Ukraine has today suffered another massive drone bombing against the region and the capital of Kiev that has caused at least four injuries and multiple damages, while ensuring that it will continue its counteroffensive in the east and south of the country in autumn, when adverse weather conditions make it difficult the advances of the troops.
This Sunday night, Russia attacked the Kiev region with 33 Iranian Shahed-136/131 suicide drones, although the Ukrainian air defense forces managed to shoot down 26.
The head of the Military Administration of the city of Kiev, Sergei Popko, explained on his Telegram channel that the drones were launched against the capital in groups and from different directions.
The downing of almost thirty of the unmanned aerial vehicles caused fragments to fall in several neighborhoods of Kiev, where an apartment in a building, cars, trolleybus power lines and roadways were damaged.
The mayor of kyiv, Vitali Klichkó, has reported that one person is injured. The head of the Military Administration of the Kiev Region, Ruslan Kravchenko, in turn, has reported four injuries in the province, in addition to damage to more than 100 homes, seven buildings, a school and a kindergarten, as well as a hospital and various businesses.
Despite the constant Russian bombardments against Ukraine, the authorities are determined to continue the fight to recover the occupied territories in the east and south of the country after three months of slow counteroffensive, even when autumn promises low temperatures, fog and rain.
"Hostilities will continue in one form or another. It is more difficult to fight in the cold, wet and mud. Hostilities will continue. The counteroffensive will continue," said the head of the Ukrainian Military Intelligence (GUR), Kirilo Budanov, in the Yalta European Strategy conference, according to the newspaper Ukrainska Pravda.
The US Chief of Staff, Mark Milley, told the British television channel BBC today that Ukraine still has a month or a month and a half to fight before the autumn weather begins to make its counteroffensive difficult.
"There is still a reasonable amount of time left, probably between 30 and 45 days of combat climate, so the Ukrainians are not finished yet," he says, adding that "there are battles that are not over" depending on the objectives that have been set. fixed Kiev, which has been on the counteroffensive for three months.