Monday began with an air alert. Ballistic and cruise missiles. Kyiv was not among the targets. Kharkiv, Krivyi Rih, Zaporizhia and Dnipro were hit. Photos of the damage will be posted to the internet in the upcoming hours, along with a report from the Air Force about how many missiles were fired and intercepted.
Kharkiv. The enemy attacked industrial facilities in the city. At least four strikes. So far, we know about one woman who was injured, as stated by the mayor of Kharkiv. In addition, a private house in Zmiiv was hit.
Kryvyi Rih. There are reports of a hit to a shopping center. Information about the damage and victims is being clarified. No official reaction yet.
Zaporizhia. A combined attack with cruise and ballistic missiles was carried out. There were five explosions in total. The missiles hit residential areas. Two victims are known - a man and a woman.
Kherson. At night there was an attack on the territory of a plant and an infrastructure facility. This was reported by the head of the region Oleksandr Prokudin.
Khmelnytskyi. There were explosions. There are also reports of power outages in the city. In addition, explosions (possibly as a result of air defense) were recorded in Shepetivka and Starokonstantinov.
⁃ 8 out of 8 "Shahed" drones
⁃ 1 out of 7 S-300/S-400 anti-aircraft guided missiles from Belgorod region
⁃ 2 out of 4 Kinzhal air defense missiles
⁃ 18 of 24 X-101/X-555/X-55 cruise missiles
⁃ 3 of 8 X-22 cruise missiles
- 4 out of 6 Iskander-M ballistic missiles launched from Crimea
⁃ 0 out of 2 X-31P guided missiles
We need more missiles for the Patriots to shoot down ballistic missiles.
On the American jacket, leaders of the House and Senate reached a tentative deal to keep the US government from shutting down.
The agreement includes an increase in Pentagon spending to $886.3 billion and holds nondefense funding essentially flat at $772.7 billion, including $69 billion of added money agreed to through a handshake deal between Mr. McCarthy and the White House. — The New York Times
US lawmakers have yet to agree on a supplemental bill that links tighter border security with funding to Ukraine, Israel and Taiwan. The wording of that compromise could be released later this week.