Russian military damages Danube port infrastructure in overnight attack

Russian forces attacked Ukraine with drones and missiles
Russian forces attacked Ukraine with drones and missiles

The Russian military damaged port infrastructure in Odesa Oblast during an overnight attack, the Southern Defense Forces reported on March 24.

The aggressor launched two waves of attacks on southeastern regions, with air defense forces operating throughout the night.

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The Southern Defense Forces successfully intercepted 22 drones: 15 in Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, three in Odesa and Mykolaiv oblasts, and one in Kherson Oblast.

Infrastructure near the port was struck in the Danube area.

In Kryvyi Rih, heating networks and a power line suffered damage from falling debris. Additionally, the wreckage of a downed drone caused damage to a power facility in the Nikopol district.

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Russia initiated a significant assault on Ukraine for the third consecutive night, launching 29 cruise missiles and 28 Shahed suicide drones overnight on March 23-24. Specifically, 19 missiles and 7 Shaheds targeted Lviv Oblast, resulting in infrastructure damage. Air defense forces neutralized 43 targets across Ukraine.

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