The air-raid alert was announced in Dnipropetrovsk and several other Ukrainian oblasts at 12:25 p.m. EET in response to the threat of enemy missile launches from the Sea of Azov. The alert was followed by the sound of an explosion, according to the country’s public broadcaster Suspilne.
The downed missile was initially headed towards Kirovohrad Oblast, but later changed its course to Dnipro before being shot down.
Overnight, four out of eight Russian Shahed kamikaze drones were shot down by Ukrainian air defense forces. The enemy also fired two Iskander and three S-300 anti-aircraft guided missiles at Ukraine.
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