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Ukrainska Pravda: Ukraine’s defense intel main target in Russia’s latest missile attack on Kyiv

“The absolute majority of missiles that flew towards Kyiv on 21 March were directed at the facilities of the Main Intelligence Directorate,” a source in the agency told Ukrainska Pravda.
Consequences of the massive Russian missile attack on Kuiv on 21 March.
Consequences of the massive Russian missile attack on Kuiv on 21 March. Credit: Ukraine’s SES
Ukrainska Pravda: Ukraine’s defense intel main target in Russia’s latest missile attack on Kyiv

Nearly all the cruise and ballistic missiles launched by Russia on Kyiv in the early hours of 21 March were aimed at the facilities of the Main Intelligence Directorate of the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense, Ukrainska Pravda reported, citing a source in the agency.

In the early hours of 21 March, Russian forces launched two ballistic missiles and 29 cruise missiles on Kyiv, all of which were intercepted, according to the Ukrainian Air Force. Despite the success of the Ukrainian air defense forces, the attack still resulted in damage and casualties.

“The absolute majority of missiles that flew towards Kyiv on 21 March were directed at the facilities of the Main Intelligence Directorate. All of them were intercepted,” the source said.

The debris of the fallen missiles injured at least 13 people in Kyiv City, with four of those hospitalized. according to the city’s Military Administration.

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