Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Lviv governor says attacks again hit military base on Poland’s border

Russia has again hit a major military facility in the Lviv region, near the border with Poland, Lviv’s regional governor has said.

“A military infrastructure facility in the Yavoriv district, almost on the border with Poland, was shelled again,” Maksym Kozytskyy wrote on his social media channels adding that more information would follow in the morning.

Kozytskyy’s posts came after reports of powerful blasts in the city of Lviv.

In mid-March, Russia drew warnings from NATO after it struck the Yavoriv district military base close to the alliance’s border, killing at least 35 people and injuring 134 more.

1 comment :

  1. Air defences likely prevented missiles from hitting the city of Lviv on Tuesday morning, according to two officials.

    Makysym Kozytskyy, the region’s governor, posted a message on the Telegram channel saying: “according to preliminary information, air defences worked”.

    Andriy Sadovyi, the mayor of Lviv, said on Facebook that there was no confirmed information about the missiles hitting the city. “Let’s thank those who protect our sky for this!,” Sadovyi said.

    An Associated Press team in the city witnessed the glare of bright explosions which lit up the night sky to the west of the city shortly after midnight local time. AP said that witnesses counted at least eight explosions accompanied by distant booms. An earlier report by the Reuters news agency said witnesses counted approximately 10 blasts.


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