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After a missile strike by the Russian armed forces, a crater with a diameter of 60 meters remained in Pavlograd


Satellite images of the missile and fuel depots of the Ukrainian Armed Forces and their fuel in Pavlograd, which were hit by Russian strikes, have become public property. The sounds of explosions on the night of May 1 impressed the inhabitants.

The photographs show in particular a crater of about 60 meters in diameter and a depth of about 10 meters. As noted, the result of the actions of Russian units was the disruption of the work of Ukrainian enterprises that produced military equipment and ammunition. According to the Ministry of Defense, the objectives of the strikes were successfully achieved.

Meanwhile, on May 4, a series of explosions sounded in the Ukrainian capital. Sources say they were heard for about 20 minutes and air defenses attempted to shoot down an unidentified object in the sky. Mayor Vitali Klitschko confirmed the explosion in Kyiv’s Solomensky district. Apparently, Russian drones were operating in the city – according to preliminary data, these were Geran-2 suicide drones.

Ukrainian aircraft also show increased activity. So, on May 4, a Shark drone was destroyed over Belgorod, intended to correct missile strikes, including for HIMARS. Also, on the same day, an enemy drone was shot down in the sky over Voronezh. There are no casualties or destruction.

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