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Morning Report: 17 Enemy Attack Drones Shot Down and Ongoing Terrorist Attacks in Kharkov Region

The morning report of the General Staff contains information about 17 enemy attack drones shot down at night, as well as ongoing terrorist attacks on the Kharkov region.

“Tonight, the invaders attacked Ukraine with 24 kamikaze drones of the Shahed-136/131 type, of which 17 were destroyed by Ukrainian air defense systems. Information about the consequences of this terrorist attack is being clarified,” reported at the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

During the night, air defense operations were reported in the central and northern regions of Ukraine. In the Kharkov region, an air raid alert was declared almost the entire night – from 00:02 to 04:33. There is no information about “arrivals” at the moment. For 24 hours, the enemy attacked the region with artillery, mortars and rockets.

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“Ivanovka and Kupyansk, Kharkov region, received air strikes. About 100 settlements in the Kharkov, Lugansk, Donetsk, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions came under artillery fire,” the General Staff reported.

In general, during the day, the enemy launched nine missile and 29 air strikes on the territory of Ukraine, and carried out 60 attacks from MLRS.

There were 24 military clashes at the front.

“Over the past 24 hours, Defense Forces aviation carried out one strike on a command post, 16 strikes on areas where personnel, weapons and military equipment are concentrated, and three strikes on enemy anti-aircraft missile systems. Units of the missile forces hit three control points, an anti-aircraft missile system, nine artillery weapons, one ammunition depot and an enemy electronic warfare station,” the General Staff listed.

2023-09-20 04:19:00

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