Russia attacked Kyiv on the night of June 1 with 10 missiles from the Iskander tactical missile system. The occupiers launched ballistic and cruise missiles. This information is reported by the Ukrainian Air Force in their Telegram channel.
At around 2:45 a.m., the occupiers attacked the capital of Ukraine from the north, specifically from the Bryansk oblast. In total, the russians launched 10 ground-based missiles from the Iskander system.
The air defense forces successfully intercepted all enemy targets, specifically 7 ballistic Iskander-M missiles and 3 cruise missiles, Iskander-K.
Rocket debris fell in three districts of Kyiv. In particular, in the Desnianskyi district, three people were killed as a result of falling debris: preliminarily, two adults and one child. Witnesses reported that the victims were trying to reach a bomb shelter that was closed.
There are also damages and injuries due to falling debris in the Dniprovskyi district.