The occupiers fired on the railway infrastructure.
Russian missiles hit infrastructure facilities in the north of the Ukrainian capital.
On Sunday morning, June 5, five X-22 cruise missiles were fired in Kyiv, one was destroyed by air defense units, and the rest hit infrastructure facilities. This was reported in the General Staff of the Armed Forces.
“Today, June 5, at about 6 am, the Armed Forces of the russian federation launched 5 X-22 cruise missiles from the Caspian Sea in the direction of Kiev. One missile was destroyed by the Air Defense Unit of the Air Force of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The rest were included in infrastructure facilities in the north of the capital of Ukraine,” – the statement reads.
It is noted that the fires caused by the impact were localized. There is no danger.
In turn, the head of Ukrzaliznytsia Oleksandr Kamyshyn said that this morning russian troops fired on the railway infrastructure again. 4 rockets hit the Darnytsia Car Repair Plant, located on the left bank of Kyiv.
According to him, one of the railway workers was injured and received medical treatment. And promptly began to eliminate the consequences of the blow.
“But the russian defense ministry did not remain silent. They once again lied that the target was “T-72 tanks and other armored vehicles delivered by Eastern European countries, housed in the buildings of the car repair company,” – the head of Ukrzaliznytsia wrote.
X-22 “Storm” (product D-2, according to NATO classification – AS-4 Kitchen – “Kitchen”) – Soviet supersonic cruise anti-ship missile air-based long-range. It is part of the K-22 aviation missile system. The approximate cost of the X-22 missile is about 300-500 thousand dollars.
According to media reports, on June 5, at about 6 am in Kyiv, the enemy launched rocket attacks on Darnytskyi and Dniprovskyi districts of the Ukrainian capital. One person was hospitalized.
It was also reported that the Air Defense Forces of Ukraine shot down a russian missile over the Obukhiv district of Kyiv region.
According to https://zaxid.net