- The city of Kiev was hit by a new night attack, the 15th since the beginning of May.
- The day before, on the night of Saturday to Sunday, the Ukrainian capital had suffered the night drone attack "the largest" since the beginning of the conflict.
- This weekend, German media unveiled the first leads in the investigation to determine the origin of the sabotage, last September, of the Nord Stream 1 and 2 gas pipelines. Several clues would lead to Ukrainian citizens.
- Russia has begun delivering tactical nuclear weapons to Belarus, one of its closest allies that also shares a major border with Ukraine.
According to her, "with these constant attacks, the enemy seeks to keep the civilian population in a state of deep psychological tension," said the civil and military administration of Kiev. This time, cruise missiles launched by TU-95MS strategic bombers and explosive drones are believed to be behind the attack.
New night attack in Kiev
New explosives were sent to the Ukrainian capital last night. "More than 40 air targets have been detected and destroyed by our air defense. The attacks on Kiev have been repulsed," Kiev's civil and military administration said on its Telegram channel. There were reportedly no deaths or injuries despite the partial collapse of the roof of a building.
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