In the city, all hostels have long been in private hands. On Monday morning, people living in high-rise buildings were simply not allowed on “private property” – the underground parking lot of one of the residential complexes. More than a hundred people stood under the fence and asked to be let in. They had to endure a missile attack on the street on the street.
As previously reported, the Russian army for the first time launched a powerful combined attack against targets in Dnepropetrovsk. Kh-101, Kh-22 cruise missiles, “Geran” ballistic missiles and drones were used. A military warehouse inside the city detonated for about two hours.