Large Russian Missile Strikes in Ukraine Last Night

Large Russian Missile Strikes in Ukraine Last Night

A massive missile attack by the Russian Armed Forces on the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) took place overnight May 12-13, 2023.

Russian Armed Forces (RuAF) launched a massive missile attack on enemy targets throughout Ukraine. Basically, "Geran" Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV) [Drones] were used.

The first explosions were heard in Kramatorsk and Slavyansk a little after midnight. In Zaporozhye and Nikolaev, explosions thundered in the first few hours of the night.

Afterwards,  there were several explosions in the Solomensky district of Kyiv.

Whether this was the result of an air defense operation or whether individual targets were actually hit is currently unknown. Local sources circulated footage of burning equipment, which was recorded in an "ambulance."

The largest explosions fell on Khmelnitsky.

The Khmelnytsky Instrument-Making Plant "Neva" was struck. The company produced radio engineering systems, equipment for airfields and aircraft.

Judging by the prolonged secondary detonation from the field, there was an ammunition depot at the plant - the UAV warehouse could well have been hit, too.

The authors of the War History of Weapons channel, citing their sources, write ( that the Kation plant in the industrial zone in the south-west of Khmelnitsky was also hit, but we did not find footage confirming the strike on the Web.

In addition, there were reports of explosions in Lvov, but, alas, there is no confirmation.


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