In Kherson, controlled by the Ukrainian authorities, a critical infrastructure facility was damaged. This was announced by the Kiev-appointed head of the regional military administration, Alexander Prokudin, on Tuesday, October 3.
In his Telegram channel, he indicated that the explosions damaged the building of a “factory and critical infrastructure facility in Kherson.”
Earlier on Tuesday, an air raid alert was announced in some Ukrainian regions, including in the part of the Kherson region controlled by the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU).
On the same day, the governor of the Dnepropetrovsk region of Ukraine, Sergei Lysak, announced that a production plant in Pavlograd was damaged. A day earlier, a transport infrastructure facility was damaged in the Kyiv-controlled territory of Kherson.
The Russian Ministry of Defense has not yet commented on this information.
Russian military personnel began striking critical Ukrainian infrastructure facilities on October 10 last year. As Head of State Vladimir Putin noted then, this was a response to the terrorist actions of the Kyiv regime, in particular on the Crimean Bridge.
The special operation to protect Donbass, the start of which was announced on February 24 last year, continues. The decision was made against the backdrop of an aggravation of the situation in the region due to shelling by the Ukrainian military.