force’s preliminary data, Russians used 158 means of air attack against Ukraine last night, while Ukrainian air defenses destroyed 114 of those:

  • 87 Kh-101/Kh-555/Kh-55 cruise missiles.
  • 27 Shahed-136/131 one-way attack UAVs

As of 10:20, the Ukrainian Ministry of Interior reported a civilian death toll of 12 and 76 injuries in six regions across Ukraine resulting from the Russian air attack.

Related:

Ukraine under massive air attack: civilians casualties reported in Kyiv, Lviv, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia (updates)

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