Kamikaze drones hit Russian tent city near a nuclear power plant

KYIV ($1=36.78 Ukrainian Hryvnias) — The Ukrainian army has announced that it has deployed combat drones at the Enerhodar nuclear power plant, which is occupied by the Russian army. “An attack against a tent city and enemy equipment was carried out with kamikaze drones,” reported military intelligence in Kyiv. The nuclear power plant in the Zaporizhzhia region is the largest in Europe.

The Grad anti-aircraft defenses and the rocket salvo fire system were said to have been destroyed. According to the intelligence service, three Russians were killed and twelve wounded. A video circulated shows tents and people running from an explosion.

The Russian occupation administration for the Zaporizhzhia region reported the attack earlier. Accordingly, eleven employees of the power plant are said to have been injured, four of them seriously. The information provided by either party cannot be independently verified.

6 comments

  1. “A video circulated shows tents and people running from an explosion.”

    Not people, but like cockroaches when the light is turned on.

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    • Re your comment about Israel attacking Iranian drones in Syria, Stand With Ukraine reports :

      “❗️The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) writes that Israel launched an airstrike on targets near Damascus, in the As-Sayyid-Zaynab area, and destroyed a factory where unmanned aerial vehicles were assembled using Iranian technology.

      The warehouse with finished products was also destroyed. It was from this plant that the Russian Federation planned to receive Iranian drones.”

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