Russia says it intercepted two Ukrainian Tochka-U missiles

Russia Ukraine war has continued for day 51 on Friday with both sides showing now signed of de-escalation. Russian forces are said to be re-organising in eastern Ukraine for a decisive conflict while Ukrainian Parliament passed a resolution to declare Moscow’s forces’ actions as ‘genocide’. The West has continued to ramp up sanctions against Moscow, triggering some retaliatory moves.

Russian Defense Ministry has claimed that it intercepted two Ukrainian Tochka-U missile that was targetted at Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. the missiles were shot down mid-air but the shrapnel from one of them fell on Novaya Kakhovka, Kherson region, damaging Kindergarten and residential buildings, said Russian MoD. 

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