After Assuming Office for Fifth Term, Putin Deploys Kamikaze Drone Attack

As Russian kamikaze drones and missiles bombarded Ukraine, Vladimir Putin launched his first devastating offensive amidst the afterglow of winning his fifth term as Russia’s president.

At the time of the attack, Ukraine was rejoicing in its triumph over the Nazi dictatorship in World War Two. All around the country, people were paying tribute to a Day of Remembrance.

Russian bombs caused “serious destruction” at three power stations in seven war-torn districts, according to sources.

In various locations around Vinnytsia, Lviv, Kyiv, Zaporizhzhia, Kirovohrad, Poltava, and Ivano-Frankivsk, around 55 missiles and 21 deadly drones were shot. Only one drone struck its objective out of 39 missiles shot down by Ukraine’s air defenses, who were able to repel most of the brutal strikes.

In spite of the valiant Ukrainian defense, fourteen structures in the Kyiv area were either destroyed or severely damaged. According to authorities, at least three individuals have sustained injuries; one of them is an eight-year-old child.

Remarkable footage captures the heroic efforts of firemen and rescue personnel in Kyiv as they lunge into the haze and disintegrating buildings, desperately searching for any survivors.

As they climbed buildings and rooftops, men could be seen hurling charred pieces of furniture out of the way.

Ukrenergo, the national operator of the electrical system, reported outages in several areas. Regional Governor Maksym Kozytskyi said that two other energy plants in the Lviv area were also affected.

Assaults on three of DTEK’s thermal power plants have severely damaged equipment, according to Ukraine’s largest private energy provider. DTEK has reported five assaults on its facilities in the last six weeks.

The intensity of the attacks was so great that NATO had to scramble its jets from Poland in response to the assault.

Warsaw’s military has issued a warning that Polish and allied aircraft are operating in Polish airspace, which may lead to an increase in noise levels, especially in the southeastern part of the country.