Ukraine strikes southern Russia with rocket and drone, officers and media say By Reuters

MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukraine struck two areas in southern Russia with a rocket and a drone, although the missile was shot down by air defences, based on Russian officers and media studies.

Within the southern Russian metropolis of Krasnodar, a blast broken a residential and workplace constructing, officers stated.

They didn’t say what brought on the blast, although Russian media stated it was a drone assault. Unverified movies on social media confirmed a drone flying over town.

“All emergency companies are working on the scene. The reason for the incident is being investigated. Residents are requested to remain calm,” Krasnodar mayor Yevgeny Naumov wrote on Telegram.

Within the neighbouring Rostov area, the native governor stated a Ukrainian missile had been shot down by air defences on Thursday close to Morozovsk, the place there’s a Russian air base.

“Within the space of Morozovsk, an air defence system went off, taking pictures down a Ukrainian missile,” Rostov Governor Vasily Golubev stated. “The army is doing its job. Keep calm.”

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