“There is nothing left”
Missile attacks destroy Dnipro airport
4/10/2022, 7:27 PM
“Rockets fly and fly”: the Russian army continues its attacks on the eastern regions of Ukraine relentlessly. Ukrainian sources reported that the airport of the city of Dnipro is being demolished to the ground. The number of victims is still unclear.
Russian missile attacks wreaked havoc at the airport in the city of Dnipro, according to Ukrainian sources. The airport no longer exists, and the head of the regional administration, Valentin Resnichenko, wrote on the Telegram news channel: “Nothing is left.” The airport itself and the nearby infrastructure were destroyed, and the missiles were flying and flying.” There is an attempt to determine the number of victims. According to the “Kyiv Independent” newspaper, five people were injured.
“It’s a shame because the airport was completely renovated only last year. All investments and efforts have been completely wiped out,” Ukrainian MP Lesia Vasylenko wrote of the attack on Twitter. Dnipro is an industrial city with a population of about one million people. It is located on the river of the same name (German: Dnieper), which forms an important natural barrier for partly pro-Russian eastern Ukraine.
As early as mid-March, Russian missiles destroyed the airport and buildings at the Dnipro airport. On Sunday, Resnichenko said that a body of infrastructure personnel in the town of Svonezhki was also hit. Earlier, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the headquarters and base of the Ukrainian Dnipro battalion were destroyed in Zvonetsky, Dnepropetrovsk region.
According to the Moscow Ministry of Defense, the Russian army destroyed the launch complexes of the S-300 air defense system at the military airfield in the town of Chuhiv in the Kharkov region over the weekend, as well as several drones, two munitions and. Three fuel depots in eastern Ukraine. A total of 86 bodies were injured within one day.
The Ukrainian Military Administration reported that several civilians were killed and others wounded in shelling in the Donetsk region and Kharkiv region. Russia is responsible for this. Ukrainian forces killed 80 soldiers and destroyed three tanks, an aircraft and a helicopter in attacks on Russian forces.