The heads of the Dnipropetrovsk regional administration Serhiy Lysak and the Dnipropetrovsk regional council Mykola Lukashuk warned of the threat of missile strikes on the night of June 2. They urged Ukrainians not to ignore the air raid alarm.
They wrote about this on their telegram channels.
"In the near future, please do not ignore the air alarms. Do not forget about shelter and the rule of two walls. Take care of yourself and your family!" wrote Serhiy Lysak.
The head of the DOR Mykola Lukashuk said that "the night can be difficult." He urged to adhere to air alarms and to be in safe places.
Monitoring telegram channels write about the take-off of the TU-95MS towards the Caspian Sea. The announcement of an air alarm is possible on June 2 after 1:00.
Recall that on the night of June 1, Russian terrorists once again attacked Kyiv ballistic missiles. According to the General Staff, the occupiers launched 10 Iskander missiles at Kyiv and the region. All of them were shot down by air defense forces. Due to the fall of missile debris, three people died, including a child. They did not open a shelter.
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